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Listen To This: She's Just A Black Widow, Baby!

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Diane Warren has done it again!

The legendary hitmaker just wrote an awesome smash for Beyoncé! Well, technically she wrote it for the new movie Beyond The Lights starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw, and Beyoncé must have been busy. Cuz, you know, she's Beyoncé and all.

So, thankfully, Miss Black Widow Rita Ora stepped in and lent her vocals to this hit!

It's like Irreplaceable meets I Was Here!

Check it out above!!!!

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Listen To This: Love Is A Losing Game

Paloma Faith is cut from the same cloth as Adele, yet her new single is something Amy Winehouse would have released if she were still with us!

It's bittersweet and bouncy with a throwback vibe and KILLER vocals! There is real feeling here!


It was written by Diane Warren, who has written more hit songs than we can count!

Check out the specialness of Only Love Can Hurt Like This above!

Then CLICK HERE to listen to more music from Paloma Faith!

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Taylor Swift's Writing Pal Ryan Tedder Spills Deets On Her New Album & Will Have You Believing In Her Songwriting Skillz!

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We love it when insiders dish delicious deets!

One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder has been working on music for Taylor Swift's highly anticipated new album - and he's ready to reveal how the singer really is inside the writer's room…

She's fabulous, ferosh, and flawlessly talented!

In a new interview, Ryan explained that Tay is a true songstress prodigy:

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Cher's Not Happy Burlesque Was Snubbed By The Academy

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Say what you will about the film, but you have to admit - the music was really good.

Cher took to her Twitter Tuesday to share her disappointment over Burlesque not getting nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song. She tweeted to her followers:

"We didn't get a nomination 4 best song! That sucks! Diane's song is so beautiful. It's hard to understand how u win. The Golden Globe 4 BEST SONG & not even get nominated by the OSCARS? Oh well it is..what it is ,,,,the sun is still shining !"

You Haven’t Seen The Last Of Me is a lovely song and we hope Diane Warren, the extraordinary songwriter, knows she did a wonderful job, but it just wasn’t her year.

But no worries! We doubt very much that this will be the last we hear from Diane. A virtuoso like her has thousands of more songs to write and numerous more accolades to receive.

Don’t let this get you down, bb! There’s always next year!

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Justin Bieber Collaborating With MORE Amazing Songwriters For Never Say Never 3D


There is some SERIOUS talent working on this one, and we doubt that they're going to disappoint!

Ester Dean, the Grammy-nominated songwriter best known for penning Katy Perry's Firework, Rihanna's What's My Name, and Usher' Hottie Tottie, recently revealed that she recently finished up a collaboration on a track with Justin Bieber, set to appear on the soundtrack for his new movie, Never Say Never 3D!

She said:

"I first met Justin with Usher at an 'American Idol' event. He was like, 'Oh my God … I'm such a fan of your songwriting!' And I'm like, 'You're a fan? [laughs] I'm a fan of your music!' He's a very talented guy. He was very easy to work with and was very nice. We just finished up some music for the new movie he has coming out. I can't get too much into it. I don't want to give too much away. [Laughs] But it's going to be great. I've worked on all different types of music. Take Katy Perry … I've been wanting to collaborate with her since I heard 'I Kissed A Girl.' And I found out later that Katy wanted to work with me! So we did 'Firework' and 'Peacock' and wrote the lyrics together on both songs."

Damn! Between this and the news of Bieber's collaboration with Diane Warren, we're basically secured TWO surefire hits!

We cannot WAIT to hear these!

We're getting the feeling that another case of Bieber fever is going to strike us down - and HARD!



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Dianne Warren Writes New Justin Bieber Track For Never Say Never 3D!


Wow! We smell a MASSIVE hit on its way!

Critically acclaimed songwriter Diane Warren - who most recently penned the Golden Globe winning track, You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me, sung by Cher in Burlesque - has been tapped to pen the theme song for the upcoming Justin Bieber 3D movie, Never Say Never, called Born To Be Somebody!

She reveals:

"It's a beautiful song. That’s a good age difference between Cher and Justin — 40 years!"

No kidding!

But she's proved to be a more than capable song writer, so obviously, it's an HONOR that she'd want to work the pint-sized pop star!

We cannot WAIT to hear what this song ends up sounding like!

Let's hear it, bb!

What do U think?? Do U want to hear Bieber's new track??

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Cher Talks New Music!

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The amazing Cher reveals that she is in the beginning stages of starting her next album!

She's working with songwriter Diane Warren who also wrote one of Cher's big numbers in the upcoming Burlesque, "You Haven't Seen The Last Of Me."

Cher says of the album:

"It really won't be Believe-ish. It will be more…I don't know how to say it. I can't put a genre to it. It's a little bit more real instruments, like guitars and stuff like that. I just got some of the songs and I'm just learning [them] so I'm kind of at that beginning stage where you're taking baby steps."

Whatever it is, it will be fabulous!

We can't wait!

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