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Child Welfare Visits Spears' Home (AP)
Britney Spears arrives for a post Grammy Party at a private residence  Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Child welfare officials and a sheriff's deputy visited the home of Spears but declined to say Tuesday, April 11, 2006, whether they were investigating the pop princess. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Child welfare officials and a sheriff's deputy visited the home of Britney Spears but declined to say Tuesday whether they were investigating the pop princess.


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Clothing Company Sues Jessica Simpson (AP)
Jessica Simpson gestures during an interview with the media at the World Shoe Association Show in Las Vegas in this Friday, Feb. 10, 2006 file photo. A California-based clothing manufacturer is suing singer Simpson for $100 million, claiming she breached their contract by failing to support two lines of apparel she developed with the company. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - A California-based clothing manufacturer is suing Jessica Simpson for $100 million, claiming she breached their contract by failing to support lines of apparel she developed with the company.


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Village People 'Cop' Arrested Again (AP)
AP - The original policeman from the disco hitmakers the Village People is in trouble with the law — again.

3 Actresses Share Life on 'Big Love' (AP)
In this undated publicity photo released by HBO, actresses, from left, Ginnifer Goodwin, Jeanne Tripplehorn and Chloe Sevigny portray Bill Paxton's three wives in the HBO dramatic series 'Big Love,' which airs on HBO at 10 p.m., Sundays. (AP Photo/HBO, Ron Batzdorff)AP - There was something about playing the three wives on "Big Love," HBO's polygamy drama, that made three fine actresses answer: "I do," "I do," "I do."


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NBC Secures Matt Lauer on `Today' (AP)
Meredith Vieira, the new co-host of the NBC 'Today' television program, interacts with Matt Lauer at a New York news conference, Thursday April 6, 2006. Already flashing signs of an easy rapport with Matt Lauer four months after their first 'blind date,' Vieira was introduced Thursday as his future 'Today' show partner. She met Lauer at his apartment for dinner in December.(AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Where in the world is Matt Lauer? Behind his desk at NBC's "Today" show for at least the next five years.


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Suspense film "Cronicas" tops Latino DVD Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - "Cronicas," a suspense thriller about a Miami TV reporter who investigates a string of gruesome child murders in Ecuador, won top honors at the second annual Latino DVD Awards, presented Tuesday in West Hollywood.

Rapper Proof Killed; 1 of 2 Shot in Bar (AP)
Members of the group D12 are shown in this undated file photo, originally provided by Interscope Records.  Clockwise from bottom right are Eminem, Swift, Kuniva, Proof, Bizarre and Kon Artis.  Proof was shot to death early Tuesday, April 11, 2006, at a Detroit nightclub along Eight Mile Road, a publicist said. The death of Proof -- whose real name is Deshaun Holton -- was confirmed by Dennis Dennehy, the publicist for D12's label, Interscope Records. (AP Photo/Interscope Records, ho)AP - One of Eminem's closest friends was killed early Tuesday in a seedy nightclub along the road made famous by the rap superstar.


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More "Today" for Lauer (E! Online)
In the wake of Katie Couric's decision to jump ship to CBS, her NBC 
 morning coanchor has re-upped his contract through spring 2011 in a deal 
 pegged at $13 million a year by the New York Times.E! Online - In the wake of Katie Couric's decision to jump ship to CBS, her NBC morning coanchor has re-upped his contract through spring 2011 in a deal pegged at $13 million a year by the New York Times.


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China pledges moves to ease trade friction with US (Reuters)
A customer looks at DVDs at a shop in Nanjing, in eastern China's Jiangsu province, April 10, 2006. (Stringer/Reuters)Reuters - China promised on Tuesday to reduce trade friction with the United States by reopening its market to U.S. beef, reducing piracy of American goods and beginning talks by end of next year to open its huge government procurement market to foreign firms.


