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John Mayer debuted his new song, "Paper Doll," with a very interesting lyric video that features a special guest.
Joanna Rohrback, the woman from the viral Prancercise video, stars in Mayer's lyric video and does a custom Prancercise work out to the new single as the lyrics scroll across the bottom. The lyric video can be seen below.
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Chris Brown's new video for his single "Don't Think They Know" features the voice (and a projection) of the late singer Aaliyah.
The mostly black and white video opens with a quote that says, "Every two hours in America today a child dies of a gunshot wound." It is followed by, "Unity is what we are afraid of so fear is insanity, lets love each other." The quote is credited to "Not CB, just Christopher."
Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane has been released from a hospital after undergoing brain surgery, while the group has canceled the remaining dates on its U.S. summer tour, which included a headlining spot at the 2013 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival this weekend.
Earlier this week, the Grammy-winning British folk band said Dwane would have surgery to remove a blood clot on the surface of his brain and that it would push back three other concert dates, adding that there were "no plans to cancel or postpone" additional appearances. In a Facebook post published on Thursday, Mumford & Sons announced that the decision to do so was based on medical advice.
Kanye West says he does not have "one regret" about what has become his infamous interruption of pop and country star Taylor Swift's acceptance speech at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards and adds that he had apologized for it after giving in to peer pressure.The 36-year-old rapper made his comments to the New York Times, adding that he does not have "one regret" about the incident, which marked one of the most controversial moments in pop culture over the past few years. Check out a timeline of the events below.
There aren't many things that Paul McCartney hasn't done in his lengthy career -- but this weekend, he checked something else off of his "first time" list.
The 70-year-old former Beatle performed at the Barclays center in Brooklyn, New York on Saturday, June 8 -- for the first time. The famed musician rocked the house for around 16,000 fans at the venue.
The winners from the 2013 CMT Music Awards were announced on Wednesday, June 5 -- and singers Carrie Underwood and Miranda Lambert came out on top.
The fan-voted awards show, which honors country music videos and television performances, saw Underwood take home the night's top honor: Video of the Year. The performer beat out competition including Tim McGraw, Lambert, Jason Aldean and Taylor Swift.
Selena Gomez had a big reveal on Monday, June 3, during her live chat with fans. The singer and actress revealed her album cover, name and the album release date.
The singer solicited questions from her fans on Twitter using the #askselena hashtag and then answered the questions during a YouTube live chat. Video from the live chat can be viewed below.