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This is the only Lenny Kravitz video you ever need to see.

Thanks to Neil Cicierega, the guy behind the '90s mixtape "Mouth Sounds," the hit single from 1998 "Fly Away" has been transformed into a new work of art with dragonflies and Milky Ways.

Watch all the way to the end to get to the nutty stuff inside this unexpected treat.

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While her "Frozen" co-star Kristen Bell is taking a more modern approach to Christmas songs, Idina Menzel is sticking with the classics - albeit one of the more controversial classics.

Watch them sing through the mouths of young children - for some reason - in a version of the song that also cuts out the alcohol references and some of the predatory innuendo from the original.

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Is this the new "Dark Side of the Rainbow?"

For some strange reason, Taylor Swift's earworm "Shake It Off" matches up in time with the 1989 Crystal Light National Aerobic Championship Opening video.

You've probably seen this bizarre of the spandex-clad dancers before, but now there's a whole new layer of weirdness and wonder to enjoy.

Via: Nerdist
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Watch out "Jedi bitches." The Dark Side has never been sexier.

Nerdist is out with a new Star Wars parody of the hit song by Meghan Trainor, "All About That Bass" featuring Team Unicorn, Darth Vader cheerleading outfits and dancing storm troopers.

What more could you want, besides maybe a Jedi response via Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda?"



For another sci-fi parody of this song, check out this 'All About That Space' video.

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When he isn't chasing around girls through the woods, Johnny Depp is breaking their hearts on stage with a guitar.

The actor made a surprise guest appearance during Marylin Manson's Halloween show at The Roxy in Los Angeles on Friday during "The Beautiful People."

Via: NPR Music
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T-Pain, the musician who popularized auto-tune to the extent where he even had his own iPhone app for it, is now showing the world in a concert for NPR, that he can in fact sing without the help of technology.

"People felt like I was using it to sound good," T-Pain told NPR. "But I was just using it to sound different."

Based on this performance, he should probably ditch the auto-tune more often.

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