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5 Things You Missed Today (December 1)

The Vamps' upcoming special edition album, One Direction's hidden interviews on Spotify—plus updates on 5SOS' Michael Clifford, Taylor Swift, and a new animated film you should watch for next year!
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The handsome boys of The Vamps are releasing a limited edition of their album! They're dropping Meet The Vamps: Christmas Edition tonight, which includes tracks from Meet the Vamps and 8 holiday tracks. Listen to this sampler below!

One Direction released a few more BTS footages of the music video for "Night Changes." Watch Harry Styles, Liam Payne, and Niall Horan while working on their parts.

Speaking of One Direction, have you listened to the boys' audio clips talking about their job and being in the band on Spotify? As part of their #H1DDENinSpotify game, the boys gave us codes via Twitter to paste on the search bar of the music streaming app so we can get to listen to all of them. We compiled them in one playlist to make it easier for you, Candy Girls. You're welcome!

What did 5 Seconds of Summer's Michael Clifford think of Abigail Breslin's song, "You Suck," which was rumored to be about him? Watch this recent interview of the boys for Shazam Top 20 to find out. Spoiler: Michael says he'd rather listen to Mariah Carey instead.

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We're clearly obsessed with Taylor Swift's "Blank Space." So when she tweeted about this piano and cello version of the song by the Brooklyn Duo, we just had to listen to it, too. As T-Swizzle said, they made it "sound like a song people should walk down the aisle to." Listen to it below now!

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The next cute film you should watch for next year is here! Watch the latest trailer for Home, which chronicles the adventures of Oh, a cute little alien who escapes from his cute little planet, below. Featuring the voices of Rihanna, Big Bang Theory's Jim Parsons, and Steve Martin, Home is set for release in March 2015.

Got your own gossip to share? Let us know in the comments or tweet us @candymagdotcom. We always love hearing from you. :)

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