10 Things To Know Now: New One Direction, Bruno Mars SNL Promos + Britney Spears Video Preview

One Direction announce new single, Bruno Mars makes us LOL, and more in 10 Things To Know Now.

1). We are all FREAKING about Beyoncé performing at the Super Bowl XLVII Halftime Show, and now all we can do is speculate… What will she wear?! (MTV Style)

2). Bruno Mars is pulling double duty this week on “Saturday Night Live” as both the host and musical guest, joining in the ranks of previous host-performers Britney Spears, Justin Timberlake, and Taylor Swift. Check out these promos showing off Bruno’s comedy chops. (Idolator)

3). One Direction has announced that the next single off of their upcoming album, Take Me Home (due Nov. 13), will be the Ed Sheeran co-penned  “Little Things.” Trust me, guys: This is a very, very BIG thing. (PopCrush)

4). Britney Spears and will.i.am‘s collabo “Scream & Shout” hasn’t dropped just yet, but Brit tweeted photos from the set, and this DEF looks like a fire duet. (Pink Is The New Blog)

Check out the rest of this week’s 10 Things To Know Now after the jump!

5). Lupe Fiasco claims he’s had an alien encounter. Wow, no wonder he wears shades all the time… he probably doesn’t want to be “flashy thinged” from Men In Black. (RapFix)

6). Shakira may be expecting a baby with soccer player husband Gerard Piqué, but that doesn’t mean she’s gonna stop performing! Here she is performing on stage in Azerbaijan, baby bump on full display! (Pink Is The New Blog)

7). Eminem is celebrating his 40th birthday today. Happy bday Slim Shady!! Here are some of his most famous (and infamous) moments. (MTV News)

8). Frank Ocean just released another very personal note on his Tumblr that requires a little decoding. Luckily, the internet is on the case. (Popdust)

9). Chris Brown cannot leave one space on his body unmarked! He got a lion tattoo on his throat (ouch!). Better you than me, but at least it looks good. (PopCrush)

10). The internet is already calling Gnesa “the next Rebecca Black.” We can’t tell if that’s meant positively or negatively, but you should judge for yourself. (BuzzFeed)

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