Lady Gaga and R. Kelly got super, er, "cozy" on the "SNL" stage.
+ Watch a clip of Lady Gaga and R. Kelly's "Do What U Want" performance on "Saturday Night Live," where the two (pretty much) re-enact the sexed-up lyrics word for word. (MTV News)
+ In addition to serving as "SNL"'s musical guest (performing "Gypsy," too), Gaga hosted as well. She poked fun at herself in the "Waking Up With Kimye" sketch and even playfully parodied the whole "reductive" controversy between Madonna's "Express Yourself" and "Born This Way." (MTV News)
+ Kanye West will premiere his video for "Bound 2" on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" tomorrow. The show's website hints that the clip "may or may not" feature 'Ye's fiancée, Kim Kardashian. (Billboard)
+ In other Kanye news, the rapper visited Harvard yesterday to speak at its Graduate School Of Design. "I really believe the world can be saved through design," he said. Yeezy also gave the lucky attendees tickets to his concert. (Pitchfork)
+ Speaking of college and rock stars, Rutgers University will soon offer a course called "Bruce Springsteen's Theology." The course will explore "Springsteen's reinterpretation of biblical motifs" through the study of themes on his albums. (Billboard)
+ Watch Ariana Grande cover Justin Bieber's "Be Alright." She captioned the video, "1 of my favs from Believe. Hope you enjoy X." (Just Jared Jr.)
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Carrie Underwood donated $1 million to the Red Cross for Oklahoma tornado relief efforts.
+ Oklahoma native Carrie Underwood donated $1 million to help her home state's tornado recovery efforts. "With the help of my fans who attended my concerts over the past year, we can offer the Red Cross a little extra help in comforting those affected by the recent tornadoes," she said in a statement. (E!)
+ Who wouldn't love to have Beyoncé as their stylist? Teaming up with Rent The Runway (where you can rent designer outfits for lower prices), she's handpicked her fave outfits to style you the Bey way, which are available at "The Beyoncé Boutique." (MTV Style)
+ Grab Birdman and Rick Ross' free mixtape, The H: The Lost Album Vol. 1. Hosted by DJ Khaled; the mix has been in the works since 2008. (RapFix)
+ Kendrick Lamar is speaking out against the use of Molly, the drug that's found its way into several rap lyrics. In his "B**** Don't Kill My Vibe" video, the words "Death To Molly" flash at the end of the clip. "You may have certain artists portraying these trends and don't really have that lifestyle and then it gives off the wrong thing," he told MTV News. (MTV News)
+ Check out the trailer for Ridley Scott's fan-generated Bruce Springsteen film. "Springsteen & I" comprises film footage submitted by fans and includes concert clips. It hits theaters on July 22. (Billboard)
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