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Our top moments of the week:
11. Creepiest Closing Shot: On The Killing's season premiere, Detective Linden is lured out of hibernation when Holder, her former partner, brings her a case that bears striking similarities to a murder that sent her down the rabbit hole three years prior. Linden convicted Ray Seward (a super-creepy Peter Sarsgaard) for the crime, but was she wrong? Her doubt kicks into overdrive when the evidence leads her to a swamp ...
This week, Game of Thrones shocked and shattered viewers with its long-anticipated Red Wedding episode, "The Rains of Castemere." Bravo launched "Battle of the Sous Chefs," its online counterpart to the upcoming fifth season of Top Chef Masters. In music news, a father and his 2-year-old son recorded an adorable cover of the Beatles' "Don't Let Me Down," and new Bachelorette Desiree rapped with Soulja Boy. Jimmy Kimmel Live correspondents asked viewers where they were when Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby was born (even though the birth hasn't happened yet). Over in a France, a musician recorded a symphony of sorts by banging instruments on the Eiffel Tower. Check out those clips and more in our weekly roundup of the best online videos:
We never thought we'd discuss The Bachelorette and Soulja Boy in the same sentence. Nevertheless, worlds collided when the rapper helped Desiree and some of her men make a rap video mocking the notorious claim that some contestants aren't on the show for "the right reasons." In our weekly chat with host Chris Harrison, he shares the behind-the-scenes scoop on making the music video and explains why frontrunner Ben is causing a stir in the house. Plus: Is the preview for next week's girlfriend scandal a red herring?
Vanilla Ice: Rapper, reality show star and ... YouTube star? Maybe someday soon!
The singer, born Rob Van Winkle, performed with some of YouTube's biggest musical stars at the Hollywood Palladium Sunday night for the 3rd Annual Streamy Awards, which celebrates the best of online programming. The collaboration was an anxious affair though because he had only met crooner Chester See, musician Mike Tompkins and Epic Rap Battles of History's Nice Peter the night before. "We had no game plan but put everything together last night. It was so sloppy, I can't even tell you," Van Winkle told TVGuide.com....
Cher blew away a national television audience this weekend -- but it wasn't the Cher you're thinking of.
On Britain's X-Factor, sixteen-year-old Cher Lloyd wowed judges with her rendition of Keri Hilson's version of "Turn My Swag On" by Soulja Boy. Judge Louis Walsh told her she was "born to be a pop star," and Simon Cowell agreed, "That was a great, great audition."