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The hip-hop superstars headline the Rolling Stone's annual Super Bowl party along with Nick Cannon, who will serve as the DJ.
Adam DeVine and his a capella group deliver an attractive performance of the 2009 hit song in front of their rival, a girl group led by Anna Kendrick.
The rapper, in return said that he never consented the contract with ADT, therefore doesn't owe the company anything.
The 86-year-old television icon was taken to a hospital in Dare County, North Carolina and passed away on Tuesday, July 3 morning.
The short snippet offers glimpses of Dexter and Debra watching something burning as well as flashback scenes from the two's childhood.
The birthday girl is joined by fellow former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens as well as some other friends.
One of the pictures features Rick and his group trying to defend themselves from walkers in the prison yard, while the other image sees machete-wielding Maggie ready to kill a zombie.
Words are, the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All member reveals his sexual orientation by using pronoun 'him' to refer to the person he's in love with.
Gwen Stefani and her band No Doubt will also deliver a musical performance at the July 22 prize-giving event, which has DJ Pauly D serving as the 'Choice' DJ.
The rapper claimed he did not receive lawsuit papers filed by his former employee but the judge found out that he fabricated his statements.
The 'Right Round' rapper enlists the help of Nathan Barnatt's Keith Apicary to play his new song in the club.
The music video follows the 'Low' hitmaker as he woos a hot-looking lady he meets in a club during a night outing.
Showing off the spectacular views of Acapulco, the fresh clip made in support of the 'Wild One' rapper's new single is filled with bikini-clad women splashing about the surf and sand.
Around 30-second long, the sneak peek at the 'Right Round' rapper's new music video is filled with footage of him partying with beautiful women on the tropical lands of Acapulco.
The song is taken from the 'Low' hitmaker's upcoming album, while the court order stems from his abrupt cancellation of a concert in Australia.