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Moms Testify They Trusted Michael Jackson (AP)
AP - Two mothers testified at Michael Jackson's trial Friday that they trusted Jackson enough to let their sons sleep in his bed and were convinced that no molestation ever occurred.

Report: Abdul to Make Appearance on 'SNL' (AP)
AP - Apparently Paula Abdul has no plans to keep a low profile. The "American Idol" judge being investigated for an alleged affair with a former contestant will make an appearance on NBC's "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, the entertainment magazine show "The Insider" reported Friday.

Foxy Brown Rejects Prosecution Plea Deal (AP)
AP - Foxy Brown, accused of beating up two nail salon workers, has rejected a plea deal that would have kept her out of jail and would have involved no probation or conditions.

McConaughey Explores Evel Knievel's Life (AP)
AP - Actor Matthew McConaughey was one of those kids who watched famed motorcycle daredevil Evel Knievel on television, then went out and jumped mounds of dirt on his bike.

'Apprentice' Down to Final Two Candidates (AP)
AP - The last man standing on NBC's "The Apprentice" has been fired. "I don't want to call it the women's season, but it is," Craig Williams told The Associated Press Friday. "You don't have to consider that, but it is a reality. We can't just overlook that. At the same time, we don't want to make that the excuse for why I'm not `The Apprentice.'"

Oscar nominee Haggis seeks respect with 'Crash' (Reuters)
Reuters - Sometimes, even Oscar nominees get no respect.

Pixies tour includes two shows per night (Reuters)
Reuters - How do you come back from a comeback? Alt-rockers the Pixies are doing it by mixing it up.

Mexico's Fox and leftist hopeful make up (Reuters)
Reuters - President Vicente Fox and rival Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the leftist mayor strongly favored to replace him next year, made up on Friday after a year-long battle that plunged Mexico into crisis.

Arnold Positions RadioShack As Hip (AdWeek.com)
AdWeek.com - BOSTON Havas' Arnold in June will launch a national campaign designed to reposition its new client RadioShack as a hip, customer-focused retailer that can help consumers make smart buying decisions, sources said.

Tony Champ 'Avenue Q' Slated for a Labor Day Opening in Las Vegas (Playbill)
Playbill - Broadway's Tony Award-reigning musical champion Avenue Q will open its Las Vegas production at the Wynn Las Vegas resort on Labor Day (Sept. 5), Playbill.com has learned.

Oscar nominee Haggis seeks respect with 'Crash' (Reuters)
Reuters - Sometimes, even Oscar nominees get no respect.

DancesWithFilms Unveils Independent Work (AP)
AP - At The Lot, a flowered expanse of stage and office space that once housed the free-spirited United Artists studio, a collection of directors and actors gathers outside in the sun.

Pena: 'Crash' Role Most Fulfilling Work (AP)
AP - Michael Pena considers his role in the movie "Crash" the most satisfying of his career.

Rock Defends Steroid Use Among Athletes (AP)
AP - Chris Rock is ready to get juiced. "I'm pretty scrawny," the actor-comedian says in the new issue of Rolling Stone magazine, on newsstands Friday.

A Look Back at the Week in Entertainment (AP)
AP - A look back at the week in entertainment:

Spike TV Orders Pilot Based on 'Blade' (AP)
AP - Spike TV has ordered a pilot based on the successful "Blade" movies starring Wesley Snipes as the half-human, half-vampire hunter of the undead.

Group to Protect Hepburn Land in Conn. (AP)
AP - A marshy piece of land that had been owned by Katharine Hepburn next to her home — and that she had used as inspiration for some of her paintings — has been turned over to an organization that will protect the land.

Today in Entertainment History (AP)
AP - On May 6, 1965, guitarist Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones came up with the riff that formed the foundation of the song "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction." He was staying at a motel in Clearwater, Fla., at the time.

Tucker Ready to "Rush" (E! Online)
E! Online - Chris Tucker is suddenly in a rush to make movies again.

Russell, Nicole Hooking Up? (E! Online)
E! Online - Russell Crowe and Nicole Kidman, who were supposed to team up in the romantic fable Eucalyptus earlier this year before the production was postponed indefinitely, are hoping to hook up again.

Pixies tour includes two shows per night (Reuters)
Reuters - How do you come back from a comeback? Alt-rockers the Pixies are doing it by mixing it up.

Nokia antes up new wireless player (Reuters)
Reuters - Nokia AB, the world's leading mobile phone manufacturer, has introduced what is by far the most advanced combination of wireless phone and MP3 player, upping the ante for devices hoping to compete against Apple Computer's iPod.

Merchandise firm thinking 'outside the t-shirt' (Reuters)
Reuters - "Think outside the T-shirt."

System of a Down ready to 'Mezmerize' fans (Reuters)
Reuters - Few acts can trot out a Peter Jennings newsreel before a concert and have a hard-rock audience of 6,000 erupt in cheers. For fans of System of a Down, however, a pre-show report on genocide is as fitting as a guitar solo.

Jaguar takes indie tunes for a drive (Reuters)
Reuters - Ford Motor Co. is putting some teeth into promoting its upscale Jaguar brand through some strong musical relationships.

Modern rock acts promote music outside radio (Reuters)
Reuters - Modern-rock promotion finds itself at a crossroads as a growing number of terrestrial radio broadcasters tune out the ratings-challenged format.

Bruce rides acoustic music to top of the chart (Reuters)
Reuters - This isn't the first time that the Boss has followed an acoustic path, but "Devils & Dust" marks the first time that route leads Bruce Springsteen to No. 1 on The Billboard 200 albums chart in the week ended May 1.

Concord Records on a roll with Grammys, Fantasy buy (Reuters)
Reuters - As told by the label's late founder, Carl Jefferson, the Concord Records story began "accidentally."

Copyright Office seeks authors of 'orphan songs' (Reuters)
Reuters - In late 1946, glamorous Savannah Churchill, the Alicia Keys of her day, recorded the ballad "I Want to Be Loved (But Only by You)" for Manor Records, a New Jersey-based independent label.

Foxy Nixes Nail Deal (E! Online)
E! Online - The rap diva on Friday rejected an offer from prosecutors to settle charges stemming from a dispute at Manhattan's Bloomie Nails last August.

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