But the medley of Jay and Beyonce’s tracks is good during the waking hours, too.
The UK buzz band of yesteryear covers a gem by one of the country’s most hyped acts of today.
The “Way I Am” songstress takes a crack at R.E.M.’s “Nightswimming,” sans instrumental accompaniment.
A televised take on “Let’s Stay Together” comes just days after announcing his split from Heidi Klum.
The countdown to the MJ episode begins with previews of "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'" and "Bad."
Where better for a SkyBlu and RedFoo medley than a public restroom? Don’t answer that.
The Canadian group perform their viral version of “Somebody Used to Know” on the daytime program.
Cyrus does her best Serious Country Star in "You're Gonna Make Me Lonesome When You Go."
This didn’t work out that well for Avril Lavigne.
Lea Michele’s version of “Without You” climbs the iTunes singles chart.
“Call Your Girlfriend,” though, not “Dancing on My Own.”
With help from Barry Gibb.
The Seattle indie-folk group may never actually cover Robyn or Adele, but now you can hear what it would sound like if they did.