Saturday Night Live is ending 2014 with a bang by bringing on a roster of major stars for its final three shows of the year.
A group of artists including Rita Ora, One Direction and Ed Sheeran have re-recorded "Do They Know It's Christmas?" to raise money for Ebola.
The original song, which was recorded by the charity super group "Band Aid" in 1984, was written by Bob Geldoff and Midge Ure to raise money for anti-poverty efforts in Ethiopia. The single, which sold over two million copies and raised more than $24 million, featured U2, Phil Collins, Sting, David Bowie and more. (Watch the original video here.) The song has since been redone in 1989, under Band Aid II, and in 2004 under "Band Aid 20." Neither reincarnation matched the original in both sound and success.
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One Direction and 5 Seconds of Summer were the big winners at the MTV Europe Music Awards, with each group winning tying three awards each.
At Sunday's live show, hosted by Nicki Minaj, One Direction took home the statue for Best Live, Best Pop and Biggest Fans while 5SoS won Artist on the Rise, Best New and Best PUSH, which celebrates "the world's most explosive new acts."
If you hopped on Twitter Friday and noticed that the hashtag #TheDailyShowGoneTooFar was trending, you might have assumed it was in reference to the show's recent segment that pitted Washington Redskins fans against Native American activists. But you'd be wrong.