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Nick Jonas' new video co-star? The "Bonus Jonas"

Kevin WongBack in the days of the Jonas Brothers, fans used to refer to the youngest brother Frankie, who wasn't in the group, as the "Bonus Jonas." Well, now Frankie's the guest star in big bro Nick's new video.

The clip is for "Remember I Told You," Nick Jonas' collaboration with Mike Posner and British singer Anne-Marie, who sings lead on Clean Bandit's hit "Rockabye."  It shows Nick, Mike and Anne-Marie dancing around in a small, empty white room, where they're joined on and off by various dancers, and by Frankie, who's playing guitar. 

The three singers dance around and do goofy things like ride around in shopping carts and cover each other in packing peanuts, as the clip switches from black-and-white to color.  In a behind-the-scenes video, Nick says he wanted a "clean and sexy" look to match the simple beat of the track.

Mike and Nick first wrote "Remember I Told You" when Mike was opening for Nick and Demi Lovato on their joint tour. Nick then discovered Anne-Marie's music during a trip to the U.K. and asked her to join them on the track.

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Train tour news: Twitter live stream, Wine & Music experience and more

Kevin Mazur/Getty ImagesIf you couldn't get tickets to see Train during their current Play that Song tour, just fire up your computer or mobile device Thursday night and check out what you've been missing.

That night, the band will be live streaming their show from Indianapolis exclusively on Twitter.  It starts at 9:10 p.m. ET.

In other Train tour news, on Wednesday night, the band is playing a free show in Cleveland, OH to make up for the fact that during their show there over the weekend, fans who had lawn seats were unable to hear the entire concert due to sound problems. 

A statement on Train's website reads, "This show is exclusively for those of you who paid for lawn tickets and experienced sound issues the other night...while the issues were beyond our control, we still want to make things right...We can’t wait to show you guys a good time."

Finally, Train has announced that for the final show of the Play that Song tour at the Gorge Amphitheater in George, Washington, their good friend Michael Franti will join the bill, along with the tour's usual opening acts, O.A.R. and Natasha Bedingfield. 

The July 15 show is being billed as the "Play that Song Wine & Music Experience" and will feature more than 40 hand-selected wines from more than 20 wineries on site for fans to try.

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Jennifer Lopez, Charlie Puth, Sheryl Crow join "Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular"

NBC UniversalThe lineup for this year's Macy's 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular just got even more star-studded.

In addition to previously announced performers Hailee Steinfeld and country superstars Lady Antebellum and Brad Paisley, Jennifer Lopez, Sheryl Crow and Charlie Puth will also be celebrating Independence Day on the NBC special.

This year's show, which airs Tuesday, July 4 at 8 p.m. ET/PT, will feature more than 60,000 shells launched from five barges all over Manhattan, making it the country's largest fireworks display in over a decade.

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Drake dubbed "more than a of our generation" by Justin Bieber

Ethan Miller/Getty Images via ABCPop icon Justin Bieber recently gave Drake a major compliment on Instagram, writing on the social media platform that the rapper is, "More than a rapper, a culture shifter and of our generation."   

The Biebs' message was written this Monday, which was also the same day Drizzy emceed the first-ever NBA Awards in New York City. 

Justin and Drake, who both hail from Canada, have collaborated only once for their 2012 song "Right Here." Bieber also remixed Drake's hit single "One Dance" last year. 

Both are featured vocalists on DJ Khaled's latest album Grateful.  

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Camila Cabello to open for Bruno Mars: "I'm geeked!"

John Shearer/Getty Images via ABCCamila Cabello has landed an amazing gig: she'll be opening for none other than Bruno Mars.

"SO EXCITED TO BE OPENING FOR @BRUNOMARS THIS SUMMER!! every night I'm gonna be peering out from side stage trying to learn as much as I can," she tweeted.

She added, "For years I've looked up to Bruno as a vocalist, musician, entertainer and artist, so..... im geeked."

Camila also shared a tweet with a video that announces exactly which shows on Bruno's 24K Magic tour she'll be opening.  They start July 20 in San Jose, California and wrap up August 22 in Pittsburgh.

Here are Camila's dates with Bruno:

7/20 -- SAP Center At San Jose San Jose, CA
7/21 -- SAP Center At San Jose San Jose, CA
7/23 -- Moda Center Portland, OR
7/24 -- Tacoma Dome Tacoma, WA
7/26 -- Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
7/27 -- Rogers Arena Vancouver, BC
7/30 -- Rogers Place Edmonton, AB
7/31 -- Rogers Place Edmonton, AB
8/02 -- MTS Centre  Winnipeg, MB
8/04 -- Fargodome Fargo, ND
8/05 -- Xcel Energy Center Saint Paul, MN
8/07 -- Pinnacle Bank Arena Lincoln, NE
8/09 -- Sprint Center Kansas City, MO
8/12 -- The Palace Of Auburn Hills Auburn Hills, MI
8/13 -- Bankers Life Fieldhouse Indianapolis, IN
8/15 -- Quicken Loans Arena Cleveland, OH
8/16 -- United Center Chicago, IL
8/18 -- United Center Chicago, IL
8/19 -- United Center Chicago, IL
8/22 -- PPG Paints Arena Pittsburgh, PA

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Taylor Swift recalls how she taught NBA MVP Russell Westbrook how to dribble

Jason Merritt/Getty Images via ABCTaylor Swift turns up in the oddest places.

Oklahoma City Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook has been named this year's NBA MVP, and his teammates tweeted out a special congratulatory video, starring none other than Tay-Tay, who's been largely absent from both social media and the spotlight for months.

"Ah, Russell, it's Taylor. Remember? I was the one who taught you how to play basketball," Taylor says in the video. "I was the one who taught you to dribble...and I remember the first time you beat me at basketball and I was very upset. And you said, if you remember correctly...‘You just have to shake it off,’ and I got an idea. So, essentially, we have each other to thank for these careers."

She goes on to say that she and Russell "go back, what, 20 years?" before correcting herself.

"Actually, we've never met and that's a fake story but I wish it were the truth," she says. "And you are amazing. You’re the MVP. I’m so happy for you. Sending you the biggest hug ever. Congratulations!"

As for why Taylor was tapped to record the video, Westbrook is a fan: he once Instagrammed himself jamming to her hit "Bad Blood."

.@taylorswift13 sings Russell’s praises! #0urMVP

— OKC THUNDER (@okcthunder) June 27, 2017

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Mariah Carey questioned about ex-fiancé on Israeli news show

ABC/Randy HolmesMariah Carey is currently in Israel promoting her collaboration with Israeli skincare line Premier Dead Sea Cosmetics, which she wrote about on Twitter.  

But during a interview with Israel's Channel 2 News, the singer was asked less about that, and more about ex-fiancé Australian billionaire James Packer and his ties to Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.  

In a video of the exchange, Mimi is asked if she noticed a "special connection" between James and Netanyahu while the three of them had dinner in the past.  

She curtly replies, "I was eating the food. They had some food there that was pretty good. I don't know. I was just there 'cause I was invited to a dinner. There was a lot of talk, conversation, food. Dinner."  

When the interviewer continues to press the issue, asking if she knew where Packer could possibly be at the moment, she says, "I don't know where the m*********** is! How am I supposed to know? I don't know. For real."  

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Mimi's former lover and Netanyahu are friends. Packer is currently wanted for questioning by Israeli police "as part of an ongoing investigation regarding alleged corruption and illegal gift giving to Netanyahu by several wealthy businessmen." 

Mariah broke off her engagement to James last year.  

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