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Stones Announce New Album, World Tour (AP)
AP - Roll over Beethoven, and tell Tchaikovsky the news: The Rolling Stones announced a new album and world tour Tuesday with a three-song mini-concert at one of Manhattan's bastions of classical music, the Juilliard School.

Andre 3000 Signs Nickelodeon-MTV Deal (AP)
AP - Andre 3000 says kids' movies need to be edgier — and he plans to make it happen through a new deal with Nickelodeon and MTV.

Corey Clark Says He Has Affair Evidence (AP)
AP - Responding to Paula Abdul's "Saturday Night Live" cameo appearance, Corey Clark's lawyer said the former "American Idol" contestant has "explicit" and "incriminating" evidence into their alleged affair.

Neverland Manager Testifies at Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's property manager at his Neverland estate testified Tuesday that the family of Jackson's accuser never objected when there were discussions about them going to Brazil.

Lucas Glad to Leave Star Wars Behind (AP)
AP - A wilted monolith of establishment politics. An entrenched ruling class fearful of change. And one man who stealthily rebels from within, turning the system on its head and bending it to his will.

'Lemming' kicks off days of films and fun at Cannes (Reuters)
Reuters - The Cannes Film Festival opens on Wednesday with "Lemming," directed by German-born Dominik Moll, kicking off a 12-day extravaganza that brings with it partying and pouting, networking and negotiating.

Neverland Manager Testifies at Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's property manager at his Neverland estate testified Tuesday that the family of Jackson's accuser never objected when there were discussions about them going to Brazil.

Uchenna and Joyce Agu Win 'Amazing Race' (AP)
AP - Rob and Amber who? Married couple Uchenna and Joyce Agu outraced a pair of former "Survivor" contestants and a former prisoner of war and his beauty queen girlfriend to win the seventh edition of CBS' "The Amazing Race" and the $1 million prize.

Yahoo Introduces Online Music Service (AP)
AP - Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. is introducing an online music subscription service that will enable consumers to download thousands of songs onto their portable MP3 players for $60 annually, undercutting the prices of the current industry leaders by more than 60 percent.

Hold on to your tutu: Here comes Pippi Longstocking (Reuters)
Reuters - She sleeps with her feet on the pillow, can lift a horse and has no respect for grown-ups -- Pippi Longstocking turns 60 this year but the rebellious Swedish redhead is about to run riot in the graceful world of ballet.

'Lemming' kicks off days of films and fun at Cannes (Reuters)
Reuters - The Cannes Film Festival opens on Wednesday with "Lemming," directed by German-born Dominik Moll, kicking off a 12-day extravaganza that brings with it partying and pouting, networking and negotiating.

DreamWorks Misses 1Q Profit Estimates (AP)
AP - DreamWorks Animation SKG Inc. badly missed estimates for its first quarter profit as expected revenue from home video sales of "Shrek 2" failed to materialize, the company said Tuesday.

Renee and Kenny--They Do! (E! Online)
E! Online - After a whirlwind four-month courtship, the erstwhile Bridget Jones' Diary spinster was hitched to country star Kenny Chesney Monday in the Virgin Islands, her publicist confirmed to E!

Scarlett Aborts "Mission" (E! Online)
E! Online - Starring opposite Tom Cruise turned into an impossible mission for Scarlett Johansson.

Andre 3000 Signs Deal With Nickelodeon A (AP)
AP - Andre 3000 says kids' movies need to be edgier — and he plans to make it happen through a new deal with Nickelodeon and MTV.

Jolie Begins Goodwill Trip to Sierra Leone (AP)
AP - Angelina Jolie began a goodwill trip to Sierra Leone to meet survivors of the West African nation's devastating war.

Eminem to Perform at 2005 Movie Awards (AP)
AP - Nine Inch Nails and Eminem will perform at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards. The 14th annual awards show, hosted by Jimmy Fallon, will be taped June 4 at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. The show will air June 9.

Renee Zellweger, Kenny Chesney Wed (AP)
AP - Actress Renee Zellweger, who played the lovelorn title character in "Bridget Jones's Diary," was married Monday to country music star Kenny Chesney in a small ceremony on the Caribbean island of St. John in the U.S. Virgin Islands.

Mark Hamill Reminisces on 'Star Wars' (AP)
AP - Though the new "Star Wars" movie ends with Luke Skywalker as a baby, the Jedi knight grew up a long time ago.

Lucas Glad to Leave Star Wars Behind (AP)
AP - A wilted monolith of establishment politics. An entrenched ruling class fearful of change. And one man who stealthily rebels from within, turning the system on its head and bending it to his will.

Neverland Manager Testifies at Trial (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson's property manager at his Neverland estate testified Tuesday that the family of Jackson's accuser never objected when there were discussions about them going to Brazil.

Stones Announce New Album, World Tour (AP)
AP - Roll over Beethoven, and tell Tchaikovsky the news: The Rolling Stones announced a new album and world tour Tuesday with a three-song mini-concert at one of Manhattan's bastions of classical music, the Juilliard School.

Yahoo Introduces Online Music Service (AP)
AP - Internet powerhouse Yahoo Inc. is introducing an online music subscription service that will enable consumers to download thousands of songs onto their portable MP3 players for $60 annually, undercutting the prices of the current industry leaders by more than 60 percent.

Warner Music IPO Prices at $17 Per Share (AP)
AP - Warner Music Group Corp.'s initial public offering didn't hit the high note its owners were hoping for Tuesday, pricing its initial public offering at $17 a share, below its expected range of $22 to $24.

Stones Get Fall Tour Rolling (E! Online)
E! Online - The ageless wonders are once again ready to mount a massive world tour--that may or may not be their last, depending on which Stone you listened to Tuesday at a concert/press conference in Manhattan.

Apple Make Amends with Eminem (E! Online)
E! Online - A lawyer for the rapper confirmed Tuesday that he had reached an undisclosed financial settlement with the iPod purveying-company for illicitly using his lyrics to hawk the iTunes Music Store. MTV, which broadcast the commercial, and its parent company, Viacom, were also named in the lawsuit and were party to the settlement.

McCready Survives Savage Attack (E! Online)
E! Online - Mindy McCready's life is continuing to play out like a particularly sad country song.

Corey Clark Says He Has Affair Evidence (AP)
AP - Responding to Paula Abdul's "Saturday Night Live" cameo appearance, Corey Clark's lawyer said the former "American Idol" contestant has "explicit" and "incriminating" evidence into their alleged affair.

Rock megastars Rolling Stones announce world tour (Reuters)
Reuters - It's only rock 'n' roll but they still like it.

Andre 3000 Signs Deal With Nickelodeon A (AP)
AP - Andre 3000 says kids' movies need to be edgier — and he plans to make it happen through a new deal with Nickelodeon and MTV.

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