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'Idol' runner-up McPhee inks record deal (AP)
'American Idol' runner-up Katharine McPhee appears on the NBC 'Today' television program, in New York's Rockefeller Center, Tin this hursday June 1, 2006 file photo.  McPhee, who lost out to Taylor Hicks in the top-rated Fox show's finale two weeks ago, has signed a record deal with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by 'Idol' creator Simon Fuller, it was announced Tuesday, June 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Being the "American Idol" runner-up has its rewards, too. Katharine McPhee, who lost out to Taylor Hicks in the top-rated Fox show's finale two weeks ago, has signed a record deal with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by "Idol" creator Simon Fuller, it was announced Tuesday.


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Singer-songwriter Billy Preston dies at 59 (AP)
Singer Billy Preston performs the Ray Charles classic 'Georgia on My Mind' at the 'Jammin for Ray' Post-Grammy Party for Ray Charles, Sunday night, Feb. 13, 2005, at Spagos in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Preston died in an Arizona hospital on Tuesday, June 6, 2006. He was 59. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Billy Preston, the exuberant keyboardist who landed dream gigs with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and enjoyed his own hit singles including "Outta Space" and "Nothing From Nothing," died Tuesday at 59.


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Keanu Reeves says he wants to get married (AP)
Actor Keanu Reeves poses during a photo call  at the International Film Festival in Cannes, southern France, on Thursday, May 25, 2006.  Reeves, says in an upcoming issue of Parade magazine, that he's ready to ditch his 'vagabond' lifestyle and have a family.(AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth)AP - Keanu Reeves says he's lonely and wants to get married and have children, in an upcoming issue of Parade magazine. The 41-year-old actor says he continues to mourn the loss of his stillborn daughter in 1999 and the death of the baby's mother, Jennifer Syme, in a car crash in 2001.


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Lewis to direct 'Nutty Professor' musical (AP)
AP - Jerry Lewis, who played "The Nutty Professor" in 1963, has a wacky new scheme: staging the film as a Broadway musical. The first show is planned for January at the Old Globe Theatre in San Diego, where the 80-year-old comedian has a houseboat, he said.

Nashville producer buys Elvis' home (AP)
Elvis Presley's first home sits in a quiet residential area in Memphis, Tenn., in this Sept. 23, 2005, file photo. Celebrity psychic Uri Geller says he's lost the Elvis Presley house he thought he bought in May 2006. Geller and two partners were announced last month as the high bidders for Presley's former house on Audubon Drive. They bid $905,100 for the ranch-style house on eBay. But homeowner Cindy Hazen said Monday, June 5, 2006, that they were unable to finalize the contract, so she and husband Mike Freeman sold the house Friday, to Nashville record producer Mike Curb for $1 million. (AP Photo/Greg Campbell, File)AP - The purchase of Elvis Presley's first post-success home has been all shook up. Celebrity psychic Uri Geller, who announced last month that he'd bought the home, now seems to have lost it.


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Coen brothers tap Root, Harrelson for "Old Men" (Reuters)
Reuters - The Coen brothers have lassoed Woody Harrelson and Stephen Root for their contemporary Western thriller "No Country for Old Men."

Singer-songwriter Billy Preston dies at 59 (AP)
Singer Billy Preston performs the Ray Charles classic 'Georgia on My Mind' at the 'Jammin for Ray' Post-Grammy Party for Ray Charles, Sunday night, Feb. 13, 2005, at Spagos in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Preston died in an Arizona hospital on Tuesday, June 6, 2006. He was 59. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Billy Preston, the exuberant keyboardist who landed dream gigs with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and enjoyed his own hit singles including "Outta Space" and "Nothing From Nothing," died Tuesday at 59.


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House debating media indecency bill (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. House of Representatives began debate Tuesday on the Senate-passed version of legislation that would increase the fines broadcasters pay for airing indecent speech, with a vote expected on the legislation Wednesday.

House debating media indecency bill (Reuters)
Reuters - The U.S. House of Representatives began debate Tuesday on the Senate-passed version of legislation that would increase the fines broadcasters pay for airing indecent speech, with a vote expected on the legislation Wednesday.

Off-Broadway's Sexy 'Tryst' To End (Playbill)
Playbill - Tryst, Karoline Leach's new play about a con man and a love-hungry clerk, starring Maxwell Caulfield and Amelia Campbell, will play its final performance June 11 at Off- Broadway's Promenade Theatre.

Coen brothers tap Root, Harrelson for "Old Men" (Reuters)
Reuters - The Coen brothers have lassoed Woody Harrelson and Stephen Root for their contemporary Western thriller "No Country for Old Men."

