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Prosecution Rests Case in Jackson Trial (AP)
AP - Prosecutors rested their case Wednesday in the Michael Jackson trial after more than two months of dramatic testimony in which they sought to prove that the pop star molested a teenage cancer patient and conspired to hold his family captive at his fairy-tale estate.

ABC Airs Report on Alleged 'Idol' Affair (AP)
AP - The "American Idol" contestant who said he had an affair with judge Paula Abdul detailed late-night phone calls, clandestine kisses and her pleas to keep things secret in an ABC News special Wednesday.

Casino Buys Spears' Alleged Pregnancy Test (AP)
AP - Online casino Golden Palace has spilled $5,001 for Britney Spears' alleged home pregnancy test. "It's hard to put a price on Britney Spears' urine," Golden Palace spokesman Drew Black told The Associated Press Wednesday.

Production of 'Chappelle's Show' Suspended (AP)
AP - Production of the popular Comedy Central series "Chappelle's Show" has been suspended and its third season's premiere indefinitely delayed.

Bobby Brown in Court Over Children's Trust (AP)
AP - A family court judge on Wednesday gave R&B singer Bobby Brown two days to prove he has the income to fund educational trusts for two of his children.

Lucas previews final, dark chapter in 'Star Wars' (Reuters)
Reuters - The force is back, but for the final installment in the nearly 30-year-old "Star Wars" saga it is the dark side that comes to dominate.

Savol Leaves 'Idol'; ABC Airs Expose (AP)
AP - Despite a tongue-in-cheek Internet campaign to keep him, "American Idol" voters sent home Scott Savol, the shaky singer from Shaker Heights, as it reached its final four on Wednesday.

ABC Airs Report on Alleged 'Idol' Affair (AP)
AP - The "American Idol" contestant who said he had an affair with judge Paula Abdul detailed late-night phone calls, clandestine kisses and her pleas to keep things secret in an ABC News special Wednesday.

America's Junior Miss Pageant Ending (AP)
AP - America's Junior Miss pageant will crown its last winner this summer after an almost half-century run because of problems attracting sponsors and a major television contract, pageant officials said Wednesday.

Selections for Second Annual Summer Play Festival, at NYC's Theatre Row, Announced (Playbill)
Playbill - Sixteen plays have been announced for the 2005 Summer Play Festival in Manhattan, due to run July 5-31 under the aegis of deep-pocketed producer Arielle Tepper

Lucas previews final, dark chapter in 'Star Wars' (Reuters)
Reuters - The force is back, but for the final installment in the nearly 30-year-old "Star Wars" saga it is the dark side that comes to dominate.

MTV Movie Awards Get "Mean" (E! Online)
E! Online - The jocular Fever Pitch star has been tapped for a second hosting stint at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, which are set to tape June 4 and air June 9. He previously hosted the Movie Awards back in 2001 and also served as host of the 2002 MTV Video Music Awards.

Loews Goes Reel Time (E! Online)
E! Online - Hate going to the movies and having a commercial-a-thon break out?

MTV rolls out big guns to promote new shows (Reuters)
Reuters - With a pitch aimed at Main Street America, both coasts and everywhere in between, MTV Networks told Madison Avenue Tuesday that it touched everyone, everywhere, every way.

News Corp. Profit Falls 8 Percent (AP)
AP - News Corp., the media conglomerate controlled by Rupert Murdoch, reported Wednesday an 8 percent decline in net profits for the January-March period because of a charge for restructuring its holdings in several regional sports channels.

Director Scott aims for balance in Crusade movie (Reuters)
Reuters - Sir Ridley Scott wanted to make an eye-popping action movie about the Crusades -- not a documentary.

Fallon to Return As MTV Movie Awards Host (AP)
AP - Jimmy Fallon will return as host of the MTV Movie Awards.

Man Accused of Threatening Actor Arrested (AP)
AP - Police arrested a man who allegedly threatened "Forrest Gump" star Mykelti Williamson with a gun while both were driving on city streets.

'Mean Girls' rivalry renewed in MTV award nods (Reuters)
Reuters - Teen film comedy "Mean Girls" clinched four of the MTV Movie Award nominations announced on Wednesday, but star Lindsay Lohan was topped by her on-screen rival, Rachel McAdams, who earned five mentions.

Actress Jolie Meets With Pakistan Leader (AP)
AP - Angelina Jolie met Pakistan's prime minister in Islamabad to thank him for hosting Afghan refugees.

Savol Leaves 'Idol'; ABC Airs Expose (AP)
AP - Despite a tongue-in-cheek Internet campaign to keep him, "American Idol" voters sent home Scott Savol, the shaky singer from Shaker Heights, as it reached its final four on Wednesday.

Springsteen's 'Devils' bows at No. 1 on U.S. charts (Reuters)
Reuters - Bruce Springsteen notched his seventh No. 1 album on the U.S. pop charts Wednesday with "Devils & Dust," which was released in DualDisc format with the full album on one side and DVD content on the other side.

Carly Simon singing standards on Columbia debut (Reuters)
Reuters - Carly Simon has inked a new deal with Columbia Records after spending the past 18 years recording for Arista.

Bobby Brown in Court Over Children's Trust (AP)
AP - A family court judge on Wednesday gave R&B singer Bobby Brown two days to prove he has the income to fund educational trusts for two of his children.

Casino Buys Spears' Alleged Pregnancy Test (AP)
AP - Online casino Golden Palace has spilled $5,001 for Britney Spears' alleged home pregnancy test. "It's hard to put a price on Britney Spears' urine," Golden Palace spokesman Drew Black told The Associated Press Wednesday.

Bruce Bedevils Charts (E! Online)
E! Online - Bruce Springsteen might be unplugged, but he's still the Boss.

EU trademark bid turns to ashes for Irish boy band (Reuters)
Reuters - Irish boy band Westlife's bid to hold on to its band name as a trademark went up in a puff of smoke on Wednesday when an EU court ruled that the name was too similar to Imperial Tobacco's West cigarette trademark.

Prosecution Witness Talks in Jackson Case (AP)
AP - A man who worked with one of Michael Jackson's associates testified Wednesday in the singer's child molestation trial that a member of the singer's inner circle once referred to "killers" pursuing the accuser's family.

Audioslave to Play Free Concert in Cuba (AP)
AP - A top U.S. rock band, Audioslave, announced Wednesday it will give a free, open-air concert on the Havana waterfront this week.

Springsteen Tops Album Charts With 'Dust' (AP)
AP - Bruce Springsteen's new album, "Devils & Dust," has left the competition in the dust.

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