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Spears incident draws attention of child welfare (Reuters)
Britney Spears performs 'Me Against The Music' at the opening of the 31st annual American Music Awards in Los Angeles in this file image from November 16, 2003. (Ethan Miller/File/Reuters)Reuters - Photographs showing pop star Britney Spears driving a car with her infant son in her lap, in apparent violation of motor safety laws, caught the attention of child welfare authorities and ignited a media uproar on Tuesday.


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Scarlett and Keira get naked for Vanity Fair (Reuters)
Actresses Keira Knightley (R) and Scarlett Johansson (foreground) pose nude with designer Tom Ford (L) for the March 2006 Vanity Fair Hollywood issue, in this undated publicity photo. Designer Ford stepped in when a third female actress bowed out due to the nudity. (Annie Leibovitz exclusively for Vanity Fair/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Rising film stars Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley, better known for their work with their clothes on, have bared all for Vanity Fair.


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Armstrong Calls Crow 'Unbelievable Lady' (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow arrives at the 2006 MusiCares Person of the Year benefit honoring James Taylor, in Los Angeles, Monday, Feb. 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Lance Armstrong closed his weekly satellite radio show on a bittersweet note by playing ex-fiancee Sheryl Crow's song "Letter To God."


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Paris Hilton ordered to stay away from L.A. man (Reuters)
Paris Hilton attends the HBO after-party after the Golden Globe Awards in this Monday, Jan. 16, 2006 file photo, in Beverly Hills, Calif. A court commissioner issued a restraining order Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006 against Hilton, ordering her to stay away from an event producer who claimed she threatened and harassed him. (AP Photo/Kevork Djansezian)Reuters - A judge on Tuesday ordered Paris Hilton to stay away from a Los Angeles party planner who accused the celebrity heiress of bombarding him with angry phone calls, shoving him and threatening his life.


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"Survivor" Aligns with "Stars" (E! Online)
In the first showdown 
 between Survivor and Dancing with the Stars, the 
 franchises emerged unscathed, according to Nielsen Media Research's 
 ratings for the TV week ended Sunday.E! Online - In the first showdown between Survivor and Dancing with the Stars, the franchises emerged unscathed, according to Nielsen Media Research's ratings for the TV week ended Sunday.


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Gretzky's Wife Cited in Gambling Ring (AP)
Wayne and Janet Gretzky are all smiles as they arrive for the annual NHL awards in Toronto in this June 24, 1999 file photo    Janet and about a half-dozen NHL players placed bets,  but not on hockey, with a nationwide sports gambling ring financed by Phoenix Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet, authorities said Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006. (AP Photo/CP, Frank Gunn)AP - Wayne Gretzky's wife and about a half-dozen NHL players placed bets — but not on hockey — with a nationwide sports gambling ring financed by Phoenix Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet, authorities said Tuesday.


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Armstrong Calls Crow 'Unbelievable Lady' (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow arrives at the 2006 MusiCares Person of the Year benefit honoring James Taylor, in Los Angeles, Monday, Feb. 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)AP - Lance Armstrong closed his weekly satellite radio show on a bittersweet note by playing ex-fiancee Sheryl Crow's song "Letter To God."


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"Survivor" Aligns with "Stars" (E! Online)
In the first showdown 
 between Survivor and Dancing with the Stars, the 
 franchises emerged unscathed, according to Nielsen Media Research's 
 ratings for the TV week ended Sunday.E! Online - In the first showdown between Survivor and Dancing with the Stars, the franchises emerged unscathed, according to Nielsen Media Research's ratings for the TV week ended Sunday.


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Movie industry '06 hopes raised by holiday profits (Reuters)
Reuters - A strong holiday-quarter profit at the No. 1 U.S. theater chain, coupled with box office gains early this year, could signal a strong 2006 for the movie industry rather than a repeat of the mid-2005 slump, analysts said on Tuesday.

Fly, You Fools! Stage Epic 'Lord of the Rings' Begins in Toronto (Playbill)
Playbill - The stage, proscenium and walls of The Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto have been taken over by the most unusual flora you may ever see growing indoors: A massive tree trunk and its twisting roots.

Gretzky's Wife Cited in Gambling Ring (AP)
Wayne and Janet Gretzky are all smiles as they arrive for the annual NHL awards in Toronto in this June 24, 1999 file photo    Janet and about a half-dozen NHL players placed bets,  but not on hockey, with a nationwide sports gambling ring financed by Phoenix Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet, authorities said Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006. (AP Photo/CP, Frank Gunn)AP - Wayne Gretzky's wife and about a half-dozen NHL players placed bets — but not on hockey — with a nationwide sports gambling ring financed by Phoenix Coyotes assistant coach Rick Tocchet, authorities said Tuesday.


