Hey Alex Trebeck, call us maybe?

Hey Alex Trebeck, call us maybe?

From Psy to Carly Rae, we’ve got your 8 most viral music sensations of 2012.

From Psy to Carly Rae, we’ve got your 8 most viral music sensations of 2012.

Ready to celebrate the biggest and best moments of 2012?  Starting right now (Noon/11c!) we’re joining forces with MTV, CMT and Comedy Central to throw an 8 hour livestream party with all the best moments and special new performances. Join us at www.bigandbestof2012.com!

Ready to celebrate the biggest and best moments of 2012?  Starting right now (Noon/11c!) we’re joining forces with MTV, CMT and Comedy Central to throw an 8 hour livestream party with all the best moments and special new performances. Join us at www.bigandbestof2012.com!

whatevs:

The Song Of The Summer Countdown goes on! Have you voted for your favorite yet? If not, head over to SOTS.VH1.COM and gets ta votin’!

What he said! 

whatevs:

The Song Of The Summer Countdown goes on! Have you voted for your favorite yet? If not, head over to SOTS.VH1.COM and gets ta votin’!

What he said! 

ICYMI: Lots of Teen Choice Awards coverage on Celebrity and Tuner, including a GIF wall with Dance Mom Abby Lee Miller givin’ us the ol’ soft shoe.

Every week VH1 is ranking the Song Of The Summer based on key metrics like according to six key metrics: Position on VH1′s Top 20 Video Countdown, Billboard‘s Hot 100, iTunes Singles Chart, Spotify, YouTube’s music chart and fan votes!  Propelled by a large number of user votes, Katy Perry‘s “Wide Awake” overtook the presumptive Song Of The Summer favorite, Carly Rae Jepsen‘s “Call Me Maybe,” as the frontrunner for this year’s crown.To vote, go HERE.  For more information and a breakdown on this week’s movements, visit VH1 Tuner.

Every week VH1 is ranking the Song Of The Summer based on key metrics like according to six key metrics: Position on VH1′s Top 20 Video Countdown, Billboard‘s Hot 100, iTunes Singles Chart, Spotify, YouTube’s music chart and fan votes!  Propelled by a large number of user votes, Katy Perry‘s “Wide Awake” overtook the presumptive Song Of The Summer favorite, Carly Rae Jepsen‘s “Call Me Maybe,” as the frontrunner for this year’s crown.

To vote, go HERE.  For more information and a breakdown on this week’s movements, visit VH1 Tuner.

Carly Rae Jepsen Defers On Song of the Summer, Chooses “We Are Young” Instead Of “Call Me Maybe” [Tuner]

“I mean, I have a lot of songs that I love about summer,” she offered diplomatically before admitting, that this time around, she’s really into the fun.‘s indie-pop anthem “We Are Young.” She also showed some love “for sure” for No Doubtwho returned to the stage last night. “I want to shake their hands, say thank you for the amazing music,” she gushed. 

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