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Clarkson Relents, Lets 'Idol' Use Songs (AP)
Singer Kelly Clarkson performs at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena in this  Aug. 28, 2005 file photo from Miami. Clarkson, who vaulted to fame as the first 'American Idol' winner in 2002, is not letting any of her songs be used by new contestants on the show.(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Former "American Idol" winner Kelly Clarkson, subject to a scolding from Simon Cowell for not letting her songs be used by new contestants on the show, has agreed to do so, a spokesman said Wednesday.


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Report: Crowe, Wife Expecting Second Child (AP)
Australian actor Russell Crowe, nominated for best actor in a drama for his work in 'Cinderella Man,' arrives for the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/ Kevork Djansezian)AP - Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe has made a red carpet announcement that he and his wife Danielle Spencer are expecting their second child, a newspaper reported.


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Holly Hunter Reportedly Delivers Twins (AP)
Actress Holly Hunter answers questions during a new conference held on her being honored with the '2003 Sundance Institute Tribute to Independent Vision' award, in this Jan. 21, 2003 file photo, in Park City, Utah.  The Oscar-winning actress has given birth to twins, People magazine reported Tuesday Jan. 17, 2006, citing Hunter's publicist. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac/File)AP - Holly Hunter, who voiced the role of superhero mom Helen Parr in "The Incredibles," will have maternal experience to draw on if there's a sequel.


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Miss America Finds More Glitz, Less Dough (AP)
Allison Bourne-Vanneck, Miss Virgin Islands, performs during the preliminary competition for the 2006 Miss America Pageant at Aladdin hotel-casino in Las Vegas on Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2006. Fifty-two contestants will compete in the annual Miss America pageant on Saturday, Jan. 21, in Las Vegas  (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - There may be more glitz for Miss America this year, but there's less dough.


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'Star Trek' star Shatner sells kidney stone (Reuters)
Actor William Shatner arrives for a pre-Emmy Awards party in Beverly Hills, California in this September 16, 2005 file photo. Shatner has sold his kidney stone to online casino GoldenPalace.Com for $25,000, with the proceeds going to charity, he announced January 18, 2006. REUTERS/Jim RuymenReuters - Going maybe where no other actor has gone before, "Star Trek" star William Shatner has sold a piece of his body for charity.


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'Star Trek' star Shatner sells kidney stone (Reuters)
Actor William Shatner arrives for a pre-Emmy Awards party in Beverly Hills, California in this September 16, 2005 file photo. Shatner has sold his kidney stone to online casino GoldenPalace.Com for $25,000, with the proceeds going to charity, he announced January 18, 2006. REUTERS/Jim RuymenReuters - Going maybe where no other actor has gone before, "Star Trek" star William Shatner has sold a piece of his body for charity.


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It takes Rhino skin not to be hurt by shop closure (Reuters)
Reuters - They're throwing a wake of sorts for the Rhino Records store Saturday and Sunday.

'Idol' Twins Charged With Forgery, Theft (AP)
AP - They sang like angels for their audition on Tuesday's 'American Idol' premiere, but a pair of Memphis twins may sound more like jailbirds by the time the show goes live from Hollywood.

Clear Channel launches first multicast stations (Reuters)
Reuters - Clear Channel Communications Inc on Thursday will launch its first digital multicast channels in New York and San Francisco in an effort to modernize terrestrial radio amid rising competition with satellite radio.

'Billy Elliot' musical leads U.K. theater nominees (Reuters)
Reuters - "Billy Elliot -- The Musical" by Elton John and Lee Hall led the way with nine nominations including best new musical in the U.K.'s 30th annual Laurence Olivier Awards announced Wednesday.

'Star Trek' star Shatner sells kidney stone (Reuters)
Actor William Shatner arrives for a pre-Emmy Awards party in Beverly Hills, California in this September 16, 2005 file photo. Shatner has sold his kidney stone to online casino GoldenPalace.Com for $25,000, with the proceeds going to charity, he announced January 18, 2006. REUTERS/Jim RuymenReuters - Going maybe where no other actor has gone before, "Star Trek" star William Shatner has sold a piece of his body for charity.


