Rebecca Black is Back, Miley Cyrus Gets Snubbed at the Grammys
Dec. 7, 2013
By ABC NEWS
Rebecca Black Releases Originally Named Follow-up Single
Internet sensation Rebecca Black has unashamedly released the highly anticipated follow-up to her infamous viral music video "Friday," voted "worst song ever" by pundits when it came out just two short years ago.
"Saturday" is the title of her follow-up single, which has an up-tempo club beat and features a more confident 16-year-old Black singing alongside YouTube star Dave Days.
While the attention grabbing pop star was snubbed from major categories, other newcomers made a splash during the nominations. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis and Lorde managed to garner seven and four nominations respectively.
Jay-Z, as with most things, came out on top with nine nominations.
Planet 11 Times the Size of Jupiter Found
Sometimes space is confusing.
The discovery of a giant planet 11 times the size of Jupiter is puzzling astronomers.
Given the catch name HD 106906 b, the exoplanet is so large astronomers are trying to figure out how such a large planetary body could even come into existence. Some have thought that the planet could have been made in a two-star solar system or binary star solar system.
We're just going to leave this one in the hands of the experts and go back to complaining about the snubbed Grammy nominations.
Favorite 'Friends' Courtney Cox and Matthew Perry Reunite
But where's Phoebe?
Famous "Friends" Courtney Cox and Matthew Perry were seen reuniting on the set of Cox's show "Cougar Town" last week.
After starring on "Friends" as Monica and Chandler for 10 seasons, both Cox and Perry have popped up in each other's projects after the iconic series ended in 2003.
But this is the first time Perry will be guest-starring on "Cougar Town" and we're secretly crossing our fingers his character's name is Miss Chanandler Bong.
Stephen King Joins Twitter
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Turns out writer's block can hit even when you're only working with 140 characters.
However, the master of horror's paltry amount of tweets didn't mean much for his fans. The author already has over 120,000 followers.
Bob Dylan's Infamous Electric Guitar Sold for Nearly $1 Million
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How to "go electric" for under $1 million.
An electric guitar owned by legendary folk singer sold at auction Friday for $965,000.
The Fender Stratocaster became infamous after Dylan played it at the Newport Folk Festival in 1965. Called the performance where he "went electric," Dylan initially drew boos from the crowd for his use of electric guitar.
The guitar is the most expensive ever to be sold at auction, beating out the previous record holder by $6,000.