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."
What happens when you combine Eminem with ShamWow?
The rapper has recruited infomercial master Vince Shlomi, best known for his ShamWow and Slap Chop commercials, to promote his new album Recovery.
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Shlomi pitches the album to viewers by demonstrating the various uses for the disc, including smashing tomatoes ...
Following Lady Gaga's super-sized "Telephone" video in March, the enigmatic pop star has debuted an eight-minute clip for "Alejandro" that pairs provocative military and religious imagery.
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Male dancers in various states of dress (sometimes full uniform, sometimes just fishnets and skivvies) accompany the diva, who simulates sex with them in a snowy underworld that's part Evita, part Dr. Zhivago. The dreary video is an odd visual match for the song itself, which uncannily recalls the peppy, tropical vibe of Madonna's "La Isla Bonita."
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The tune is not the only "homage" to the Material Girl. In one dance sequence, Gaga wears a black pantsuit that recalls Madonna's "Express Yourself" get-up. Gaga puts a finer point on Madonna's cone bra by attaching guns to her black leather version. Throw in a few close-ups of rosary beads and Gaga in a red-and white nun's habit, which, well, come on, we've see all that somewhere before.
Watch the video and weigh in on Gaga's mini-movie after the jump.
Parents and conservationists, unite! Miley Cyrus' new video features her dancing in a cage while dressed as a rare bird.
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The 17-year-old, who previously set off alarms by dancing alongside a pole at the Teen Choice Awards, debuts smoky eyes and a skimpy outfit that includes a $25,000 corset. (Price courtesy of Us Weekly.)
The super-symbolic video for "Can't Be Tamed" features Cyrus as a rare species who breaks free from her cage.
Watch the video after the jump.
Guess what, guys? Christina Aguilera is not over her whole "Dirrty" phase, if the new video for "Not Myself Tonight" is any indication
In the S&M inspired clip, Aguilera wears several dominatrix-style outfits as she dances, crawls, writhes and makes obscene gestures. There's also a smattering of obligatory girl-on-girl action with Step Up's Jenna Dewan.
The video, which debuted on Vevo at midnight Thursday, is already being called a Lady Gaga and/or Madonna rip-off — which in many ways it is.
Watch the video after the jump. (WARNING: The following contains some seriously kinky stuff)
There's a reason the critics are raving about Glee, and it's not its hard-hitting approach to tackling teen issues. It's the musical performances! The Gleeks' interpretations of a wide range of ballads, raps, rock anthems and show tunes are what make this campy new series just plain fun. The show's first soundtrack album, Glee: The Music, Volume 1, hits stores today. To celebrate — and to sustain yourself through the hiatus — check out a list of our favorite musical numbers (and a few of our least favorites) and weigh in with your list.
Glee song goes gold
Song: "Don't Stop Believin'"
Original Artist: Journey
Why We Loved It: It's the song that started the Gleek phenomenon, and what a way to kick it off. The talented kiddies of McKinley High take the '80s power ballad and use it as their mantra to get New Directions off the ground. Their peppy cover reached the No. 1 spot on iTunes.
Watch the video after the jump.