March Madness, Justin Bieber And Christina Aguilera: This Week's Deep Cuts
Here in the MTV Newsroom, we’ve spent the past week suffering from various types of madness (as in March) and fever (meaning Bieber). It’s been a busy week, and it will stay busy, as voting continues on MTV News’ Musical March Madness tournament and we are still on the ground in Miami for the 2010 Winter Music Conference. so before you run out to see “Hot Tub Time Machine,” cheer on the continued success of Butler, root for Shane Carwin to destroy Frank Mir at UFC 111 or watch Shawn Michaels take on the Undertaker at WrestleMania, check out everything you might have missed.
» Voting for the second round of MTV News’ Musical March Madness continues through Sunday evening (March 28). keep pushing your favorite artists into the Sweet 16!
» The hottest names in electronic music are still in Miami for WMC 2010, and so is MTV News.
» We celebrated the release of Justin Bieber’s My World 2.0 this week, and we brought you all manner of Bieber-related material, including proof that he may supplant Steve Nash as the world’s greatest Canadian basketball player.
» “American Idol” soldiered on, featuring chart-topping songs, the end of the Paige Miles era and a whole lot of Miley Cyrus.
» Speaking of Miley, she’s about done with the record industry (for now, at least).
» this weekend, the stars of the WWE will descend on University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, Arizona for WrestleMania, and David Otunga things Batista will defeat John Cena.
» “Dancing with the Stars” kicked off this week, and though we still have got nothing but love for Buzz Aldrin, his first performance was a little problematic.
» Christina Aguilera showed off the cover art for her new album Bionic, which reminded us of at least one monster from “Dr. who.”
» Finally, when the news came down that Rihanna and Travis Barker had been working together (the Blink-182 drummer is teaching the singer how to play the drums), we went ahead and mashed them up. You’re welcome, audience.
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