Miley Cyrus is back with a vengeance! The singer released her brand (butt) spanking new music video for her hit summer jam, “We Can’t Stop,” and we promise you that we can’t stop watching it–and you won’t want to stop, either.
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The Spice Girls used to be the biggest British girl group in Billboard history–until two weeks ago. That’s when British girl group Little Mix‘s debut album, DNA, took the fourth spot on the Billboard charts and became the highest charting debut for a British girl group in history.
“We Can’t Stop,” the new party anthem from Miley Cyrus is already everywhere. Guess what, that’s how young Cyrus likes likes that. In a new interview with MTV News, Cyrus talks about how the song reflects her real life personality. You try being a self-proclaimed “party animal” and the “hardest working person you’ll ever know,” at the same damn time.
Everyone knows the only way to heal a broken heart is to channel your emotions into an epic break up song. Some get their rage out screaming along with Alanis Morissette‘s “You Oughta Know,” while others opt for a more wistful sound, like Adele‘s “Someone Like You.”
But what about the songs themselves? Who inspired our favorite break up ballads? Did Russell Brand really prompt Katy Perry to pen “Part of Me?” And is “Cry Me A River” about Justin Timberlake‘s break up with Britney Spears? Which of your favorite break up songs are about true love gone wrong–and which were just born out of a lucky studio session?