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Gretchen Wilson Wins Two Country Awards (AP)
AP - A brash newcomer, an Australian and a newlywed recording veteran took away the top honors at the 40th annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

Spears, Husband Do Letterman's Top 10 List (AP)
AP - Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were everywhere Tuesday — including reading a top 10 list on CBS' "The Late Show with David Letterman."

CBS Tries to Replace 'Raymond' (AP)
AP - NBC didn't have much luck replacing television's most popular comedy when "Friends" ended last year. CBS now faces the same challenge with the departure of "Everybody Loves Raymond."

Simon, Songwriters Honored at BMI Event (AP)
AP - Dozens of songwriters gathered to celebrate the BMI Pop Music Awards honoring Paul Simon and other colleagues. But some couldn't place the name of the organization that keeps tabs on their royalties.

Social Worker: Boy Denied Abuse by Jackson (AP)
AP - A social worker testified Tuesday at Michael Jackson's child molestation trial that she met privately with the accuser and his family during the time they claim they were Jackson's captives, and they praised the singer and denied any sexual abuse.

Two-thirds of software seen pirated in 5 yrs-study (Reuters)
Reuters - Two-thirds of software used in computers globally could be pirated in five years' time compared with about one-third currently as Internet usage widens, a study showed on Wednesday.

Simon, Songwriters Honored at BMI Event (AP)
AP - Dozens of songwriters gathered to celebrate the BMI Pop Music Awards honoring Paul Simon and other colleagues. But some couldn't place the name of the organization that keeps tabs on their royalties.

CBS Tries to Replace 'Raymond' (AP)
AP - NBC didn't have much luck replacing television's most popular comedy when "Friends" ended last year. CBS now faces the same challenge with the departure of "Everybody Loves Raymond."

Nintendo Joins Battle of New Game Systems (AP)
AP - Let the battle for the digital den begin — again. Nintendo Co. on Tuesday was the last of the three major video game console makers to preview its next-generation system, called Revolution. The Japanese company had a tiny surprise, too.

Go, Go, Go, Frodo! 'Lord of the Rings' Musical Takes Million in First Day of Sales (Playbill)
Playbill - Tickets to the new lavish stage musical, The Lord of the Rings, went on sale May 15 - nine months before its premiere - and rang up $1 million within 24 hours, according to The Star in Toronto.

Two-thirds of software seen pirated in 5 yrs-study (Reuters)
Reuters - Two-thirds of software used in computers globally could be pirated in five years' time compared with about one-third currently as Internet usage widens, a study showed on Wednesday.

Jane Fonda Film Banned From Ky. Theaters (AP)
AP - The owner of two Kentucky theaters has refused to show the new Jane Fonda film "Monster-in-Law" because of the activist role the actress took during the Vietnam War.

Gritty film shows China opening up, director says (Reuters)
Reuters - A gritty Chinese drama in competition at the Cannes Film Festival explores the clash between generations and grim life in industrial hinterlands where millions of families were forcibly moved in the 1960s.

'Christmas' comes in May for European film industry (Reuters)
Reuters - An emotional film based on a true story about a Christmas truce that brought German, French, and British soldiers out of their World War One trenches made its multi-lingual world premiere at Cannes.

Star Wars fans contemplate the 'other side of life' (Reuters)
Reuters - Where will they go now that the story is about to end in a galaxy far, far away?

Cannes Documentary Shows 'Third Man' (AP)
AP - Harry Lime continues to prowl the streets of Vienna, where he cold-heartedly sold tainted penicillin for children and magically returned from the dead.

Altman Directing 'Prairie Home Companion' (AP)
AP - Robert Altman's next movie has a location.

Gandolfini Says He Has 'Useless Temper' (AP)
AP - James Gandolfini says unlike Tony Soprano, he has a "useless temper." The actor who plays the violent mob boss on HBO's "The Sopranos," is currently shooting the sixth and final season of the show, but reminisces about the formulation of the iconic character on CBS's "60 Minutes Wednesday," (8 p.m. ET).

Lucas Talks About Anakin's Good Side (AP)
AP - The father turned evil. The son didn't. Was Anakin Skywalker the proverbial bad seed, or did he just have a tougher upbringing than his boy Luke?

'Super Size Me' turns to TV (Reuters)
Reuters - The man who made a hit movie out of eating McDonald's fast food for a month has filmed a "fundamentalist Christian" man living as a Muslim to find out what it's like to face the prejudice that many Muslims in America deal with since Sept. 11.

Simon, Songwriters Honored at BMI Event (AP)
AP - Dozens of songwriters gathered to celebrate the BMI Pop Music Awards honoring Paul Simon and other colleagues. But some couldn't place the name of the organization that keeps tabs on their royalties.

Gretchen Wilson Wins Two Country Awards (AP)
AP - A brash newcomer, an Australian and a newlywed recording veteran took away the top honors at the 40th annual Academy of Country Music Awards.

British band Coldplay irked by corporate pressures (Reuters)
Reuters - British rock band Coldplay played Manhattan on Tuesday to promote their highly anticipated new album and said they are uncomfortable that they sell so many albums they can move a major corporation's stock price.

Country Music Awards Winners List (AP)
AP - Winners in Tuesday's Academy of Country Music Awards:

Reznor: Firing Manager Was Like Divorce (AP)
AP - Alternative-rocker Trent Reznor told a jury on Tuesday that firing his longtime manager after the finances of his band, Nine Inch Nails, deteriorated was "like a divorce."

Jay-Z's R. Kelly Suit Smacked Down (E! Online)
E! Online - A Manhattan judge on Monday tossed a lawsuit the hip-hop mogul filed against former running mate R. Kelly stemming from their scuttled Best of Both Worlds trek. The rapper had filed his counterclaim in response to the R&B singer's $75 million breach of contract lawsuit that accused Jay-Z of unjustly booting him off the tour.

Tickets for the Who New York benefit cost $1,500 (Reuters)
Reuters - Let's hope "My Generation" is making some serious money.

Spears, Husband Do Letterman's Top 10 List (AP)
AP - Britney Spears and Kevin Federline were everywhere Tuesday — including reading a top 10 list on CBS' "The Late Show with David Letterman."

Pregnant Spears Appears on 'Ellen' (AP)
AP - A pregnant Britney Spears appeared with husband Kevin Federline on "Ellen" Tuesday — the first television interview for the couple together. Wearing a loose, pink-and-beige dress, Spears only slightly showed signs of her pregnancy, which she announced in early April.

Kylie Minogue Battling Cancer (E! Online)
E! Online - The 36-year-old Australian songbird was diagnosed with breast cancer while visiting her family at home in Melbourne, her management confirmed.

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