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Disney's 'Tangled' star Mandy Moore on Q TV

http://www.cbc.ca/q Disney's new animated musical 'Tangled' stars singing sensation turned Hollywood star Mandy Moore.

Hollywood Stars Play Ball!

http://www.younghollywood.com Young Hollywood celebs share their rituals and what it takes to "Get to first base" at the Hollywood Star Softball Game. Hosted by Larissa Wohl. Distributed by Tubemogul.

The New Drug (Charlie Sheen)

Mike And Vincent Cyr buy some Charlie Sheen from Tupacs ghost. Beginning music: The uninitiated by Rob Kleiner http://www.robkleiner.com/ Dubstep Track: BIG CHOCOLATE http://soundcloud.com/big-chocolate Ending Star wars music/8 bit theme: William Gannon http://soundcloud.com/williamgannon/sets/music-for-mike-diva-videos/

2010 Dance Off with the Star Wars Stars - Hyperspace Hoopla at Disney's Hollywood Studios

See Darth Vader dancing to Michael Jackson's "Beat It", complete with sequined glove. See Boba Fett and the other Star Wars characters getting down to Lady Gaga, and many hits from the '80s. The highlight of the hilarious Hyperspace Hoopla that concludes each day of Star Wars Weekends at Disney's Hollywood Studios is the Dance-Off with the Star Wars Stars during which Star Wars characters get down to popular music. The 2010 playlist includes: Britney Spears "3" Ke$ha "Blah Blah Blah" Lady Gaga "Telephone" Run DMC "Walk This Way" Madonna "Material Girl" Michael Jackson "Beat It" Lady Gaga "Just Dance" Ludacris "How Low" Pitbull "I Know You Want Me" Taio Cruz "Break Your Heart" Britney Spears "Womanizer" Miley Cyrus "Party in the U.S.A." Pink "So What" Ke$ha "Tik Tok" Michael Jackson "Smooth Criminal" Don't miss our photo gallery of Star Wars Weekends 2010 pictures at http://attractionsmagazine.com and our other Star Wars Weekend videos from this year and past.

Charlie Sheen WINNING at Call of Duty: Black Ops

Now that Charlie Sheen has been fired from Two and a Half Men, he's had plenty of time to play Call of Duty: Black Ops online. An IGN Original.

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