WATCH: Gold Fields' TV Debut on 'Kimmel' + Interview With Frontman Mark Fuller

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With their newly released debut album, Black Sun, Australian five-piece outfit Gold Fields are on the cusp of an incredible year. Singles "Treehouse" and "Dark Again" have quickly lured in listeners and attracted radio spins, as the band launches from down under into the U.S, having also made their American television debut Wednesday night on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

WATCH: fun. Loses Magical Suitcase in 'Why Am I the One' Video

In the video for their latest single, "Why Am I the One," fun. arrives at an airport, but they're unable to find their suitcase at baggage claim. The impressiveness of the trio's need for only one suitcase is quickly overshadowed by the band's hunt for said luggage, trekking across the city while airing their frustrations in the form of song.

WATCH: Frank Ocean's 'Forrest Gump' Grammy Rehearsal

Frank Ocean's Grammy performance of "Forrest Gump" was no doubt meant to be one for the books. Perfectly inserted just before last year's Album of the Year winner Adele presented her 2013 predecessor, it's obvious producers had high hopes for that prime real estate in the lineup. The positioning was likely supposed to be great for the wider public's impression of Ocean, a critical darling and mega-talent whose Album of the Year-nominated channel ORANGE was six digits behind his fellow nominees in sales totals. But that didn't happen.

WATCH: Matt & Kim Get Cozy, Choreographed in 'It's Alright' Video

By now, you should know that Matt & Kim's upbeat jams are the perfect solution for Monday mornings. So what better than a new video from the duo to kickstart the week? The new set of visuals for "It's Alright" (off their 2012 LP Lightning), a slightly-NSFW choreographed piece, features the couple sleep-dancing (is that a word?) and "air drumming" in perfect unison. Once again, a clever creation from the dream pop pair.

WATCH: Adele Performs 'Skyfall' at 2013 Oscars

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The 2013 Oscars, a lengthy and stuffy show as usual, this year kicked off with a seemingly eternal monologue by Seth MacFarlane. Despite a multitude of dips and low points on Sunday night, all was well for about three minutes when Adele took the stage for her performance of "Skyfall," the theme song for the James Bond film of the same name.

PREVIEW: Be Prepared For Anne Hathaway's Impending Oscar Win

Following wins at most of the major awards ceremonies leading up to Sunday's Academy Awards, Anne Hathaway appears to be all but locked in for an Oscar. The former "Princess of Genovia," as she referred to herself last month in her Golden Globes acceptance speech, is nominated for Supporting Actress for her role in Les Misérables. But if her previous speeches are any indication, we'd rather just skip this one.

WATCH: Justin Timberlake Talks Ryan Gosling, Marriage & His New Album

Following his performance of "Mirrors" this week at the BRIT Awards, Justin Timberlake—sporting that brand new wedding ring—stopped by to sit down with Jonathan Ross. During the chat, which at times seemed slightly awkward for Timberlake, he discussed his hiatus from performing and his decision to return, his newlywed life with Jessica Biel and working with Jay-Z on the forthcoming album The 20/20 Experience.