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Katy Perry or Christina Aguilera: Who Has The Best Video of 2012?

Or we suppose the real question is who has the more dedicated fans?
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We already gave you our opinion about the Top 40 of 2012 showdown between Christina Aguilera's "Your Body" and Katy Perry's "Part of Me" in the form of a heated IM conversation between our staff Katy Cat and our Xtina mega stan. But ultimately, it's you guys who decide who wins this thing!

In this corner, we've got Xtina's glam trailer trash spectacular, "Your Body," the first single off of the singer's latest album, Lotus. From the dramatic outfit changes to that spooky part when she talks to the online psychic, it's a virtual sensory overload that Christina fans have been going hard for since day one.

In this corner, it's Katy's fairytale-inspired "Part of Me" from the reissue of her 2010 smash, Teenage Dream. The video follows Katy after a major breakup and how she finds her revenge -- by joining the Army. But Katy Cats, you guys let this one slip! After being eliminated in Round 1 when she was pitted against "Your Body" the first time, "Part of Me" only came back into the competition after qualifying as a Wildcard. Now Katy's back on top, up against Xtina again -- and she's facing one of the most intense fan armies out there.

So who's it going to be? What is the best video of 2012? Is it Christina Aguilera's "Your Body" or Katy Perry's "Part of Me"? The polls close in just a few hours, so go get to voting! May the best pop star win.

Update: Sorry, guys! Katy Perry's "Part of Me" video is in the final two, not "Wide Awake." Thanks for correcting us.

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