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ABC News: Ex-'Idol' Claims Abdul Affair (AP)
AP - An ABC News special on competitor Fox's hit series "American Idol" will report a former contestant's claim that he had a sexual relationship with judge Paula Abdul while on the talent show, ABC News said Tuesday.

Witness Says Jackson in Financial Trouble (AP)
AP - A forensic accountant testified in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial Tuesday the pop star was spending $20 million to $30 million more every year than he earned, a deep financial problem the prosecution contends underlies conspiracy allegations in the case.

'Wizard of Oz' Munchkin Publishes Memoir (AP)
AP - It's a simple proclamation that can bring you instantly back to the land of Oz: "As coroner, I must aver / I thoroughly examined her / And she's not only merely dead / She's really, most sincerely dead!"

Paris Hilton Yearning for Simpler Life (AP)
AP - For someone with a wilder-than-wild party girl history and a faker-than-fake reality TV show, Paris Hilton is surprisingly real. In person, what you see — glammed up, glammed down, hair extensions in, hair extensions out — is what you get.

O'Brien Denies He Escaped to Rehab (AP)
AP - Television host Pat O'Brien says he didn't escape into alcohol rehabilitation to avoid embarrassing stories about obscene telephone calls he made that were circulating on the Internet.

'Wizard of Oz' Munchkin Publishes Memoir (AP)
AP - It's a simple proclamation that can bring you instantly back to the land of Oz: "As coroner, I must aver / I thoroughly examined her / And she's not only merely dead / She's really, most sincerely dead!"

Witness Says Jackson in Financial Trouble (AP)
AP - A forensic accountant testified in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial Tuesday the pop star was spending $20 million to $30 million more every year than he earned, a deep financial problem the prosecution contends underlies conspiracy allegations in the case.

ABC News: Ex-'Idol' Claims Abdul Affair (AP)
AP - An ABC News special on competitor Fox's hit series "American Idol" will report a former contestant's claim that he had a sexual relationship with judge Paula Abdul while on the talent show, ABC News said Tuesday.

Two Men Sue Rap Star Lil' Kim for Payment (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning hip-hop star Lil' Kim has been sued by two men who say she failed to pay them for song writing and performing services for her 2003 CD "La Bella Mafia," which sold more than 1 million copies.

'The Price, Syncopation, Lobby Hero, I Am My Own Wife' Take Portland Stage (Playbill)
Playbill - Portland Stage Company in Maine has announced a 2005-06 season of seven productions, ranging in voice form Peter Shaffer to Arthur Miller to Allan Knee to Doug Wright.

'Wizard of Oz' Munchkin Publishes Memoir (AP)
AP - It's a simple proclamation that can bring you instantly back to the land of Oz: "As coroner, I must aver / I thoroughly examined her / And she's not only merely dead / She's really, most sincerely dead!"

Paris Hilton Yearning for Simpler Life (AP)
AP - For someone with a wilder-than-wild party girl history and a faker-than-fake reality TV show, Paris Hilton is surprisingly real. In person, what you see — glammed up, glammed down, hair extensions in, hair extensions out — is what you get.

Report: Accidents Fell "Flicka" Friends (E! Online)
E! Online - After losing a couple equine friends, Flicka has been cleared of any wrongdoing.

Capsule Reviews of New Films (AP)
AP - Capsule reviews of films opening this week:

Review: 'Kingdom' Just an Action Movie (AP)
AP - "Kingdom of Heaven," Ridley Scott's tale of love, honor and intrigue during the Crusades, is as impressively vast and immaculately detailed as you'd expect from the Oscar-nominated director of "Gladiator."

Crusades in 'Kingdom' Politically Correct (AP)
AP - In these uneasy times, you'd think a Hollywood epic about the Crusades would spark a major revival of hard feelings over the medieval religious wars in the Middle East.

Review: 'Crash' Is Complex L.A. Tale (AP)
AP - With "Crash," Paul Haggis delivers a knockout punch that rivals the one he leveled with his Oscar-nominated "Million Dollar Baby" script.

Chan Promotes World Firefighter Games (AP)
AP - Decked out in full firefighter gear and arriving on a fire patrol buggy, Jackie Chan threw his name behind the next World Firefighters Games in Hong Kong.

Howard Ties 'Cinderella' Story to Youth (AP)
AP - Ron Howard's dad occasionally cited the story of underdog boxer Jim Braddock as a role model for his son. Now Howard's putting Braddock's tale on the big screen with "Cinderella Man," starring Russell Crowe as the fighter who rose from poverty and despair during the Depression to win the world heavyweight title.

Lohan Honored at Young Hollywood Awards (AP)
AP - It was a who's who of young Hollywood: Gwen Stefani and husband Gavin Rossdale, Lindsay Lohan, Jessica Alba, Hayden Panettiere, Frankie Muniz, Amber Tamblyn, even Britney Spears' little sister Jamie Lynn.

Witness Says Jackson in Financial Trouble (AP)
AP - A forensic accountant testified in Michael Jackson's child molestation trial Tuesday the pop star was spending $20 million to $30 million more every year than he earned, a deep financial problem the prosecution contends underlies conspiracy allegations in the case.

ABC News: Ex-'Idol' Claims Abdul Affair (AP)
AP - An ABC News special on competitor Fox's hit series "American Idol" will report a former contestant's claim that he had a sexual relationship with judge Paula Abdul while on the talent show, ABC News said Tuesday.

Sinatra biography cites new claim of Mafia ties (Reuters)
Reuters - Frank Sinatra once served as a Mafia courier and narrowly escaped arrest with a briefcase containing $3.5 million in cash, entertainer Jerry Lewis told authors of a new book excerpted on Tuesday in Vanity Fair magazine.

Two Men Sue Rap Star Lil' Kim for Payment (AP)
AP - Grammy-winning hip-hop star Lil' Kim has been sued by two men who say she failed to pay them for song writing and performing services for her 2003 CD "La Bella Mafia," which sold more than 1 million copies.

Lil' Kim Can't Catch a Break (E! Online)
E! Online - As if Lil' Kim and her lawyers don't have enough to worry about

More legal woes for Lil' Kim, vocalists sue (Reuters)
Reuters - Two vocalists who performed on rapper Lil' Kim's "La Bella Mafia" album are suing the Grammy winning recording artist for breach of contract and demanding to be paid more than $100,000 each.

Boxing Inspires Singer Aimee Mann (AP)
AP - Here's an image hard to get out of your head: wiry singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, chronicler of the emotionally fragile, whaling the tar out of somebody in a boxing ring.

Thompson Covers Spears Song on Live CD (AP)
AP - A Britney Spears song in a time capsule? Perhaps, if the wickedly subversive Richard Thompson is doing the packing.

Muti Returns to La Scala, Conducts Show (AP)
AP - Riccardo Muti, who resigned as music director of Milan's La Scala last month, made an emotional return to the opera house as a guest conductor, sparking calls for him to withdraw his resignation.

Spears-Federline Series to Be 'Chaotic' (AP)
AP - Britney Spears and hubby Kevin Federline's new reality series now has a title: "Britney and Kevin: Chaotic."

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