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PSY wants Tom Cruise to go Gangnam

PSY is cruising

PSY, the South Korean rapper and former Berklee and Boston University student behind YouTube’s most-viewed video ever, has set what might be a ‘‘Mission: Impossible’’ for himself. Asked which celebrity he would like to see go ‘‘Gangnam Style,’’ the singer said: ‘‘Tom Cruise!’’ Surrounded by screaming fans, he then chuckled at the idea of the movie star doing his now famous horse-riding dance. PSY’s comments Wednesday in Bangkok were his first public remarks since his viral smash video — with 838 million views — surpassed Justin Bieber’s ‘‘Baby,’’ which until Saturday held the record with 803 million views. (AP)

Bobbi Kristina Brown in accident

Police say the daughter of Bobbi Brown and the late Whitney Houston was cited in a car accident in a northern Atlanta suburb. Officers Wednesday morning responded to a call about a black Camaro that slid off the road and landed in a ditch in Alpharetta. They found 19-year-old Bobbi Kristina Brown standing beside her damaged car near her home. Police say Brown lost control and was not driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol. No injuries were reported. (AP)

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