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Iraq, bear documentaries among DGA nominees (Reuters)
Reuters - The Directors Guild of America on Wednesday included two films that examine aspects of the war in Iraq among the five nominees for its documentary award. All of the directors nominated for this year's award are first-time contenders.

Bello, Butler join Brosnan for 'Butterfly' (Reuters)
Maria Bello, nominated for best actress in a drama for her work in 'A History of Violence,' arrives for the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)Reuters - Maria Bello and Gerard Butler have signed on to star opposite Pierce Brosnan in the indie thriller "Butterfly on a Wheel."


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'Spider-Man 3' casts its web over Howard (Reuters)
A scene from 'Spider-Man 2' is seen in this 2004 handout photo. Marvel Entertainment Inc. has granted Hasbro Inc. toy and game rights to its Super Hero universe, including Spider-Man, Fantastic Four, X-Men and Captain America, the companies said on Monday. (PRNewsFoto/Reuters)Reuters - Bryce Dallas Howard ("The Village") is in negotiations to play Peter Parker's love interest Gwen Stacy in "Spider-Man 3," which is scheduled to roll this month.


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1970s Teen Idol Leif Garrett Charged (AP)
Seventies teen idol Leif Garrett performs with his band Godspeed at the first annual Rhino RetroFest at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, Calif.,on Aug. 14, 1999.  Garrett was being held without bail after authorities said he was suspected of carrying narcotics and not having a ticket for the Los Angeles subway line Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Former teen idol Leif Garrett pleaded not guilty Wednesday to drug possession charges after he was arrested for allegedly trying to ride the subway without a ticket.


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Holly Hunter Reportedly Delivers Twins (AP)
Actress Holly Hunter answers questions during a new conference held on her being honored with the '2003 Sundance Institute Tribute to Independent Vision' award, in this Jan. 21, 2003 file photo, in Park City, Utah.  The Oscar-winning actress has given birth to twins, People magazine reported Tuesday Jan. 17, 2006, citing Hunter's publicist. (AP Photo/Douglas C. Pizac/File)AP - Holly Hunter, who voiced the role of superhero mom Helen Parr in "The Incredibles," will have maternal experience to draw on if there's a sequel.


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Berlin fest sets Altman, Chabrol world premieres (Reuters)
Reuters - New movies from honorary Oscar laureate Robert Altman, French suspense veteran Claude Chabrol's and edgy British director Michael Winterbottom will receive their world premieres at next month's Berlin International Film Festival, organizers said Wednesday.

Report: Crowe, Wife Expecting Second Child (AP)
Australian actor Russell Crowe, nominated for best actor in a drama for his work in 'Cinderella Man,' arrives for the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards on Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. (AP Photo/ Kevork Djansezian)AP - Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe says he and his wife, Danielle Spencer, are expecting their second child, a newspaper reported.


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Laurence Fishburne Sued by Ex-Assistant (AP)
Actor Laurence Fishburne appeals for funds during Jazz at Lincoln Center's Higher Ground Hurricane Relief Benefit Concert, in this Sept. 17, 2005 file photo, in New York City. Fishburne's former personal assistant is suing him for allegedly firing her because she was pregnant and single, her lawyer said Wednesday jan. 18, 2006.  (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen, File)AP - Laurence Fishburne's former personal assistant is suing him for allegedly firing her because she was pregnant and single, her lawyer said Wednesday.


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James Bond's next ride is again Aston Martin (Reuters)
British actor Daniel Craig, the next James Bond, poses for photographs near London's Tower Bridge in this October 14, 2005 file photo. Bond is going back to Aston Martin, the British luxury automaker that provided his first ride in 1964's 'Goldfinger', in the upcoming film 'Casino Royale', it was announced January 18, 2006. REUTERS/Stephen HirdReuters - He has a license to kill -- and a license to drive.


