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Beyonce and Jay Z are under fire for some questionable lyrics in their new collaboration "Drunk in Love," and it's not Jay Z's line about "breasteses for breakfast." The UK radio station Bang Radio is editing out a verse in which Jay Z raps, "Now eat the cake, Anna Mae / I said eat the cake, Anna Mae." The line references a scene in the Tina Turner biopic What's Love Got to Do With It, in which Ike Turner forces Tina to eat cake (Tina Turner's birth name is Anna Mae Bullock). According to Bang Radio, "The lyrics controversially imitate a scene of severe domestic violence within the film, displaying promotion of domestic violence against women... In this light Bang [refuses] to play the song lyrics from henceforth on our station."
 

Lady Gaga has been removed from a Chinese government blacklist, allowing her chart-topping new album ARTPOP to go on sale legally in China. But Chinese censors have placed conditions on the album art, inflating a large ball between her legs to cover more of the naked singer's body and adding a pair of black tights to the singer's bare legs. Officials also changed one song title, transforming "Sexxx Dreams" to "X Dreams." In China, the pop diva's songs had been on a blacklist since 2011, when the Culture Ministry deemed her work to be "creating confusion in the order of the online music market, and damaging the nation's cultural security."



The Wanted, announced yesterday that they'll be taking a break. The quintet posted a statement to their website that said they "have collectively decided to take time to pursue personal endeavours following the tour’s conclusion. The band wants to stress to their fans that they will continue on as The Wanted and look forward to many successful projects together in the future." The band is scheduled to tour throughout the spring, with their last concert date listed at May 17. 



In honor of this weekend's 56th Grammy Awards, Billboard's listed the 10 best Grammy performances from 2000-2013:
  1. Pink, "Glitter in the Air" (2010)
  2. Eminem & Elton John, "Stan" (2001)
  3. Jennifer Hudson, "I Will Always Love You" (2002)
  4. Melissa Etheridge & Joss Stone, "Cry Baby" (2005)
  5. T.I., Jay Z, M.I.A., Lil Wayne, & Kanye West, "Swagga Like Us" (2009)
  6. Lady Gaga & Elton John, "Speechless"/"Your Song" (2010)
  7. Kanye West & Daft Punk, "Stronger" (2008)
  8. Radiohead & the USC Marching Band, "15 Step" (2009)
  9. Gorillaz, Madonna & De La Soul, "Feel Good Inc."/"Hung Up" (2006)
  10. Adele, "Rolling in the Deep" (2012)

PRIME TIME TV

Community on NBC (Abed plans an epic going-away party as Troy prepares to leave Greendale; a fun game transforms into a high-stakes competition)

The Michael J. Fox Show on NBC (Mike fights for a chance to cover the Olympics in Sochi, Russia; Eve enters a beauty pageant just to bother Mike and Annie but ends up taking it seriously; Leigh thinks her apartment is haunted)

American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls audition in Atlanta)

Rake on Fox (When Keegan agrees to enter a plea of guilty for a confessed serial killer, he gets involved in a battle between the accused and the mayor of Los Angeles; Keegan receives $15,000 of fish as payment from a client)

The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Katherine remembers the night she gave birth to a baby girl who was immediately taken away; Stefan spreads the news about Katherine's health; Caroline indulges in some scandalous behavior)

Winter X Games on ESPN (LIVE .. From Aspen, Colo)

Anger Management on FX (Charlie seeks his prison group's help when his partying ways result in him getting arrested)

Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (Seven designers compete to impress the mentors; the mentors must battle to impress the designers)

iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (Magnus defends the TNA World Title against Sting; Kurt Angle vs. Bobby Roode in a Steel Cage; James Storm vs. Gunner)

Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (An RV journey with an Animal Safari, wild animals, a children's museum and a candy shop. The girls' first surf lesson; alone time.)
 

LATE NIGHT TV

David Letterman: Spike Jonze, No Age

Jay Leno: Rep. John Boehner, Matt LeBlanc, Dorian Holley

Jimmy Kimmel: Kim Kardashian, Sean Lowe & Catherine Giudici

Craig Ferguson: Martha Plimpton, Sarah Jarosz

Jimmy Fallon: Jonah Hill, Dick Cavett

Carson Daly: Hudson Valley Ballers, Steph Green, Sirah

Daily Show: Anjan Sundaram

Colbert Report: Patricia Churchland

Chelsea Lately: Timothy Olyphant, Michael Yo, Jamie Lee, Ross Mathews

Conan O'Brien: Wayne Gretzky

Arsenio Hall: Aaron Eckhart, Gabourey Sidibe, Biz Markie



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