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Rubio, Juanes Earn Billboard Latin Awards (AP)
AP - Colombian rocker Juanes, dance diva Paulina Rubio and Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra were each triple winners at the flashy Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night.

Report: 'Idol' Finalist Faced Drug Charges (AP)
AP - "American Idol" finalist Bo Bice was arrested twice in the past four years on drug charges, a Web site reported Thursday — but Fox TV is standing by the long-haired rocker.

Jackson's Ex-Wife Calls Him a Great Father (AP)
AP - The mother of two of Michael Jackson's children described the pop star Thursday as a "good father, great with kids" who became a victim of "opportunistic vultures" in his inner circle as they sought to make millions from his troubles.

White House Shift Led to Network Coverage (AP)
AP - A quick schedule shift by the White House enabled President Bush to get considerably wider television exposure than he would have otherwise gotten for Thursday's prime-time news conference.

'Simpsons' Looks Beyond 350th Episode (AP)
AP - When a show reaches an impressive 350 episodes, it's fair to reflect on its mortality. So how long can "The Simpsons," which hits the milestone Sunday, keep going?

Where the Boys Are This Weekend (Reuters)
Reuters - It's sure to be a foot race for a fan base this weekend at the movies.

Rubio, Juanes Earn Billboard Latin Awards (AP)
AP - Colombian rocker Juanes, dance diva Paulina Rubio and Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra were each triple winners at the flashy Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night.

'Jim,' 'Videos' in at ABC; NBC Drops 'Dreams' (Reuters)
Reuters - ABC has extended its string of early pickups with next-season orders for the James Belushi-starring sitcom "According to Jim" and "America's Funniest Home Videos."

White House Shift Led to Network Coverage (AP)
AP - A quick schedule shift by the White House enabled President Bush to get considerably wider television exposure than he would have otherwise gotten for Thursday's prime-time news conference.

Theater Review: 'Chitty Chitty Bang Bang' (Reuters)
Reuters - Perhaps it was merely my imagination, but the musical refrain that accompanies the flying of the titular vehicle in "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" seemed to bear a resemblance to the theme from "Superman." Of course, this befits a show whose advertising tagline might as well read, "You'll believe a car can fly!"

Where the Boys Are This Weekend (Reuters)
Reuters - It's sure to be a foot race for a fan base this weekend at the movies.

2929 Signs Soderbergh for Six-Pack (Reuters)
Reuters - In a move that provides significant momentum to Mark Cuban and Todd Wagner's efforts to collapse traditional film-distribution windows, their 2929 Entertainment company has signed a six-picture directing deal with maverick director Steven Soderbergh.

'Jaws' 30th Anniversary DVD Due in June (Reuters)
Reuters - Just in time for the beachgoing season, the original summer blockbuster resurfaces June 14.

Actor Patrick Wilson Eyes Role in 'Children' (Reuters)
Reuters - Two-time Tony Award nominee Patrick Wilson ("Angels in America") is in talks to star in writer-director Todd Field's relationship drama "Little Children" opposite four-time Oscar nominee Kate Winslet and Oscar winner Jennifer Connelly for New Line Cinema.

Box Office Still Feeling Effect of 'Passion' (Reuters)
Reuters - The box office might be in the doldrums, but it doesn't look like the distribution executives are ready to throw in the towel just yet.

'Ray,' 'ER,' 'Lost' Shine at Prisms (Reuters)
Reuters - "Ray" and TV hits "Desperate Housewives," "ER" and "Lost" were among the winners Thursday at the ninth annual Prism Awards, which recognize accurate depictions of drug, alcohol and tobacco use in entertainment.

Classic Films in Spotlight at Cannes Fest (Reuters)
Reuters - Organizers of the Festival de Cannes on Thursday unveiled the complete lineup of the Cannes Classics section dedicated to historic films from around the world.

Almodovar to Reteam with Cruz, Maura for 'Volver' (Reuters)
Reuters - The Almodovar production house El Deseo announced Thursday that director Pedro Almodovar's next film will be "Volver," starring Penelope Cruz and Carmen Maura.

Seinfeld Writes Animated Tale 'Bee Movie' (AP)
AP - Jerry Seinfeld is going the Bee-movie route. Seinfeld has written the cartoon comedy "Bee Movie," for which he will provide the key voice, and also will produce the tale for DreamWorks Animation.

Cartoonist Lee Reaches Deal With Marvel (AP)
AP - Superhero creator Stan Lee is feeling rather super himself after reaching a settlement with Marvel Enterprises. The cartoonist had sued in November 2002 to share profits generated by the company's TV and movie productions — particularly the box-office smash "Spider-Man," which earned more than $800 million worldwide, and its super successful sequel.

Rubio, Juanes Earn Billboard Latin Awards (AP)
AP - Colombian rocker Juanes, dance diva Paulina Rubio and Dominican singer-songwriter Juan Luis Guerra were each triple winners at the flashy Billboard Latin Music Awards on Thursday night.

Hynde, Preston Sit in on New Ringo Starr Album (Reuters)
Reuters - In crafting his latest album, Ringo Starr once again sought a little help from his friends.

Eagles Ready DVD, TV Special, Tour (Reuters)
Reuters - The Eagles will on June 7 release a double-disc DVD chronicling a November 2004 run of shows in Melbourne.

Whitney's Rehab: Mommy's Orders? (E! Online)
E! Online - That Whitney Houston's out of a court-imposed drug rehab program less than a month after checking in is news in itself. That it was her mother, Cissy Houston, who allegedly put Whitney there takes the saga to a whole new level.

Report: 'Idol' Finalist Faced Drug Charges (AP)
AP - "American Idol" finalist Bo Bice was arrested twice in the past four years on drug charges, a Web site reported Thursday — but Fox TV is standing by the long-haired rocker.

Stefani Single Ousts 50 Cent from No. 1 (Reuters)
Reuters - With a leap from No. 3 to No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100, Gwen Stefani's "Hollaback Girl" ends the nine-week reign of 50 Cent's "Candy Shop" featuring Olivia, which slips to No. 3.

Amerie, 112 Added to Vibe MusicFest (AP)
AP - Amerie and 112 are set to join Big Boi, Ludacris and Kanye West at the inaugural Vibe MusicFest in Atlanta this summer.

Martina McBride Building Kan. Playground (AP)
AP - Martina McBride is teaming with Home Depot to build a playground near her hometown in Kansas.

Lyricist Yip Harburg Honored on Stamp (AP)
AP - Lyricist Yip Harburg, whose work ranged from songs for "The Wizard of Oz" to words for popular love melodies, was honored Thursday with a new postage stamp.

Debby Boone Tells Mother-In-Law's Story (AP)
AP - Since Bette Midler had already beaten Debby Boone to a recording of her former mother-in-law Rosemary Clooney's songs, Boone had to think of something different. Rather than be jealous, she set to work making something more personal.

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