This is the latest installment in a new series where the HuffPost Teen editors round up five things they're excited about each week -- from new video games, to books, to viral videos, to entertainment news. Check out this week's picks in the slideshow below, and email or tweet @HuffPostTeen with your suggestions!
This week, we're can't stop talking about action-packed YA mystery novel Tokyo Heist and some very big news involving One Direction. And, of course, album of the week goes to Justin Bieber's Believe, which dropped today!
This Olympic Performance
"The main theme of the Olympic closing ceremony will be celebrating the best of British music, so it's only right that One Direction are opening the show," <a href="http://www.starpulse.com/news/Rachel_Ho/2012/06/18/one_direction_to_open_for_olympics_clo" target="_hplink">a source reveals</a>. After the Games are over, the British boy band will represent their country in the closing ceremony with a performance of "What Makes You Beautiful." We can't wait!
This TV Show
<em>Bunheads</em> is summer's coolest new TV show. Although it premiered a few weeks ago, it's not too late to catch up. (And you should -- we're obsessed with the dance studio drama!) Check out this<a href="http://www.examiner.com/article/q-a-kaitlyn-jenkins-discusses-bunheads-dancing-and-friendship-drama" target="_hplink"> interview</a> with star Kaitlyn Jenkins. The next episode airs Monday at 9 PM.
This Gaming Console
Nintendo <a href="http://www.marketwatch.com/story/nintendo-reveals-new-nintendo-3ds-game-details-at-e3-expo-2012-06-06" target="_hplink">released new information</a> about upcoming games for the Nintendo 3DS earlier this month -- and they sound awesome. Expect to see New Super Mario Bros. 2 with a wireless two-player mode, a new action game calling Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, and a fresh 3D update to the classic Paper Mario: Sticker Star. And if you haven't already, check out the new downloadable content from the <a href="http://www.nintendo.com/3ds/downloads" target="_hplink">Nintendo eShop</a>.
When 16-year-old Violet goes to visit her father in Seattle, she ends up in the center of a dangerous, high-profile art robbery. It's up to Violet to chase down the missing van Gogh sketches in a dizzying search through Tokyo and Kyoto. <em>Tokyo Heist</em> is author <a href="http://www.dianarenn.net/books.html" target="_hplink">Diana Renn</a>'s first YA novel, but we certainly hope it isn't her last! Order it on <a href="http://www.amazon.com/Tokyo-Heist-Diana-Renn/dp/0670013323/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1320497177&sr=1-1" target="_hplink">Amazon</a>.
This Video Game
If you played with Legos as a kid, you'll flip for the <a href="https://twitter.com/justinbieber/status/214819378775064576" target="_hplink">new video game </a>that came out today, <em>Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes</em>. Between Batman, awesome voices, and the occasional pop culture references, this is one game you won't want to miss.