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The cast of USA's Psych has an important message for fans: Don't you forget about me.
Appearing at Comic-Con International to talk about the show's upcoming sixth season, the cast and crew of Psych unveiled their latest music video — for the 1985 Simple Minds hit made famous by...
Below is the official video for "I Can Do It Alone" by Hayden Panettiere. The song comes from the soundtrack of Hoodwinked Too! Hood Versus Evil, in which Panettiere takes over voicing Little Red Ridinghood (Anne Hathaway portrayed the character in the first installment). The clip mixes live-action footage of Panettiere looking achingly serious in a studio and in front of a green screen, with animated scenes from the film. This is definitely a CGI-character empowerment anthem if ever there were.
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No, Britney Spears wasn't kidding around about dancing "till the world ends."
The pop star debuted her new music video for the single "Till the World Ends," from her No. 1 album Femme Fatale, today on MTV's The Seven. The events in the video take place on December 21, 2012, a date when several cultures believe the world will end. But rather than worry about the...
Jennifer Lopez's new song, "Invading My Mind," has invaded the Internet.
The American Idol judge's new track has leaked online The song, from her upcoming Island Def Jam album "Love?," follows "On the Floor," which features Pitbull. "Invading My Mind" is all about Lopez, though, and is a high energy, super-dance-y track.
The problem is NOT that it's too hot, Country Music Television says.
At a recent concert, Dancing with the Stars pro-turned-country singer Julianne Hough told the crowd that the video for her new single, "Is That So Wrong," was "kind of banned" by ...
It's hard to believe it's been 30 years to the day since John Lennon died.
To mark the anniversary, Rolling Stone released its full-length interview with Lennon conducted three days before his death. Excerpts from the nine-hour interview with writer Jonathan Cott previously ran in a tribute issue, but the tapes sat in Cott's closet for nearly 30 years.
"Earlier this year I was cleaning up to find some files in the recesses of my closet when I came across two cassette tapes marked 'John Lennon, December 5th, 1980,'" Cott says. "It had been 30 years since I listened to them, and when I put them on ...
Nothing says baseball like Bieber Fever.
Looks like the powers that be at Major League Baseball (or the kids of the powers that be) have cut a deal to debut Justin Bieber's new music video during Game 3 of the World Series...
Snoop Dogg "Oh Sookie"
Snoop Dogg has spoken about his love for HBO's hit vampire series True Blood in the past, but now the rapper has made a True Blood music video for a song he wrote titled "Oh Sookie." And it's hilarious.
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The video starts out with the show's theme song playing as an old school Caddy pulls up with California plates that read "Tru Pimp." As the music video begins — which features actual footage from the show, as well as Sookie-lookalike back-up dancers in blonde wigs — Snoop raps his smooth playa lines as he tries to sweep Sookie off her feet. And the refrain that goes a little something like this ...
In Friday's episode of Big Time Rush (8/7c on Nickelodeon), the guys bump into American Idol winner Jordin Sparks when she's recording a new song with the band's label. Not only did the show's stars, James Maslow, Kendall Schmidt, Carlos Pena and Logan Henderson, get to act alongside the singer, but the foursome filmed a new music video with her as well. Shooting with Sparks "was a lot of fun," Pena tells TVGuide.com. "She's very talented, and it's a very funny episode."
Watch the video for the brand new song "Count on You," which will be featured in Friday's episode, titled "Big Time Sparks."