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  1. South Korea's President-elect Gallops into Office 'Gangnam Style'

    10:30 pm 12/19/2012

    Park Geun-hye was elected the Asia country’s first female head of state — but not without doing Psy's famous "horse dance" a few times first.Read more

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  2. Psy on Why President Obama Stopped Doing 'Gangnam Style'

    5:00 am 12/19/2012

    The 34-year-old pop sensation, one of The Hollywood Reporter's 2012 Rule Breakers, tells THR "the ladies at his house are embarrassed when he's dancing."Read more

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  3. Man Collapses, Dies After Dancing 'Gangnam Style'

    10:19 am 12/13/2012

    Eamonn Kilbride, a 46-year-old father of three, had been performing the dance moves made famous by South Korean rapper PSY.Read more

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  4. Justin Bieber, Psy Added to Ryan Seacrest's 'New Year's Rockin' Eve' Lineup

    11:01 am 12/12/2012

    Jason Aldean, Greyson Chance and The Wanted are among the new additions to the telecast.Read more

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  5. Psy Performs 'Gangnam Style' at Washington D.C. Charity Concert (Video)

    1:36 pm 12/10/2012

    President Obama was in attendance at the event, which will be televised on TNT on Dec. 21. Read more

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  6. Obama Pokes Fun at Conan, Psy Performs at 'Christmas in Washington' Concert

    8:15 pm 12/9/2012

    Diana Ross, Demi Lovato and "Smash" star Megan Hilty also were among the performers at the event, which will be telecast Dec. 21 on TNT.Read more

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  7. Footage of Controversial PSY Performance Emerges (Video)

    5:13 pm 12/8/2012

    The South Korean star is seen smashing what appears to be a U.S. tank during a 2002 protest concert. Read more

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  8. PSY to Perform at White House as Scheduled After Apologizing for Anti-War Protest

    8:04 am 12/8/2012

    Following his mea culpa for a decade-old protest of the Iraq War, the South Korean rapper held on to his performance slot in the White House Christmas special.Read more

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  9. PSY Apologizes for Anti-U.S. Statement: 'I'm Deeply Sorry for How These Lyrics Could Be Interpreted'

    1:53 pm 12/7/2012

    "The song was part of a deeply emotional reaction to the war in Iraq and the killing of two Korean schoolgirls that was part of the overall antiwar sentiment shared by others around the world at that time," says the South Korean pop star in a statement.Read more

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