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Juliette Binoche Joins Paris Demonstration (AP)
French actress Juliette Binoche takes part in a demonstration organized by 'Reporters without Borders', and held on the Human Rights square in front of the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Tuesday Feb. 7, 2006,  to support American reporter Jill Carroll who  was kidnapped in Bagdad on Jan. 7.  Jill Carroll works for US daily newspaper Christian Science Monitor.(AP Photo/Remy de la Mauviniere)AP - French film star Juliette Binoche joined dozens of demonstrators on a square overlooking the Eiffel Tower in Paris to call for the release of Jill Carroll, an American reporter kidnapped in Iraq.


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Glenn Close and Former Biotech Exec Marry (AP)
Glenn Close, left, and David Shaw arrive at the State Department for a dinner hosted by Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on  Dec. 3, 2005, in Washington. Close married the former biotech business executive at his seaside estate on Friday, Feb. 2006, according to the Scarborough, Maine's town clerk's office (AP Photo/Kevin Wolf)AP - Glenn Close has married former biotech business executive David Shaw at his seaside estate.


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Regal Entertainment Group 4Q Profit Jumps (AP)
Regal employee Brian Tate, right. takes tickets from Dave Williams and Jessica Torrance at the Regal Pinnacle 18 Monday, Feb. 6, 2006 in Knoxville, Tenn. Regal Entertainment Group, the nation's biggest movie theater operator, said fourth-quarter profit surged 43 percent, as acquisitions it made last year bolstered revenue. (AP Photo/Wade Payne)AP - Regal Entertainment Group, the nation's biggest movie theater operator, said Tuesday that fourth-quarter profit surged 43 percent, as acquisitions made last year bolstered revenue and helped the company overcame an industrywide slump in attendance.


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Uma Thurman Honored by France (AP)
American actress Uma Thurman, smiles after being honored with the Order of Knight in the Arts and Literature in Paris, Tuesday Feb. 7, 2006. (AP Photo/Michel Euler)AP - France honored Uma Thurman on Tuesday, proclaiming the "classic and disconcerting beauty" a knight in the Order of Arts and Letters.


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Harrison Ford Readies for Two New Films (AP)
Actor Harrison Ford poses at the Regent Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., Jan. 28, 2006. Ford returns to the big screen for the first time in nearly three years in 'Firewall,' a thriller about a family man squaring off against a gang of bank robbers that holds his family hostage. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)AP - Trust him, the once and future Indiana Jones is still up to the challenge.


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'Munich' clings to No. 1 at foreign box office (Reuters)
Actor Eric Bana (L) and Australian actor Geoffrey Rush in a scene from 'Munich'. In a scattered overseas market made up of Oscar nominees, garden-variety films and a few new hopefuls, Steven Spielberg's 'Munich' held the No. 1 international spot for the second week in a row. (Karen Ballard/Universal Studios and Dreamworks LLC/Handout/Reuters)Reuters - In a scattered overseas market made up of Oscar nominees, garden-variety films and a few new hopefuls, Steven Spielberg's "Munich" held the No. 1 international spot for the second week in a row.


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Buscemi in family way for 'Millers' (Reuters)
Actor and director Steve Buscemi listens to a question from the audience after a screening of his film 'Lonesome Jim' at the Independent Film Festival of Boston in Somerville, Massachusetts, in this April 21, 2005 file photo. Buscemi is in final negotiations to star as a drug dealer in the comedy feature 'We're the Millers,' it was reported February 7, 2006. (Brian Snyder/Reuters)Reuters - Steve Buscemi is in final negotiations to star as a drug dealer in the comedy feature "We're the Millers."


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Bynes' "Lovewrecked" washes up at Weinstein (Reuters)
Actress Amanda Bynes in Los Angeles, April 2, 2005. The Weinstein Co. has nabbed all North American rights to the romantic comedy 'Lovewrecked,' starring Bynes. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - The Weinstein Co. has nabbed all North American rights to the romantic comedy "Lovewrecked," starring Amanda Bynes.


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Johansson, Knightley Bare All for Magazine (AP)
This photo supplied by Vanity Fair shows Scarlett Johansson, foreground, and Keira Knightley posed nude for the fold-out cover of Vanity Fair magazine's yearly Hollywood issue, to be released Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006. Fashion superstar Tom Ford also appears on the cover photo by Annie Leibovitz shot exclusively for Vanity Fair.(AP Photo/Annie Leibovitz exclusively for Vanity Fair)AP - With award season still under way, Scarlett Johansson and Keira Knightley are exchanging ballgowns for birthday suits.


