T-ara beats 2NE1 to the punch.
Ke$ha and Drake both show up multiple times!
The Australian cutie teams up with a radio friendly T-Pain for what hopes to be a big summer hit.
This is maybe not the best time to make questionable Heath Ledger allusions? Just a thought.
"5 O'Clock" can stay, because it's charting. As for the rest? Uh.
Before an official video from Jay-Z and Kanye West arrives, we might as well enjoy a few minutes of Breezy rapping in a werewolf mask.
While Wiz Khalifa acts as an American ambassador and a Lily Allen look-alike eats salad. Just another night in Amsterdam.
The not-entirely motley assortment teams up on an autotuned Lily Allen track. Is it necessary?
The T-Pain and Sean Paul-featuring "Shake Señora" looks to become third hit this year to be based on a classic Belafonte jam.
Lil Wayne and T-Pain's touching thank-you note the woman who showed them "How to hate a b****. "
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Just like The Pussycat Dolls, only not as good.
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The final three artists take the stage and vie for votes for the last time.
As usual, B.A.P continues to work without rest.
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