Miranda Lambert And Carrie Underwood Debut ‘Somethin’ Bad’ Video, Sarah Jessica Parker Is Headed Back To TV, And More

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Happy Thursday! Before you call in sick with a debilitating case of Word Cup fever, take a look at these morning headlines. Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood debut a new video, Ariana Grande resurrects Total Request Live, and Sarah Jessica Parker may be returning to television. Those stories and more in today’s morning headlines!

1. Something good out of “Somethin’ Bad.” Miranda Lambert and Carrie Underwood’s brand new video “Somethin’ Bad” premiered yesterday. You can take your first look at the country collaboration below! [CMT]

 

2. Demi Lovato posted yet another teaser for her upcoming music video “Really Don’t Care.” In case you “really do care,” Demi Lovato’s “Really Don’t Care” debuts later this evening. [E Online]

3. “Panem today, Panem tomorrow, Panem forever.” While not a traditional movie trailer, President Snow has delivered a new video message that we’re sure you’ll want to watch. The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1 arrives in theaters November 21st. [Hit Fix]

4. TRL is going TAL. For one night only, Ariana Grande is bringing back former MTV staple Total Request Live with Total Ariana Live, hosted by MTV News’ Sway Calloway. Grande will debut her new single, perform a stripped down version of “Problem,” and make a surprise announcement. Total Ariana Live will air Wednesday, July 2 at 7 p.m. [MTV]

5. Sarah Jessica Parker may be returning to television. SJP has signed on to star in Busted: A Tale of Corruption and Betrayal in the City of Brotherly Love. The pilot, which is being shopped to multiple networks, will be directed by The Devil Wears Prada’s David Frankel. [BuzzFeed]

6. New television series will arrive in a flash! The CW released their fall television schedule yesterday. When does your favorite CW series return? Find out over at Just Jared! [Just Jared]

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