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Michael Jackson Treated in Emergency Room (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson was taken to an emergency room Sunday for treatment of a back problem that has plagued him throughout his molestation trial, his spokeswoman said. He later left as flashes popped.

`Spamalot' Gets Best Musical at Tonys; ` (AP)
AP - "Spamalot" didn't get a lot. "Monty Python's Spamalot," an irreverent romp inspired by the British film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," led all plays and musicals at the Tony Awards with 14 nominations, but took away only three prizes Sunday. It won the one that mattered, though — best musical.

MTV Jabs at Award Show Conventions (AP)
AP - Not even award shows are safe from ridicule at the MTV Movie Awards. The ceremony known for its lighthearted celebration and skewering of films and actors turned on itself, jabbing at everything from acceptance speech advocacy to booming TV announcers.

2 Tenors Sing Without Pavarotti in Mexico (AP)
AP - Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras sang without Luciano Pavarotti at a "Three Tenors" concert for the first time in 15 years, a show more about Mexican music than opera.

'Madagascar' Moves to No. 1 in Second Week (AP)
AP - A talking lion became king of the box office as the animated tale "Madagascar" climbed to the No. 1 spot with $28.7 million in its second weekend.

"Dynamite" Night at MTV Awards (E! Online)
E! Online - Sweet! Napoleon Dynamite had the skills to win big at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards.

`Spamalot' Gets Best Musical at Tonys; ` (AP)
AP - "Spamalot" didn't get a lot. "Monty Python's Spamalot," an irreverent romp inspired by the British film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," led all plays and musicals at the Tony Awards with 14 nominations, but took away only three prizes Sunday. It won the one that mattered, though — best musical.

Kudrow's Comedy More Cutting in 'Comeback' (AP)
AP - The funniest thing about "The Comeback": It's so tragic. In this new HBO comedy, Lisa Kudrow plays a 40-ish former sitcom star who wants a comeback in the worst way, and gets it when she lands a role on a dreadful piece of fluff called "Room and Bored."

Booksellers Ponder the Future of Browsing (AP)
AP - As the book world winds up its annual national convention, some retailers are wondering about the fate of a cultural institution.

'Doubt' sweeps Tonys,'Spamalot' best musical (Reuters)
Reuters - John Patrick Shanley added a Tony Award to his Pulitzer Prize on Sunday as his play "Doubt" about a nun who suspects a Catholic priest of abusing children picked up Broadway's top honor.

"Dynamite" Night at MTV Awards (E! Online)
E! Online - Sweet! Napoleon Dynamite had the skills to win big at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards.

"Madagascar" KOs "Man" (E! Online)
E! Online - Thanks to its cadre of cartoon critters, Madagascar proved to be lord of the box-office jungle this weekend.

'Madagascar' Moves to No. 1 in Second Week (AP)
AP - A talking lion became king of the box office as the animated tale "Madagascar" climbed to the No. 1 spot with $28.7 million in its second weekend.

MTV Jabs at Award Show Conventions (AP)
AP - Not even award shows are safe from ridicule at the MTV Movie Awards. The ceremony known for its lighthearted celebration and skewering of films and actors turned on itself, jabbing at everything from acceptance speech advocacy to booming TV announcers.

List of 2005 MTV Movie Awards Winners (AP)
AP - List of winners at the 2005 MTV Movie Awards, taped Saturday night in Los Angeles:

Hollywood Mogul in Beach Legal Battle (AP)
AP - Hollywood mogul Peter Guber is taking his fight over public access to a scenic beach to federal court.

Cartoon animals beat up Crowe at U.S. box office (Reuters)
Reuters - The cartoon critters of "Madagascar" ended the two-week reign of the final "Star Wars" movie at the North American box office on Sunday, while Russell Crowe's acclaimed boxing movie "Cinderella Man" opened at a disappointing fourth.

Monroe Painting, Phone Book Net $150,000 (AP)
AP - A painting by Marilyn Monroe was auctioned off with her personal phone book with numbers for Frank Sinatra, Jack Benny and scores of other celebrities for more than $150,000.

Colo. District Nixes School Bullying Film (AP)
AP - Officials in the school district that includes Columbine High School have nixed the idea of filming a movie at another school in the county because it deals in part with bullying.

Venue Changed for Tokyo 'War' Premiere (AP)
AP - The world premiere of Steven Spielberg's new film "War of the Worlds" will be held on June 13 in Tokyo, but at a different venue than originally planned, its distributor said Saturday.

`Spamalot' Gets Best Musical at Tonys; ` (AP)
AP - "Spamalot" didn't get a lot. "Monty Python's Spamalot," an irreverent romp inspired by the British film "Monty Python and the Holy Grail," led all plays and musicals at the Tony Awards with 14 nominations, but took away only three prizes Sunday. It won the one that mattered, though — best musical.

Michael Jackson treated at hospital, released (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Jackson, who is awaiting a verdict in his child molestation trial, was treated at a hospital near his Neverland estate on Sunday for a relapse of a back problem, a spokeswoman said.

Michael Jackson Treated in Emergency Room (AP)
AP - Michael Jackson was taken to an emergency room Sunday for treatment of a back problem that has plagued him throughout his molestation trial, his spokeswoman said. He later left as flashes popped.

'Spamalot,' 'Doubt' Win Top Tony Awards (AP)
AP - "Doubt," John Patrick Shanley's drama of suspicion and certainty set in a parochial school in the Bronx, was named best play Sunday as the 2005 Tonys celebrated the best of a busy Broadway theater season.

Russian Wins Van Cliburn Piano Contest (AP)
AP - Russia's Alexander Kobrin, 25, won the gold medal Sunday night at the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, a prestigious 17-day contest known for launching classical music careers.

Kelly Osbourne Back in Rehab (E! Online)
E! Online - Papa, don't preach--Kelly Osbourne is in trouble deep and back in rehab.

Hundreds Injured at Mexico City Concert (AP)
AP - Medics attended to hundreds of panicked and bruised spectators hurt by pushing and shoving at a free concert by the rock/hip-hop group Cafe Tacuba in Mexico City, authorities and witnesses reported Sunday.

2 Tenors Sing Without Pavarotti in Mexico (AP)
AP - Placido Domingo and Jose Carreras sang without Luciano Pavarotti at a "Three Tenors" concert for the first time in 15 years, a show more about Mexican music than opera.

Majority of Jackson Jurors Have Children (AP)
AP - The jurors deciding Michael Jackson's fate include eight parents, a man who visited the singer's Neverland ranch, and a woman whose grandson has been convicted of a sex crime.

'Madagascar' Moves to No. 1 in Second Week (AP)
AP - A talking lion became king of the box office as the animated tale "Madagascar" climbed to the No. 1 spot with $28.7 million in its second weekend.

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