Mayer Hawthorne Reveals New Album Out July 16

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Mayer Hawthorne on Monday announced the release of his long-awaited third album, Where Does This Door Go, which will release July 16 via Republic Records. The album will feature production by Pharrell Williams, Greg Wells, Jack Splash and Oak (of Oak & Pop). The first official single off the set, Oak-produced “Her Favorite Song,” is expected sometime in May.

WATCH: The National Performs on 'Jimmy Fallon'

The National stopped by Late Night with Jimmy Fallon on Thursday night, and they certainly didn't disappoint. They debuted a new song, "Sea of Love," during the show, in addition to debuting "I Need My Girl"—also a new track, the latter of which is a Web exclusive.

WATCH: First Clip From 'Arrested Development' Season 4

With only weeks until the long-awaited return of Arrested Development, Entertainment Weekly on Thursday has premiered a first look at the show’s new batch of episodes in the form of a deleted scene. The outtake, which was actually screened at the Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour and SXSW, finds Buster (Tony Hale) and Lucille Bluth (Jessica Walter) taking their relationship to a whole new level.

WATCH: Kate McKinnon Takes 'SNL' Ellen Degeneres Impression to 'Ellen'

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One of the greatest things to happen this past year to Saturday Night Live was the addition of featured player Kate McKinnon. In the past 12 months since her debut, she has offered brilliant portrayals of Olya, a Russian woman who witnessed February's meteor; Scarlett Johansson; Ann Romney; The Voice coach, Shakira; Jodie Foster and others. But perhaps her most well-known impersonation to date would be her hilarious take on Ellen DeGeneres. After months of parodying the comedienne/talk show host, McKinnon finally stopped by this week to meet Degeneres in person. Hilarity ensued, naturally.

WATCH: Heads Roll in Two Door Cinema Club's New 'Handshake' Video

The song may be titled "Handshake," but heads most certainly roll—quite literally—in Two Door Cinema Club's new video for their latest single. In the new set of visuals, which are very visual, the band finds themselves in a world where people are decapitated and their heads then become bowling balls. It's quite the interesting Sight to see.

Zach Braff's 'Wish I Was Here' Kickstarter Campaign Closes With $3.1 Million Raised [UPDATED]

Following in the footsteps of the recent successful Kickstarter campaign for the Veronica Mars film, Zach Braff on Wednesday launched his own Kickstarter for a new film he wishes to direct and star in. The actor previously made his directorial debut in 2004's critically acclaimed Garden State, which was made on a $2.5 million budget.