Buzz Bites: Florence + The Machine’s ‘MTV Unplugged’ To Air April 8

+ Florence + The Machine's "MTV Unplugged" will air Sunday, April 8 on MTV. The show will include "Never Let Me Go," a cover of Otis Redding's "Try A Little Tenderness," and more. Seven more "Unplugged" shows are scheduled for this year with Civil Wars on VH1 and Dierks Bentley on CMT. (Hollywood Reporter)

+ Speaking of Florence + The Machine, Florence Welch was tapped to write a song for "Snow White And The Huntsman" soundtrack. The song "Breath of Life" was inspired by the Wicked Queen Ravenna. "The Queen is just this incredible character; so hungry for life but so dead inside," Welch explained. (MTV News)

+ Last night the new "Punk'd" premiered on MTV last night. (Watch the "Punk'd" premiere if you missed it.) Celeb host Justin Bieber pulled one over on Taylor Swift. "Well played, @justinbieber. I was truly terrified," tweeted Swift, which the Biebs retweeted. (@taylorswift13)

+ Check out Nicki Minaj performing a rousing version of "Starships" on last night's "American Idol" results show. She was flanked by surf-ready dancers, and she managed not to reveal any body part despite wearing a highly revealing dress. "Starships" appears on Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded, which will be released Tuesday. (Neon Limelight)

+ If you were hoping to see Adam Lambert front the band Queen during Sonisphere Festival, sadly it's not happening. "While I'm sad that Sonisphere festival has been cancelled, I'm hopeful that Queen and I will share the stage again someday in the future," Adam tweeted. (Idolator)

+ Jennifer Lopez looks smoking hot on the cover of her single "Dance Again," as do the shirtless dudes surrounding her. The song, which features Pitbull, drops today, and the video debuts during "American Idol" on Apr. 5. (Rap-Up)

+ Tracy Morgan told David Letterman on "The Late Show With David Letterman" that he's a prince and Rihanna is in his harem. Um... 'kay? (Huffington Post)

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