Christina Aguilera Impersonates Britney Spears For Jimmy Fallon, Rihanna Premieres New Track “Towards The Sun” + More On First Dibs

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Larry King asks Big Sean about having a “Little Sean” with Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift donates $50,000 to NYC’s Department of Education, Zendaya gets an apology from Giuliana Rancic, and more on First Dibs.

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The 50 Most WTF Celebrity Cameos In Music Video History



By Frank Donovan

When news broke that Justin Bieber and Tom Hanks (?!) were spotted on the set of Carly Rae Jepsen’s new music video for “I Really Like You,” it got us thinking of other totally random celebrity cameos in music videos over the years. Christopher Walken’s high-flying dance in the Spike Jonze-directed “Weapon of Choice” is the first to come to mind, but we dug even deeper to find the most random of the random cameos.

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‘Physical Graffiti’ Turns 40: Ranking All 15 Songs On Led Zeppelin’s Epic Masterpiece

by (@BHSmithNYC)

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40 years ago today hard rock overlords Led Zeppelin released their landmark double album Physical Graffiti. The band had already cemented its place in classic rock’s premiership league on previous releases, but in many ways Physical Graffiti is the quintessential Zeppelin record. Everything about it is epic, from its double LP length, to its intricate packaging – featuring the cutout windows of a Lower East Side tenement, to the breathe of the material itself.  Both guitarist Jimmy Page and singer Robert Plant assess it as the band’s most important work, an opinion which is backed up by its tremendous commercial success and the reputation it holds amongst other musicians.  Read more…

Rita Ora’s Booty-Baring Oscar Dress Will Finally Make You Care About Her

by (@JordanRuntagh)

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We’ll be honest, Rita Ora’s performance during last night’s Oscars left us feeling a little underwhelmed. But when she showed up at Vanity Fair’s famous after-party, she had turned it all around—literally. The singer strolled into the exclusive party wearing a booty-baring sheer Donna Karan Atelier gown. And just like that, we became Rita Ora fans.

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Go Inside Geddy Lee Of Rush’s Personal Bass Room With ‘Rock Icons’ Sam Dunn

by (@BHSmithNYC)

It’s not everyone that gets to spend time with one of their musical idols, but that’s what happened to Banger Films’ Sam Dunn during the filming of the debut episode of Rock Icons featuring Rush bassist and lead singer Geddy Lee. The two were  already well-acquainted thanks to Banger’s 2010 band bio-pic Rush: Beyond The Lighted Stage, but this time Dunn was invited into Lee’s personal “bass room” in the basement of his house in Toronto. “Being a bass player myself, this was a pretty big highlight,” said Dunn, adding that Lee had “the history of the bass guitar on his walls.” Read more…