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Ladies and gents— for today’s piece of mindless enjoyment, we present to you Queen’s “,” as covered by the Muppets.

Just sit back and enjoy because, as you know, “nothing really matters but…moi.”

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Gallery: Cover of the Day: Muppets Take on Bohemian Rhapsody


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It should go without saying that any music video involving Lady Gaga will probably be…unusual. But who expected this from ?

The minute you see the Reservoir Dogs-style open, you know “Video Phone” will be a wild ride. (It is directed by Hype Williams after all.) Men with cameras as heads? Sasha Fierce armed with futuristic outfits, a Bettie page haircut…and guns? Gaga looking…normal?

I can only imagine what other projects these two ladies have collaborated on. Well, actually - I probably can’t.

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Gallery: First Look: Beyonce and Lady Gaga Star in Video Phone



I wasn’t sure I’d ever see a weirder music video than ‘s Paparazzi, but never one to rest on her laurels, the artist has topped herself with the video for her new track Bad Romance. The imagery alone is WTF-worthy, but when it’s all said and done, you’ll be a better person for having experienced it.

We’ll be taking a look at all the gadgetry hidden in Bad Romance, including an oddly placed Nunchuk, over on Gear Live.

EDIT: Okay, be sure to check out the 10 gadget sightings in Bad Romance over on Gear Live!

Gallery: Check out the Lady Gaga Bad Romance music video



A Pussycat Dolls-esque dance line? Plunging necklines and thongs? A song about threesomes? What more could anyone want from ?

Considering the subject matter, this video for “3” is actually surprisingly tame. Given her performance in “Womanizer,” I’m shocked she kept her clothes on this time around.

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Gallery: Spears is Game for 3 in New Music Video



may have lost out to Kris Allen, but he’ll somehow find the way to survive 2012.

In “Time for Miracles,” a song from the upcoming disaster movie, the American Idol finalist reminds us that there’s never a wrong time to sing a power ballad. In fact, you should let one out before the rest of the world comes crashing down on you.

The film’s soundtrack is just one of two CDs Adam’s name will be attached to next month. For Your Entertainment, a solo album that will include a track written by , will debut on November 23.

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Gallery: Adam Lambert Faces 2012 in New Music Video


John Mayer's Battle Studies cover

Note to Jennifer Anistion: If you really plan on reuniting with John Mayer, don’t ever tell him he can’t get stoned.

In “Who Says,” the first track from his upcoming album, the 32-year-old sings about his right to partake in a little drug and booty call action. “Who says I can’t get stoned?/ Call up a girl that I used to know/ Fake love for an hour or so/ Who says I can’t get stoned?” Well - it was just your birthday, John, so I guess you should be able to do what you want.

Battle Studies, Mayer’s fourth solo album, will come out on November 17.

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Gallery: John Mayer Album Cover and Video Revealed



Even if you’re not a follower of the WWE, chances are you’re familiar with Captain Lou Albano. The 76-year-old with the unforgettable rubber-banded beard passed away at his home Wednesday morning.

The former wrestler and 1996 WWE Hall of Famer was a fixture in a number of classic Cyndi Lauper music videos. In addition to “The Goonies ‘R’ Good Enough” (shown above), Lou was also featured in “Time After Time,” “She Bop” and “Girls Just Want to Have Fun.”

Although he has been receiving hospice care, no cause of death has yet been released for Albano.

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Gallery: Cyndi Lauper’s Captain Lou Albano Dead at 76



The only person who can clearly remember what it was like to be 15, is someone who’s only 19.

In “Fifteen,” the fourth song from ‘s album Fearless, the country star sings about her friend Abigail (who appears in this video) and a painful breakup she experienced a few years ago.

“‘Cause when you’re fifteen and somebody tells you they love you/ You’re gonna believe them/ When you’re fifteen and your first kiss/ Makes your head spin ‘round/ But in your life you’ll do things greater than/ Dating the boy on the football team/ But I didn’t know it at fifteen.”

Honey—just wait until you’re eighteen and a Jonas Brother dumps you for Camilla Belle. Fifteen will seem like nothing.

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Gallery: VIDEO: Taylor Swift Looks Back at Being Fifteen



Although we’re still six weeks away from the debut of (I swear Summit Entertainment has been promoting that movie for a decade), we’re now less than two weeks from the soundtrack’s release.

The CD, which drops on October 20, is comprised of 15 songs from a variety of alternative artists including Muse, Sea Wolf and OK Go. ‘s “Meet Me on the Equinox” (featured above) is the soundtrack’s first single.

You can get a complete track listing after the jump.

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Gallery: Death Cab for Cutie’s New Moon Video



This new video has Miley Cyrus kissing Liam Hemsworth once again—but this time, it’s for professional reasons.

“When I Look At You,” which can be found on The Time of Our Lives CD, is a song from her upcoming movie. , co-starring Cyrus and Hemsworth, hits theaters on January 8.

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Gallery: Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth in When I Look At You video


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