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Mike Nichols' new play covers familiar themes (Reuters)
Reuters - Forty years ago, Mike Nichols burst onto the entertainment scene with his Oscar-nominated direction for "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Ever since, the appearance of his name on a big-screen or stage project has lent a level of prestige.

Suspense film "Cronicas" tops Latino DVD Awards (Reuters)
Reuters - "Cronicas," a suspense thriller about a Miami TV reporter who investigates a string of gruesome child murders in Ecuador, won top honors at the second annual Latino DVD Awards, presented Tuesday in West Hollywood.

Molly Ringwald to Guest Star on 'Medium' (AP)
AP - The "Medium" message: Molly Ringwald is coming back to TV for the first time in four years for a guest appearance on the supernatural drama.

Barbie taking her DVDs to new dollhouse (Reuters)
Reuters - Barbie's found a new home for her DVDs, and she's taking fellow Mattel doll Polly Pocket with her.

Clothing Company Sues Jessica Simpson (AP)
Jessica Simpson gestures during an interview with the media at the World Shoe Association Show in Las Vegas in this Friday, Feb. 10, 2006 file photo. A California-based clothing manufacturer is suing singer Simpson for $100 million, claiming she breached their contract by failing to support two lines of apparel she developed with the company. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - A California-based clothing manufacturer is suing Jessica Simpson for $100 million, claiming she breached their contract by failing to support lines of apparel she developed with the company.


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Rapper Proof Killed; 1 of 2 Shot in Bar (AP)
Members of the group D12 are shown in this undated file photo, originally provided by Interscope Records.  Clockwise from bottom right are Eminem, Swift, Kuniva, Proof, Bizarre and Kon Artis.  Proof was shot to death early Tuesday, April 11, 2006, at a Detroit nightclub along Eight Mile Road, a publicist said. The death of Proof -- whose real name is Deshaun Holton -- was confirmed by Dennis Dennehy, the publicist for D12's label, Interscope Records. (AP Photo/Interscope Records, ho)AP - Proof, a member of rap group D12 and a close friend of Eminem, was shot to death early Tuesday at a nightclub along Eight Mile, the road made famous by the 2002 film that starred Eminem and in which Proof had a bit part.


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Gyllenhaal, Sarsgaard Engaged (AP)
Actress Maggie Gyllenhaal  and Peter Sarsgaard arrive for the  Independent Spirit Awards  March 4, 2006, in Santa Monica, Calif. The couple is engaged and expecting a baby, it was announced Tuesday, April 11,2006. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Maggie Gyllenhaal and Peter Sarsgaard are engaged and expecting a baby, her publicist said Tuesday.


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UK girls vie for role in 'Dark Materials' films (Reuters)
The cover of 'Lyra's Oxford' from author Philip Pullman. Thousands of young girls auditioned on Tuesday for a chance to star in a new movie franchise that promises to be a dark rival to the 'Harry Potter' films. (Handout/Reuters)Reuters - Thousands of young girls auditioned on Tuesday for a chance to star in a new movie franchise that promises to be a dark rival to the "Harry Potter" films.


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Actress-Turned-Nun Revisits Hollywood (AP)
The Rev. Mother Dolores Hart ismiles during a photo session Monday, April 3, 2006, at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. Hart, who in 1962 startled the film world by leaving a thriving screen career at age 24 to become a nun, returned to Hollywood for her first visit after 43 years in a monastery, to spread awareness about a neurological disorder that afflicts countless Americans, including herself, called peripheral idiopathic neuropathy. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes)AP - Dolores Hart, who at age 24 startled the film world in 1962 by leaving a thriving screen career — including two roles opposite Elvis Presley — to become a nun, has returned to Hollywood for her first visit after 43 years in a monastery.


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At the Movies: `The Wild' (AP)
AP - Talking animals from a New York zoo leave the comfortable confines of their familiar urban existence and wind up in an exotic foreign land, where they traipse through tall trees, cheekily joke with each other, face their fears and, in the process, become better people. Er, creatures.

