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The O.C. In 10 Musical Moments

The O.C. Cast

As we come the end of a wonderful week spent reminiscing about McMansions and Mischa Barton death scenes via the 10-year anniversary of The O.C. premiere, we’d be remiss not to mention the music. For four years, Josh Schwartz and music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas saved you the trouble of making your own collection of tunes essential to the teenage experience with a series of official soundtracks from the show. Read more…

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Miley Cyrus Stars In Big Sean’s “Fire” Video, Does Not Twerk

Hip-hop’s fledgling relationship with a former Disney star just got a little stronger. Earlier this week Big Sean released new track, “Fire,” from his upcoming album Hall Of Fame, and now he’s enlisted the talents Miley Cyrus for its official video. Read more…

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Hey, Hey, Hey: Robin Thicke Teaches Jimmy Fallon How To Rhyme

Just when you thought #THICKE couldn’t get any more adorable than his childhood tennis whites

Robin Thicke brought “Blurred Lines” to the set of Late Night with Jimmy Fallon Thursday, giving the hit song the late-night show’s special treatment: performance via a collection of children’s instruments (maracas, xylophone, you name it). This means Robin gets to play the spoons and Jimmy and the Roots get to take great pleasure in repeatedly shouting “hey, hey, hey.” Read more…

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Robin Thicke And Alan Thicke: Photos Through The Years

Robin Thicke And Alan Thicke

Ain’t No Hat 4 That” is not the first time Robin Thicke and his father Alan ThickeGrowing Pains star, songwriter, Canadian–have collaborated over the years. While the Blurred Lines song they created is getting the most buzz these days–deservedly so, considering there are three generations of #THICKE in one track–the father-son duo has been teaming up in front of people with cameras for years.

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Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins On The Return Of TLC And The Pressures Of Stardom

It is officially a new era for TLC. The Grammy-winning girl group known for conscious songwriting and record-breaking sales, went through hell and back after losing member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes in 2002 and going broke. Today, Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins and Rozanda “Chilli” Thomas are back in the recording studio, with plans to take the TLC on the road once again.
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Lady Gaga Will Perform At The 2013 MTV Video Music Awards

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The 2013 MTV Music Awards are right around the corner (literally–hello, Brooklyn!) which means it’s time to start unveiling a lineup of live acts that will blow your minds. Lady Gaga has been confirmed as a performer at the August 25 event, ending the drought Little Monsters have been faced with since injury forced Gaga to cancel the remainder of her Born This Way Ball in February. MTV’s own Sway, and a group of enthusiastic fans, announced the news earlier today:

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The Blessed Unrest: What Music Inspires Sara Bareilles?

She encourages her fans to be “Brave,” but what songs giveĀ Sara Bareilles the courage to dance like no one is watching? In addition to breaking down all 12 tracks on her new album, The Blessed Unrest, Sara is sharing the music that’s made her feel strong, calm, and inspired throughout her life.

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Jay-Z And Justin Timberlake, Plus 11 Great Co-Headlining Tours Worth The Ticket Price

Jay-Z And Justin Timberlake: Legends Of The Summer Tour

If you’ve seen footage from Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z‘s Wireless Festival performance, you’re likely prepared for the duo to trade verses and dance around overzealous band members (not that we’re complaining!) on their upcoming tour. As Hov and JT officially kick off Legends of the Summer in Toronto tonight, we’re taking the time to relive some of the greatest live treks featuring at least two big-time acts, including those that ended in feuds, record-setting ticket sales, and, welp, divorce.

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