Buzz Bites (3/3/10): Lil Wayne, Drake And Jay-Z Rock The Garden

+ Jay-Z had yet another homecoming last night, playing another typically awe-inspiring show at Madison Square Garden—the venue which hosted his Fade To Black concert film and his 9/11 benefit show. Opener Young Jeezy nearly stole the show from the headliner, though. The Atlanta rapper brought out Drake, Nicki Minaj and Lil Wayne, who celebrated his lack of incarceration by performing Young Jeezy's underground hit, "I'm Goin' In." (MTV News)

+ Justin Timberlake's affair with Hollywood continues unabated. The pop star will act opposite Cameron Diaz in the upcoming film Bad Teacher. A couple of things are wrong with this: 1.) We're getting a little annoyed that Justin Timberlake keeps finding movie sets more inviting than recording studios, and 2.) Did anyone notice that Diaz is Justin Timberlake's ex-girlfriend. Jessica Biel can't be cool with this. (Just Jared)

+ The psych-pop kids in MGMT have a new full-length album, Congratulations, out April 13.  And by way of promotion, they've made a snappy infomercial, highlighting all the neat bells and whistles that come with the CD's packaging. (Flavorwire)

+ The Pussycat Dolls tour bus is probably a pretty lonely place these days because the nu-burlesque girl group recently lost more members, Kimberly Wyatt and Ashley Roberts. The pair left the Nicole Scherzinger-led group while they were on tour in England. (PopEater)

+ Idolator have put together a jaw-dropping gallery of the craziest, most passionate, most ornate, most dedicated and, in some cases, most disturbing pieces of fan art they could find. The package includes renderings of Taylor Swift, Jay-Z, Adam Lambert, Kanye West and many more. (Idolator)