Videos of the Week: Vampire Weekend Recruits Lil Jon, Justin Bieber's No 'Baby,' 'Glee' Loves Madonna
In this week's top 10 videos that had people buzzing, Vampire Weekend plays tennis with Lil Jon and Joe Jonas, Justin Bieber's "Baby" gets co-signs from Ludacris and Drake, "Glee" gives a first look at its much-hyped Madonna episode, and more.
1) Vampire Weekend Recruits Lil Jon, Joe Jonas
In Vampire Weekend's new clip for "Giving up the Gun," the Ivy Leaguers find some unlikely tennis partners with Lil Jon, RZA, Joe Jonas and Jake Gyllenhaal.
Bonus Music Video: Justin Bieber scores cameos by Drake and Ludacris in the music video for his new single, "Baby." Those new dance moves he's showing off can only mean one thing: all over the world, tweens' heartsare melting right now. (Watch)
2) 'Glee' Shows Love For Madonna
Everyone's favorite high school musical teases its return to TV in April, and for the first time, fans can see what the Madonna-themed episode will look and sound like. The highlight: without a doubt, Jane Lynch wearing a cone bra.
Bonus 'Glee' Tease: Just when you thought this show couldn't be a bigger guilty pleasure, the trailer for the Japanese version of "Glee" features Sumo wrestlers. (Watch)
3) Jay-Z Thanks The Spice Girls
Accepting his BRIT Award for Best International Male, Jay-Z thanks the Spice Girls for "inspiring him." Crazy Spice doesn't seem to know he's kidding.
Bonus 'Jay-Z Plays It Cool' Moment: Chicago Bulls mascot Benny the Bull shakes his tailfeather to 'Single Ladies' right in front of Jay-Z and Diddy at the NBA All-Star game, and the two hip-hop moguls look anything but pleased. Something tells us Benny wouldn't be so brave without that costume. (Watch)
4) Ellen DeGeneres Consoles Angela Martin
The new "American Idol" judge felt so bad when Martin again didn't make the show's top 24, she brought Martin onto her day job so that the Chicago native could share her crazy personal story and perform "Superwoman." That she is.
Bonus 'Idol' Extra: U2/Dave Matthews Band producer Steve Lillywhite launches a campaign for the "American Idol" judging gig, releasing this videotaped stump speech that rivals Perez Hilton's in its total lack of shame. (Watch)
5) Sade Brings 'Love' To Jimmy Kimmel