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What To Watch This Week on TV: A Mae West Classic, 'Under the Dome' Returns - VIDEO

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Check out our weekly guide to make sure you're catching the big premieres, crucial episodes and the stuff you won't admit you watch when no one's looking.

— It's been 200 trips in the hot tamale train. So You Think You Can Dance celebrates its 200th episode with a live performance from this season's top 20 dancers. Paso doble along at home when it airs Wednesday at 8 p.m. on Fox.

More picks and clips, including the safest place to watch fireworks Friday and the return of a Stephen King summer scare, AFTER THE JUMP...

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Ariana Grande's Gay Brother Frankie To Appear on 'Big Brother': VIDEO

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Ariana Granda's gay half-brother Frankie is set to appear in series sixteen of CBSBig Brother.

YouTube personality Frankie told People that he was inspired to audition for Big Brother because he always thought he should have his own reality show.

With a prize of $500,000, Frankie said that he would prefer competing contestants to not know about his 185,000 subscribers on YouTube as it might put an unnecessary target on his back.

Watch Frankie's intro video along with the clip of all the housemates we posted in the Guide to the Tube yesterday, AFTER THE JUMP...

 

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The OXD Mirror: New Music for 12.5.13

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BY OCCUPY THE DISCO / RU BHATT

The OXD Mirror is a weekly music column brought to you by the boys of OCCUPY THE DISCO (OXD), a New York City based collective created by three music lovers, Ru Bhatt, Josh Appelbaum, and Tad Haes, who want to share their love for disco, house and dance music with the world.   

Mighty Mouse - 'In Front of Our Friends (feat. Monarchy) (Disco Mix)

After remixing Monarchy's 'Disintegration' earlier this year, Mighty Mouse has teamed up with the band once again to create this fantastic feel-good tune. With a guitar riff provided by fellow Du Tonc bandmate Matt Van Schie (of Van She) and amazing vocals provided by Monarchy's Ra Black, the song is incredibly catchy, giving it all the elements of a dancefloor filler.

 

Franz Ferdinand - 'Right Action (Liv Spencer Remix)'

Franz Ferdinand made quite the splash on the dance scene by teasing Todd Terje-produced buzz tracks earlier this year in anticipation of their LP, Right Thoughts, Right Words, Right Action. The recently resuscitated band continues to be dancefloor friendly with the album's lead single and title track, which is originally produced by Hot Chip's Joe Goddard & Alexis Taylor. House of House's Liv Spencer turns up the groove with this remix by emphasizing the song's funk factor.

 

Dauwd - 'Heat Division (Tim Goldsworthy Remix)'

UK's Dauwd released 'Heat Division' earlier this year, following up on his 2011 garage-inspired tracks with a more of a techno and house flavor. DFA's Tim Goldsworthy, known for producing epic remixes for the likes of Monarchy, Cut Copy, and Hercules & Love Affair, gives the song a vocal hook that anchors the listener in his dreamy production and also provides a beautiful denouement to the track.

 

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Mika's Video for 'Popular' is Here: WATCH

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Ariana Grande and Mika plot to rid a school of its bullies in "Popular Song", which is a remake of "Popular" from the Broadway show Wicked. Some of the lyrics have been rewritten.

Arjan writes:

"Popular Song" is partly based on "Popular" from the musical Wicked that Mika skillfully incorporated into his own version. In a making-of series on YouTube, Mika explains that the song's original composer Stephen Schwartz came to his studio one day and listened to his second album. "Even though we never wrote together, I sent him an email after meeting to ask if I could play with ['Popular'] a little to change up its meaning," he explains. "I respect him as a songwriter and wanted to make sure he was okay with it."

The song's lyrics describe in not-so subtle terms what it was like for Mika to turn from a misfit into the most popular kid of the class - so to say. "I never was a scholar/You were always popular/You were singing all the songs I don’t know/Now you’re in the front row/Cause my song is popular." It's an important message about the profound effects of bullying that now comes with a playful yet meaningful new video that raises awareness about this issue we should all deeply care about.

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