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This Trailer for A Very Murray Christmas Reaches Peak Bill Murray

If this doesn't pan out to be a great Christmas special, at least we've got a great cast list for the next Wes Anderson flick. Right?

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Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus at The VMAs: A Case Study in Intersectional Feminism

It all started with the above tweet, in which Nicki Minaj pointed out the fact that the music industry, like much of the greater entertainment industry, shows a definite preference for those adhering to a specific beauty standard.

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We’ve Done It! We’ve Found the Most Bizarre Miley Cyrus “Wrecking Ball” Parody on the Internet!

This is truly a thing of insane beauty.

Miley Cyrus' video for "Wrecking Ball" is already pretty bizarre on it's own, but imagine it dubbed over with the voice of a British man singing about food. The resulting video is crazier than the sum of its crazy parts. We saw it posted on the Facebook page of Mr. B the Gentleman Rhymer, who we suspect is in someway involved.

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The Internet Strikes Again: Play Twerkball on Miley Cyrus’s Booty

The internet can't stop. And it won't stop.

Ladies and gentlemen, the internet strikes again. Just when you thought you were 6000% done with Miley and her twerking antics, we are proud to prove you wrong. A new online game is available for you to play, and it's the greatest cure for your bored Saturday afternoon: Miley's Twerkball.

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The Nicolas Cage Edition of Miley Cyrus’s “Wrecking Ball” is Everything We’ve Ever Wanted [Video]

No, you can't unsee this; but you really won't want to, either.

Miley Cyrus caused controversy earlier this week (surprise!) when she released the Terry Richardson-directed video for her new single, "Wrecking Ball." Despite the lack of twerking, the video does contain hammer-licking, naked swinging, and dust-writhing. But some kind soul decided to super-imposed Nicolas Cage's face onto Miley's body.

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“Twerking” is the Urban Dictionary Word of the Day

Somehow I think this makes it more legitimate than being added to the OED.

The Urban Dictionary has made "Twerking" the word of the day, and I assume it's because of all the press the act of shaking one's butt up and down real fast has gotten since it was added to the Oxford English Dictionary. I actually like the UD's definition better. Even so, I'm pretty sick of typing the word "twerk."

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The History of the Foam Finger, and Why Its Inventor is Mad at Miley Cyrus

I'm sure we can all guess which giant foam finger Miley has prepared in response.

I've heard at sporting matches people put large foam hands over their real fleshy hands to show support for their favorite team. It seems like a strange thing to do. Since foam fingers are in the news now, I thought it would be a good time to look at their history and find out why the inventor is mad at Miley Cyrus. Step into the WayBack, Sherman.

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Miley Cyrus Twerks on Important News Stories So You’ll Pay Attention to Them

Don't you know you're only allowed to talk about what other people on the Internet think is important?

As everyone knows, it's impossible to think about pop culture and foreign news at the same time. Luckily, people keep pointing out that talking about Miley Cyrus's VMA performance makes us all bad people. Real news is happening! What will it take to get you to stop talking about twerking start tweeting about Syria? What it Miley twerks on Syria?

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Slowing Songs Down 800%: It’s Not Just for Justin Bieber Anymore [w/ Six More Songs]

Tampa-based musician Nick Pittsinger (aka Shamantis) has made an earth-shattering discovery: The purpose of Justin Bieber‘s music has been to soothe the sufferings of humankind; we just didn’t know it yet. Pittsinger slowed down Bieber’s recent track “U Smile” by 800 per cent, running it through the “time-stretching” program PaulStretch. The result? An epic 35-minute, ambient song reminiscent of ocean documentaries and Sigur Rós.

Hear the heavens whisper after the break.

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