Buzz Bites (4/25/12): Jack White Tapped To Score ‘The Lone Ranger’ Film

+ On the heels of Jack White‘s solo debut release of Blunderbuss yesterday comes the announcement that he has been tapped for his first film score. He’ll write, produce and perform the soundtrack to the forthcoming “The Lone Ranger,” starring Johnny Depp. The film will be released next year. (MTV News)

+ Justin Bieber has penned a song about the dropped paternity case against him, and it appears on Believe. He told the BBC among the songs’ inspirations was “that girl — Mariah Yeater — who said she was going to have my baby,” adding: “I wrote about that situation.” Believe drops June 19. (MTV News)

+ The Wanted may have upcoming collabs with Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, the group revealed during last night’s “MTV: The Wanted.” ”We talked about it, and we have a song that we think he’d sound great on,” Jay McGuiness teased. And Siva Kaneswaran added, ”We’ve talked to Chris Brown as well, which would be really good.” (MTV News)

+ Watch Snoop Dogg give props to the late Dick Clark in his recent episode for his “GGN” series. He credits Clark for going to bat for him with ABC, when they apparently didn’t want Snoop to perform “Gin and Juice” on “American Music Awards.” (Rap-Up)

+ We hoped Nicki Minaj wouldn’t keep her Twitter freeze-out going too long, and nine days later, it looks like she’s back. She has not yet tweeted since her return. (MTV News)

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