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When it comes to great mimicry, you know the Muppets can deliver a great parody, but how about the Sesame Street gang? Do they have what it takes? Yes, they are taking their turn this week and taking on that song and dance Fox series, Glee. Check out the clip, below.
American Idol Season 7 Runner Up, David Archuleta wasn’t too young to pen his memoirs when he wrote Chords of Strength. So it may not come as a surprise that super celeb Justin Bieber has written his first book. It’s called Justin Bieber: First Step 2 Forever: My Story, and (yes, I realize that’s plenty of colons) it is 100% official, as his cover art suggests. It comes from the good folks over at PEOPLE.
From HarperCollins, the book includes lots of exclusive photos for his fans as well as the story of his road to fame and near overnight success. Bieber’s Love Me Video is also dedicated to his fans. He knows how to keep them smiling. These images from his work on upcoming episodes of CSI should also make you grin. First Step 2 Forever hits book shelves in October.
Finally an update to sing and dance about. Fox has officially picked up the musical television phenomenon Glee for a third season. Entertainment Weekly unloaded the exclusive just yesterday. It isn’t difficult to see why Fox was eager for more. Glee is currently rated as the Number 1 new scripted series among adults aged 18-49 and adults aged 18-34. The High School dramedy has averaged 9.4 million total viewers.
The recording world often sees interesting pairings. The latest newsworthy duet comes via a song called “Rich Girl”. Who sings it? Why the baby-faced Justin Bieber and rapper Soulja Boy. They might come from different musical genres, but the pair reportedly met on iChat, then decided a collaboration was in order. He reminds me of myself,” Soulja Boy told Billboard.
“Rich Girl” is slated to be released as a track on Dr. Dre’s upcoming studio album entitled “Dre”, which should be released sometime in July. Kanye West and Lil Wayne are also expected to contribute to Dre’s album, while powerhouses Beyonce, Eminiem, and Jay-Z are also being sought.
This news comes just one week after Justin Beiber’s appearance on the American Idol stage. We’ve got the video in case you missed it.