Alba, Banks fit the "Bill" (Reuters)
Reuters - Jessica Alba and Elizabeth Banks have joined Aaron Eckhart in the indie comedy "Bill."

Popeye finally bursting out on DVD (Reuters)
Reuters - After years of living in the public domain, Popeye is going legit.

Lohan adds spice to 'Prairie Home' (AP)
Lindsay Lohan poses for photographers during the red carpet arrivals for the 2006 CFDA Fashion Awards in New York, Monday, June 5, 2006.    (AP Photo/Stuart Ramson)AP - The director says it's all about death. The screenwriter says no, it's really a funny movie, not a dark one. Filmgoers can decide who's right when the movie version of "A Prairie Home Companion," directed by Robert Altman, opens Friday.


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Woody Harrelson welcomes 3rd daughter (AP)
Actor Woody Harrelson and his wife, Laura Louie, leave U.S. District Court in Boston  on June 12, 1998, after a jury awarded less than $5,000 to two photographers Harrelson assaulted at the Martha's Vineyard Airport in 1995. The couple have welcomed a new addition to their all-female brood, Their third daughter, Makani Ravello, was born on Saturday June 3, 2006, the couple said in a statement Monday.(AP Photo/Gail Oskin)AP - Woody Harrelson and his wife, Laura Louie, have welcomed a new addition to their all-female brood: another daughter.


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At age 81, Paul Newman stars in animated movie (Reuters)
Paul Newman (C) arrives at the world premiere of Disney Pixar's computer animated film 'Cars' at the Lowe's Motor Speedway in Charlotte, North Carolina, May 26, 2006. What is the 81-year-old Newman doing playing a crusty old auto with blue eyes for headlights in the animated film 'Cars,' a cartoon set in the world of race cars. (Davis Turner/Reuters)Reuters - He's won Oscars, raced cars, been on President Richard Nixon's enemies list, helped found the famed Actor's Studio and established a food company to fund charities.


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Brangelina Baby Pics For Sale (E! Online)
Putting their 
 celebrity to good use while simultaneously foiling the horde of 
 paparazzi looking to cash in on their coupling, Angelina Jolie and Brad 
 Pitt plan to distribute photographs of their newborn daughter, Shiloh 
 Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, with profits going to a charity aiding African 
 children.E! Online - Putting their celebrity to good use while simultaneously foiling the horde of paparazzi looking to cash in on their coupling, Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt plan to distribute photographs of their newborn daughter, Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt, with profits going to a charity aiding African children.


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Miramax, Onion writer plan terror satire (Reuters)
Reuters - Miramax Films is developing a satirical comedy with the former editor in chief of the Onion. "Homeland Insecurity" will track the misadventures of two Arab-Americans who are mistaken for terrorists while on a business trip to Texas.

At the Movies: `Cars' (AP)
AP - The makers of "Doc Hollywood" called. They want their movie back.

Lions Gate wins ruling on Image fight (AP)
AP - In a ruling that favors a takeover bid by independent movie studio Lions Gate Entertainment Co., a Delaware judge has ruled that all six seats on the board of DVD distributor Image Entertainment Inc. will be up for grabs at the company's annual meeting this year.

Singer-songwriter Billy Preston dies at 59 (AP)
Singer Billy Preston performs the Ray Charles classic 'Georgia on My Mind' at the 'Jammin for Ray' Post-Grammy Party for Ray Charles, Sunday night, Feb. 13, 2005, at Spagos in Beverly Hills, Calif.  Preston died in an Arizona hospital on Tuesday, June 6, 2006. He was 59. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)AP - Billy Preston, the exuberant keyboardist who landed dream gigs with the Beatles and the Rolling Stones and enjoyed his own hit singles including "Outta Space" and "Nothing From Nothing," died Tuesday at 59.


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'Idol' runner-up McPhee inks record deal (AP)
'American Idol' runner-up Katharine McPhee appears on the NBC 'Today' television program, in New York's Rockefeller Center, Tin this hursday June 1, 2006 file photo.  McPhee, who lost out to Taylor Hicks in the top-rated Fox show's finale two weeks ago, has signed a record deal with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by 'Idol' creator Simon Fuller, it was announced Tuesday, June 6, 2006. (AP Photo/Richard Drew)AP - Being the "American Idol" runner-up has its rewards, too. Katharine McPhee, who lost out to Taylor Hicks in the top-rated Fox show's finale two weeks ago, has signed a record deal with music mogul Clive Davis in conjunction with 19 Recordings Unlimited, the label managed by "Idol" creator Simon Fuller, it was announced Tuesday.


