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Whitney Houston’s GMA performance may have had its flaws (it’s all your fault, Oprah!), but she’s looking flawless here.

In this new video for “I Look to You,” the diva comes very close - very close - to making us all forget her years on Being Bobby Brown. (Though I’m secretly hoping she won’t.)

This clip arrives just after Houston’s CD of the same name hit #1 on the album charts. The last time the artist achieved that (outside of The Bodyguard soundtrack) was in 1987 with Whitney.

Read More | Variety

Gallery: Whitney Houston unveils I Look to You video


The sibling exploitation has begun.

A song that was originally released by over a month ago, now has a video to go with it. Although a release date for her upcoming album is unknown, the label decided to offer “Home” shortly after Michael Jackson’s death. Fortunately, the move was (mostly) made for a good cause.

Click to continue reading La Toya Jackson’s Musical Tribute to Michael

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Gallery: La Toya Jackson’s Musical Tribute to Michael

Madonna Celebration album

The suggestions have been submitted and the votes have been counted. Now it’s time to reveal the tracks chosen for ‘s next Best Of compilation.

Back in spring, manager Guy Oseary asked fans via Twitter which songs they would like to see in the collection. In total, 36 singles were selected for the two-disc set. (The CDs can be purchased individually as well.) One track, “Revolution,” was recently recorded with .

Two DVDs filled with the singer’s iconic videos will also be released on September 29. Included with the 47 clips are videos for “Celebration,” “Into the Groove” and “Give It 2 Me.”

The full lists can be found after the jump.

Click to continue reading Track List for Madonna’s Celebration

Read More | Rolling Stone

Gallery: Track List for Madonna’s Celebration

So what does it take to properly “Run This Town”? Judging by , Rihanna and Kanye West’s appearances, the key is fashionable eyewear. (Sexy stockings also apparently help.)

In this video for Jay-Z’s new single, the trio rallies a group of torch-bearing, bandana-wearing followers to do…something. Maybe they’ll be in the crowd when the song is performed on Jay Leno’s new show?

Read More | Just Jared

Gallery: Jay-Z, Rihanna and Kanye in Run This Town video

Which had a bigger visual impact this year? ‘s “Single Ladies” dance or Lady Gaga’s eccentric outfits?

On September 13, both ladies will have the opportunity to take home 9 Moonmen from this fall’s Video Music Awards. That’s the most nominations for any artist his year. (There are only two categories - Best New Artist and Best Choreography - in which the two don’t compete against each other.)

Click to continue reading Beyonce, Lady Gaga Lead 2009 VMA Nominations

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Gallery: Beyonce, Lady Gaga Lead 2009 VMA Nominations

Mel Gibson recently said that he found himself attracted to Oksana Grigorieva’s talent before he actually met the singer. Now the actor/director is dating the Russian musician, the mother of soon-to-be eighth child.

On her new album, Beautiful Heartache, the 39-year-old is credited as the sole writer on every song with the exception of one. For “Say My Name,” which can be seen above, the classically trained pianist received lyrical help from Gibson. “It is naked, intimate, raw emotion, little more than piano and voice as if it is a cry from the soul,” Oksana said of the song. [NOTE: Mel also had a hand in directing the boring video.]

If you like the sampling, you can check out more of Grigorieva’s work through her website.

Read More | People

Gallery: New Music Video for Mel Gibson’s Girlfriend

In this video for “Paranoid,” is assaulted in her dreams by visions of wolves and the overuse of Auto-Tune.

But maybe is right. Maybe she does “worry ‘bout the wrong things.” I mean - could that corset getup really be comfortable to sleep in?

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Gallery: VIDEO: Kanye West Has Rihanna Feeling Paranoid

Heath Ledger

Although it’s unclear whether we’ll ever see Heath Ledger’s last acting project, we will get to see two pieces he helped direct.

Prior to his January 2008 death, the Oscar winner helmed music videos for several different artists. An animated clip for Modest Mouse’s “King Rat” - a bonus track from 2007’s We Were Dead Before the Ship Even Sank - will be released later this year. A video for “Quicksand,” from Australian singer Grace Woodroofe, will also get a debut.

Ledger was also the director behind “Morning Yearning,” a song from friend Ben Harper. (You can see that video here.)

Read More | Yahoo!

Gallery: Heath Ledger-Directed Videos to Be Released

Looking for a way to remember 2008? Well, thanks to DJ Earworm, you can now relive this crazy year in just under 5 minutes.

The clip above incorporates visual and audio snippets from Billboard’s Top 25 songs of the year. (You can see a track listing just after the jump.)

Click to continue reading Mashing Up 2008’s Top 25 Hits

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Gallery: Mashing Up 2008’s Top 25 Hits

Above, you can view the video for ’s “Smash Into You,” one of the tracks on her latest album I Am…Sasha Fierce.

Below, you can hear the song “Smack Into You” as performed by singer/songwriter Jon McLaughlin. He apparently performed the song - more than once - on one of his live tours. Now, the ditty is on a Beyonce album and rumor has it that the track is stolen.

Surely, Sasha Fierce will soon shed some light on all this.

Read More | Perez Hilton

Gallery: Beyonce “Smash” a Steal…Literally