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Cruise Clashes With Lauer on 'Today' Show (AP)
AP - Let the cynics talk. Tom Cruise is in love — and he just can't restrain himself.

Supermodel Macpherson, Partner Separate (AP)
AP - Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson and partner Arpad Busson announced Friday that are separating.

Novel Written by Saddam to Be Published (AP)
AP - Saddam Hussein's family will publish next week a novel written by the ousted Iraqi leader before the U.S.-led war, his daughter said Friday.

Two Florida Men Sue 'Trauma' Producers (AP)
AP - Two Florida men are suing the producers of the reality TV series "Trauma: Life in the E.R.," saying their privacy rights were violated when they were filmed while being treated for injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents.

Johnson: Musicians Should Be Consistent (AP)
AP - Jack Johnson believes musicians should be consistent when it comes to honing their craft.

Cruise Clashes With Lauer on 'Today' Show (AP)
AP - Let the cynics talk. Tom Cruise is in love — and he just can't restrain himself.

Lack of German Live 8 sponsors a disgrace-promoter (Reuters)
Reuters - Stingy German firms are refusing to sponsor a free rock concert in Berlin which is part of Bob Geldof's Live 8 campaign to pressure world leaders to eradicate African poverty, its promoter said on Friday.

Cruise Clashes With Lauer on 'Today' Show (AP)
AP - Let the cynics talk. Tom Cruise is in love — and he just can't restrain himself.

TV commercials create the latest hip playlists (Reuters)
Reuters - You've seen the ads, now get the soundtrack.

James Earl Jones illness closes Broadway show (Reuters)
Reuters - The Broadway play "On Golden Pond" will close Sunday because star James Earl Jones is suffering from pneumonia.

Cruise Clashes With Lauer on 'Today' Show (AP)
AP - Let the cynics talk. Tom Cruise is in love — and he just can't restrain himself.

Supermodel Macpherson, Partner Separate (AP)
AP - Australian supermodel Elle Macpherson and partner Arpad Busson announced Friday that are separating.

Dillon Adjusts to Driving for 'Herbie' (AP)
AP - Matt Dillon says preparing for his role as a race car driver in "Herbie: Fully Loaded" was anything but easy.

Ebert Gets Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame (AP)
AP - Pulitzer Prize-winning film critic Roger Ebert isn't a movie star but he critiques them on TV — so memorably that on Thursday he received his own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Blair Issues Advice on Avoiding Paparazzi (AP)
AP - Selma Blair has the obvious solution to being hounded by the paparazzi — don't go where the photographers are.

'Herbie' Vehicle Runs Over Lohan's Foot (AP)
AP - Lindsay Lohan had a little run-in with Herbie, her Love Bug co-star in the new film, "Herbie: Fully Loaded."

Cheap Barrymore 'Date' finally picks up a suitor (Reuters)
Reuters - It plays like gangbusters in a theater. Festival audiences in Aspen, Vail, Sonoma and Manhattan have cheered "My Date With Drew" and showered it with audience awards.

Timberlake may 'Moan' with Ricci (Reuters)
Reuters - Justin Timberlake is in discussions to co-star with Samuel L. Jackson and Christina Ricci in "Black Snake Moan," from writer/director Craig Brewer, the man behind the upcoming acclaimed release "Hustle & Flow."

Madsen tunes in to 'Companion' for Altman (Reuters)
Reuters - "Sideways" star Virginia Madsen will join Meryl Streep, Lily Tomlin and Lindsay Lohan in director Robert Altman's "A Prairie Home Companion," which is based on Garrison Keillor's celebrated radio show of the same name.

Oprah brings 'Gift' to U.S. moviegoers (Reuters)
Reuters - "Emmanuel's Gift," an uplifting African documentary narrated by Oprah Winfrey, is set for a U.S. theatrical release in September, distributor First Look Pictures said Thursday.

Lack of German Live 8 sponsors a disgrace-promoter (Reuters)
Reuters - Stingy German firms are refusing to sponsor a free rock concert in Berlin which is part of Bob Geldof's Live 8 campaign to pressure world leaders to eradicate African poverty, its promoter said on Friday.

B.I.G. Revalations in Biggie Trial (E! Online)
E! Online - We may never know who killed the Notorious B.I.G., but at least one former Los Angeles police officer thought he had a good idea who was behind the murder: rival rap kingpin Marion "Suge" Knight.

Eminem to Perform at Detroit Fundraiser (AP)
AP - The huge annual fireworks display celebrating the sisterhood of the city and Windsor, Ontario, is expected to get a fundraising boost next week from Grammy Award-winning rapper Eminem.

Johnson: Musicians Should Be Consistent (AP)
AP - Jack Johnson believes musicians should be consistent when it comes to honing their craft.

Glastonbury festival begins heavens open (Reuters)
Reuters - Britain's Glastonbury festival, highlight of the UK's summer rock scene, lived up to its reputation for mud and mayhem when torrential rains brought chaos to the opening on Friday.

Keys Lends Support to Mentoring Group (AP)
AP - By the time Alicia Keys was 17, she was already an accomplished pianist and singer with a recording contract. But even with all of her talents, Keys says she could have benefited from some mentoring — "to have a place that you can go to, for people to reach out to you and say, `Here's how I did it, or here's what I think.'"

'Cavett Show' boasts last-minute Stones addition (Reuters)
Reuters - A late thumbs-up from Mick Jagger has forced the distributor of a DVD featuring musical performances from "The Dick Cavett Show" to postpone its release by two weeks to Aug. 16.

Mexican singer Gabriel arrested for tax evasion (Reuters)
Reuters - Mexican pop star Juan Gabriel has been arrested in the northern state of Chihuahua for alleged income tax evasion.

Ex-Detective Testifies in B.I.G. Lawsuit (AP)
AP - A retired police detective testified Thursday that he was shocked when a prison cellmate of Marion "Suge" Knight said the Death Row Records founder had confessed to the slaying of Notorious B.I.G., one of several clues he said linked the rap mogul to the killing.

Global music piracy worth $4.6 bln - study (Reuters)
Reuters - One in three music discs sold worldwide is a pirated copy in a $4.6 billion industry that is entrenched in Eastern Europe, Asia and Latin America, a study said on Thursday.

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