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Meat Loaf sues to use "Bat Out of Hell" (Reuters)
Meat Loaf performs near Stuttgart, January 25, 2003. The veteran rocker has sued songwriter Jim Steinman and manager David Sonenberg over trademark rights to 'Bat Out of Hell,' asking for more than $50 million. (Ralph Orlowski/Reuters)Reuters - Rock singer Meat Loaf has sued a former collaborator for $50 million, claiming he wrongly trademarked the name of their 1977 hit album "Bat Out of Hell" and is using it as "blackmail" to hold up a new album.


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"Idol" runner-up signs record deal (Reuters)
'American Idol' season five runner-up Katharine McPhee performs on NBC's 'Today' show at Rockefeller Center in New York June 1, 2006. Like 'American Idol' champ Taylor Hicks, McPhee has signed to series creator Simon Fuller's 19 Recordings Limited and RCA. (Shannon Stapleton/Reuters)Reuters - Like "American Idol" champ Taylor Hicks, runner-up Katharine McPhee has signed to series creator Simon Fuller's 19 Recordings Limited and RCA.


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Jazz pianist Hilton Ruiz dies at 54 (AP)
In this file photo originallly provided by Joel Chriss & Co., jazz pianist and composer Hilton Ruiz works at a piano in summer, 2005, in Amagansett, N.Y.  Ruiz, who came to New Orleans to work on a Hurricane Katrina benefit recording, died early Tuesday, June 6, 2006, his agent and manager said. Ruiz, who turned 54 on May 29, had been comatose at East Jefferson General Hospital since he fell early May 19 in front of a French Quarter bar.(AP Photo/Joel Chriss & Co., Fran Kaufman)AP - Jazz pianist and composer Hilton Ruiz, who excelled in a wide variety of styles from Afro-Cuban rhythms to the blues, died early Tuesday, never regaining consciousness after a fall in front of a French Quarter bar. He was 54.


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Springsteen delivers American music history lesson (Reuters)
Bruce Springsteen performs with the Seeger Sessions Band in Mansfield, Massachusetts, May 27, 2006. In Springsteen's new album of songs associated with legendary folk singer Pete Seeger, many of the characters are barely getting by. And then their spirit often is tested and nearly broken by natural, social or political forces beyond their control. (William B. Plowman/Reuters)Reuters - In Bruce Springsteen's new album of songs associated with legendary folk singer Pete Seeger, many of the characters are barely getting by. And then their spirit often is tested and nearly broken by natural, social or political forces beyond their control.


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Farrell's Satellite Party signs with Columbia (Reuters)
Perry Farrell performs in Las Vegas in a 2003 file photo. The former Jane's Addiction frontman's new band Satellite Party has signed with Columbia, which will release its self-titled debut album later this year. (Ethan Miller/Reuters)Reuters - Former Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell's new band Satellite Party has signed with Columbia, which will release its self-titled debut album later this year.


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Ex-manager sues singer Ashanti (Reuters)
Singer Ashanti is seen attending an NBA game at New York's Madison Square Garden, January 25, 2006. A former manager for Ashanti who claimed to have been instrumental in the singer's career sued her on Tuesday, seeking millions of dollars in damages for breach of contract. (Ray Stubblebine/Reuters)Reuters - A former manager for the R&B singer Ashanti who claimed to have been instrumental in the singer's career sued her on Tuesday, seeking millions of dollars in damages for breach of contract.


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Eminem Hangs Up Ringtone Suit (E! Online)
Lawyers 
 for the Slim Shady's publishing empire, Michigan-based Eight Mile Style 
 and Martin Affiliated, have settled a lawsuit with one of five companies 
 his camp sued to halt them from illegally hocking ringtones of Eminem's 
 biggest hits, the Detroit News reports.E! Online - Lawyers for the Slim Shady's publishing empire, Michigan-based Eight Mile Style and Martin Affiliated, have settled a lawsuit with one of five companies his camp sued to halt them from illegally hocking ringtones of Eminem's biggest hits, the Detroit News reports.


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"Fifth Beatle" Billy Preston Dies (E! Online)
Billy Preston, the singer-songwriter famous for his 
 collaborations with Ray Charles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and the 
 Beatles among others, as well as for the Grammy-winning solo hits 'Outta 
 Space' and 'Nothing From Nothing,' died Tuesday from complications due 
 to chronic kidney failure.  He was 59.E! Online - Billy Preston, the singer-songwriter famous for his collaborations with Ray Charles, Rolling Stones, Bob Dylan and the Beatles among others, as well as for the Grammy-winning solo hits "Outta Space" and "Nothing From Nothing," died Tuesday from complications due to chronic kidney failure. He was 59.


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