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  PSY: ‘Gentleman,’ or prankster?

PSY performs ‘Gangnam’ follow-up: ‘Gentleman’

  The musical phenomenon from South Korea who hit global stardom last year with his song “Gangnam Style” performs his new hit “Gentleman.”

PSY teaches Matt Lauer to dance like a ‘Gentleman’

  TODAY’s Matt Lauer shows off his dancing skills, thanks to a little coaching from musical superstar PSY.

Psy's 'Gentleman' knocks 'Gangnam Style' to No. 2 on YouTube charts

One hundred million views on YouTube: What took "Gangnam Style" two months to rack up, "Gentleman" did in four days.South Korean rapper Psy's music video "Gentleman" has hopped to the top of the YouTube charts a week after its release, breaking all kinds of records along the way.A week in, the video Full story

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  20 ton machine dances to 'Gangnam Style'

A diver of a 20 ton front loader was inspired to make machinery dance to the hit song 'Gangnam Style.' NBCNews.com's Todd Kenreck reports.

  20-foot Psy ice statue stars in snow festival

A 20-foot ice statue of "Gangnam Style" Korean popstar Psy welcomes guests to Harbin, China for the city's famous annual ice and snow festival. TODAY.com's Dara Brown reports.

  Goodbye to ‘Gangnam Style’?

Psy, singer of the catchy “Gangnam Style” song that went viral last year, said he needs a new single in the U.S. because “Gangnam Style” got too popular.” He performed the song on New Year’s Eve, but suggested that was the last time American audiences would see him perform the hit. NBC’s Andrea Cann

  Psy: In new year, no more ‘Gangnam Style’

After his hit “Gangnam Style” became a global phenomenon in 2012, Korean pop star Psy told MTV the New Year’s Eve performance may be his last, saying, “What better way to do it?” NBC’s Andrea Canning reports.

  Who is going to make a splash in 2013?

From the fall of Hostess to the rise of “Gangnam Style,” 2012 was a year full of surprises. What can we expect from 2013? Jeffrey Kluger of Time reveals the magazine’s predictions for the top people in politics, business and entertainment for 2013.

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File photo of South Korean singer Psy performing his hit "Gangnam Style" during a morning television appearance in Sydney
File photo of South Korean singer Psy performing his hit "Gangnam Style" during a morning television appearance in Sydney

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File handout photo of dissident Chinese artist Ai Weiwei making a cover version of music video "Gangnam Style" in Beijing
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