The week was only four days long, but it ended up being one of the busiest weeks in the history of the MTV Newsroom blog. It's easy to see why, as we had constant updates from the ground in Haiti, tracked the end of the war between Conan O'Brien and NBC and caught up with Nick Jonas, Rivers Cuomo and Prince. Before you speed out to see "The Tooth Fairy" or crank up your copy of the performance's from "Hope for Haiti Now" (available on iTunes for $7.99), check out the links below for anything you might have missed this week.
» If you haven't been following along with all of the reports from student volunteer Alison Smith and the MTV News team in Haiti, be sure to check out all of their dispatches to get a sense of what's going on in Haiti and what still needs to be done.
» Conan O'Brien had his final week as the host of "The Tonight Show," so we looked back at O'Brien's best moments from his seven month run on the show.
» Also, now that Conan doesn't have a television home, he should know that the invitation to work at MTV is open.
» The audition episodes of "American Idol" soldiered on, but the mass of mediocre performers sent to Hollywood forced Jim Cantiello to coin the term "Golden Picket."
» The lineup for this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival was released, and we've already decided who we're excited about (Sly and the Family Stone) and who we're not (Echo and the Bunnymen).
» Justin Bieber released a new single featuring Ludacris, which ranks up there with Mudhoney and Sir Mix-A-Lot on the awesomely absurd collaborations scale.
» Comedian and hardcore hip-hop fan Aziz Ansari premiered his new stand-up special and album, which includes a great bit about hanging with Kanye West.
» Rivers Cuomo and Weezer returned to the road this week following last month's bus accident, and the brought along Hayley Williams from Paramore for a run through a classic.
» We visited Cold War Kids in the studio, where they treated us to a performance of "Santa Ana Wind."
» This week would have been late hip-hop legend Jam Master Jay's 45th birthday, and we got a deeply personal remembrance from friend Eric "Shake" James.
» Finally, enjoy what's left of the football playoffs this weekend. We'll be rooting for the Jets and Vikings so the Jersey-born Nick Jonas can square off against purple enthusiast and Minneapolis native Prince.