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Bieber and Minaj give a fierce performance together, while the band No Doubt show they still have what it takes to rock out a crowd.
After consulting several Native American institutions, the rock band realized that their new music video has offended people.
The Anaheim rock group takes up new roles as cowboys and Indians in this video set in the old west.
The English folk rock band's album 'Babel' sells 600,000 copies, topping Green Day's 'Uno!' and No Doubt's 'Push and Shove' which sit at No. 2 and 3 respectively on Billboard 200.
The 'Begin Again' singer is going to perform at the Heidi Klum-hosted show along with the Gwen Stefani band and the Matthew Bellamy group.
Gwen Stefani and her three bandmates hit the streets at night and party with Busy Signal and Major Lazer in the black-and-white clip.
'Do you think I'm looking hot? Do you think this hits the spot?' Gwen Stefani sings the naughty lyrics of the Euro dance song that serves as the second single off 'Push and Shove'.
The 'Heartbreaker' singer is joined by Rick Ross and Meek Mill to deliver her song 'Triumphant', while the 'Don't Speak' hitmakers cater the audience with their performance of 'Settle Down'.
The 'My All' songstress and the 'Don't Speak' hitmakers will perform at a live pre-game show on September 5, while Cee-Lo Green is recording a new song for the intro to 'Thursday Night Football'.
Ten years after dropping their fifth album, the Gwen Stefani band return with new single 'Settle Down' that has been praised by critics.
No Doubt perform their new single live for the first time ever at the 2012 Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles.
Following a teaser released last week, No Doubt make good on their promise to come out with 'Settle Down' on July 16 and premiere its accompanying music video.
Stellar list of performers from different genres will take the stage at Las Vegas' MGM Grand this fall.
The Gwen Stefani-fronted band hype up the premiere of their new music video for their comeback single that will be out on July 16.
Take a peek at Gwen Stefani singing some lines and Adrian Young beating his drums when they hit studio in Santa Monica for No Doubt's upcoming album.