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Thursday
Dec162010

Fuse to Air Z100's Jingle Ball Concert

Photo Courtesy - Capitol Records(NEW YORK) -- Last Friday, New York City's Madison Square Garden played host to the annual Jingle Ball, a star-studded concert that features the biggest pop stars of the year.  But Thursday night, for the first time ever, people who didn't get to attend the event will also be able to enjoy it.

Fuse is airing Z100's Jingle Ball Live from Madison Square Garden Thursday night at 9:00 p.m. ET.  Stars viewers will see performing their biggest hits include Bruno Mars, Taio Cruz, Selena Gomez, B.o.B., Enrique Iglesias, Paramore, Travie McCoy and Katy Perry.

Since B.o.B., Bruno Mars, Paramore and Travie McCoy were all on the bill, they all collaborated with each other on their various hits.  B.o.B. and Mars sang "Nothin' on You," McCoy and Mars sang "Billionaire," and Paramore's Hayley Williams teamed up with B.o.B. for "Airplanes," in addition to Paramore doing their own set.

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Monday
Oct042010

Katy Perry's Ex Responds to Song She Allegedly Wrote About Him 

Photo Courtesy - Capitol RecordsIn one of the tracks off her album Teenage Dream, called "Circle the Drain," Katy Perry takes a boyfriend to task for, among other things, falling asleep during sex and abusing pills.  She also sings, "Wanna be your lover/Not your [expletive] mother" and "You think you're so rock 'n roll/But you're really just a joke/Had the world in the palm of your hands/But you [expletive] choked."

The song is assumed to be about Perry's ex-boyfriend, Travie McCoy, who in 2008 went into rehab for an addiction to pills.  Now, he's finally responded to the song.

MTV reports that when they asked McCoy about the song last week, he admitted that he hadn't heard it, but he still had an opinion about it.  He told MTV, "I heard she put out a song that's about me, or about some old habits or whatever.  I look at it like this: I'm just stoked that she finally has a song with some substance on her record.  Good job." 

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