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(CNN) \u2014 Every year, something different captures our attention \u2014 but we don't always know how to say it right. (Remember when we taught you how to pronounce \"Beto O'Rourke\" last year? And how to sound out \"Namibia\" the year before that?)

It's OK! You're not alone. There are words that most Americans avoid saying out loud \u2014 and language-learning app Babbel tracked which ones they are with the help of members from the U.S. Captioning Company (And yes, of course \"Buttigieg\" was included).

\"These professional captioners are asked each year by Babbel to submit and vote on which words, names, and phrases they have most often witnessed being mispronounced by American newscasters, television personalities, etc.,\" Ted Mentele, Babbel's English Editor in Didactics, told CNN.

The words come from a wide spectrum of subjects that have been the center of national conversation, Mentele said, including politics, entertainment and sports.

\"The entries on our list are even today dominating the headlines \u2014 Megan Rapinoe was yesterday named Sports Illustrated's Sportsperson of the Year; and just this morning, Greta Thunberg has been named Time's Person of the Year for 2019,\" he said.

(And admit it, you probably had as much trouble as we did figuring out how to say both names.)

But why bother tracking which words had our tongues in a knot anyway?

\"With the rise of globalization and the internet, as well as the wealth of different cultures that make up America today, Americans are coming into contact with more unfamiliar concepts and names than ever,\" Mentele said.

He says he hopes the annual lists act as guides for Americans who struggle with the unfamiliar sounds.

\"Mispronounced

Every year, something different captures our attention -- but we don't always know how to say it right.\u00a0

So here are the words most of us got wrong this year and \u2014 finally \u2014 the right way to say them:

Chernobyl (pronounced chair-nOHble): the site of the world's worst nuclear disaster, where thousands lost their lives in 1986. An HBO five-part series with that title aired from May to June.

Deter (pronounced dee-tUHR): discouraging something by instilling fear. The word made the news in May when President Donald Trump talked about \"toughness\" to deter migration to the U.S., Babbel says.

A look at every Time 'Person of the Year' since 1927

Greta Thunberg (pronounced grAY-tah tOOn-bairk): the teen activist sailed the Atlantic over the summer in a zero-emissions yacht to speak at a UN climate change conference. She has spoken out about the issue in dozens of countries and recently sparked climate strikes in schools across the globe.

A note from Mentele: \"The final 'g' in 'Thunberg' is typically softened by Swedish speakers into something like 'yeh' in English: 'tOOn-bairyeh.'\"

Megan Rapinoe (pronounced ruh-PEE- noh): The soccer player led the US Women's National Soccer team to a World Cup victory in July, taking home both the Golden Ball and Golden Boot awards.

A look at some of Megan Rapinoe's top moments from 2019, in photos

Notre Dame (pronounced nOH-truh dAHm): The iconic cathedral in Paris that partially burned down in April.

A note from Mentele: \"the 'r' in 'Notre' is articulated near the back of the mouth, and is nearly silent.\"

Pete Buttigieg (pronounced pEET bUt-ij-ij): The mayor of South Bend, Indiana and Democratic presidential hopeful.

A note from Mentele: \"The 'u' in 'Buttigieg' should be pronounced like the vowel in 'book', and the following 'i' vowels as in 'bit.'\"

Rami Malek (pronounced rAH-mee MA-lik): The actor of Arab descent won \"Best Actor\" at the Oscars for his portrayal of Freddie Mercury in \"Bohemian Rhapsody.\" He'll play the villain in the upcoming James Bond movie.

A note from Mentele: \"The actor himself pronounces the vowel in 'Malek' like the 'a' in 'bat.'\"

A look at the Oscar best picture nominees ranked by box office totals

Recep Tayyip Erdo\u011fan (pronounced rE-jep tAH-yep AIR-doh-wahn): President of Turkey since 2014. In October, he met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and announced an agreement on Syria in which Turkish and Russian groups will patrol the Turkish-Syrian border. That was days after Turkey launched a military offensive in northeastern Syria, following Trump's decision to pull US troops from the area \u2014 a move that was highly criticized by both Democrats and Republicans, as well as other world leaders.

Tekashi 6ix9ine (pronounced te-kAH-shee siks naYn): An American rapper who pleaded guilty to counts of racketeering, firearm offenses and drug trafficking in February.

Tokimeku (pronounced toh-kee-mE-koo): Japanese word translated as \"to flutter.\" The word made its way to American culture from organizing guru Marie Kondo \u2014 it describes the pure joy of ... neat.

2019 in photos: The AP's top 150 images of the year

2019 In Photos: The AP's top 150 images of the year

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Rosalia has teased that she and Billie Eilish have an unfinished song they wrote together.

