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Is One Direction's New Song Too Similar to Def Leppard's Old One?

The biggest boy band in the world has a new song. And it’s more than a little similar to one of the biggest hits of the ’80s.

The title track of One Direction’s new album, Midnight Memories, contains some interesting similarities to Def Leppard’s 1987 mega-hit “Pour Some Sugar on Me.”

Fans have already put together a ton of side-by-side comparisons, and while we’re strictly armchair musicologists, we do have to say they sound more alike than different.

Eric Clapton, Bruce Springsteen, Kanye West & More at 12-12-12 Sandy Relief Concert

Bon Jovi, Bruce Springsteen to Headline 12-12-12 Sandy Relief Concert

A benefit concert to help the victims of Superstorm Sandy will showcase both hometown talent, such as Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen, and stars from abroad, including Paul McCartney and Eric Clapton.

Olympics Closing Ceremonies Spotify Playlist: 20 Best Songs

The closing ceremonies are over, the Olympic flame is extinguished and all’s quiet over London. Sunday night, however, was a different story, with pop stars from the Spice Girls to George Michael to Oasis paying tribute to the games in a star-studded closing ceremony. It was a Who’s Who (featuring The Who) of British pop stars!

WEEK IN REVIEW: Anthony, Wife Split

SINGER SPLITS: Marc Anthony and his wife of 26 months, former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres, have broken up, the singer’s production company confirmed to the Associated Press Tuesday. The two had married in May 2000 in Las Vegas and have a 16-month-old son, Christian Anthony Muniz. Anthony, 33, also has a daughter, Arianna, born in 1994, whose mother is his former girlfriend Debbie Rosado. No further details regarding the marital breakup were reported.

The Who in LA: And the Band Played On

Surviving members of the seminal ’60s rock band The Who, Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey, performed in public Monday night for the first time since Thursday’s death of their longtime bassist, John Entwistle. Onstage at L.A.’s Hollywood Bowl, reports the Associated Press, Daltrey, 58, told the crowd after opening the show with the hits “I Can’t Explain,” and “Substitute”: “I just wanted to say that tonight we played for John Entwistle.

Who Survivors Decide Show Must Go On

Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend, the two surviving members of The Who, decided on Friday to resume their scheduled three-month U.S. tour, they said in a statement on Townshend’s Web site. The announcement comes after the death Thursday of bassist John Entwistle of an apparent heart attack in his Las Vegas hotel room a night before the tour was to have kicked off. Entwistle, 57, had been with The Who for nearly four decades. “The band decided to recommence the tour beginning at the Hollywood Bowl,” said the message on the guitarist’s Web site.