Miley Cyrus, Ashton Kutcher: Bedroom encounter -- kind of

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Today’s romp in the pop-culture hay finds small-screen flirtation, dancing fools, still more PSY, man other items, and the mystery music video.

BACK ON THE BOOB TUBE: Pun intended, per E!, “Spotted: Miley Cyrus and Ashton Kutcher in bed together and we have the photographic evidence! Don't worry, Mila Kunis and Liam Hemsworth fans, the two are strictly sharing sheets on a professional basis when Cyrus guest stars on Kutcher's hit sitcom Two and a Half Men this season.”

DWTS: A brief recap, per the Los Angeles Times, “Quickly establishing themselves as the team to beat in this stacked competition were Season 3 champs Emmitt Smith and Cheryl Burke. The Super Bowl champ’s still got his ease of movement, lightness of step and his Matthew McConaughey-like swagger, and seeing the chemistry ignite back up with his old partner make them quite the formidable force.”{ }

{ }HIS CRYIN’ EYES: Of a growing sensation, per the AP, “South Korean rapper PSY finds his success with "Gangnam Style" so unreal that he wonders if he's being tricked into believing it - like Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show." PSY said Tuesday in a press conference in Seoul that he cried in disbelief when his song entered the Billboard 100 earlier this month.”

HUH? Strange material from the Material Girl, per the Huffington Post, “Madonna brought her MDNA Tour to Washington, D.C. on Monday night, and added a bizarre dose of politics to the show. "Y'all better vote for f--king Obama, OK? For better or for worse, all right? We have a black Muslim in the White House. Now that's some amazing s--t," she said. "It means there is hope in this country. And Obama is fighting for gay rights, so support the man (gosh-darnit)!”

WAY TOO EARLY: But no longer with Willie Geist, per Radar via the New York Times, “Good Morning America keeps beating TODAY in the ratings, and TODAY continues to make moves in response. The latest: The show has added MSNBC correspondent Willie Geist as the co-anchor of its' 9 a.m. hour, according to the New York Times. Geist will also fill in when Matt Lauer is unavailable, and continue to work on MSNBC's Morning Joe. An official announcement from NBC is expected sometime this week.”

BEACH BOYS: As the 50th anniversary tour approaches its end, squabbling, per Rolling Stone, “The surviving members will play a pair of shows this week in London, but just days later, Mike Love is shedding Brian Wilson, Al Jardine and David Marks from the lineup and returning to the road with his own lineup of the Beach Boys. "I'm disappointed and can't understand why [Love] doesn't want to tour with Al, David and me," Wilson recently told CNN. "We are out here having so much fun. After all, we are the real Beach Boys."

TAYLOR SWIFT’S NEW SINGLE: It’s not another so-called break-up song, per Entertainment Weekly, “It’s more a post-break-up song, if we’re being technical. They’re very different things. Swift previewed “Begin Again” on Good Morning America on Monday, and she will play a snippet of a new song on GMA every Monday until the Oct. 22 release of her fourth album, Red.”

YOU TALKIN’ TO ME?: of Robert De Niro, per The Hollywood Reporter, “The legendary two-time Oscar winner who is now in serious contention for his first Oscar nomination in 21 years for his performance in David O. Russell's dramedy Silver Linings Playbook, will receive the Hollywood Supporting Actor Award at the 16th annual Hollywood Film Awards -- the first awards show of the 2012 Oscar season -- when its gala ceremony is held Oct. 22 at the Beverly Hilton.”

THATCHER-ESQUE: Or not, per Deadline, “David Cameron will become the first sitting UK Prime Minister to appear on The Late Show With David Letterman when he stops by for Wednesday’s show. In New York to give a keynote speech to the U.N. General Assembly, Cameron will use the slot to “bang the drum for British business” as he attempts to keep the country basking in the Olympics afterglow.”

EXPERT OPINION: Or not, per Entertainment Tonight, “Maggie Gyllenhaal premiered her controversial new film, Won't Back Down on Sunday in New York City, ready and prepared to defend the education reform themed project from protesters who believe the drama blames failing inner-city schools on teachers. As expected, the screening drew a crowd of protestors but Gyllenhaal held firm to her belief that the passionate flick, based on real-life situations, will inspire discussion rather than lay responsibility onto any one group.”

BUFFY’S BABY: It’s here, per Us Weekly, “Sarah Michelle Gellar recently gave birth to a baby boy in Los Angeles, her rep confirms exclusively to Us Weekly. "Sarah Michelle and Freddie Prinze, Jr. are thrilled to announce that they welcomed a baby son into the world this past week," the rep tells Us. The little boy is the second child for the Ringer actress, 35, and husband Freddie Prinze Jr., 36, whose daughter Charlotte Grace turned three earlier this month.”

SHE’S FINE: With a continued flair for the dramatic, per X17, “Lindsay Lohan was rushed to the emergency room in New York City on Sunday night, and a rep for the actress tells X17online that it was due to "asthma." The 26-year-old starlet was taken to Mt. Sinai, and her rep added, "Lindsay was treated and released, and is doing fine."

AND FINALLY: Today’s mystery music video.

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--Skip Wood (Follow me on Twitter @DaybreakSkip)