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Leif Garrett Agrees to Start Drug Rehab (AP)
Entertainer Leif Garrett appears in Los Angeles Superior Court for a hearing, Friday, Jan. 20, 2006. The former teen idol opted to enter a drug-diversion program and has been ordered released from jail. On Wednesday Garrett pleaded innocent to a felony heroin possession charge stemming from his arrest at a Los Angeles area subway station. (AP Photo/Nick Ut)AP - Former 1970s teen idol Leif Garrett agreed Friday to enter a strict drug-diversion program for violating probation in a cocaine case even as he faces a new charge of heroin possession.


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Shakira to Sell Her Miami Beach Mansion (AP)
In this photo provided by Sol Sotheby's International Realty the waterfront home of Colombian superstar Shakira is shown Friday, Jan. 20, 2006, in Miami Beach, Fla. The asking price is $5.9 million. The singer bought the home in 2001 for $3.38 million, said Jorge Uribe of Sol Sotheby's International Realty. The 6,500 square foot house has five bedrooms, six-and-half bathrooms, a pool and a dock. Uribe said Shakira plans to stay in the swanky neighborhood, which is also home to singer Ricky Martin and actor Matt Damon.(AP Photo/Sol Sotheby's International Realty)AP - Shakira wants more space and has put her 6,500-square-foot Florida mansion on the market, her real estate agent said Friday.


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Anthony Franciosa Dies at Age 77 (AP)
Anthony Franciosa blows out candles on a birthday cake marking his 62nd birthday, in New York on Oct. 25 1990. He had just joined the cast of the touring company of the play, 'Grand Hotel.' Franciosa, whose strong portrayals of moody, troubled characters made him a Hollywood star in the 1950s and '60s but whose combative behavior on movie sets hampered his career, has died, his publicist said Friday, Jan. 20, 2006. He was 77. (AP Photo/Richard Drew,file)AP - Anthony Franciosa, whose strong portrayals of moody, troubled characters made him a Hollywood star in the 1950s and '60s but whose combative behavior on movie sets hampered his career, has died, his publicist said Friday. He was 77.


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Dolly Parton's Duet With Paisley a Hit (AP)
Dolly Parton is shown in her Nashville, Tenn., office, in this Aug. 11, 2005 file photo.  Parton's duet with Brad Paisley, 'When I Get Where I'm Going,' has climbed into the Top 5 of Billboard's country singles chart, giving Paisley his latest hit and Parton's first foray into the upper reaches of the country charts in a long time. (AP Photo/John Russell, File)AP - His aunt was dying of cancer when Brad Paisley first heard the demo for "When I Get Where I'm Going," an inspirational song about life after death.


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Keep these fine performances in mind (USATODAY.com)
This photo provided by Paramount Classics shows Golden Globe nominee Terrence Howard as DJay, right, and Paula Jai Parker as Lexus in a scene from the film, 'Hustle and Flow.' The 63rd annual Golden Globe awards, which air Monday, Jan. 16, 2006, usher in an awards season heavy on stars new to the awards game, young actors in breakout roles and veterans who have finally arrived. (AP Photo/Paramount Classics, Alan Spearman)USATODAY.com - Oscar nominations are announced Jan. 31, and the winners are announced on March 5. Meanwhile, here are 20 performances that our panel of 20 critics says should not be forgotten.


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Bond's 'Goldfinger' Spy Car Goes for $2.1M (AP)
This James Bond's 1965 Aston Martin DB5 coupe sold for 2.1 million dollars at the RM Vintage Motor Cars in Arizona auction at the Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix, Arizona January 20, 2006. The car was on display at the Smoky Mountain Car Museum in Tennesse for the past 35 years. It was put up for auction by the museum owners and was sold to an undisclosed European buyer. REUTERS/Jeff ToppingAP - The Aston Martin spy car from the James Bond movies "Thunderball" and "Goldfinger" — complete with machine guns and tire slashers — sold for $2.1 million at a vintage motor cars auction here Friday.


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Broadway sensation Headley's got her own 'Mind' (Reuters)
Reuters - Singer/songwriter and Broadway star Heather Headley jokes that instead of "In My Mind," her sophomore album should have been called "Caught Up."

