10 Things To Know Now: Britney Channels Adam Lambert, Snoop Raps With A Puppet + Salsa Dog!

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1.) While Tamar was down at SXSW scarfing breakfast tacos and rocking out in a karaoke cab, I was here in New York, where it was cold. Luckily, NPR got my back, and I've been exhausting their archive of free, streaming live SXSW performances all day, every day. (NPR)

2.) Confession: The first time I saw Rebecca Black's "Friday" video, I thought it was Demi Lovato's long-lost seventh cousin or something. They look vaguely alike, right? Anyway, there might be beef a-brewin' between Demi, Selena Gomez and Rebecca Black. (Hollywood Life)

3.) Snoop Dogg did a music video with Air New Zealand spokespuppet Rico, who is a ... squirrel? A badger? Do they have badgers in New Zealand? Anyway, some NSFW language at the end, kids. (Idolator)

4.) Cults, whose chillwave jam "Go Outside" served as the soundtrack to our latest Supervideo starring Emma Roberts and Dave Franco, are streaming three songs off of what I guess is their upcoming album (?). Whatever it is, it's gorgeous and demands a listen -- or a dozen. (Cults)

5.) Drew Barrymore is thanked in the liner notes of Radiohead's latest self-released album King Of Limbs. Girl must play a mean cowbell. (Spinner)

6.) We've known saucer-eyed beauty Amanda Seyfried can carry a tune since she starred in movie-musical "Mamma Mia!" Now she's covering Sam The Sham And The Pharaohs' classic song "L'il Red Riding Hood," because duh, she currently stars in "Red Riding Hood." (Nylon)

7.) In case you missed it, Britney Spears tweeted a pic of herself on the set of her upcoming video, "Till The World Ends." The photo sparked somewhat of a debate over here at Buzzworthy HQ: Doesn't the studded leather jacket make Brit Brit look a bit like Lady Gaga and/or Adam Lambert? (Twitter)

8.) Our friends over at MTV Hive interviewed Sammy Hagar, the legendary second frontman of Van Halen AND, more interestingly, an alien abductee. He says, "It was real. [Aliens] were plugged into me. It was a download situation. This was long before computers or any kind of wireless [...] it was like, 'F***, they downloaded something into me!' Or they uploaded something from my brain, like an experiment. " (MTV Hive)

9.) The Chemical Brothers, whom we haven't heard from in a minute, have scored the upcoming adventure-thriller film "Hanna," and people are calling the soundtrack the best album from the Brothers in a decade. If the track "The Devil Is In The Beats" is any indication, we're apt to agree. (SoundCloud)

10.) This salsa-dancing dog is a better dancer than everyone. (BuzzFeed)