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It takes Rhino skin not to be hurt by shop closure (Reuters)
Reuters - They're throwing a wake of sorts for the Rhino Records store Saturday and Sunday.

1970s Teen Idol Leif Garrett Charged (AP)
Seventies teen idol Leif Garrett performs with his band Godspeed at the first annual Rhino RetroFest at the Santa Monica Civic Auditorium in Santa Monica, Calif.,on Aug. 14, 1999.  Garrett was being held without bail after authorities said he was suspected of carrying narcotics and not having a ticket for the Los Angeles subway line Saturday, Jan. 14, 2006.(AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Former teen idol Leif Garrett pleaded not guilty Wednesday to drug possession charges after he was arrested for allegedly trying to ride the subway without a ticket.


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Clarkson Relents, Lets 'Idol' Use Songs (AP)
Singer Kelly Clarkson performs at the MTV Awards at the American Airlines Arena in this  Aug. 28, 2005 file photo from Miami. Clarkson, who vaulted to fame as the first 'American Idol' winner in 2002, is not letting any of her songs be used by new contestants on the show.(AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)AP - Former "American Idol" winner Kelly Clarkson, subject to a scolding from Simon Cowell for not letting her songs be used by new contestants on the show, has agreed to do so, a spokesman said Wednesday.


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Rare tracks excavated for digital downloading (Reuters)
Reuters - More than 100,000 out-of-print European tracks recorded by such artists as Marianne Faithfull, Eddie & the Hot Rods, Nirvana and Chris de Burgh, will be made available exclusively via Internet digital download, Universal Music Group International said Wednesday.

Sheffield Extortionist Gets 27 Months (AP)
AP - A Chicago man who tried to blackmail New York Yankees slugger Gary Sheffield and his wife by claiming to have a video showing her having sex with R&B singer R. Kelly was sentenced Wednesday to more than two years in prison.

From Simon to Kelly (E! Online)
Behind those hazel eyes, Kelly Clarkson knows better than to risk 
 her popularity with her fans.E! Online - Behind those hazel eyes, Kelly Clarkson knows better than to risk her popularity with her fans.


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Kelly Clarkson spokesman dismisses "Idol" flap (Reuters)
American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson performs during KIIS-FM's Wango Tango 2005 concert at the Angel Stadium in Anaheim, California May 14, 2005. One day after 'American Idol' judge Simon Cowell slammed Clarkson for refusing to let the TV talent contest that launched her career use her hits, a spokesman for the pop star denied there was ever a dispute over song rights. REUTERS/Chris PizzelloReuters - One day after "American Idol" judge Simon Cowell slammed Kelly Clarkson for refusing to let the TV talent contest that launched her career use her hits, a spokesman for the pop star denied there was ever a dispute over song rights.


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Isaac Hayes Hospitalized (E! Online)
The silky smooth soul legend checked himself into an 
 undisclosed Memphis hospital on Tuesday to be treated for exhaustion, 
 according to published reports.E! Online - The silky smooth soul legend checked himself into an undisclosed Memphis hospital on Tuesday to be treated for exhaustion, according to published reports.


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Steely Dan's Fagen waging first solo tour (Reuters)
Reuters - Steely Dan principal Donald Fagen will begin his first-ever solo tour March 1 in New Brunswick, N.J. Currently, 18 dates are on tap through March 28 in Oakland, Calif. The trek comes in support of his third solo album, "Morph the Cat," due March 7 via Reprise.

Blige's 'Breakthrough' returns to No. 1 (Reuters)
Mary J. Blige performs in Times Square New York in this December 31, 2005 file photo. Her latest release 'The Breakthrough' returned to the top of the U.S. albums chart January 18, 2006 after yielding the crown to actor Jamie Foxx for two weeks. REUTERS/ Teddy BlackburnReuters - R&B singer Mary J. Blige returned to the top of the U.S. albums chart Wednesday after yielding the crown to actor Jamie Foxx for two weeks.


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