Lawyer: 'Survivor' Producers OK'd Taxes (AP)
Richard Hatch, the first winner of the television show 'Survivor,'  leaves federal court after testifying during his defense Friday, Jan. 20, 2006, in Providence, R.I. Hatch, on trial for tax evasion, caught fellow 'Survivor' contestants cheating, lawyer Michael Minns said Friday. When Hatch told producers about it they made a deal to pay his taxes if he won the $1 million prize, he said. (AP Photo/Stew Milne)AP - Richard Hatch's lawyer said Friday that the "Survivor" winner caught his fellow reality-show contestants cheating, and when he told producers about it they struck a deal: They would pay the taxes on the million-dollar prize if Hatch won.


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Latin radio formats keep flipping for oldies (Reuters)
Reuters - As Spanish-language radio continues to grow and diversify, the hottest trend for the new year is one hooked on the past.

PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER with Lois Smith (Playbill)
Playbill - Carrie Watts, uneasily living out her old age with her reticent grown son and his cranky wife in a cramped Houston apartment, keeps looking out the window.

Bond's 'Goldfinger' Spy Car Goes for $2.1M (AP)
This James Bond's 1965 Aston Martin DB5 coupe sold for 2.1 million dollars at the RM Vintage Motor Cars in Arizona auction at the Arizona Biltmore Resort in Phoenix, Arizona January 20, 2006. The car was on display at the Smoky Mountain Car Museum in Tennesse for the past 35 years. It was put up for auction by the museum owners and was sold to an undisclosed European buyer. REUTERS/Jeff ToppingAP - The Aston Martin spy car from the James Bond movies "Thunderball" and "Goldfinger" — complete with machine guns and tire slashers — sold for $2.1 million at a vintage motor cars auction here Friday.


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Father of Tainted Lobbyist Scolds Clooney (AP)
Actor George Clooney holds his award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture at the 63rd Annual Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills, California January 16, 2006. REUTERS/Lucy NicholsonAP - The father of disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff says George Clooney's off-color joke about his son's name during the Golden Globe Awards left the lobbyist's 12-year-old daughter weeping.


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Sundance Kicks Off Capital City Screenings (AP)
Actor Nick Nolte signs autographs in downtown Park City, Utah January 20, 2006. Park City is hosting the 25th annual Sundance film festival. REUTERS/Rick WilkingAP - Stars and heads of state mingled as the Sundance Film Festival opened its Salt Lake City screenings Friday night with a gala followed by the film "Kinky Boots" in the festival's newest venue in the capital city.


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Latest Hollywood book, script deals (Reuters)
Reuters - Universal Pictures is tying the knot with "The Divorcees," a spec script by old high-school friends Jesse Wigutow and John Maggio.

'Underworld' sequel a violent thrill ride (Reuters)
Cast member Kate Beckinsale (L) and her husband, director Len Wiseman, attend the world premiere of 'Underworld Evolution' in Los Angeles January 11, 2006. REUTERS/Mario AnzuoniReuters - The scariest thing about "Underworld: Evolution" is its audience.


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Actor Tony Franciosa dies in LA at age 77 (Reuters)
Actor Tony Franciosa arrives at the closing night of the Los Angeles Latino International Film Festival, in Hollywood in this July 28, 2001 file photo. Franciosa has died at age 77 after suffering a stroke, a family spokesman said on January 20, 2006. ROSE PROUSER/REUTERSReuters - Oscar-nominated actor Anthony "Tony" Franciosa, part of a generation of intense Italian-American performers who took Hollywood by storm in the 1950s, has died at age 77 after suffering a stroke, a family spokesman said on Friday.


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Billionaire Perelman to divorce actress wife-report (Reuters)
Reuters - Ron Perelman, the billionaire head of Revlon Corp., is seeking a divorce from his wife of five years, actress Ellen Barkin, the New York Post and gossip columnist Liz Smith reported on Friday.