The 'Malamente' singer won the Rising Star Award for changing the pop landscape with her own interpretations of flamenco music at the Billboard Women in Music event in Los Angeles on Thursday night (12.12.19) - where the 'bad guy' hitmaker was named Billboard's Woman of the Year - and she revealed the pair had spent some time in the studio working on a track, which she hopes they will get to complete sometime.

On the support she has received from the 17-year-old pop superstar, Rosalia told Billboard: \"When nobody was supporting my music ... [outside] of Spain, Billie was one of the first.

\"Billie posted on her Instagram stories, and ... that was mind-blowing for me.\"

She continued: \"We're good friends.

\"We've been in the studio, we're friends ... Billie, please, let's finish that song! I love Billie, she knows it.

\"I wish that we had more time to be in the studio ... We started something, we gotta finish it.\"

Rosalia also revealed how she came to narrate former One Directions star Harry Styles' music video for his song 'Adore You' from his latest LP 'Fine Line'.

She said: \"He's a good friend of mine, and he explained to me that he had this song and this video that was very special.

\"I saw the idea and I loved the idea.

\"I feel so grateful that he counted on me.

\"So I was there trying to use my best English accent as possible ... It was a beautiful video ...

\"I love him, I love his music. I think he's an amazing, super-talented musician.\"

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Dua Lipa has released \"playful\" album title track 'Future Nostalgia'.

The 'New Rules' hitmaker dropped the vibrant upbeat number - which she recorded with 'Uptown Funk' co-writer and producer Jeff Bhasker - at midnight (13.12.19) \"to tie\" her fans \"over till the new year\".

She tweeted: \"Tonight, on the last full moon of the decade my album title track FUTURE NOSTALGIA is outtt at MIDNIGHT on all platforms!! It's a lil something to tie you over till the new year. I wrote this one with @JeffBhasker and Clarence Coffee Jr. one afternoon in LA... (sic)\"

Dua added that the song is all about \"not taking ourselves too seriously\" and teased that a lyric video will follow.

She wrote: \"its all playful and fun and not taking ourselves too seriously but we loved it so much we wanted to share it wiv ya! Lyric video coming soon (sic)\"

The \"fun\" track comes after the British singer/songwriter admitted being \"honest\" in her music \"bites\" her \"in the arse\" sometimes.

The 'Don't Start Now' hitmaker - who is dating model Anwar Hadid - recently admitted that whilst she accepts that her fans are going to scour her lyrics for details about her life and relationships, she has felt \"demonised\" as \"a woman in music\".

She said: \"I mean, it is what it is.

\"Art is subjective and the way I think of it is that I focus on songs until the second they're out and then once they're out they no longer belong to me.

\"So if people want to pick them apart and make of them what they will then that's fine.

\"It's just me being honest and sometimes that bites me in the arse.

\"I think as a woman in the music industry, and especially with my life in the public eye, I have been demonised.\"

However, the 24-year-old pop star says that with her upcoming second album, 'Future Nostalgia', she realised that she is \"allowed to have fun\" and not let other people's comments \"get in the way\" of her having a good time.

She said: \"I feel like with this record there's a lot more about being upbeat and fun, and enjoying the fact that I'm allowed to be happy.

\"That I'm allowed to have a good time.

\"Without allowing the opinions of others to get in the way of that.\"

'Future Nostalgia' is due for release in 2020.

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Harry Styles has revealed how David Bowie's wise words made him realise that it's OK to feel \"uncomfortable\" by a song.

The former One Direction star watched an interview with the late 'Starman' hitmaker explaining that the \"best work\" often comes when you \"can't quite touch the bottom\".

And the 'Watermelon Sugar' hitmaker, who was unsure about the track 'Treat People With Kindness' - which became a \"mantra\" for his fans on his 2018 tour - from his new LP 'Fine Line' at first, says Bowie's interview taught him that a song isn't necessarily \"bad\" if it leaves you feeling conflicted.

He told Music Week magazine: \"When I first wrote it I wasn't sure if I really liked it or really hated it, but as it was going on I was like, 'Oh I really like this, this is really fun.'

\"I'd seen this clip of David Bowie talking saying that you usually end up doing your best work when you feel like you can't quite touch the bottom, and realising that the fact that it made me feel a little uncomfortable didn't mean it was a bad song was a big thing.\"

The 25-year-old pop star says the song is a \"tribute\" to his fans, who swiftly adopted the empowering message and rocked merchandise with the slogan emblazoned across it.

He said: \"It was a pin I had on my guitar strap and we made T-shirts for it, then I saw a lot of t-shirts around.

\"I'd be driving or something and see someone in one and I started feeling like, 'Oh this is a bit of a thing.'

\"I had an idea of writing a song to go with it and it turned into a tribute, it's just really fun.\"

On what the message behind the song is, he explained: \"Small changes end up making a big difference.

