The Fault in Our Stars Clip

the fault in our stars sneak peek, plus charli xcx’s new single.

by liza darwin

It's hard to keep track of everything that went down at last night's MTV Movie Awards, but there definitely were several over-the-top ridiculous moments that we're still laughing about a whole day later. First off, Rita Ora ripped off Zac Efron's shirt--and gave the entire audience (plus millions of viewers) a long-awaited look at his killer six pack. Summer fitspo, anyone? Also, Rihanna and Eminem nailed their performance of "Monster," we got a sneak peek at The Amazing Spider-Man 2, Johnny Depp made a surprise cameo, and The Hunger Games: Catching Fire picked up the biggest honors as Movie of the Year. Missed the show? Want to relieve the top moments? Get debriefed here! (MTV)

For your Monday morning tear-fest, we suggest watching the latest sneak peek of The Fault in Our Stars here...only a few more weeks til we can see the whole thing in theaters. (Variety

Speaking of The Fault in Our Stars, Charli XCX lends her rad vocals to the film's soundtrack. Also featuring everyone from Jake Bugg to Lykke Li to Tom Odell,  pre-order the playlist here. You're gonna want to listen over and over, we promise. (Pitchfork)

Discuss: Opening Ceremony's new collab with Teva. Ugly-cool or just plain ugly? You decide. (The Cut)

Hey, Alexander Wang! Alexis Krauss of Sleigh Bells wants to be your new campaign face. According to the singer,  "I went to his show back in September, and I had the pleasure of meeting him. For the show, he gave me these incredibly skinny leather pants and a great, black simple tank top and these incredible boots. It was just like, 'If I had the money, this is how I’d dress every day.'" Us too, Alexis...us too. (Style.com)

Everyone can always use a new workout mix, so get pumped up the Jason Derulo way, with the singer's exclusive playlist. (NYLON Guys)

The Black Keys take trippy psychedelia to the next level with their new single "Turn Blue." Watch and listen below--but don't blame us when you're hypnotized. (Rolling Stone