Buzz Bites (7/14/11): Celebs Tweet Their Praises For Demi Lovato's 'Skyscraper'

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+ After dropping "Skyscraper," just two days ago, Demi Lovato's newest single is already No. 1 on iTunes. And celeb fans are loving the record. Katy Perry, Kelly Clarkson, Pete Wentz and Selena Gomez have all tweeted their praises for the emotional song. (Idolator)

+ As you might have suspected, Blink-182's Mark Hoppus is pumped for fans to hear their new single, "Up All Night," dropping tomorrow, June 15. "[The song] contains elements of everything we've done in Blink-182 and pushes further than we've gone before." (MTV News)

+ Nicole Scherzinger released the cover art for her latest single, "Wet," and it's not nearly as suggestive as you might think. In fact, we might even call it conservative. (That Grape Juice)

+ In case you missed it, Rap-Up has the entire Nicki Minaj E! special for your viewing pleasure. Check it out to hear Nicki speak about her childhood, attending a performing arts high school and finally getting signed to Young Money. (Rap-Up)

+ Nick Jonas answered a few questions from the press before he hit the batting cages to practice for the 2011 Taco Bell All-Star Legends & Celebrity Softball Game. That's great and everything, but all I'm thinking is, "Why isn't this dude my BF?" (Just Jared Jr.)

+ After costar Mila Kunis was invited to the Marine Corps ball via a YouTube video, now Justin Timberlake is getting the same treatment. Corporal Kelsey De Santis, the only female at the Martial Arts Center for Excellence, extended an invite to JT. Serve your country and go! (Just Jared)

+ "I was a tweetaholic," John Mayer said as to why he quit the social networking site. "[Twitter] started to make my mind smaller and smaller and smaller. And I couldn't write a song." At least he probably won't be caught in a Twitpic scandal any time soon. (Rolling Stone)