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  • Jenny McCarthy debuts new haircut. (Twitter)Jenny McCarthy is joining the brigade of Hollywood women who are lopping off their long locks.

    "The View" co-host debuted a face-framing new bob on Monday morning on Twitter. She tweeted a photo with the caption, "Glad u like the chop! Thanks!"

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  • Kanye West performs during the Yeezus Tour (Splash News)It's been a rough go for Kanye West this time around.

    The self-proclaimed "creative genius" kicked off his first solo tour in five years in Seattle on Oct. 19 — and has postponed a whopping five concert dates since then. (That was only 13 days ago, people.)

    The latest delay is the result of a car crash. While no one was reportedly hurt, the equipment didn't fare so well.

    According to a statement released by Def Jam, "A truck carrying The Yeezus Tour’s custom-made video truss and 60-ft circular LED screen was in an accident that damaged the gear beyond repair." The screen in question was designed to mimic the moon and sky, display messages during the show, and provide zoom-ins on the star so people with nosebleed seats can see him.

    Def Jam goes on to explain, "This gear is central to the staging of The Yeezus Tour, and central to the creative vision put forth by Kanye West and his design team at DONDA. As a result of this event, it is impossible to put on the show and The Yeezus Tour

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  • Heiress, celebutante, reality star, hotelier, fashion designer, fragrance conjurer, singer, and all-around media phenom Paris Hilton has added yet another title to her desk: DJ! After her summer residency at the biggest party hotspot on the planet, Ibiza, she's returning to the music scene with a new album. Despite a seven-year break (minus last year's delightfully tongue-in-cheek "Drunk Text"), she landed a contract with Cash Money Records and booked collaborations with Lil Wayne, Snoop Dogg and Flo-Rida.

    Check out our exclusive interview with one of the hardest-working bombshells in the biz, shot in Hilton's infamous party room at her home in Los Angeles. Oh, if those walls could talk...

    Check out the official music video for Paris Hilton's undeniably catchy "Good Time":

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  • Mick Jagger and Katy Perry (Getty Images)

    Katy Perry once kissed a girl (and she liked it), but did she almost kiss Mick Jagger too?

    Making the press rounds to promote her new album "Prism," Perry told Australian radio DJs Ash, Kip & Luttsy on Nova FM 106.9 that during her backup singer days, the Rolling Stones singer once hit on her. Oh, and when it happened, she was only 18!

    With Katy being 29 now, and Mick being 70, it would've been a 59-year-old rock star hitting on a girl just out of high school. Then or now, that's a 41-year age difference.

    Katy and Mick on stage in Vegas, May 2013 (Getty Images)As Katy explained in the interview, she was singing vocals on "Old Habits Die Hard," a Jagger song with Eurythmics star Dave Stewart for the soundtrack to Jude Law's 2004 remake of the film "Alfie," when they met.

    "I actually went to dinner with him one time and he hit on me, when I was 18," she said. "That was a long time ago, and he's been very kind, and I got to sing 'Beast of Burden' with him on stage on The Rolling Stones tour."

    And being the good friend that she is, Katy

    Read More »from Mick vs. Katy: Did the Randy Rolling Stone Really Hit on 18-Year-Old Perry?
  • Everyone's tweeting and texting about the American Music Awards, which air Nov. 24 on ABC. So to make your tweets a little more exciting, add a few of these adorable emojis by Ryan Casey! You're welcome.

  • Bowie shows off his puppet on Facebook (Photo: Jimmy King)Happy Halloween from David Bowie. The "Scary Monsters" legend is celebrating the annual spook-fest by releasing a super-creepy clip for "Love is Lost" that features the still-Thin White Duke cradling a harlequin puppet that's made up to look like him in his iconic 1980 "Ashes to Ashes" video.

    The track, originally featured on the 66-year-old Bowie's surprise comeback album The Next Day, was recently remixed by former LCD Soundsystem singer James Murphy, who threw in some eerie samples of "Ashes to Ashes" into the mix. ("Ashes to Ashes," as any Bowie-phile will tell you, is a sequel of sorts to the singer's 1969 breakthrough track "Space Oddity," so Bowie -- with help from Murphy -- is taking us full circle.)