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British rock group Cream to play more reunion shows (Reuters)
Reuters - Legendary rock trio Cream, which reunited last year for a handful of concerts in London and New York after a bitter break-up in 1968, has scheduled more shows, bassist and singer Jack Bruce said on Tuesday.

Rolling Stones Decry Super Bowl Censorship (AP)
Mick Jagger performs with the Rolling Stones during the halftime show at the Super Bowl XL football game Sunday, Feb. 5, 2006, in Detroit. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)AP - Nobody turns off the microphone on Mick Jagger without a fight. Censorship of their songs during the Super Bowl halftime show was "absolutely ridiculous and completely unnecessary," the Rolling Stones said through a spokeswoman on Tuesday.


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Apple cuts iPod Shuffle price, adds 1-GB Nano (Reuters)
A customer tries an iPod at the Apple Store on Chicago's Magnificent Mile November 25, 2005. Apple Computer Inc on Tuesday launched a new 1 gigabyte iPod nano music player for $149 and said it cut the price of its shuffle music player. (John Gress/Reuters)Reuters - Apple Computer Inc. on Tuesday cut the price of its cheapest digital music player, the iPod Shuffle, and launched a smaller-capacity version of its mid-priced iPod Nano.


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Lance Armstrong Pays Radio Tribute to Crow (AP)
Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow pose for photographers at GQ Magazine's party celebrating the 2005 'Men of the Year' issue, in this Dec. 1, 2005, file photo in Beverly Hills, Calif. Armstrong and Sheryl Crow have split, the couple announced in a joint statement Friday, Feb. 3, 2006.  'We both have a deep love and respect for each other and we ask that everyone respect our privacy during this very difficult time,' they said in a joint statement, released Feb. 3.   (AP Photo/Rene Macura, file)AP - Lance Armstrong closed his weekly satellite radio show on a bittersweet note by playing ex-fiancee Sheryl Crow's song "Letter To God."


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Rolling Stones say Super Bowl censors "ridiculous" (Reuters)
Mick Jagger of the Rolling Stones performs at the Super Bowl XL halftime show in Detroit, Michigan February 5, 2006. (Pierre Ducharme/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones considered the decision to censor two of their songs during the Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday "ridiculous" and unnecessary, a representative for the band said on Tuesday.


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Britney Spears Defends Driving Photos (AP)
Britney Spears arrives for a function in Trafalgar Square, London,on Jan. 26, 2004.  Spears defended controversial photographs of her driving with her infant son on her lap, saying she was dodging the paparazzi. Several photos surfaced on the internet on Monday, Feb. 6, 2006,, showing Spears driving her SUV in Malibu, Calif., with son, Sean Preston, on her lap, rather than strapped into a car seat in the back.(AP Photo/John D McHugh)AP - Blame it on love and the paparazzi.


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Mariah Carries the Momentum Into Grammys (AP)
Singer Mariah Carey smiles on stage during the Grammy Awards nominations news conference, in this Dec. 8, 2005 file photo, in New York. Carey is nominated for eight Grammys.   (AP Photo/Jeff Christensen./FILE)AP - In less than a year's time, Mariah Carey managed to escape pop's most dreaded fate — faded superstar — to become its reigning queen, ruling the record charts with the year's most popular single and its best-selling album.


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Jamaica to declare Marley home a national monument (Reuters)
Reuters - The Jamaican government will declare Bob Marley's Kingston home a national monument, 25 years after the reggae legend's death, an official said on Tuesday.

Guitar Legend Les Paul Improves (AP)
Guitar legend Les Paul arrives for the 2005 Songwriters Hall of Fame Awards,  June 9, 2005, in New York, where he received a lifetime achievement award. Paul was in good condition at Valley Hospital in Ridgefield, N.J., on Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2006,  a hospital spokeswoman said. The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday that Paul was hospitalized Friday after X-rays revealed fluid in his lungs. (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano)AP - Guitar great Les Paul was in good condition Tuesday at Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, N.J., where he has been since Friday, said Maureen Curran Kleinman, a hospital spokeswoman.


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Guitarist for Pink, Aguilera Under Arrest (AP)
AP - Guitarist Rafael Moreira, who has worked with Pink, Christina Aguilera and others, has been arrested for allegedly beating a man at the music school where he teaches, police said.

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