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The O's To Have Three Songs On Tonight's Season Premiere of 16 and Pregnant

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...or so this here press release we just received from Idol Records' Erv Karwelis says.

We'd watch and see for ourselves but we generally try to avoid shows like 16 and Pregnant, which seem to imply the impending apocalypse and/or inspire things like teenage pregnancy pacts.

If you can handle the heat, though, tune into MTV (which, coincidentally, recently dropped the word "Music" from its name) at 9 p.m. tonight and hear three different O's songs--"You've Got Your Heart," "Don't Waste Your Day" and "One Way Ticket"--in the show's run time.

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