    Bowie befriended Murphy when he cut backing vocals for "Reflektor," the Arcade Fire's recent Murphy-produced single. A 10-minute version of "Love is Lost," dubbed the "Hello Steve Reich" mix, is one of two remixes featured on a special three-disc edition of The Next Day, due Nov.

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    By Laura Ferreiro

    Talk about "Blurred Lines!" It all started when Robin Thicke filed a lawsuit against Marvin Gaye's family in August in an effort to protect his mega-hit, "Blurred Lines," from copyright infringement claims. Thicke, along with Pharrell Williams and Clifford Harris, Jr. – who have writing credits on the hit tune – took this action to shield the song from claims that they stole from one of Gaye's famous hit songs. They alleged that "being reminiscent of a sound is not copyright infringement."

    Gaye's family apparently didn't like what they heard, and filed a counterclaim in the Central District Court of California on Wednesday, responding to Thicke's lawsuit. They allege in their counterclaim that "Blurred Lines" blatantly rips off Gaye's 1976 hit "Got to Give It Up," and claim that Thicke was involved in "duplicitous actions" for publicly admitting "Got to Give It Up" was used in creating "Blurred Lines."

    The family states in the legal papers that Thicke did so "in

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  • By Jon Wiederhorn

    Some of the scariest movies have featured the most terrifying scores, but that's not always the case. Often, great horror movies use dull soundtracks that either come across like a wall-to-wall jukebox of hard rock radio hits or a predictable soundbed of classical music that rises and dips with the action of the film.

    But when the formula is just right, the music that accompanies a horror film acts as an integral element that's as important as the cinematography, building the tension of the story and providing sonic motifs at key moments. Here are 10 of the creepiest, most haunting horror film scores ever recorded.

    10. Friday the 13th - Harry Manfredini
    Strings that swirl, glide, and violently shriek, and horns that start out soft and ominously build create a menacing tone that complement the action in this chase 'n' slash classic. But the most memorable element of Manfredini's score is the echoing, breathy whispers that foreshadow a horrific kill. "Kii, kiii,kii,

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  • 30 Seconds to Mars frontman Jared Leto is quickly becoming the king of the epic video.

    The band has released the video for "City of Angels," but it isn't your standard music clip. Rather, it's an extended 10-minute short film featuring shots of the band performing at night in front of the glittering Los Angeles skyline intercut with celebrities such as Kanye West, Lindsay Lohan, James Franco, and Selena Gomez testifying about their love and hate of Los Angeles and fame.

    West opens the clip saying, "The pools, 1950s architectural homes, glamour, muscle, Crips & Bloods, low-riders, Snoop Dogg, Dre, Kim, Tupac, James Dean, Howard Hughes, Walt Disney, Michael Jackson, Marilyn Monroe, and Superman." He later adds, "This city took my mother, but this city also gave me my child" -- referring to his mother, Donda West, who died in 2007 following complications from plastic surgery; and his daughter with Kim Kardashian, North, born in June.

    In the clip, Lohan says, "The city of angels is where

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    There were monsters in rock songs before Alice Cooper surfaced in the early '70s with songs like "The Ballad of Dwight Fry," "Dead Babies," and "Killer," But there weren't monsters in rock. Cooper changed all that.

    Yet despite his violence and gore, Cooper's style of horror has always been akin to a carnival ride or a monster movie. The thrills are real, but the terror is not, which makes Cooper the ultimate character for Halloween tricks and treats.

    Cooper recently talked to Yahoo Music about his 10 favorite Halloween songs, 30 percent of which happen to be his own. "I'm going to have a lot of songs in this top 10," he explained, "because I'm the only one that really writes scary songs."

    1. Alice Cooper, "Wind Up Toy"
    This song is so psychotic, I'm afraid to listen to it myself. If features a very mature 10-year-old Calico Cooper on vocals, and it's about a little boy that thinks of himself as nothing buy a wind-up toy to his parents. Very creepy.

    2. Ozzy Osbourne, "Mr. Crowley"

    Read More »from First Person—Alice Cooper’s 10 Halloween Songs to Die For


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