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The song was first previewed by the Norwegian DJ during his opening set at the singer's 'Honeymoon' show last week.
Voting to choose the award winners has been opened and will be closed on Sunday, April 5 with the award show itself set to be held on Saturday, April 25.
Cashmere Cat, who serves as an opening act on the tour, played a new song he did with Grande during the concert in Kansas City on Wednesday, February 25.
Other acts with multiple nominations include Taylor Swift and Katy Perry who are both up for the Best Female Artist and Favorite Song of the Year Awards.
The track, marking the rapper's third collaboration with the former Nickelodeon star, will be featured in the deluxe version of his new album that's coming out on February 24.
Max Landis who directed Grande's video defends his work and points out that the Australian group SAFIA's own clip also bears striking resemblance to another band Injured Ninja's.
The official music video was kicked off with a view of explosion in the sky featured on TV and followed with disruption all over town.
Earlier in the night, Christina Aguilera kicked off the All-Star game with a medley of New York-themed songs including Frank Sinatra's 'New York, New York' and Jay-Z's 'Empire State of Mind'.
The 15-second sneak-peek offers glimpses at some TV anchors reporting a fictional Eurydice comet that will hit the earth and destroy everything.
The lyric video is released in anticipation of the official visuals which was recently shot by director Max Landis and will be about the earth coming to an end.
The former Nickelodeon star is expected to perform the song, which was co-penned by David Guetta, when she takes the stage at the Grammy Awards on February 8.
The star-studded tracklist, which was recently unveiled via iTunes pre-orders, will also feature Drake, Lil Wayne, Jhene Aiko and John Legend among others.
The Irish singer also performs accoustic version of his own hit single 'Take Me to Church' during his visit to BBC Radio 1's 'Live Lounge'.
The former Nickelodeon star joins previous All-Star Game performers like Janelle Monae, Kanye West, Drake, Rihanna and Alicia Keys.
The 'Glee' actress, the 'True Blook' hunk, and the former Nickelodeon star are added to the Ryan Murphy latest project along with Abigail Breslin and Keke Palmer.