Buzz Bites (1/28/13): Watch Adam Levine, Kendrick Lamar + The Lonely Island’s ‘YOLO’ From ‘SNL’

Adam Levine hosted “Saturday Night Live,” where he, Kendrick Lamar, and The Lonely Island performed “YOLO.”

+ Watch “Saturday Night Live” host¬†Adam Levine,¬†musical guest Kendrick Lamar (who also performed “Swimming Pools (Drank)” and “Poetic Justice”), and The Lonely Island’s digital short “YOLO,” which ironically preaches to be cautious. (RapFix)

+ Also check out Adam Levine’s monologue from “SNL” where he ends up shirtless because #wowkillerabs, and it also features him being judged (a play on his coach duties on “The Voice”) by Andy Samberg, Cameron Diaz, and Jerry Seinfeld. (Just Jared)

+ Chris Brown and Frank Ocean were reportedly involved in a brawl outside of a recording studio in Los Angeles late Sunday night. While there are conflicting reports of who exactly started the scuffle, no charges have been officially filed. (MTV News)

+ More than 230 people died during a fire at the Kiss Club, a nightclub in the university town of Santa Maria, Brazil, on Sunday. A local band was performing when their pyrotechnics reportedly ignited the ceiling at the club. AP reports many of the victims were under the age of 20. (Rolling Stone)

+ Justin Bieber is filming a concert movie (!), starting with two recent shows in Miami. “Yeah word is out. We are shooting a movie here in Miami. Need u all live tomorrow again!” Justin tweeted after the first of the two filmed shows. (Just Jared)

+ Big ups to One Direction, who took home the 2013 NRJ Music Award for Best International Group on Saturday in Cannes, France. (Just Jared Jr.)

+ Speaking of the NRJ Music Awards, Taylor Swift performed “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” at the event. Not-so-subliminal message for Harry Styles of One Direction? Watch her performance. (Idolator)

+ Morrissey has canceled several shows after reportedly being diagnosed with a bleeding ulcer, though he’s expected to make a full recovery. He plans to resume his tour on Feb. 9 in Las Vegas. (Billboard)

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