'On the Outs' Chronicles At-Risk Teenagers (AP)
This photo supplied by Fader Films shows Paola Mendoza relaxing in a New York diner in December 2005.  Mendoza is the star of new independent feature film,' On The Outs,' following the lives of three incarcerated teenage girls.(AP Photo/Fader Films, James Adolphus)AP - Actress Paola Mendoza held an arts outreach workshop in a New Jersey juvenile detention center in the summer of 2003. She left with the inspiration for "On the Outs," a new independent film following the lives of three incarcerated teenage girls.


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Aniston and Friends Forgotten at Sundance (AP)
Jennifer Aniston, one of the stars of the film 'Friends With Money,' arrives at the screening of the film on opening night of the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, Thursday, Jan. 19, 2006. (AP Photo/Carolyn Kaster)AP - Filmmaker Nicole Holofcener warned the Sundance Film Festival crowd she was nervous.


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Trial Date Set for Colin Farrell Lawsuit (AP)
Irish actor Colin Farrell is shown in Dublin, Ireland, May 16, 2005.  A Los Angeles Superior Court judge set a July 17 trial date, Friday, Jan. 20, 2006,  Farrell's lawsuit against an ex-girlfriend who wants to sell their homemade sex tape.(AP Photo/John Cogill, File)AP - A July 17 trial date was scheduled Friday in Colin Farrell's lawsuit against an ex-girlfriend who wants to sell their homemade sex tape.


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Producer Brothers tries other side of the mic (Reuters)
Reuters - Known for his work with Alicia Keys, songwriter/producer Kerry "Krucial" Brothers is stepping out from behind the control boards with his own solo rap project.

Broadway sensation Headley's got her own 'Mind' (Reuters)
Reuters - Singer/songwriter and Broadway star Heather Headley jokes that instead of "In My Mind," her sophomore album should have been called "Caught Up."

Yellowcard finds harder-edged 'Sounds' (Reuters)
Reuters - Rock quintet Yellowcard bursts its pop bubble on its sophomore album, "Lights and Sounds."

Christian rockers P.O.D. ready to 'Testify' (Reuters)
Reuters - P.O.D. believes you can go home again.

Bowie, Haggard, Pryor tapped for special Grammys (Reuters)
British singer David Bowie performs in a concert during his worldwide tour called 'A Reality Tour' at T-mobile arena in Prague, June 23, 2004. Bowie and Cream, country icon Merle Haggard and late comic innovator Richard Pryor are among the recipients of the Recording Academy's 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award. REUTERS/David W CernyReuters - Rockers David Bowie and Cream, country icon Merle Haggard and late comic innovator Richard Pryor are among the recipients of the Recording Academy's 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award.


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Freebie sparks sales for Latin group Si*Se (Reuters)
Reuters - Si*Se is not an established band, its members do not receive mainstream Latin radio airplay and are not regulars on the Latin TV show circuit, but four months after the release of its album "More Shine," the New York-based quintet came, seemingly out of nowhere, to land at No. 48 on Billboard's Top Latin Albums chart.

Jazz entrepreneur Bob Weinstock dies at 77 (Reuters)
Reuters - Bob Weinstock, founder of the renowned jazz label Prestige, died January 14 in Boca Raton, Fla. He was 77.

House of Blues keeps Watch on new talent (Reuters)
Reuters - Recognizing how tough it can be for developing artists to build a career, concert promoter/venue operator House of Blues has launched the Ones to Watch program.

Dolly Parton's Duet With Paisley a Hit (AP)
Dolly Parton is shown in her Nashville, Tenn., office, in this Aug. 11, 2005 file photo.  Parton's duet with Brad Paisley, 'When I Get Where I'm Going,' has climbed into the Top 5 of Billboard's country singles chart, giving Paisley his latest hit and Parton's first foray into the upper reaches of the country charts in a long time. (AP Photo/John Russell, File)AP - His aunt was dying of cancer when Brad Paisley first heard the demo for "When I Get Where I'm Going," an inspirational song about life after death.


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Weak week ends streak; Celtic Woman mimics Kiss (Reuters)
Reuters - A review of this week's album sales brings to mind a lyric from a huge OutKast hit: "Nothing lasts forever."

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