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Without a doubt, Taylor Swift dominated the past year. It’s no surprise that MTV bestowed the 25-year-old singer with a showering of VMA nominations. Swift leads the pack with a whopping nine nominations. For me, it’s shocking that her “Bad Blood” visual scored more nods than her much superior “Blank Space” video, including Video of the Year. Love “Blank Space.”

Taylor faces off against Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars (“Uptown Funk”), Kendrick Lamar (“Alright”), Ed Sheeran (“Thinking Out Loud”) and Beyonce (“7/11″) for the big prize. Speaking of Sheeran and Queen Bey, they also snatched a sizeable amount of nominations- six and five respectively.

The 2015 MTV VMA nomination unveiling comes on the heels that Miley Cyrus is hosting this year’s festivities. Be sure to watch the show on August 20 on MTV. Like always, I’m sure the irreverent awards show will provide some watercooler chatter material, especially with Cyrus hosting. Check out the full nominations list below.

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Taylor Swift Duets With Nick Jonas & The Weeknd

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Throughout her 1989 World Tour, many of her famous female friends have joined Taylor Swift on stage. This past weekend during her Rutherford, New Jersey stop, the 25-year-old surprised everyone by bringing a couple of guys for a change.

During the first night, The Weekend popped up to perform his hit single “Can’t Feel My Face,” while Nick Jonas showed up the next night to sing “Jealous.” Dude is really getting some mileage out of that track. Both times, Taylor duetted with the gents, even going solo on a couple verses.

Taylor should consider heading into the recording studio with either, if not both of these guys. She has great chemistry with both. Watch both clips below and Taylor towering over Nick. I always forget how short he is.

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Rihanna Kidnaps Taylor Swift In BBHMM Cartoon Spoof

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What could Taylor Swift possibly owe money Rihanna for? For some post-Grammys Starbucks and Chipotle treats of course. The takeaway here. Always pay back Rihanna in a timely fashion ;)

Inspired by RiRi’s “Bitch Better Have My Money” music video, PopToonsTv and Chibi Toons team up for one highly-entertaining cartoon spoof. Their comedic take on the bloody violent clip finds the Barbadian singer kidnapping and torturing “Blank Space” singer with the assistance of her Navy. Watch animated Ri below, getting all gangsta on T-Swizzle.

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Jeffery Self has wasted no time in making an amazing gay parody video of Taylor Swift’s elaborate “Bad Blood” music video.

In this hilariously sexy video titled “Sad Studs” (which acts as a PSA against the FDA’s regulations for gays wishing to donate blood), Self encounters several hot guys who wish to have sex with him. Unfortunately for Self, since he decided he wanted to donate blood, he has to remain abstinent for a year to follow the FDA’s rules. Characters he encounters include: This Bitch, Jake Wilson, Dr. Policy, Threesome, Balls, 3-Legs, Destroya XXX, Cum Gutters, Uncut, Pup, The Haitian Curse, Handjob, Beyonce, Kelly, Michelle, Dom Top, Puff Daddy, The Queen.

Check out the video below!

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Nicki Minaj and her ample booty have been kicked to the curb. Up until this week, the 32-year-old rapper held the Vevo record for most views in a 24-hour period. A distinction she’s held since August 2014.

Minaj’s rump-rocking “Anaconda” video generated 19.6 million views immediately after its debut but has now been dethroned. Taylor Swift’s star-studded “Bad Blood” clip received 20.1 million views in just 24 hours. Prior to Minaj, Miley Cyrus and her “Wrecking Ball” visual held the record with 19.3 million.

Congrats to Taylor for yet another accolade. I have to say, I’ve watched “Bad Blood” at least 20 times since it’s premiere this week. It’s not as great as “Blank Space,” but for some reason, I can’t get enough of it. Check it out below if you haven’t seen it yet.

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After a seemingly endless parade of Sin City-esque promo posters, Taylor Swift finally debuted her star-studded “Bad Blood” music video. Practically everyone in Hollywood was in it, except the person who reportedly inspired the track- Swift’s frenemy Katy Perry. Was it worth the hype? Yes and no.

Once again, director Joseph Kahn (“Blank Space”) delivers a highly-slicked produced visual. However, given the roster of famous faces involved, I expected a short film with more of a narrative. Instead, it seemed like a treatment for the all-female action flick, The Expendabelles. Speaking of which, if producers find themselves stuck with casting, half of these ladies would be perfect for the Expendables spin-off.

The clip begins with Swift and Selena Gomez teaming up for a heist, before Gomez backstabs her. Taylor then goes through some sort of high-tech boot camp to hone her skills. In the end, Swift along with her female brigade face-off against Gomez in another battle royale.

Joining Swift in the clip are models Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Karlie Kloss, Lily Aldridge, Martha Hunt, actresses Hailee Steinfeld, Jessica Alba and Serayah along with fellow musicians Ellie Goulding, Zendaya, and the aforementioned Gomez.

My favorite parts though featured the veterans including Cindy Crawford, Mariska Hargitay and Ellen Pompeo. The latter two might seem out of place, but Taylor has two cats named after their TV alter egos- Olivia Benson and Meredith Grey.

Check out Swift’s “Toxic”-ish (Britney Spears) video below and weigh in afterward.

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These days, Taylor Swift makes headlines more for the group of girls she hangs out with, instead of her love life. Naturally, like many times previously, she’s using her personal life as inspiration for her new music video.

The visual for “Bad Blood” won’t debut until the 2015 Billboard Music Awards on May 17, but anticipation is already quite feverish. The clip will showcase a star-studded group of ladies including Zendaya, Cara Delevingne, Selena Gomez, Hayley Williams, Lily Aldridge and many more.

“The never-before-seen video includes multiple starring roles played by a cast of Golden Globe winners, Emmy winners, Grammy winners, an Oscar nominee, blockbuster movie stars, as well as both new and iconic supermodels.” – Press Release

With Taylor reuniting with her “Blank Space” director, Joseph Khan, for this new clip, you just know it’s going to be epic. Check out some of the Sin City-like posters below introducing the characters Swift and company will play. Tay’s alter ego is ‘Catastrophe.’

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The second annual iHeartRadio Music Awards took place over the weekend at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The event honors the best artists and biggest songs from the past year in several categories.

Taking home the big prize was Taylor Swift. She beat out the likes of Luke Bryan, Iggy Azalea, Ariana Grande and Sam Smith for “Artist of the Year.” The 25-year-old entertainer also snagged “Song of the Year” and “Best Lyrics” for “Shake It Off” and “Blank Space” respectively.

In addition to the expected categories, there were a few interesting out-of-the-box ones as well including “Best Fan Army” and “Renegade” awards. Justin Timberlake was bestowed the iHeartRadio “Innovator Award,” following in Pharrell’s footsteps who was last year’s inaugural winner.

Among those to hit the stage were Kelly Clarkson, Nick Jonas, Jason Derulo, Meghan Trainor, Rihanna and Sam Smith to name a few. Taylor Swift surprised the audience when she joined Madonna for “Ghosttown.” Check out the performances below.

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