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Worst Ever Christmas Songs
Yes we all know about Mariah Carey / The Pogues / Wham / Girls Aloud / Slade, so we thought we’d round up the real Christmas, er, ‘classics’.

Be warned, some of these may put you off Christmas for life.

Cascada – Last Christmas
Sadly, it does not go as mental as you would hope.

Los Del Rio - Macarena Christmas
There are simply no words to describe this.

Kate Bush – December Will be Magic Again
Kate's quirkiness almost seems normal in a Christmas setting.

Cheeky Girls - Boys and Girls (Christmas Time Love)
Only Cheeky Girls could turn ‘Summertime Love’ into a Christmas tune. What must Sabrina think?

Destiny’s Child – 8 Days of Christmas
We wonder what Sasha Fierce does at Christmas? Probably kicks reindeers and shags Santa.

Chris Brown – This Christmas
We’d rather Rihanna did one called ‘Please Don’t Stop The Christmas’. How good would that be? Very good, is the answer.

Crazy Frog – Last Christmas
We can only apologise for inflicting this on you. Come back Cascada, all is forgiven

Christina Aguilera – Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas
More ludicrous vocal gymnastics from slaggy Aggy, this time with added sleighbells!

Ch!pz – Christmas Time Is Here
Not a bad attempt at the whole ‘Christmas’ thing, all told. Well done, Ch!pz.

Darlene Love - All Alone on Christmas
Taken from the Home Alone 2 soundtrack. Which makes it doubley Christmassy.

Run DMC – Christmas In Hollis
Features a small dog wearing reindeer antlers. What more do you need?

Hotpantz – Give You One For Christmas
Unutterably bad, but gets included purely for the title.

Billie – Last Christmas
Has anybody NOT covered this song?

Basshunter – Jingle Bells
Good lord, can someone just put us out of our misery now?

Fast Food Rockers – I Love Christmas

Ozzy Osbourne and Jessica Simpson – Winter Wonderland
This is included for sheer ‘What the fuck?’-ness.

S Club 7 – Perfect Christmas
For the outfits.

New Kids On The Block – Funky, Funky Christmas
We are seriously losing the will to live.

Vonda Shepherd – This Christmas
Ally McBeal went really shit towards the end, didn’t it?

Spice Girls – Christmas Wrapping
Remember their Christmas Tesco adverts last year? They soooo hate each other.

Saint Etienne – I Was Born On Christmas Day
In a departure from the rest of the list, we’ve included one that’s Actually Good.

Let us know if we left any 'classics' out!
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Here are some of the performances from last night’s American Music Awards.

Christina Aguilera
with ‘Beautiful’, followed up by ‘Keeps Gettin’ Better’, ‘Genie In A Bottle’, ‘Dirrty’, ‘Ain't No Other Man’, and ‘Fighter’.

Rihanna with ‘Rehab’

Pussycat Dolls with ‘I Hate This Part / When I Grow Up’

Ne-Yo with ‘Miss Independent / Closer’

Pink with ‘Sober’

Beyonce with ‘Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)’

Mariah Carey with ‘I Stay In Love With You’
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Christina Aguilera versus Lady Gaga

All that bleach must have gone to Xtina’s tiny head. In a new interview with the Los Angeles Times, Aguilera hits back at claims that she stole the signature style of fellow singer Lady Gaga, just to sell a few more copies of her Greatest Hits album, Keeps Gettin’ Better.

"What do you say to those on the Internet who are hinting that you borrowed Lady Gaga’s look?
You know, that’s funny that you mention that. This person [Lady Gaga] was just brought to my attention not too long ago. I’m not quite sure who this person is, to be honest. I don’t know if it is a man or a woman. I just wasn’t sure. I really don’t spend any time on the Internet, so I guess I live a little under a rock in that respect.

It’s a shame Christina has to be so bitchy about it. When Blender Magazine asked Lady Gaga about Aguilera's performance at the 2008 Video Music Awards she said, "A lot of people have been saying that she is copying my style with her new song. I guess it bares somewhat of a resemblance but I wouldn't say she is copying me. This type of dance music is becoming more popular and I don't blame her for wanting to make and perform it. Her performance was great and it's [Keeps Getting’ Better] is a hot track."
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Christina Aguilera's best of package 'Keeps Gettin' Better - A Decade of Hits' is out next week. We’re feeling ‘Keeps Getting’ Better’ and ‘Dynamite’. The reworked version of Genie in a Bottle (Genie 2.0) is interesting, but ‘You Are What You Are (Beautiful)’, sounds like a cross between a ringtone and an Air track. Hardly ‘futuristic’.