\"It's about being a lot nicer to each other rather than, 'Don't do this, or don't do that, not this yes that.'

\"It's just saying, 'Treat people with kindness,' you know.\"

Harry released 'Fine Line' - the follow-up to his 2017 self-titled debut solo LP- on Friday (13.12.19), and added how he can't wait to perform the track live when he hits the road next year.

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Billie Eilish wants to collaborate with Justin Bieber.

The 'bury a friend' hitmaker is a self-professed Belieber, and after finally meeting the 'Sorry' hitmaker at Coachella earlier this year, she re-released her hit single 'bad guy' with added vocals from Justin in July.

The 17-year-old pop phenomenon was named Billboard's Woman of the Year at the Billboard Women in Music event on Thursday (12.12.19), where she said she would love to hit the studio with the 25-year-old star for a new song.

Speaking on the red carpet at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, the 'ocean eyes' singer said: \"If he wants to. But, I love you, Bieber.\"

Billie also said she would be down to record a song with Alicia Keys - who was also honoured at the star-studded bash, taking home the Impact Award - but admitted she would \"pee [her] pants\" if they ever did end up doing something, whilst she insisted she would settle for being friends with the 'No One' hitmaker.

Earlier this week, the pair teamed up on a duet of 'ocean eyes' on 'The Late Late Show with James Corden'.

She said: \"I just wanna respect her as she is. I mean, obviously, I would die and pee my pants if we could do something together, but I wanna be friends.\"

The megastar previously revealed Justin slid into her DMs on Instagram and hinted at their first collaboration, which would end up being his feature on 'bad guy'.

She said: \"One day you'll find out [what was said], but that s**t was crazy.\"

The singer didn't reveal what the 'What Do You Mean?' hitmaker had said in the online exchange, but revealed her old messages which she sent Justin from 2014, when she was just 12, appeared in the chat.

She continued: \"You know how when you follow somebody, you can see everything they DM'd you in the past? It felt good and it felt bad at the same time.

\"It started when I was, like, 12, I believe.\"

Billie added that she had \"big ass\" posters of Justin on her wall and admitted she admires him for all that he has been through growing up in the spotlight.

She said: \"He's amazing. He's so sweet and, like, I feel - just, honestly, I feel for him, man. He's been through a lot, dude.\"

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Selena Gomez has confirmed her new album is called 'Rare'.

The 27-year-old singer launched herself back into the spotlight this year with her first new music since taking a break to focus on her health and wellbeing, and following the release of the album's singles 'Lose You to Love Me' and \"Look at Her Now', the 'Wolves' hitmaker has unveiled the title, track-listing and artwork for her hotly-anticipated third record.

The US pop superstar also hailed the tunes her \"most honest music\" yet.

Alongside a montage of snippets from the upcoming follow-up to 2015's 'Revival', Selena wrote on Instagram: \"Can't believe I'm revealing the art and title for my new album RARE, out January 10th.

\"It's the most honest music I've ever made and I can't wait for you to hear my heart. \ud83d\udda4 You can preorder RARE now (sic)\"

The 'It Ain't Me' singer recently hailed 2019 as one of the best years of her life, because she achieved so much more than she thought she would.

She said: \"I think every time the holidays come up, there's some part of you where you kind of sit and reflect on the year. This year was really, really powerful for me. I can say that I'm so proud of how hard I worked, and that I truly am excited to just sit back with my family, and enjoy, and turn off everything. I always just think about what happened, and where I want to go in life, and hope for the best.\"

And she believes her upcoming album is the \"best\" she's ever done.

She added: I can say this, and it might not sound right, but I've tried my hardest to make this the best album I've ever done. And I feel like I lived up to the expectations. Hopefully that doesn't come back to bite me in the a**.\"

Selena also suggested that the best place to listen to her album - which is set to be released on January 10 - is in the car.

She said: \"Always the car. Sometimes me and my friends will just say, 'Hey, do you want to go for a drive?' And we'll just take a drive somewhere, maybe to the beach, and listen to music together. Like, evening time. It's just really pretty, and you're with your friends, you get to go somewhere nice, and you can listen to music really well.\"

The track-listing for 'Rare' is:

1. 'Rare'

2. 'Dance Again'

3. 'Look At Her Now'

4. 'Lose You To Love Me'

5. 'Ring'

6. 'Vulnerable'

7. 'People You Know'

8.'Let Me Get There'

9.'Crowded Room' (ft. 6lack)

10. 'Kinda Crazy'

11. 'Fun'

12. 'Cut You Off'

13.'A Sweet Place' (ft. Kid Cudi).

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Sir Paul McCartney has recorded a Christmas album - but he's never going to release it.

The Beatles legend - who has been married to third wife Nancy Shevell since 2011 - has revealed he made a Yuletide LP just for his family, but unfortunately for his fans, he has no plans to share it with the world.

