Buzz Bites (6/5/13): Watch 'CMT Music Awards' Tonight With Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift + More

Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift perform at tonight's "CMT Music Awards"; Adam Lambert, LeAnn Rimes flip bird for anti-bullying campaign; Pharrell Williams, Gunplay hit today's "RapFix Live" in this edition of Buzz Bites.

Carrie Underwood is among the artists performing at tonight's "CMT Music Awards."

+ Tune in to one of the biggest nights in music, the "2013 CMT Music Awards," airing tonight at 8 p.m. ET on CMT and Cohosted by Jason Aldean and Kristen Bell, the show features performances by Carrie Underwood, Taylor Swift, Hunter Hayes, and more. (CMT)

+ Adam Lambert and LeAnn Rimes are flipping the bird in photos for an anti-bullying ad campaign called "The New F Word." The "F" stands for "friend," and the campaign features a Friend Movement Benefit concert on July 1. (Just Jared)

+ Make sure to watch "RapFix Live" today at 4 p.m. ET on MTV Jams and to catch Pharrell WilliamsGunplay, and Rittz. Tweet questions for the artists to @MTVRapFix. (MTV News)

Jack White donated $142,000 to pay off Detroit's Masonic Temple back taxes, which saved the landmark from foreclosure. The temple's Cathedral Theater will be renamed The Jack White Theater. (Billboard)

Miley Cyrus just dropped her track "We Can't Stop," and she took to Twitter yesterday to get fans fired up about the video, which will be released next week. "Just watched #wecantstop 1st edit #musicvideo #riDONKulous," she tweeted. (MTV News)

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