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Carly Rae Jepsen thinks her VMA nomination is "crazy".
The 'Call Me Maybe' singer is stunned at how much her life has changed since her sudden rise to fame and says discovering she was up for the Best New Artist award at the 2012 MTV Video Music Awards was the most surreal feeling ever.
Carly, 26, told MTV News: "I have to pinch myself. I mean, a year ago I was touring Canada in a soccer mom van, and all of the sudden, my life's just taken off in a completely different direction.
"Moments like that just let it really sink in. It's crazy."
The Canadian starlet thinks even being considered for the title is an honour because of the stiff competition from international acts One Direction with their chart-topping tune 'What Makes You Beautiful', Frank Ocean with 'Swim Good', The Wanted with 'Glad You Came' and Fun with 'We Are Young' featuring Janelle Monae.
Carly said: "When I found out, I think I was on tour somewhere, on the bus with the boys, and I think I screamed it to them, and we all did a little dance party victory on the bus.
"Even to be listed among those names is honestly just crazy to me. I'm a big fan of all of them."
The excitable brunette first rose to fame in 2007 as a finalist on 'Canadian Idol', but has teen heartthrob Justin Bieber to thank for her recent success.
Carly is gearing up to open for the 18-year-old star on tour from September.
The VMAs will air on MTV today at 8pm.
A demo version of Christina Aguilera's comeback single, 'Your Body', has leaked online.
The new song surfaced on the internet last night, but is believed to be a demo and slower than the final version of the song.
The track is an mid-tempo R&B dance song which sees Christina sing "All I wanna do is f**k your body" in the chorus.
The star has also previewed new purple hair on twitter and posted a number of photos from the set of the video for 'Your Body'.
She said ealrier this week: "Its finally here- MUSIC VIDEO shoot day!!!!!!!!! Get ready guys!!!!!!!!!! (sic)"
The new track is a preview of Christina's seventh album, which will be released this autumn.
The as-yet-untitled record will follow up to 2010's 'Bionic', which was a commercial flop, although Christina's profile was recently boosted when she appeared on Maroon 5's huge 'Moves Like Jagger' single.
She is also a mentor on the US version of 'The Voice' and contributed a number of songs to the soundtrack to film 'Burlesque' - which she also starred in - which was a hit, selling over a million copies worldwide.
Michael Jackson was "determined" 'Bad' would outsell 'Thriller'.
The late King of Pop - who died of acute Propofol intoxication in 2009 - was "very self-motivated" and even pinned up signs around his house to urge himself to work harder on the iconic 1987 LP in a bid to outdo his previous effort, which is the best-selling album of all time.
Director Spike Lee - who has been working on 'Bad 25', a documentary about the making of the album - told MTV News: "I learned that, number one, he was very self-motivated. Even though it was an impossible task, Michael wanted 'Bad' to outsell 'Thriller'. And everywhere he'd go, he'd put up signs, write on mirrors in bathrooms; '100 million.' "
"He always wanted to surpass what he had done previously and 100 million albums sold. He was determined to do that."
Since its 1982 release, 'Thriller' has sold more than 110 million copies across the globe.
Though 'Bad' never matched its success, the record is still the fifth best-selling album of all time, shifting around 30 million copies worldwide.
Next month sees the release of 'Bad 25', a repackaged version of the album that will include the documentary, unreleased demo songs, remixes and concert footage.
First up we have T.I's latest music video entitled Go Get It, followed by Brandy's 2012 epic track Put It Down featuring Chris Brown. WHHHHHHA.
Music = soul food = connected to source.
Gavin Rossdale says "nobody cared" about his solo career.
The Bush frontman formed new band Institute after the group originally split in 2002, and after that failed made a solo album, 2008's 'Wanderlust', but now admits it was a mistake.
Referring to Bush's breakup, Gavin told Classic Rock magazine: "There were no fireworks. It was almost like the air being sucked out of a building.
"There was a side-project [Institute], and then a solo career, by default - that was almost a douche-bag route; who cares about singers making solo records? I needed to be in Bush again."
Bush had big hits in the US with their albums 'Sixteen Stone', 'Razorblade Suitcase' and 'The Science of Things' but split after guitarist Nigel Pulsford left and sales declined.
Nigel and original bass player Dave Parsons both declined to return when the band reformed in 2010, and released new album 'The Sea of Memories' the following year.
Gavin said he's not upset the founding member of the group hasn't returned, saying: "I haven't even missed Nigel not being in the band. It couldn't be more normal. Nigel just doesn't want to work anymore, he's never coming back."
Little Mix's debut album has "dark and spooky" tracks on it.
The 'Wings' group - Perrie Edwards, Jesy Nelson, Leigh-Anne Pinnock and Jade Thirlwall - have been working on their debut and promise they will give a glimpse at their darker side in some of the tracks they have written
Jesy said: "We wrote most of the songs ourselves and there are a few surprises. A couple of the tracks are dark and spooky."
Jesy is also hoping the band can replicate the success of their idols Spice Girls, who famously brought the notion of Girl Power in pop to the world in the 90s and inspired a generation of youngsters.
She added to Look magazine: "I want us to be the next Spice Girls, I hope we can do for girls what they did for us."
The group have got off to a good start, as their record label boss - the notoriously hard to please Simon Cowell - was very impressed when he heard their debut single.
Leigh-Ann said: "We went to see him and played him 'Wings'. I was so starstruck, we were all in shock, but he loved it. The one word he used was, 'Genius'."