Skid Row’s Sebastian Bach transforms into Willie Nelson for new singing competition

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Well now that’s … interesting. 

Sebastian Bach, the former singer of 80s hair band Skid Row, is taking part in a new singing competition on ABC called Sing Your Face Off, and the premise looks interesting to say the least. 

Apparently the contestants, all famous folks, dress up and perform as other famous folks with varying degrees of entertaining results. 

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Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift are apparently having a nice little feud now

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In the high school drama that is Taylor Swift's life, Justin Bieber just upped the anty in the always rolling war of words by sending Taylor a bit of stink eye in the form of a new song he recently released that's supposed to be all about her. 

At least the internet says it's about Taylor, so it has to be true. Just has to be. 

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Blake Shelton defends Miley Cyrus and Justin Bieber

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Who knew Blake Shelton was a Belieber? 

On Tuesday, Blake Shelton had an interesting conversation on Twitter that ended up having him, oddly enough, defending both Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus against the haters.

First off, a guy named L*A*W, a Grammy-nominated guy (not sure for what and I'm too lazy to look), began a conversation about Miley Cyrus' new album only being what it is (debuting at #1) because of her recent twerking and craziness.  

"Miley Cyrus album was only top billing because she twerked on Robin Thicke & swung naked on a Wrecking Ball #FACTS," he tweeted

Lots of people were agreeing with him, but then something interesting happened … Blake Shelton got involved. 

"Billing didn't make her album #1. People paying money for it did," Blake wrote. 

Other fans got involved and Blake countered their arguments with: "You can't sell records with publicity or hype. No matter what anyone says. People buy music because they're moved by the song or artist.."

And then: "Side note: I personally think "Wrecking Ball" is a great song.." 

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