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Breaking news on the Kim & Kanye baby front. A name for the blessed child may have been chosen. Or not. The situation is still fluid but what we DO know is Media Take Out is reporting the baby will be named "Kaidence Donda West." This name DOES make sense since Donda is the name of Kanye's late mother and Kaidence is spelled with a "k" to match the rest of the Kardashian clan but the couple may be waiting for focus groups to weigh in on whether this is an ideal name for an E! spinoff.

Miley Cyrus's new video is out tomorrow but a teaser was posted online today for "We Can't Stop." If this teaser is any indication, they CAN stop and they have. The only thing that has not stopped is our curiosity over Miley's fashion choices lately. She appears to be wearing a knit hat with a veil? Perhaps this music video takes place at a snowboarder's funeral? She also appears to be wearing a grill. In her mouf. We can't stop staring.

Prancercise has swept the nation and equine enthusiast Joanna Rohrback, who came up with the workout, has pranced her way into all our hearts. But like everything pretty and pure, John Mayer has decided to destroy it. He paired his new single "Paper Dolls" with video of Joanna prancing down the road in her Lycra and now it's ruined. To make things worse, we're told the song is about Taylor Swift. Is there nothing sacred, John Mayer?

HANDS OFF OUR HORSEY WORKOUTS!

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