At the Movies: `Kinky Boots' (AP)
AP - It has heart and soul (and sole). What "Kinky Boots" lacks is kick.

Rapper Proof Killed; 1 of 2 Shot in Bar (AP)
Members of the group D12 are shown in this undated file photo, originally provided by Interscope Records.  Clockwise from bottom right are Eminem, Swift, Kuniva, Proof, Bizarre and Kon Artis.  Proof was shot to death early Tuesday, April 11, 2006, at a Detroit nightclub along Eight Mile Road, a publicist said. The death of Proof -- whose real name is Deshaun Holton -- was confirmed by Dennis Dennehy, the publicist for D12's label, Interscope Records. (AP Photo/Interscope Records, ho)AP - One of Eminem's closest friends was killed early Tuesday in a seedy nightclub along the road made famous by the rap superstar.


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Village People 'Cop' Arrested Again (AP)
AP - The original policeman from the disco hitmakers the Village People is in trouble with the law — again.

Madonna's Marriage on the Mend? (E! Online)
Forget that 'Papa Don't Preach' stuff--what papa really 
 shouldn't be doing is spilling family secrets to the tabloids.E! Online - Forget that "Papa Don't Preach" stuff--what papa really shouldn't be doing is spilling family secrets to the tabloids.


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Sheridan singing on Bolton's Sinatra tribute (Reuters)
Reuters - Michael Bolton gets assistance from his actress girlfriend Nicollette Sheridan on his upcoming album, "Bolton Swings Sinatra."

Blink-182 guitarist gets serious with new album (Reuters)
Reuters - Former Blink-182 singer/guitarist Tom DeLonge has formed a new band that will hit the road Wednesday ahead of the May 23 release of its debut album.

Jimi, Stevie, B.B. Preserved (E! Online)
Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder and B.B. King are officially 
 immortal.E! Online - Jimi Hendrix, Stevie Wonder and B.B. King are officially immortal.


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Child Welfare Visits Spears' Home (AP)
Britney Spears arrives for a post Grammy Party at a private residence  Feb. 8, 2006, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Child welfare officials and a sheriff's deputy visited the home of Spears but declined to say Tuesday, April 11, 2006, whether they were investigating the pop princess. (AP Photo/Danny Moloshok, File)AP - Child welfare officials and a sheriff's deputy visited the home of Britney Spears but declined to say Tuesday whether they were investigating the pop princess.


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Latin Grammys Move to New York City (AP)
New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, left is joined by  Univision news anchor Barbara Bermudo, center, and Latin musician Willie Colon during a news conference at City Hall, Tuesday, April 11, 2006 in New York. Bloomberg announced the 7th Annual Latin Grammy Awards ceremony will be broadcast live on Nov. 2, 2006 from Madison Square Garden, marking the first time New York will host the international showcase of Latin music.    (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)AP - Latin Grammy fever is spreading to New York City. For the first time in the awards show's seven-year history, it won't take place in Los Angeles or Miami. The Latin Recording Academy has decided to honor Latin music at Madison Square Garden this fall.


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Clothing Company Sues Jessica Simpson (AP)
Jessica Simpson gestures during an interview with the media at the World Shoe Association Show in Las Vegas in this Friday, Feb. 10, 2006 file photo. A California-based clothing manufacturer is suing singer Simpson for $100 million, claiming she breached their contract by failing to support two lines of apparel she developed with the company. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)AP - A California-based clothing manufacturer is suing Jessica Simpson for $100 million, claiming she breached their contract by failing to support lines of apparel she developed with the company.


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Minogue Asked to Headline Glastonbury Fest (AP)
Australian singer Kylie Minogue arrives at the 4th Laureus Sports Awards ceremony in Monaco in this May 20, 2003 file photo.  Minogue has been asked to headline the Glastonbury music festival in 2007, two years after she canceled her performance when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.  (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, FILE)AP - Kylie Minogue has been asked to headline the Glastonbury music festival in 2007, two years after she canceled her performance when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.


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