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Music Video Most Likely to Be Mistaken for a Festive Gap Ad: Pharrell, ''Marilyn Monroe''
With its bubblegum winter wonderland-meets-primary colored flash mob vibe, it could have sold the hell out of some 1969-style pants. And that's without even mentioning the army of colorful Arby's hats and...Kelly Osbourne?
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Music Video Most Likely to be Mistaken for Fascist Agitprop:Nicki Minaj, ''Only''
The controversy-baiting video, with Nazi symbolism that agitated the Anti-Defamation League, prompted a swift apology from Minaj herself, though director Jeff Osborn refused to issue a mea culpa, insisting, ''I think its actually important to remind younger generations of atrocities that occurred in the past as a way to prevent them from happening in the future.''
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Best Made-up (or Is It??) Secret Agency, per Saturday Night Live The Beygency
Citizens who dare to speak out against Queen Bey, you have been warned (or have you?).
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Best Made-up (or Is It??) Medication, per Saturday Night Live:Swiftamine
Adults who've been traumatized by the discovery that they enjoy Tay's music have found a cure (or have they?).
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The Album Everybody Wanted for Free and Couldn't Have:Taylor Swift, 1989
Ironically, Swift's dust-up with Spotify meant fans would have to get their music the same way people did 25 years ago—by paying for it.
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The Album Nobody Wanted for Free But Got Anyway:U2, Songs of Innocence
On the heels of a massive iTunes partnership announcement, the automatic download of the Irish rockers' latest resulted in both a ''Sorry 'bout that'' from frontman Bono and a pop-up website from Apple instructing users how to delete the album from their libraries.
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Most Committed Performance by André 3000:Jimi: All Is by My Side
Chris Nashawaty wrote, ''André Benjamin, from OutKast, is perfect as Jimi Hendrix, nailing his look (the teased-out nimbus of hair and groovy Carnaby Street threads) as well as his space-cadet cadences, his selfish dark side, and the way he comes alive on stage.''
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Least Committed Performance by André 3000:Coachella
During his reunion with OutKast partner Big Boi, EW's reporters on the scene commented that anyone who ''expected the OutKast Super Fun-Fun Happy Hour?might have been gravely disappointed.''
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Least Sensical Rhetorical Question, Pt. 1Nico & Vinz's ''Am I Wrong''
We don't know. Are you?
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Least Sensical Rhetorical Question, Pt. 2DJ Snake and Lil Jon's ''Turn Down for What''
It's basically the frat-hop version of Meat Loaf's ''but I won't do that.'' What is that?! What is what?