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The lead singer of the Jonas Brothers adds some raunchy lines courtesy of Weezy in the remix of his second solo single.
Dismissing the plagiarism accusation, Kim Dellara from HSI Productions says the love stories featured in both 'Just in Love' music video and 'For Lovers Only' indie movie are universal.
Make-up and effects specialist Rick Baker reveals that the aliens that are featured in the upcoming 'MIB' movie will be based on the '50s and '60s era.
In the revamped version of the 'Fastlife' second single, the 'How to Love' singer will rap such verses as, 'We makin' love like animals/ Planet of the Apes.'
The 'See No More' singer locks lips, soaks in a bathtub, and enjoys romantic outings with the girl he met in Paris.
When premiering the single, the lead singer of the Jonas Brothers shares that it's written when he's having a fight with his ex.
Along with his on-screen object of affection, Joe dashes through the street during what looks like a rush hour.
There are also two other possible teasers which show the lovey-dovey on-screen couple getting cozy in a boat and in what looks like a hallway.
The Jonas Brothers star shot the music video over a month ago in Paris with a 'really sweet' French model as his leading lady.
Proving that she no longer has hard feeling toward her ex-boyfriend, the 'Skyscraper' singer chats and poses together with the Jonas Brothers member when attending the 2011 MTV Video Music Awards.
In the newly-released artwork, the ex-boyfriend of Ashley Greene looks like he just emerges from a tunnel of lights and colors.
The Swedish disc jokey releases a music video for the single which was allegedly sampled by Leona Lewis without his consent.
Loud music from the party celebrating Kim's nuptials to Kris Humphries and helicopters overhead keep Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office busy receiving complaints from the neighbors.
In addition to the contemporary drama titled 'Hyde', the network also picks up futuristic thriller 'The Last Resort'.
The 'Rain Over Me' rapper is scheduled to perform, while the 'Super Bass' femcee and the 'See No More' singer will serve as presenters.