Genie 2.0

You Are What You Are (Beautiful)

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After following the contestants on the X-Factor for a few weeks now, we’re officially loving Alexandra Burke. Tonight she performed ‘On The Radio’ by Donna Summer and was joined on stage by a troupe of oiled up hot men.

In case you missed her last week’s show, here’s her performance of Christina Aguilera’s Candy Man.
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Two 30 second clips of Christina Aguilera’s new track ‘Dynamite’ and 'You Are What You Are (Beautiful)' (a reworked version of 'Beautiful') have just found their way to the internet. The new songs – following on the electropop sound - will feature on Christina’s greatest hits collection ‘Keeps Getting’ Better: A Decade of Hits’.
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Watch out for Christina in a Cat Woman outfit

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Christina Aguilera on the set of her new video for Keeps Gettin' Better

Here's the first of three teaser clips taking you behind the scenes of the shoot for Christina Aguilera's new video ‘Keeps Gettin' Better’. 


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Etta James created a classic, Christina Aguilera picked the song to show she was vocally more gifted than Britney Spears, and here is Beyonce singing Etta’s signature song to prove she’s a worthy actress in the 'Cadillac Recordss' movie.  Which one is your favourite rendition of At Last?

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Stills from the Lady Gaga video Poker Face
Some stills from the hot new video 'Poker Face' by Lady Gaga

Ms Gaga just released the video for her second official single, Poker Face. It's a bit of a combination of Donatella Versace, Cher and Christina Aguilera (who recently stole GaGa's look for her VMA performance of 'Keeps Gettin' Better) with a lot of leotards thrown in.

Poker Face is one of the best tracks on her album, The Fame, out on October 28th (US). The album is allegedly slated for a UK release 19th of January 2009.  

»   Watch the Poker Face video on YouTube
»   Win a signed copy of Lady Gaga's debut album 'The Fame'
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Christina Aguilera: Keeps Gettin' Better

The album cover for 'Keeps Gettin’ Better - A Decade Of Hits' shows Christina Aguilera's fascination with make up is still very much alive. It's a shame she didn't pay the same amount of attention to the track list; it’s rather short and could have included ‘Can’t Hold Us Down’, ‘Nobody Wants To Be Lonely’ or even some half arsed tracks from ‘Mi Reflejo’.

01. Genie In A Bottle (New Version)
02. What A Girl Wants
03. Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)
04. Lady Marmalade
05. Dirrty (featuring Redman)
06. Beautiful (New Version)
07. Fighter
08. Ain’t No Other Man
09. Hurt
10. Candyman
11. Keeps Gettin’ Better
12. Dynamite
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Pop Kitty crawl the webLady Gaga's response to the Christina Aguilera performance [Perez Hilton]

Rihanna finally releases ‘Breaking Dishes’ as single number 8 [That Grape Juice]

Mariah Carey dumps her manager [Daily Melody]

Paris Hilton wants to duet with Britney Spears on her new album (Paris’ album that is, out later this year!) [MTV UK]

The 100 Greatest, Gayest Albums (of All Time), according to []

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Last night saw the 25th annual MTV Video Music Awards held at Paramount Studios, Hollywood. In order of most anticipated / amazing, here are WAPS’ highlights:
•    Britney Spears didn’t perform, but did win 3 VMAs for her ‘Piece of Me’ video.  Amazingly,  these are the first Moonmen Britney has ever taken home. See her opening sketch with Superbad actor Jonah Hill here.

•   Pink delivered an explosive performance of new single ‘So What’, which was actually even better than the official video.

•    Christina Aguilera was another show-stealer.  Her segment kicked off with an electro version of ‘Genie in a Bottle’, and was immediately followed by a superhero performance of ‘Keeps Getting’ Better’. It’s a shame she was lip-synching, but who knew she was such a good dancer? Her new fringe and electropop sound makes her a carbon copy of Lady Gaga though.  From now on she is known as Christina AguaGaGa.

•    Leona Lewis showed off her crazy voice opening Lil Wayne’s performance.

