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  • Taylor Swift's New Single: "Blank Space"

    ABC/Lou RoccoYou probably aren't sick of Taylor Swift's two most recent tracks -- "Welcome to New York" and "Out of the Woods" -- just yet, but she's got another single coming down the pike.

    Taylor's record label announced Thursday that her next single from 1989 -- the official follow-up to "Shake It Off" -- will be "Blank Space."  It'll hit radio November 10.

    The song is the second track on 1989, and like "Shake It Off," it's a collaboration with superproducers Max Martin and Shellback.  In the song's lyrics, Taylor pokes fun at her reputation as a serial dater, singing, "You look like my next mistake/Love's a game, want to play?" and "Got a long list of ex-lovers/They'll tell you I'm insane/'Cause you know I love the players/and you love the game."

    "Blank Space" is also the song that inspired the name of Taylor's new perfume Incredible Things -- one of the lyrics is, "I could show you incredible things."

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  • PBS Announces One-Hour Special Honoring Robin Williams

    ABC/Randy Holmes(NEW YORK) -- PBS announced on Thursday that it would release an hour-long special remembering the late Robin Williams on DVD later this year.

    Available Dec. 2, Robin Williams Remembered - A Pioneers of Television Special will include the comedian's last full-length television interview and never-before-seen footage of his comments on life and work. There will also be tributes by those who knew and worked with him and clips from his iconic moments.

    Among the celebrities interviewed for the program are Pam Dawber, Williams' Mork & Mindy co-star, Henry Winkler, Yakov Smirnoff, Louie Anderson, and Whoopi Goldberg.

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  • Ed Sheeran Joins Sam Smith Onstage to Sing ‘Stay With Me': Watch

    There are very few people who don’t like Sam Smith‘s “Stay With Me,” but add Ed Sheeran to the mix and the song rises to a whole other level.

    Ed joined Sam onstage in Manchester on Wednesday night, and the crowd went absolutely insane.

    The duo makes for an incredible performance: Not only were both of their vocals being on point, but their appreciation for the other’s talent is obvious…  Sam can’t stop smiling during Ed’s part.

    Back in June, the redheaded “Thinking Out Loud” singer told BBC 1 that “Stay With Me,” which he beautifully covered for Live Lounge, was his favorite song of the last year.

    “I think it’s an instant classic. It’s going to be around for a long time. [Sam Smith] is going to be around for a long time, as well.”

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