Need To Know: Miley And Madonna Twerk Together

Tonight's 'MTV Unplugged,' plus music videos from Shakira, Rihanna and Kaskade top our must-see stories.

Secrets have been swirling for a few days now, and late last night, the cat officially crawled out of the bag. Miley Cyrus' special guest on tonight's episode of "Unplugged" is none other than the Queen of Pop. Throw in some major music videos and the announcement of a new Frat Pack flick and you've got one exciting Wednesday.

Miley & Madonna Will Twerk Together On 'Unplugged'

Cyrus has been no stranger to the limelight over the past year. A hit album, some record-breaking music videos, a documentary and, tonight, we'll get the most organic glimpse of her as the classic MTV show "Unplugged" returns. Miley belts hits like "Wrecking Ball" and "Adore You" with acoustic backing and raw vocals and, though she might make you cry, she'll definitely make you dance. The special guest appearance of Madonna, who joins Miley for a mash-up of "We Can't Stop" and "Don't Tell Me," promises to rev the engines of "Unplugged." Watch it tonight on MTV at 9 PM E.T./P.T.

Kaskade, Rihanna & Shakira Premiere Music Videos Today

A big day for music videos, we rose at the crack of dawn to peep Kaskade's new one for "

Chance" featuring Project 46. And now we're waiting with baited breath for what's sure to be a sexy four minutes of hip-shaking when Shakira and Rihanna drop the visual accompaniment for their duet, "Can't Remember To Forget You."

Everyone's Invited To The 'Sausage Party'

What's better than a movie featuring Seth Rogen, James Franco and Jonah Hill? How about an animated movie? An animated R-rated movie? Featuring characters voiced by the aforementioned comedians, plus Kristen Wiig and Michael Cera, and the director of "Shrek 2" and "Monsters vs. Aliens"? Well, that's what "Sausage Party" is, the 2015 flick that tells the story of a piece of sausage that falls out of a shopping cart and must adventure back to the shelves by the Fourth of July sale. We know. We're LOLing already.