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Buena Vista Social Club Singer Ferrer Dies (AP)
AP - Ibrahim Ferrer, a leading voice with the hugely popular Buena Vista Social Club of vintage Cuban performers, died Saturday, his representative in Cuba said. He was 78.

Photographer Shot Outside Spears Event (AP)
AP - A photographer was shot in the leg with a BB gun outside a home where he believed Britney Spears was attending a bridal shower Saturday evening, authorities said.

Pam Anderson Sued for Breach of Contract (AP)
AP - Former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson is being sued for breach of contract for allegedly not making herself available for promotional events.

Fire Destroys Marie Osmond's Garage (AP)
AP - A fire at the home of entertainer Marie Osmond destroyed a garage and her office above it, her husband said. There were no injuries.

Gibson Asked to Stage Christ's Crucifixion (AP)
AP - Hollywood actor-director Mel Gibson has been asked to recreate the crucifixion of Jesus Christ in the streets of Sydney if the city is selected to host a major Catholic gathering in 2008, a newspaper reported Saturday.

Eddie Murphy's Wife Files for Divorce (E! Online)
E! Online - Citing irreconcilable differences, Nicole Murphy filed for divorce from her comic actor husband of 12 years, Extra reported Friday.

Photographer Shot Outside Spears Event (AP)
AP - A photographer was shot in the leg with a BB gun outside a home where he believed Britney Spears was attending a bridal shower Saturday evening, authorities said.

Pam Anderson Sued for Breach of Contract (AP)
AP - Former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson is being sued for breach of contract for allegedly not making herself available for promotional events.

Pam Anderson Sued for Breach of Contract (AP)
AP - Former "Baywatch" star Pamela Anderson is being sued for breach of contract for allegedly not making herself available for promotional events.

Durang Favorite Kristine Nielsen to Star in 'Miss Witherspoon' (Playbill)
Playbill - Kristine Nielsen, who won an Obie Award for her hectic performance as a boozed-up matron in Christopher Durang's Betty's Summer Vacation, returns to the playwright's work as the star of Miss Witherspoon at the McCarter Theatre and Playwrights Horizons.

Eddie Murphy's Wife Files for Divorce (E! Online)
E! Online - Citing irreconcilable differences, Nicole Murphy filed for divorce from her comic actor husband of 12 years, Extra reported Friday.

Coppola, Salles Hit the "Road" (E! Online)
E! Online - Francis Ford Coppola has made Walter Salles an offer he can't refuse.

Airplane Thriller 'Red Eye' Has Premiere (AP)
AP - Some of Hollywood's fastest-rising stars were flying high on a red carpet at a Westwood theater, as the airplane thriller "Red Eye" had its world premiere.

Simpson Puts Up Her 'Dukes' in New York (AP)
AP - In the eyes of Jessica Simpson, Daisy Duke is an "iconish" figure. During her co-hosting gig Friday on the syndicated TV show "Live With Regis and Kelly," Simpson said she had to "step into those shorts and the red bikinis and I had to do Catherine Bach proud" for her role in "The Dukes of Hazzard" movie.

Jackson Going Ape on DVD (E! Online)
E! Online - We always knew Peter Jackson was a multi-tasker. Now we can add overachiever to the list.

'Penguins' film poised to be No. 2 U.S. documentary (Reuters)
Reuters - Warner Independent Pictures on Friday more than doubled the number of theaters playing its nature movie "March of the Penguins," boosting the film's chance at becoming the No. 2 documentary of all time at U.S. box offices.

Hudson: Couples Have 'Power' for Monogamy (AP)
AP - Kate Hudson says monogamy isn't "realistic," but believes couples have the power to be faithful. In an interview Thursday on syndicated TV show "Access Hollywood," the 26-year-old actress said, "I don't believe (monogamy) is realistic. But, I believe that we, as people, have the power to make it happen."

Assante Drawn by 'Surveillance' Script (AP)
AP - Actor Armand Assante, who plays a mall security guard in a movie being shot downtown this week, says he was drawn to the project by the quality of the script and the strength of the character.

Pixar Stock Soars Even As Profit Slumps (AP)
AP - Shares of Pixar Animation Studios soared more than 4 percent Friday, a day after tumbling as the company reported a slump in second-quarter profit blamed on lower-than-expected home video sales of its film "The Incredibles."

Director's Testimony Sought in Murder Case (AP)
AP - Lawyers defending ex-fugitive Jesse James Hollywood against charges of murdering a 15-year-old boy have subpoenaed the director of an upcoming Bruce Willis film about the crime.

Photographer Shot Outside Spears Event (AP)
AP - A photographer was shot in the leg with a BB gun outside a home where he believed Britney Spears was attending a bridal shower Saturday evening, authorities said.

Buena Vista Social Club Singer Ferrer Dies (AP)
AP - Ibrahim Ferrer, a leading voice with the hugely popular Buena Vista Social Club of vintage Cuban performers, died Saturday, his representative in Cuba said. He was 78.

Buena Vista singer Ibrahim Ferrer dies (Reuters)
Reuters - Ibrahim Ferrer, the mild-mannered singer of the Buena Vista Social Club group that took him from shining shoes to world fame late in life, died on Saturday in Havana, his manager said. He was 78.

Jazz Bassist Al McKibbon Dies at 86 (AP)
AP - Al McKibbon, a bassist who brought a masterly fusion of jazz and Latin music to the George Shearing quintet and other groups in the 1940s and '50s, has died. He was 86.

2 Episodes Added to Bobby Brown's TV Show (AP)
AP - Two episodes have been added to Bravo's summer reality series "Being Bobby Brown," which follows the lives of the R&B singer, his wife, Whitney Houston, and three of his children.

Usher, 50 Cent top Billboard R&B/Hip-Hop Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - Popular music artists Usher and 50 Cent tied for top winner at the Billboard-American Urban Radio Networks 2005 R&B/Hip-Hop Awards on Friday night.

At 27, Rhino still passionate about pop culture (Reuters)
Reuters - Rhino Entertainment co-founder Richard Foos remembers working on one of the company's first boxed sets. It was a 1981 package dubbed "The History of Ritchie Valens," compiling three LPs from the "La Bamba" singer.

List of Winners at the Billboard Awards (AP)
AP - The 2005 Billboard-AURN R&B/Hip-Hop Award winners, announced in Atlanta on Friday:

Usher, 50 Cent Win Three Billboard Awards (AP)
AP - Usher and 50 Cent were each triple winners Friday in the Billboard-AURN R&B/Hip-Hop Awards. Usher took home awards for top artist, top male artist and top singles artist. 50 Cent, who was nominated in six categories, won top albums artist, top rap album and top album.

'Suge' Knight Fined, Drug Charge Dropped (AP)
AP - Death Row Records founder Marion "Suge" Knight was fined $691 Friday after pleading no contest to making an illegal U turn and driving without insurance, authorities said. A marijuana possession charge was dismissed.

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