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Performances Steal BET Awards Spotlight (AP)
AP - Stevie Wonder showed off his dance moves, Will Smith arrived in a horse-drawn carriage and The Fugees got together again. Extravagant performances and on-stage antics largely stole the spotlight from the winners at Tuesday night's BET Awards — if the winners showed up at all, that is.

Terry McMillan Seeks Divorce From Husband (AP)
AP - Author Terry McMillan has filed for divorce from the man who inspired the 1996 novel "How Stella Got Her Groove Back," which chronicled the romantic adventures of a 40-something woman who falls for a guy half her age.

Oprah Gets Empathy After Boutique Rebuff (AP)
AP - Whether Oprah Winfrey was turned away from a bit of after-hours shopping in Paris because of a racist employee or a special event, news of the confrontation outside a luxury store has evoked empathy and anger from many American minorities.

Corey Clark Apologizes for Food Fight (AP)
AP - Former "American Idol" contestant Corey Clark apologized Tuesday for what he said was a weekend food fight that got out of control and landed him a citation for battery.

U2 Sues Ex-Stylist Over Auction Items (AP)
AP - Bono wants his hat back. And his earrings. His sweat shirt, too. Dublin-based rock band U2 went to court Tuesday to recover items from former stylist Lola Cashman, who has a range of memorabilia from her work on their 1987 Joshua Tree world tour.

Disney dodges bullet with 'Roger Rabbit' verdict (Reuters)
Reuters - The Walt Disney Co. must pay "Roger Rabbit" creator Gary Wolf at least $180,000 in underreported royalties, but the media giant prevailed on the larger issue of whether gross receipts must include the value of promotional deals.

Sony BMG inks deal with P2P firm Mashboxx (Reuters)
Reuters - Music giant Sony BMG has finalized its deal with the legal file-sharing network Mashboxx, two days after a U.S. court dealt a blow to Mashboxx's unauthorized rivals such as Grokster.

BBC America broadens schedule with populist fare (Reuters)
Reuters - In a bid to enhance its appeal to middle America, BBC America has included what it terms some "very populist dramas" among its usual high-end offerings.

Struggling NBC starts development season early (Reuters)
Reuters - NBC, which tumbled to fourth from first place in the coveted adults 18-49 demographic last season, is wasting no time developing new projects.

In Order to Form More Creative Producers, Columbia University Offers New Fellowship Program (Playbill)
Playbill - In an effort to help create a new generation of creative theatrical producers - those who initiate work from the ground up, following a path all their own - some of the biggest names in theatre and arts education have collaborated to create the "T Fellowship."

Disney dodges bullet with 'Roger Rabbit' verdict (Reuters)
Reuters - The Walt Disney Co. must pay "Roger Rabbit" creator Gary Wolf at least $180,000 in underreported royalties, but the media giant prevailed on the larger issue of whether gross receipts must include the value of promotional deals.

'Herbie' actor Long 'Accepted' for school comedy (Reuters)
Reuters - Justin Long, who appears in "Herbie: Fully Loaded," will enroll next month in "Accepted," a comedy about a high school senior who finds a unique way to avoid the pressure to attend college.

Rapper T.I. laces up for roller-skating picture (Reuters)
Reuters - Rising hip-hop artist T.I. will make his feature film debut in an untitled musical ensemble comedy set in an Atlanta hip-hip roller-skating rink.

Tilly Wins Event at World Series of Poker (AP)
AP - Actress Jennifer Tilly won the Ladies no-limit Texas Hold 'Em event at the World Series of Poker — the first time a celebrity has won an event at the famous tournament.

Destiny's Child, Keys Win BET Awards (AP)
AP - R&B newcomer John Legend joined established stars Alicia Keys and the soon-to-disband Destiny's Child as winners at Tuesday night's BET Awards.

Slump? What Slump? (E! Online)
E! Online - The Roxy Theatre in Forsyth, Montana, turns 75 in September. The single-screen movie house has withstood TV, VCRs, cable, videogames, DVDs--and the recent flood of headlines about slumps, losing streaks and decline.

Money-back guarantee offered for 'Cinderella Man' (Reuters)
Reuters - In a rare marketing ploy, the No. 2 U.S. movie theater chain, AMC Entertainment, is offering a money-back guarantee to customers for boxing picture "Cinderella Man," hoping to boost interest in the struggling film amid a record box-office slump.

Controversial 'Water' to open Toronto film festival (Reuters)
Reuters - Deepa Mehta's "Water," which triggered violent protests and death threats when it began filming in India five years ago, will open the Toronto International Film Festival, organizers said on Tuesday.

Troops in Spielberg Film Get Sneak Preview (AP)
AP - They've hunted down terrorists in Iraq and Afghanistan, opposed rebels in Bosnia and battled warlords in Somalia. Now, 10th Mountain Division troops are facing off against Martian invaders — with no less than the fate of the Earth in the balance.

Pooh Mourns Tigger, Piglet (E! Online)
E! Online - Paul Winchell, the early TV pioneer best remembered for creating a string of cartoon voices, most famously Winnie the Pooh's pal Tigger, died Friday. A day later, John Fiedler, the veteran stage and screen actor who voiced Piglet, passed away.

Sony BMG inks deal with P2P firm Mashboxx (Reuters)
Reuters - Music giant Sony BMG has finalized its deal with the legal file-sharing network Mashboxx, two days after a U.S. court dealt a blow to Mashboxx's unauthorized rivals such as Grokster.

Performances Steal BET Awards Spotlight (AP)
AP - Stevie Wonder showed off his dance moves, Will Smith arrived in a horse-drawn carriage and The Fugees got together again. Extravagant performances and on-stage antics largely stole the spotlight from the winners at Tuesday night's BET Awards — if the winners showed up at all, that is.

Rapper Kanye West leads no-shows at BET Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Rapper Kanye West was the only multiple winner at the BET Awards on Tuesday, but did not turn up to accept his two prizes at the fifth annual celebration of black music and sports, and most of the other honorees also were no-shows.

Dylan biopic at 'Home' on DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - Martin Scorsese's feature-length biopic of Bob Dylan, "No Direction Home: Bob Dylan," will debut on DVD on Sept. 20, six days before its U.S. broadcast premiere on PBS and U.K. bow on the BBC.

Partial List of Winners at the BET Awards (AP)
AP - Partial list of winners at the fifth annual BET Awards, presented Tuesday night in Los Angeles:

U2's Souvenir Suit (E! Online)
E! Online - U2 has found what it's looking for--and wants the stuff back.

Nick Carter Cops to DUI (E! Online)
E! Online - Three years' informal probation. A $1,200 fine. A three-month alcohol-awareness program. Restricted driving privileges for 90 days. That's all that Nick Carter has to give to make good on a drunken driving charge.

Corey Clark Apologizes for Food Fight (AP)
AP - Former "American Idol" contestant Corey Clark apologized Tuesday for what he said was a weekend food fight that got out of control and landed him a citation for battery.

Moscow Joins Live 8 Lineup (E! Online)
E! Online - Those West End Boys are headed east end on a mission of hope.

Avril's Fiance Boi (E! Online)
E! Online - Avril Lavigne could be getting her happy ending after all.

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