He said: \"Years ago I thought, there's not very good Christmas records.

\"So I actually went into my studio over a couple of years and I made one.\"

The 'Let it Be' hitmaker says his eight grandchild - his daughter Mary's kids Arthur, 20, Elliot, 17, Sam, 11, and Sid, eight, and Miller, 14, Bailey, 13, Beckett, 11, and Reiley, nine, whose mother is fashion designer Stella - now get to be \"indoctrinated\" with his festive tunes.

Macca - who also has grownup children Heather, 56, and James, 42, with late ex-wife Linda, and 16-year-old Beatrice with second wife Heather Mills - added to BBC Radio 4's 'World at One' programme: \"The kids like it.

\"It's something they've heard through the years, you know, and now it's the grandkids getting indoctrinated with my carols record.\"

The 77-year-old music icon is set to headline Glastonbury festival next year, and the 'Come On To Me' hitmaker has compared his preparations to the Olympics.

The 'Hey Jude' hitmaker - who will be bringing the Saturday night to a close on the Pyramid Stage on June 27 for the event's 50th anniversary - said: \"You don't get an athlete just coming into the Olympics not having done a few races beforehand.

\"The idea is by the time I get to Glastonbury it'll just be just like another gig. But of course it won't be, because it's very special.\"

Macca will be returning to the festival for the first time since 2004, when he topped the bill alongside fellow headliners Muse and Oasis.

And he previously said that his kids were the ones pleading with him to join the bill.

Before he was confirmed, he said: \"People are saying that it will be good if I did it, so I'm starting to think about whether I can or whether it would be a good thing.

\"My kids are saying, 'Dad, we've got to talk about Glastonbury', and I think I know what they mean.

\"So they go every year, like a lot of people these days, and it is a great festival and we played there quite a long time ago so, maybe it is time to go back, I don't know, I'd have to put a few things in place and try and do that but it's starting to become some sort of remote possibility.\"

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Billie Eilish admits it feels \"really weird\" to have been named Billboard's Woman of the Year at the age of 17.

The 'Bad Guy' hitmaker received the accolade at the Billboard Women In Music Awards at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles on Thursday night (12.12.19), and thanked all the \"women in the past\" for making her life \"a lot easier\".

Speaking to the crowd, she said: \"It's really weird to be woman of the year at 17.

\"Last year, Ariana Grande got the award that I'm getting right now a year ago, and she gave a speech that I thought was the most touching thing I've ever seen.

\"Two weeks ago I realised that's the award I'm getting - and that really freaked me out. And still is.

\"I want to thank all the women in the past who have been the reason that I can be who I am and do what I want, and have paved the way for me and an entire generation of young women who ... women who, in the past, have done what they weren't supposed to do.

\"It's made my life a lot easier. So thank you to those women.\"

Before Billie's speech, Cyndi Lauper had praised her as \"magical\" as she introduced the teen to the stage, saying: \"When I first heard Billie sing, I kinda stopped breathing for a sec. It was so emotional and so deep - it stopped me.

\"Even when you had that black s**t coming down your face, I was like, 'Did she drink it and then it came out?'\"

Billie also praised Taylor's speech at the event, during which she called for an end to the \"toxic male privilege\" in the music industry as she accepted Billboard's first-ever Woman of the Decade award.

Taylor took aim at Scooter Braun - who she has been embroiled in a feud with lately after he bought Big Machine and the master recordings to her first six albums - and his supporters.

She said: \"Lately there's been a new shift that has affected me personally, and as your resident loud person, I feel like I need to bring it up. And that's the unregulated world of private equity coming in and buying up our music as if it's real estate, or an app, or a shoe line.

\"This happened to me without my approval, consultation or consent.

\"Scooter [Braun] never contacted me or my team to discuss it prior to the sale.\"

Taylor also called out a number of Scooter's supporters, saying it is \"the definition of the toxic male privilege in our industry to say, 'Well, he's always been nice to me.'

\"Of course he's nice to you; if you're in this room, you have something he needs.\"

Nicki Minaj scooped the Game-Changer Award at the ceremony, Alanis Morissette received the Icon Award, and Brandi Carlile accepted the Trailblazer Award.

In her acceptance speech, Alanis said: \"I'm really happy that this is a time where young women performers can do all things without being shamed for who they are.\"

Other winners on the night included Alicia Keys, who won the American Express Impact Award for her work with She is the Music - an industry-wide movement to empower female creators - and Rosalia won the Rising Star Award for changing the pop landscape with her own interpretations of flamenco music.

And Megan Thee Stallion took home the Powerhouse Award thanks to a string of hits in the US and for starting the 'Hot Girl Summer' trend with her collaboration with Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign.

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