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The spirit-rising song, which is written by Matthew Bellamy 'with the Olympics in his mind,' will be played throughout the Games including when athletes enter the stadium.
They brought home prizes for Best Headliner and Festival Anthem of the Year at the ceremony in Groningen, The Netherlands.
A spokeswoman for Ron Laver Arena where the rockers played earlier this month denied that the band are not welcomed back and fined for smoking on stage.
The officials claimed they have warned the rock band not to flout anti-smoking legislation throughout the show but the band ignored it.
Plus, the show will do a future episode about gay suicide which has been an issue for America lately.
Humbled by their chart-busting single 'Like a G6', Far East Movement are gearing up to release 'Free Wired', a collection of songs which has a number of 'amazing collaborations'.
Knowing which artists are hot on the scene and what kind of songs his fans would want to hear, Songz is to drop his fourth effort 'Passion, Pain and Pleasure'.
The 16-year-old singing sensation gets his first Moonman after a tight battle with Ke$ha, Jason Derulo, Nicki Minaj and Broken Bells.
Unfortunately, the Slim Shady has to pass on his acceptance speech since he has rushed to the Big Apple for a live performance with Jay-Z.
GaGa is excited that she has 'more VMA nominations in a single year than any artist in MTV history,' while Eminem who follows her with 8 nods says he won't be 'nice' when attending the awards show.
Unlike Matt Bellamy who is unashamed of 'Twilight' link, Chris Wolstenholme wasn't always convinced they should allow their songs to be used.
Marriage between Matt Bellamy and Kate Hudson might be happening soon as the Muse vocalist has planned a meeting with his girlfriend's mother Goldie Hawn.
For their philanthropy efforts, the band have received Nordoff-Robbins honor at the July 2 event in London.
B.o.B and Demi Lovato, who are absent when the first wave of TCAs music nominations was announced, now receive four nods each.
In respect of U2 who was forced to withdraw from Glastonbury, Muse invited The Edge during their set and together they rocked 'Where the Streets Have No Name'.