Paramore are stunt masters in their new “Still Into You” video, Justin Timberlake goes platinum, and more!
1.) Selena Gomez isn’t just teasing us with 11-second “Come & Get It” previews — she’s also dropping little details of new films! Read up on Selena’s new role in “Rudderless.” (MTV News)
2.) Bust out your “Suit & Tie“: Justin Timberlake’s The 20/20 Experience has gone platinum, selling nearly 1.3 million copies in just two weeks! (Billboard)
3. ) Paramore aren’t just a rock band, they’re also stuntmen! The “Now” singers spilled details on their forthcoming “Still Into You” music video and what it was like performing all their own stunts. We’re officially intrigued! (MTV News)
4.) Brace yourself for some shirtless One Direction scenes in their upcoming 3-D film, “This Is Us,” out in August. This is PRECISELY what 3-D technology was intended for! (MTV News)
Check out the rest of this week’s 10 Things To Know Now after the jump!
5.) We already knew that Daft Punk’s new album Random Access Memories would drop on May 17, but now you can listen to a snippet of the title track on loop… for an hour. The internet is a magical place. (Pretty Much Amazing)
6.) Ke$ha recently admitted that she had “eyeball sex” with Johnny Depp at an L.A. benefit concert. Don’t ask questions, guys. Just nod your heads and smile. (NY Daily News)
7.) Britney Spears’ new Los Angeles Dodgers promo is a home run (and that’s the ONLY sports pun you’ll get from us today). (Pop Justice)
8.) Selena Gomez isn’t the only “Spring Breaker” dropping new music goodies! Sel’s co-star Vanessa Hudgens has a new video teaser out for “$$$ex.” And as you can guess… it’s VERY sexy. (Idolator)
9.) In a recent interview, Tyler, The Creator dished that Justin Bieber rejected a song by the Wolf rapper and Frank Ocean for his Believe album. We’d be SO down to hear that!! (::cough:: leak it ::cough::) (Entertainment Weekly)
10.) Jay-Z announced that he has started his own sports agency, Roc Nation Sports. He may have “99 Problems,” but being bored ain’t one. (Rap Radar)
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