Miley Cyrus Teases Racy ‘Adore You’ Video Clip

Miley Cyrus is preparing to release the music video for her new song “Adore You,” and she posted a few seconds of the footage (December 21) to her Instagram account. Buckle up resisters, by the looks of the once again stripped down star’s teaser, we are definitely in for another racy ride.

Watch the clip below, and check out the video when it premieres on Dec. 26.

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Behind-The-Scenes: Katy Perry Releases 20-Minute Making-Of Video For Single "Roar"

Pop superstar Katy Perry has unveiled a 20-minute making-of video for her ‘Roar’ video.

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Video: Katy Perry Sings Karoake With Robert Pattinson in Viral Video

Katy Perry and Robert Pattinson singing karaoke together in a classic video from 2008 has surfaced, and to fans of either star it’s nothing short of awesome.


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Britney Spears Unleashes "Work Bitch" Video

Britney Spears unleashed her new video for “Work Bitch” today  (October 1).  To create the elaborate, dance-heavy clip, Spears reunited with “Scream & Shout” director Ben Mor. After the video was released, Spears tweeted: “Overwhelmed with all the love, my goodness! Big kiss to all of u & Mr Ben Mor!” Check out the “Work Bitch” video below:

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Music: Multi-Platinum Selling Daughtry Unveils New Single "Waiting For Superman"

Multi-Platinum selling recording artist Daughtry reveals today “Waiting for Superman,” the first single from their upcoming fourth album Baptized, due out November 19 on 19/RCA Records.”Waiting for Superman” is produced by Martin Johnson and written by Chris Daughtry, Martin Johnson and Sam Hollander and is available at all digital providers now. Recorded while on tour this summer, the infectious new single takes Daughtry to a new musical level.

“We’re excited to unveil our new musical direction,” says Chris Daughtry. “We wanted to remain true to our roots but at the same time felt the need to push ourselves creatively more than ever. ‘Waiting For Superman’ is a perfect example of the overall theme to the new album.”

Daughtry launched a social media campaign with Hyperactivate last week to release the single artwork and track. Fans could log onto, answer a question and choose to add their Facebook and/or Twitter image to a pixilated picture of the artwork, which eventually comes together like pieces in a puzzle to form the final image.

Daughtry has scored four No. 1 hits, garnered four Grammy nominations, won four American Music Awards, sold over 7.5 million albums, 17 million singles worldwide and sold out concerts around the world. Daughtry’s self-titled debut was the fastest selling rock debut in Soundscan history and its follow up Leave This Town marked the quintet’s second consecutive No. 1 album and Daughtry’s third album Break The Spell was certified gold in 4 weeks of its release. In addition to recording and touring the globe, Daughtry is also dedicated to using its position to raise awareness about a number of charitable causes including an ambassadorship with DC Comics We Can Be Heroes campaign.

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Katy Perry Releases Music Video For “Roar”

Katy Perry releases her inner animal in her brand new music video. The “Roar” singer finds herself in a bit of trouble when her plane crashes in the middle of the jungle. Instead of letting her fear get the best of her, Katy adapts to her new surrounds and becomes a regular Jane of the jungle.
This music video is hilarious. At one point, Katy is painting an elephant’s nails and she even takes a couple of selfies with a monkey!
“Roar” is scheduled to appear on Katy’s upcoming album, “Prism”. The album will be hitting stores across the country next month on October 22nd. This week, the track tops the Billboard Hot 100 chart and gives Katy her eighth career number 1.
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