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5 Things You Missed Today (October 20)

Don't miss today's updates on Ed Sheeran's doctorate degree, Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber's collab, Louis Tomlinson's stint on X Factor, Selena Gomez on her friendship with Demi Lovato, and Jessie J's take on "Part of Your World."
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Ed Sheeran is now a doctor! Yup, he's been officially awarded an honorary doctorate degree by the University Campus Suffolk in UK for his "oustanding contribution to music." Well-deserved, Ed, and congratulations! BTW, we love that look on ya. (via MTV.com)

Confirmed! Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber are doing a version of "What Do You Mean" together. The two announced it via this super cute teaser and how you can also get the track—you have to pre-order The Biebs' album Purpose so you can get it upon its release on November 13. (via RyanSeacrest.com)

READ: Harry Styles Responds To Rumors That Perfect is About Taylor Swift

Here's our first glimpse of One Direction's Louis Tomlinson's return on X Factor as guest judge. See a bit of Tommo in action in this clip below where he's in what seems to be a consulting sesh with Simon Cowell. (via J-14.com)

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READ: Are Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber Doing a Song Together?

Selena Gomez finally addressed the rumors that her friendship with Taylor Swift has something to do with her friendship with Demi Lovato. The two recently reconciled, ICYMI, but people are still curious if her being in Tay's squad affected her and the "Cool For the Summer" hitmaker's sisterhood. To this Sel said during her on Watch What Happens Live that there's no connection between the two. (via J-14.com)

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We're currently lovin' Jessie J's take on The Little Mermaid theme song "Part of Your World." As part of the We Love Disney album which is set to drop on October 30, the "Flashlight" hitmaker will join Ne-You, Kacey Musgrave, Fall Out Boy, and Rascal Flatts & Lucy Hale. (via EW.com)

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READ: Is Liam Payne Working on a Solo Material During the 1D Break?

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