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'American Idol' Contestants Face Off (AP)
AP - Long-locked Alabama rocker Bo Bice and Carrie Underwood, the country fan from Oklahoma, squared off with soaring ballads and gospel choirs in the "American Idol" finals Tuesday.

Leno Was Suspicious of Jackson Accuser (AP)
AP - Jay Leno stopped making fun of Michael Jackson just long enough to testify for the pop star at his child molestation trial Tuesday, saying that he grew suspicious of effusive and seemingly scripted phone calls from Jackson's young accuser.

P. Diddy to Appeal Child Support Order (AP)
AP - P. Diddy likes to brag about having the biggest yacht, the most expensive parties, the grandest houses and more. Now he's been ordered to pay what could be the biggest child support order in New York state history, and he's not happy.

Leno Goes Back to Jackson Jokes on TV Show (AP)
AP - Hours after testifying as a defense witness in Michael Jackson's molestation trial, Jay Leno was again mocking the pop star on the "Tonight Show."

Zellweger Gets Star on Hollywood Walk (AP)
AP - Academy Award-winner Renee Zellweger recalled her first trip to Hollywood nearly two decades ago as a tourist as she received her own shiny star Tuesday on the Walk of Fame.

Zellweger Gets Star on Hollywood Walk (AP)
AP - Academy Award-winner Renee Zellweger recalled her first trip to Hollywood nearly two decades ago as a tourist as she received her own shiny star Tuesday on the Walk of Fame.

'American Idol' Contestants Face Off (AP)
AP - Long-locked Alabama rocker Bo Bice and Carrie Underwood, the country fan from Oklahoma, squared off with soaring ballads and gospel choirs in the "American Idol" finals Tuesday.

Leno Goes Back to Jackson Jokes on TV Show (AP)
AP - Hours after testifying as a defense witness in Michael Jackson's molestation trial, Jay Leno was again mocking the pop star on the "Tonight Show."

Christian group ends long Disney boycott (Reuters)
Reuters - A conservative Christian group has ended a nine-year boycott of the Walt Disney Co, citing as "positive signs" the departure of Chief Executive Michael Eisner and the release of a film based on the children's book "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe."

"Striptease" Book Wins George Freedley Memorial Award (Playbill)
Playbill - "Striptease: The Untold History of the Girlie Show" (Oxford University Press) by Rachel Shteir has won the George Freedley Memorial Award, honoring excellence in writing on live theatre during 2004, it was announced.

Zellweger Gets Star on Hollywood Walk (AP)
AP - Academy Award-winner Renee Zellweger recalled her first trip to Hollywood nearly two decades ago as a tourist as she received her own shiny star Tuesday on the Walk of Fame.

Wanted: Darth Vader (E! Online)
E! Online - And this time, Yoda, Obi-Wan and Luke are not doing the hunting.

'Star Wars' exerts force in earthly politics (Reuters)
Reuters - A year after Michael Moore weighed into the 2004 presidential campaign with "Fahrenheit 9/11," both sides of America's partisan divide are debating the political messages of a far different movie -- "Star Wars."

Russell Crowe Talks Film and Fatherhood (AP)
AP - Russell Crowe talked about everything from agony to ecstasy at Monday night's world premiere of the boxing drama "Cinderella Man."

Review: Once You're Born You Can No Longer Hide (Reuters)
Reuters - A triumvirate of screenwriters basing their script on a book of news reportage, not surprisingly, is a formula for story overload. Such is the case in Italian filmmaker Marco Tullio Giordana's ambitious attempt to address Italy's immigrant problem.

Oz actor takes 'Flight' on thriller (Reuters)
Reuters - Australian actor Nathan Phillips will make his American film debut opposite Samuel L. Jackson in the thriller "Pacific Air Flight 121."

'Jack & Bobby' star gives a 'Hoot' (Reuters)
Reuters - Logan Lerman, star of the WB Network's just-canceled drama "Jack & Bobby," will star in "Hoot," a family film based on Carl Hiaasen's Newbery Award-winning book of the same name.

Director unmasking Leatherface in prequel (Reuters)
Reuters - Director Jonathan Liebesman, best known for directing horror flick "Darkness Falls," is going back in time, signing on to shoot an untitled prequel to "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre."

It's 'Sith' around the globe with $145.5 million (Reuters)
Reuters - Record-book keepers had a busy weekend as "Star Wars: Episode III -- Revenge of the Sith" set all kinds of industry benchmarks at the foreign box office.

Brittany Murphy Star-Struck by Madonna (AP)
AP - Brittany Murphy was star-struck when she saw pop star Madonna at the British premiere of film-noir thriller "Sin City."

'American Idol' Contestants Face Off (AP)
AP - Long-locked Alabama rocker Bo Bice and Carrie Underwood, the country fan from Oklahoma, squared off with soaring ballads and gospel choirs in the "American Idol" finals Tuesday.

Leno Goes Back to Jackson Jokes on TV Show (AP)
AP - Hours after testifying as a defense witness in Michael Jackson's molestation trial, Jay Leno was again mocking the pop star on the "Tonight Show."

Leno Was Suspicious of Jackson Accuser (AP)
AP - Jay Leno stopped making fun of Michael Jackson just long enough to testify for the pop star at his child molestation trial Tuesday, saying that he grew suspicious of effusive and seemingly scripted phone calls from Jackson's young accuser.

P. Diddy to Appeal Child Support Order (AP)
AP - P. Diddy likes to brag about having the biggest yacht, the most expensive parties, the grandest houses and more. Now he's been ordered to pay what could be the biggest child support order in New York state history, and he's not happy.

Madonna Accused of Song-Napping (E! Online)
E! Online - A European songwriter is looking to freeze Madonna out of some cold cash.

Jason Mraz Returns to Old High School (AP)
AP - Jason Mraz returned to his old high school, but it wasn't for a reunion: He presented the school choir with a copy of a song they recorded for his upcoming album.

EMI Returns to Profit for Fiscal 2005 (AP)
AP - EMI Group PLC, one of the world's largest music companies, posted a profit for fiscal 2005 after shedding underperforming artists and reorganizing its labels to counter a decline in recorded music sales.

Spector Gunplay Testimony Allowed (E! Online)
E! Online - Prosecutors in Phil Spector's upcoming murder trial are bringing out the big guns.

Noon Playlist on Chicago's Nine FM (AP)
AP - The following is the May 13 playlist for the noon hour on Chicago's Nine FM, one of the country's new "we play anything" variety format radio stations:

Variety Format Takes Off at Radio Stations (AP)
AP - The posters hanging on the walls of the broadcasting booth at Nine FM are as eclectic as the music the radio station plays — Pink Floyd and Aerosmith sharing space with the Marx Brothers, the Rat Pack and the Beatles.

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