•    Katy Perry sang a bit of Like a Virgin and Miley Cyrus single handily murdered Like a Prayer.  Why god, why?
•    Rihanna came rolling on to the stage for ‘Disturbia’ and managed to work in a bit of ‘Seven Nation Army’ by the White Stripes. Is it 2003 again already? Great performance, but her vocals were all over the place…


Judge for yourself tonight at 9pm on MTV One (UK).
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Christina Aguilera vs Lady Gaga
Going head to head

Lady Gaga must be FUMING.

Thinking she had her own little niche all carved out, then suddenly Christina Aguilera returns from nowhere with a Richard X meets Goldfrapp electro stomper.  It sounds like a Gaga cut-off, i.e. amazing.  In fact, Kylie, Gwen AND Annie are probably seething as well. This is almost as exciting and unexpected as Britney’s ‘Blackout’ masterpiece.

Clever Christina has clearly realised that electro pop is where it’s at. ‘Keeps Getting Better’ is the promotional single for her best-of album, entitled ‘Keeps Getting Better – A decade of hits’. She is scheduled to perform the song at Sunday’s VMAs.

Let’s hope Xtina doesn’t steal Britney and Gaga’s spotlight – she obviously wants to rectify the damage caused by her indulgent, boredom-inducing ‘Back To Basics’ double album.

Ladies, consider the bar well and truly raised.  

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Queen Gaga
All hail Queen Gaga
The above pretty much sums up Lady Gaga. She’s stylish, eccentric and musically gifted. But if you read WAPS regularly you will already know this: we simply can’t stop talking about her.

‘The Fame’, hopes to be a self-fulfilling prophecy. We’re divided over whether she’ll infiltrate the mainstream, or fall into arty obscurity. Whether staggered release dates will further or hinder her cause remains to be seen.

Earlier this week an album sampler surfaced, featuring songs that Kylie, Scissor Sisters and Gwen Stefani would have killed to feature on their last releases.

Here’s a quick rundown:

Just Dance (feat. Colby O’ Donis)
Just dance… The should-be summer anthem of 2008 – if only they would have released it in the UK (see previous review).

Love Games

Heavy synths, perfect for clubs. ‘Let’s have some fun, this beat is sick, I want to take a ride on your disco stick’. A winner!

Lady Gaga channels Gwen Stefani at her melancholy best on ‘Paparazzi’s stunning chorus. In a just world, this has ‘enormo-hit’ written all over it.

Beautiful, Dirty, Rich
This song showed up on her MySpace profile early on. It reveals a more funky / ballsy side to Gaga - Pink would approve. It’s not as instantaneous as her other work, but it’s growing on us.  Genius piano stabs.

Eh Eh (Nothing Else I Can Say)
A nice mid-tempo electro ballad bringing a more vulnerable side to light. Simple and cutesy lyrics.

Poker Face
And forget the vulnerability, this is a club banger. Great hook; read my po-po-po-poker face…

The Fame
‘We’ve got a taste for champagne and endless fortunes, we live for the fame’ - that’s the way WAPS likes it. We’ve had enough of celebrities complaining about the drag of being famous. Enjoy it while it lasts. Not the strongest track, but a conceptual triumph.

Money Honey
A sassy, pure-pop track. Reminds us of Just Dance.  (A good thing).

Again Again
A BIG 70s-style ballad. The Scissor Sisters ‘Ta dah’ should have been full of this kind of brilliance.

Boys Boys Boys

Never one to sit down, after the ballad there will be dance. This one’s dedicated to boys. Can’t go wrong there.  Ace ace ace, we say.

Brown Eyes
Another ballad, but this one is more 70s Adult Orientated Rock (AOR), which brings back memories of Elton John, Carpenters, Fleetwood Mac…we could go on. It’s v, v good.

Summer Boy
Oh, happy summer pop, with a hint of disco. Think Alphabeat meets Christina Aguilera.

It’s hard to judge an album on 30-second snippets (but we have done anyway). RedOne’s production might get ‘samey’ on the uptempo tracks, but this preview demonstrates enough variety to please a lot of pop fans.

‘The Fame’ is shaping up to be a strong and unique debut, and the world needs to sit up and listen. Records this fun and passionate don’t come along all that often.

All hail Queen GaGa.
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