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Cee-Lo's instant classic; another rock concert suicide; Wyclef isn't running (or is he?)

cee loCee-Lo, shown here during a 2009 performance with Goodie Mob, has something to say to you.

By David Malitz

- And with a very late but possibly winning entry for song of the summer we have Goodie Mob/Gnarls Barkley star Cee-Lo Green with a deliriously catchy and NSFW ditty called "[Expletive] You." If you haven't been jamming it all weekend, put the headphones on and enjoy.

- Another concert suicide jumper? This time it was Charles Haddon, 22, lead singer of British synth-rockers Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, who leapt to his death Friday at the Pukkelpop festival in Belgium.

- Wyclef Jean is not abandoning his run for the Haitian presidency despite the country's election board declaring him ineligible.

- And in case you missed it, the review of Rihanna's Friday night show at Jiffy Lube Live.

By David Malitz  |  August 23, 2010; 9:18 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Cee-Lo Green, Ou Est Le Swimming Pool, Wyclef Jean  
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