One Direction took home the most music-related surfboards at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards.
+ At last night's Teen Choice Awards, One Direction scored four surfboards (including Choice Music Group), Demi Lovato won three awards (including Choice Female Artist), and Selena Gomez nabbed three herself (including Choice Breakup Song). Congrats, y'all! See the complete winners list. (MTV News)
+ Other highlights from the night include Demi rocking "Made In The USA" live, One Direction dropping their "Best Song Ever," and "Glee"'s Lea Michele giving a poignant acceptance speech for Choice TV Comedy Actress, which she dedicated to her late boyfriend, Cory Monteith. (MTV News)
+ Speaking of "Glee," the show's own Naya Rivera premiered her new single, "Sorry" featuring boyfriend Big Sean, on Los Angeles' Power 106 radio station. Listen to the single, which is a sorta sorry-not-sorry diss on a boyfriend's ex for becoming "his number one lady." (RapFix)
+ During her final opening set on Justin Bieber's Believe Tour, Ariana Grande brought out surprise guest Nathan Sykes from The Wanted to duet "Almost Is Never Enough." Check out acoustic versions of "Baby I" and "The Way" from a recent radio promo stop. (Idolator)
+ Following M.I.A.'s threat to personally leak her much-anticipated (and long-awaited) fourth studio album, Matangi FINALLY has a release date. The record, which gets its title from her given name, Mathangi, will arrive Nov. 5. (Pitchfork)
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