David Bowie's swan song, Demi Lovato and Fall Out Boy collaboration, and more
Bowie's final video, released three days before his death, is a poignant, haunting parting gift to everyone who loved the iconoclast.
It shows him hospital-bound, lying on a bed with his eyes bandaged, singing: "You know, I'll be free / Just like that bluebird".
At one point, he even levitates. Towards the end, he steps backwards into a wooden wardrobe and closes the door.
Bowie has left us, but his musical legacy remains.
Do not weep for his passing, as he tells us in the opening lines of Lazarus: "Look up here, I'm in heaven".
FALL OUT BOY FEAT. DEMI LOVATO
Remember those 'N Sync dolls that came to life in the US boy band's 2000 hit video It's Gonna Be Me? Sixteen years later, US pop rockers Fall Out Boy remind us just how fun and cheesy that was.
A delightful spoof of the 'N Sync video, Irresistible imagines Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz and the rest of the gang as dolls who are brutally cast aside in a toy store.
Thanks to the store's employees, played by Demi Lovato and 'N Sync members Chris Kirkpatrick and Joey Fatone, the Fall Out Boy toys manage to break out of their boxes. Hilarious!
GARY FEAT. GAEKO
Korean rapper Gary and actress Song Ji Hyo are well loved by fans for their chemistry on popular variety show Running Man.
They certainly milk the reel-life relationship for all it's worth. Song stars in Gary's latest video as a white-collar executive entrenched in the humdrum of modern office life.
Meanwhile, Gary, who plays himself, struggles to compose tunes in his recording studio.
It leaves us to reflect on a sobering reality: No matter who we are, work is never easy.