WATCH: Dave Grohl Hosts 'Chelsea Lately,' Offers Up Hilarious Discussion of Britney Spears and Beyoncé

Dave Grohl filled in Monday night as host on Chelsea Lately, as he will the rest of this week, and as evidenced by night one, he's off to a great start of what is guaranteed to be must-watch television. Below are a few clips of Grohl at the helm for Chelsea Handler, including a skit that reveals his obsessive grooming may be a fault for the Super Bowl's blackout, a roundtable discussion over Britney Spears’ speculated Las Vegas residency, and of course a crack about the Beyoncé/Destiny's Child halftime performance.

WATCH: Beyonce Performs Super Bowl, Featuring Destiny's Child

UPDATE (Feb. 3): Watch the video below of Beyoncé performing the Super Bowl, with Destiny's Child. Accompanied by a live backing band and ridiculous stage production, the set included “Bootylicious,” “Independent Woman Part 1,″ and “Single Ladies," in addition to “Love on Top,” “Crazy in Love,” “End of Time,” “Baby Boy” and “Halo.”

UPDATE (Jan. 28): Michelle Williams has in a new interview with WRUG Media shot down speculation of a Destiny's Child reunion at the Super Bowl. "I'm going to be in the musical Fela!," she said. "I hate to disappoint the people and tell them that it's not true."

WATCH: Ra Ra Riot Release Fan-Created Music Video For 'Beta Love'

How awesome is Ra Ra Riot? Well, their latest music video is certainly pure gold—and not simply because of the content, but rather because of its creator. David Dean Burkhart, a dedicated fan of of the quartet, recently made his own video for “Beta Love,” the addictive title track off the band’s new album. He simply edited together awkward footage from a local '80s Bay Area UHF show called Dance Party. The result was too good not to watch—so much that the band decided all of their fans should see it, thus opting to make it the official video for the track.

WATCH: Drea De Matteo Star in New 'Crate of Gold' Video From Alberta Cross

Brooklyn’s Alberta Cross this week premiered the new video for their track “Crate of Gold." The new visuals, which were directed by Grant James (Father John Misty, Gogol Bordello), feature actress Drea De Matteo (The Sopranos, Sons of Anarchy) commanding the screen with signature grit and tenacity. Shot in Los Angeles, the clip reveals Matteo’s character is behind the kidnapping of Alberta Cross’ founding member and singer Petter Ericson Stakee.

WATCH: Ellie Goulding's New 'Explosions' Video

Ellie Goulding has released the video for the third single off her sophomore studio set Halcyon. “Explosions” features grayscale visuals that center around Goulding's show at Terminal 5 in New York City, while moving back and forth between a brilliant montage of tour footage and other behind-the-scenes clips.

WATCH: Churchill Debuts Sleek New Video For 'Change'

Denver-based quintet Churchill has released this week a new set of visuals for their soulful jam "Change" off the EP of the same name. Having quickly earned the attention of music lovers for their unique folk-rock blend of indie pop, this video only further cements their artistic ability. Bethany Kelly's lush voice remains front and center in the this very sleek retro-modern piece that sees all five members performing their addicting tune.

WATCH: First Look at Ashton Kutcher as Steve 'jOBS'

With new biopic jOBS—based on the life of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs—premiering this week at Sundance Film Festival, we now have the first clip from the film starring Ashton Kutcher. In the clip, Kutcher's Jobs and co-founder Steve Wozniak (played by Josh Gad) are discussing a new operating system created by the latter. Although only a minute long, it's certainly enough to pique interest in the film.