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Madonna is the queen of sexual lyrics.
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Ooh Baby: The 13 Best Songs About Sex

Sex and love. Those are two repeat topics in the pop music canon. Some songs about sex and lurve are memorable and go on to become classics. Others are forgettable. These are the ones you can never shake from your memory.

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Kesha pulls off blue beautifully, be it her throwback lipstick look or her new hair hue.
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14 Reasons Kesha Should Be Every Girl's Best Friend

I've been a Kesha (formerly known as Ke$ha) fan girl forever. (She affectionately refers to her fans as animals, because she's an animal lover. And because she's perfect.) I had a crappy morning full of everyday first world problems (which suck, because at least if I had third world problems I'd have a thigh gap) as well as an attempted mugging, so I wasn't in the best mood.

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Sia Furler, aka Sia, will release her new album "1000 Forms of Fear" on July 8.
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These Sia-Inspired Dance Videos Will Crack You Up

Until recently, you may not have known who Sia Furler is. You've heard hits she has penned for Rihanna and Beyonce. But Sia remains behind-the-scenes and off-the-grid, even in her own videos and performances. Sia does, however, inspire some crazy, weird and totally awesome dance videos.

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Who wouldn't want to have A. J., Howie, Nick, Kevin and Brian singing on their big day?

10 Wedding-Worthy Songs By The Backstreet Boys

Those five guys sure knew how to make a girl swoon in the '90s, didn't they? If you're looking for the perfect playlist to start your married life together, consider these retro chart-toppers.

Iggy Azalea in her 'Clueless'-themed video for "Fancy"
Iggy Azalea may love 'Clueless,' but she's not clueless when it comes to sex appeal!
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She's So Fancy! See Iggy Azalea's 10 Most Stunning Instagram Pics

Iggy Azalea is as fancy as they come. The rapper is making her way up the charts thanks to her breakthrough single, "Fancy," blowing up radio. The Australian rapper moved to the states as a teen without her family and truly started from the bottom (unlike Drake, who started on Degrassi). She adopted a Southern drawl, showed off her flow and her curves, worked on her sh-t (her words!) and made it big.