After five rounds, you guys have finally chosen the best love song of YOUR generation.
2Yoon are ready to get their Taylor Swift on with K-pop's first country tune.
After an eight-year absence, the singer kicks off her residency in a big way. Get thee to Sin City ASAP!
Turn-of-the-century pop producer Mark Taylor gives the Lady Gaga song a "Come on Over"-esque country stomp.
Shania continues to prove she's stronger than ever, while Lionel just wants to party (karamu, fiesta, forever).
Or, an examination as to why Lady Gaga won't stop showing her boobs. More of our weekly photo roundup, after the jump.
You might remember that a couple of months back we put together a supercut video of pop stars taking tumbles on-stage. In honor of last night's CMT Awards, we present version 2.0, with Shania Twain now occupying the coveted leadoff position. Watch, after the jump.
Award-winners, hot performers, and general stars from one of the biggest nights in country music television.
But don't get too excited -- the comeback kicks off in December 2012.
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By going public, Jolie has brought widespread attention to an issue that does have controversial elements.
What does success mean for Beyonce?
They better not be playin' games with our hearts.
This man is dressed like Psy, but he is not Psy.
That Lee Hyori reign just won't let up!
Is anybody else surprised at how well this 4minute song is doing, or is it just us?
Who run the world? Blue. BLUE!
What FOOLS we were thinking it was because of Skrillex all this time...
Ke$ha finally put her money where her mouth is: She drank her own pee.
It feels like the perfect night/To design a t-shirt.
Like your boys, cute, talented and from YouTube? Then we've got good news for you.
The students become the masters!
Paris Hilton is about to reignite her pop career and start DJing again. You've been warned.
Hyori once again proves why she's the Queen of K-pop.
The boy band with the bad engrish and amazing electro-pop is back.