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Miley Cyrus, Carrie Underwood Special Christmas Songs- Adam Lambert Uninvited- Beyonce Plans New CD- Donny Osmond Wins Dancing- Justin Bieber Injured and more


11/25/2009
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With a lineup that includes Miley Cyrus, Carrie Underwood, Colbie Caillat and Sean Kingston, the seventh "A Very Special Christmas" Special Olympics benefit album has a younger audience in its crosshairs. On the new set, which was released Monday (November 23), Cyrus sings "Rockin' Around the Christmas Tree" in Hannah Montana mode, Underwood delivers "Hark! The Herald Angels Sing"

Adam Lambert's racy American Music Awards performance cost him a gig on "Good Morning America," but he will perform live instead on ABC's morning rivals at CBS. more In the meantime you can check out the premiere of Adam Lambert's "For Your Entertainment" video here

During the last U.K. stop of her "I Am..." tour at the Trent FM Arena in Nottingham, England, Beyonce announced that she plans to release a new album next year. more

Donny Osmond danced his way to victory on Tuesday, winning the 9th season of the ABC television show "Dancing With the Stars". Proving old people can still get down. more

Justin Bieber has broken his foot when performing as Taylor Swift's supporting act at London's Wembley Arena on November 23. "In the last song ONE TIME I tripped over something on stage coming down the ramp and felt my ankle roll in a very bad way," he tweeted. more

50 Cent has settled his lawsuit against Taco Bell, where the Rapper claimed the chain was using his name without permission in an ad campaign more



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