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Bono thinks he is “overpaid.”

The rocker - who is worth an estimated $660 million - says he devotes so much of his time to charitable projects because he believes he has more money than he deserves to have.

Speaking at the launch of Nike’s “Lace Up. Save Lives” campaign - which raises money for HIV charity (Red) - he said: “These guys are very wealthy. I am very well paid, overpaid and even over-rewarded for what I do. But a lot of these soccer guys are giving something back and they don’t need to do that.”

Meanwhile, Bono admits he and his bandmates are “delighted and humbled” to have been asked to headline next year’s Glastonbury Festival, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary.

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Are my eyes deceiving me? Could this really be ...without something obscuring her face?

Last night, the “Bad Romance” singer dialed the drama down (slightly) for a sit-down and performance on .

The former straight-A Catholic school student revealed her diverse childhood obsessions (Led Zeppelin and Judy Garland), what she plans to wear when she performs for the Queen of England (latex and fishnets) and the types of songs she used to sing about in high school (love). She also addressed the worst rumor she’s ever heard about herself (she’s not from Yonkers!!).

After watching the interview, you can check out her musical number after the jump.

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She may have mastered walking in high heels, but even can stumble while wearing rubber soles.

During tonight’s broadcast, the singer/actress/dancer hit the stage for a performance of


“Louboutins,” a horribly repetitive song from her upcoming album Love?.

In the number choreographed by So You Think You Can Dance‘s Tabitha and Napoleon D’umo, Jennifer taps into moves from her Fly Girl days while pretending to sing live at the same time. Although it’s been a while since we’ve seen Lopez during an awards ceremony, she clearly hasn’t forgotten how to get back up after a fall.

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As if we needed any more reason to admire the talent of , we just came across this video of her from her pre-Gaga (and pre-blonde) days. Here, she is performing at the annual NYU talent show as Stefani Germanotta, performing Captivated and Electric Kiss while playing piano.

We also like what she says at the 5:48 mark in the video posted after the break. She is definitely cognizant about her surroundings, and her role in the music business. Listen to her comments about her album, The Fame, as well as Princess Diana.

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The Who

The Who is already played three nights a week on , so why not make it a fourth?

The rock band behind “Who Are You”, “Won’t Get Fooled Again” and “Baba O’Riley” (a.k.a. the three different theme songs) is now rumored to be Super Bowl XLIV’s halftime act.

Although the report has not yet been confirmed by the NFL, it would be just like that network to milk a series - or band - to death.

The championship game will be played February 7, 2010 in Miami.

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Janet Jackson is set to open the upcoming American Music Awards (AMAs).

The “All For You” hitmaker will sing a medley to start the November 22 ceremony, which sees her late brother nominated in five categories.

“We’re thrilled about having Janet Jackson open this year’s show,” American Music Awards producer Larry Klein said. “She is an incredibly dynamic performer and I think the audience will be excited to see what she has in store.”

This will be the fourth AMAs performance for the Janet, who has won nine of the awards in previous years, and follows her moving tribute to her brother at the in September. On November 18, Jackson will also be featured in a primetime interview with ABC’s Robin Roberts.

Other stars to perform at this year’s AMAs at Los Angeles’ Nokia Theatre include , Eminem, Jay-Z, Shakira, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Green Day, Kelly Clarkson and Carrie Underwood.

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He may have an interest in doing solo projects, but that doesn’t mean ‘s quitting his day job. In fact, the lead singer made certain everyone knew that last night.

After surprising an audience at a Joe Perry gig, the 61-year-old lead singer told the crowd that he isn’t going anywhere. “New York, I want you to know I’m not leaving ,” Tyler claimed. Following his announcement, Tyler fronted a peformance of “Walk This Way.”

That declaration was seconded by Perry on Twitter earlier in the day. “Aerosmith is definetly NOT breaking up. One of the members is doing his own thing and said so in the press. That’s all I know,” he wrote.

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Not only was divinely during her Saturday Night Live appearance, she delivered musically as well.

Watch the video above to see Swift’s live performance of her popular “You Belong With Me.”

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will play a free show in Germany to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall.

The “Get On Your Boots” rockers will play in front of Berlin’s iconic Brandenburg Gate as part of the MTV European Music Awards (EMAs) on November 5, as a prelude to the city’s “Fall of the Wall” celebrations.

“It’ll be an exciting spot to be in, 20 years almost to the day since the wall came down,” the group’s manager, Paul McGuinness, said. “They’re expecting tens of thousands of people to turn up,” a source added to Britain’s Daily Mirror. “They’ve played some interesting places in the past but this’ll certainly be the most ambitious - and most poignant - one to date.”

Parts of the set will be beamed live into the EMAs which take place in the city on the same day.

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Johnny Depp is to play guitar live with his favorite British band.

The Pirates of the Caribbean actor is being lined up to appear with Babybird next month when they make their comeback at a small London venue.

Johnny, 46, has already played a large part in the “You’re Gorgeous” hitmakers’ return, by directing the video to the first single from their new album Ex-Maniac. He was pictured on the set of the video with British actor Stephen Graham, whom he starred alongside in Public Enemies.

Babybird previously revealed that Johnny was instrumental in getting the album made, after he introduced frontman Stephen Jones to some of his music producer friends. “Grammy nominated producers Bruce Witkin and Ryan Dorn were introduced to Jones by long-time Babybird fan Johnny Depp, who also makes a cameo appearance on the new recording,” a spokesperson for the group said.

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