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Live Aid Organizers Announce New Shows (AP)
AP - Twenty years after the Live Aid concerts, musical superstars are joining in a five-city spectacular to push a political solution for African poverty.

Jackson Deliberations May Begin This Week (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson stayed home Tuesday while lawyers and the judge in his child molestation trial tried to work out the instructions the jury will receive before beginning deliberations, likely this week.

Nine Inch Nails Singer Awarded $3 Million (AP)
AP - A jury awarded Nine Inch Nails alternative rocker Trent Reznor $2.95 million after finding his former manager breached his contract and acted fraudulently, a lawyer said Tuesday.

Library to Win Signed Harry Potter Book (AP)
AP - Talk about your magic books. One lucky American library is going to be able to cast a spell on its readers by displaying the first American edition of "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince," signed by J.K. Rowling herself. It's the top prize in a sweepstakes from Scholastic, Inc., the American publisher of the series about the boy wizard.

Paris Hilton Engaged to Shipping Heir (AP)
AP - Who says opposites attract? Hotel heiress Paris Hilton, star of "The Simple Life" reality show, is engaged to Greek shipping heir Paris Latsis, her spokesman said Monday.

Slater Arrested on Charge of Groping (AP)
AP - Christian Slater, who is appearing in a revival of "The Glass Menagerie" on Broadway, has been arrested on a charge that he groped a woman.

Nine Inch Nails Singer Awarded $3 Million (AP)
AP - A jury awarded Nine Inch Nails alternative rocker Trent Reznor $2.95 million after finding his former manager breached his contract and acted fraudulently, a lawyer said Tuesday.

Paris Hilton to join fortunes with shipping scion (Reuters)
Reuters - Two family fortunes, one name.

LA police use cameras to catch pirated DVD sellers (Reuters)
Reuters - Los Angeles is installing a network of surveillance cameras intended to catch street hawkers selling counterfeit goods, especially pirated copies of Hollywood movies on DVD.

Mario Cantone's Tony Award Nominated Broadway Solo 'Laugh Whore' Airs on Showtime (Playbill)
Playbill - Mario Cantone's Broadway solo Laugh Whore - which was nominated for a Tony Award in the Special Theatrical Event category - will debut on Showtime May 28.

Slater Arrested on Charge of Groping (AP)
AP - Christian Slater, who is appearing in a revival of "The Glass Menagerie" on Broadway, has been arrested on a charge that he groped a woman.

"Sith" Holds off Animals, Sandler (E! Online)
E! Online - Star Wars: Episode III--Revenge of the Sith remained galactic, Madagascar ran wild, and The Longest Yard scored over a memorable, if not quite milestone-shattering, Memorial Day at the multiplex.

Actor Christian Slater arrested in NY for groping (Reuters)
Reuters - Actor Christian Slater was arrested on Tuesday and charged with sexual abuse and forcible touching after a woman accused him of groping her buttocks, authorities said.

British Abbey rejects Da Vinci Code film plans (Reuters)
Reuters - Producers of the upcoming movie based on the blockbuster novel "The Da Vinci Code" were not allowed to film in Britain's Westminster Abbey after church officials denounced the book as "theologically unsound."

Co-Producer of 'Schindler's List' Freed (AP)
AP - The Polish co-producer of the Oscar-winning film "Schindler's List" left prison Tuesday after an appeals court suspended his two-year term in a high-profile bribery scandal, citing his poor health.

'Sith' Rules Weekend With $70 Million Haul (AP)
AP - "Star Wars: Episode III — Revenge of the Sith" led the box office for a second weekend, taking in $70 million over the long Memorial Day holiday.

'Happy' Holmes says her love for Cruise is real (Reuters)
Reuters - One of Hollywood's hottest couples may be having difficulty persuading the public their romance is genuine, but actress Katie Holmes says her love for screen star Tom Cruise is real.

Q&A With Jerry Hall (AP)
AP - Wanted: Single, twentysomething boy toy to change light bulbs and escort divorced model-actress down red carpets. Must be somewhat intelligent, well-groomed and able to hang with rock royalty. Bond-era Sean Connery lookalikes preferred.

Documentary shows Cuba's Castro as young rebel (Reuters)
Reuters - How did a well-to-do country boy with a conservative education called Fidel Castro turn into a fearless rebel and enduring leader of one of the world's last Marxist states?

Movies, TV Latest Reinvention for Goldberg (AP)
AP - In the late '90s, when pro wrestling ruled the entertainment universe, a man called Goldberg was its biggest star. Snarling, snorting and ripping his way through opponent after opponent for World Championship Wrestling, Bill Goldberg's chiseled physique, bald head and "nice Jewish name" became cultural icons.

Nine Inch Nails Singer Awarded $3 Million (AP)
AP - A jury awarded Nine Inch Nails alternative rocker Trent Reznor $2.95 million after finding his former manager breached his contract and acted fraudulently, a lawyer said Tuesday.

Jackson Deliberations May Begin This Week (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson stayed home Tuesday while lawyers and the judge in his child molestation trial tried to work out the instructions the jury will receive before beginning deliberations, likely this week.

Snoop Accused of Show Smackdown (E! Online)
E! Online - Assault was the case for Snoop Dogg--if you believe a man who says he suffered a beat-down at the hands of the rapper and his crew during a weekend concert.

Live Aid Organizers Announce New Shows (AP)
AP - Twenty years after the Live Aid concerts, musical superstars are joining in a five-city spectacular to push a political solution for African poverty.

U2, McCartney, Coldplay Top Live 8 Lineup (E! Online)
E! Online - Two decades after he masterminded Live Aid, the largest charity concert ever mounted, to fight famine in Africa, the 58-year-old singer-activist has announced an encore.

Reznor Bails on MTV, Nails Manager (E! Online)
E! Online - The Nine Inch Nails ringleader unexpectedly canceled a long-planned performance at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards ceremony next week, due to a disagreement with the network over the use of a President Bush backdrop.

With Live 8, Geldof urges G8 to stamp out poverty (Reuters)
Reuters - Charity rocker Bob Geldof on Tuesday announced plans for five star-studded concerts aimed at pressuring world leaders into eradicating African poverty.

Michael Jackson jury could get case by Friday (Reuters)
Reuters - The jury could begin deliberating in the Michael Jackson child molestation trial by the end of the week, a judge said on Tuesday, following instructions on the law and closing arguments by attorneys for both sides.

Def Leppard Turns 25, Hits the Road (AP)
AP - First they were rock gods. A decade later, Def Leppard almost became rock ghosts. Now the band that defined 1980s party rock can call itself a rock survivor. It's marking 25 years since its major label debut with the release of "Rock Of Ages: The Definitive Collection" and a much-anticipated summer tour.

Summary Box: Live 8 to Perform for G8 (AP)
AP - SOUND OF MUSIC: Twenty years after the Live Aid concerts, musical superstars will perform in Live 8.

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