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33 things we love about Justin Timberlake on his 33rd birthday

Thirty-three years ago today, the world was given a gift: Justin Timberlake. The singer, actor, and all-around dreamboat has given us so much in his 33 years, from his collaborations with The Lonely Island to his chart-topping albums. To celebrate this special day, we rounded up 33 reasons why we think the birthday boy is the bee’s knees. Ain’t nobody love you like we love you, Justin.
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Miley Cyrus gives advice to Justin Bieber: 'I don't see a Miley mug shot'

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Miley Cyrus has some advice for Justin Bieber: Stay home when you want to party!

Cyrus appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, and Leno asked her about Bieber’s recent legal troubles. Cyrus voiced what many people have thought: Doesn’t he have people he can pay to make sure he stays out of trouble? Barring that, “Party at your house. Buy a house, and add a club to it,” she said to audience cheers.

That must be what Cyrus is doing post-salvia scandal in 2010 (a simpler time!). Noting she’s seen compilations of celebrity mug shots online, she points out that for all the scandalous headlines she generates,  “I don’t see a Miley mug shot yet!”

“I get the most flack of anybody,” she said. “I’m not doing anything illegal. I’m doing a lot of s—, but I’m not doing anything illegal. Everything I do is legal in California.”

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Watch a 16-year-old Keith Urban sing Air Supply on Aussie TV talent show -- VIDEO

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A video of a young Keith Urban competing on the Aussie TV talent show New Faces in 1983 was uploaded to YouTube last month. While a few country music and radio station blogs spotted it, it needs to be adored by the masses. The future American Idol judge performs his countrymen’s song “All Out of Love” and gets mixed reviews from the panel, which could foresee his bright future.  READ FULL STORY

Vin Diesel lip-synchs to Katy Perry, does Beyonce's Surfbort dance -- VIDEO

Vin Diesel is in a good mood, guys. Riddick is number one on the DVD charts, and all he wants to do is dance. Such is the message of a new video just posted to Facebook, wherein Diesel sings and head-pumps along to Katy Perry’s “Dark Horse” before engaging in an impromptu Surfbort dance set to Beyoncé’s “Drunk in Love.” “It’s a win for all of us,” he tells his 63-million-strong Facebook fanbase. “Thank you so much.” He also says that Universal wants to develop Riddick 4, which lets just briefly pause to imagine will be about Riddick crashlanding on planet ruled by two warrior queens played by Katy Perry and Beyoncé, and it all ends in a dancefight between three armies of digital monsters. The Surfborting starts around 6:40, so watch below: READ FULL STORY

Dear Justin Bieber: Backstreet Boy A.J. McLean wants to help you

Would you take advice from this man?

Before you answer, consider this — what if he happened to be one of the few people in the world who actually understood what you were going through?

Like Justin Bieber, A.J. McLean knows what it’s like to be raised by a single mother, perfect the art of crooning syrupy pop songs, achieve crazy fame at a young age, attract a loyal and slightly scary fanbase of hopelessly devoted teenage girls, wear increasingly goofy hats, get a whole bunch of tattoos, and eventually suffer from substance abuse issues. (McLean has had three stints in rehab; you know what Bieber’s deal is.) Unlike Justin Bieber, though, A.J. McLean has managed to vanquish his celebrity demons — and now he’s hoping to help the troubled teen star do the same. READ FULL STORY

Grammys 2014: What the winners had to say

Artists of all generes gathered together at Los Angele’s Staple’s Center to celebrate the 56th Annual Grammy Awards. Here’s what you didn’t see during tonight’s television broadcast when musicians like Zed, Dave Grohl, Paul McCartney and more stopped by the media room after picking up their Grammy awards!
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Miley Cyrus shreds a mean guitar in her big Grammy night performance -- VIDEO

Wait, what’s that you say? Miley Cyrus didn’t even attend the Grammys, much play a song there?

In this, you are correct; though Cyrus did perform a few tunes at Clive Davis’s annual pre-Grammys party, she opted not to show up for the awards ceremony itself. (Getting totally shut out of the nominations can have that effect; see also Gaga, Lady.) The Bangerz singer did, however, spend the night making music — at least in some capacity:

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Everything you need to know about the Grammys in just 90 seconds -- VIDEO

From Beyoncé’s scorching opener to a Queen Latifah-led mass marriage ceremony to Taylor Swift and Yoko Ono’s gloriously awkward dancing, Sunday night’s Grammy Awards telecast was stuffed with memorable moments. Unfortunately, to see them all, you had to sit through a ceremony that just kept going and going and going, even long after it reached its scheduled end time of 11:30 p.m. ET. Wouldn’t it be nice to get a quick distillation of the night’s biggest bits — without all that unnecessary in-between stuff?

Your wish is our command!

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TV Recap: 'Girls,' 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta,' and the Grammys -- VIDEO

Did you miss Sunday’s Girls, Real Housewives of Atlanta, or the Grammys? Catch up with our recap videos below! READ FULL STORY

Grammys misspell Cory Monteith's name during In Memoriam montage

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The late Glee star Cory Monteith was honored by the 2014 Grammys during the In Memoriam montage. The montage featured a rather unfortunate hiccup: Onscreen, his name was spelled “Cory Montieth.” Admittedly, no other names were misspelled, but generally speaking, the goal of the In Memoriam montage is have zero gaffes. All in all, this was not a shining moment in the history of Garmmy Awards. READ FULL STORY

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