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Music Buzz #14

Lil Bow Wow's gonna rap his latest tune, Take Me Home.
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Who wouldn't want to be their Girlfriends?!?
Courtesy of CBS.
Music Buzz #14 - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Music Buzz - *NSYNC's latest video.

1We already told ya Britney's headlining the NBA All-Star Read to Achieve Celebration TV special and she'll perform her new hit, I'm Not A Girl, Not Yet A Woman. You're not gonna wanna miss this special cuz a bunch of your fave celebs and singers have been added to the line-up. Britney will be joined by everyone's fave dawg, Lil Bow Wow, plus Alicia Keys and Frankie Muniz, from his hit show Malcolm In The Middle. Carson Daly, of TRL and Last Call With Carson Daly, will also be there to get people hyped about reading.

Alicia Keys will perform one of her hit tunes and Lil Bow Wow will be singin' his latest single from Doggy Bag called Take Me Home. The special, hosted by NBA Inside Stuff's Ahmad Rashad and Summer Sanders, airs on Saturday, February 9th at 11:00 AM ET on NBC, TNT, Nickelodeon, BET and NBA.com TV in the US and on Much Music in Canada.

1If you haven't seen *NSYNC's latest video Girlfriend yet - then go WATCH IT NOW! It's got hot guys (duh!), LUCKY girls, smoldering moves and cool cars too! I wonder if it was Justin and JC's idea to put on those silly hats though. You can't dream about running your fingers through their hair if you can't see it!
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