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Country Weekly names Urban sexiest man (AP)
Keith Urban holds his Grammy award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 file photo, in Los Angeles. Urban is country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll to be released Friday, June 16, 2006 in Country Weekly. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Nicole Kidman's Aussie fiancé, Keith Urban, is country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll to be released Friday in Country Weekly.


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'Idol' winner Studdard awarded $2M in suit (AP)
American Idol winner Ruben Studdard sits for a photo at the offices of J Records in New York, in this Dec. 5, 2003, file photo. Studdard has been awarded $2 million in his lawsuit against his ex-manager for misappropriating the singer's money and credit cards. Studdard, 26, of Birmingham, won the television talent show in 2003 and filed suit last year against ex-manager Ronald W. Edwards and Edwards' promotions company, Sez Inc. Jefferson County Circuit Judge Scott Vowell on Thursday, June 15, 2006, awarded Studdard $500,000 for his actual losses and another $1.5 million in punitive damages, The Birmingham News reported Thursday on its Web site. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - American Idol winner Ruben Studdard has been awarded $2 million in his lawsuit against his ex-manager for misappropriating the singer's money and credit cards.


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Cruise tops Forbes' annual Celebrity list (AP)
Tom Cruise laughs in Piazza del Popolo in Rome Monday, April 24, 2006. Cruise topped Forbes' annual 'Celebrity 100 Power List.' (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini, FILE)AP - Never mind the couch-jumping and the depression-dismissing. Tom Cruise is the world's No. 1 star, according to Forbes' annual "Celebrity 100 Power List," which ranks famous folks based on earnings and buzz.


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Elvis tops Forbes' list of dead celebs (AP)
Elvis Presley is shown performing in Providence, R.I. on May 23, 1977, three months before his death. Forbes magazine said Elvis Presley raked in an estimated $52 million in last year. (AP Photo)AP - Even in the afterlife, some celebrities remain big-time moneymakers. Elvis Presley, Albert Einstein, Kurt Cobain, Andy Warhol and Marilyn Monroe continue to earn enviable incomes from the grave, according to Forbes magazine.


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Rather apparently near end at CBS News (AP)
Dan Rather speaks about the state of the media today at Harvard'ss Kennedy School of Government in Cambridge, Mass., on March 9, 2006. According to published reports Rather, who has been working at '60 Minutes' television magazine show since leaving as 'CBS Evening News' anchor last year, appears to be in his final days at CBS News.(AP Photo/Chitose Suzuki)AP - Dan Rather, who has been working at "60 Minutes" since leaving as "CBS Evening News" anchor last year, apparently is in his final days at CBS News.


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Pitt Tops DiCaprio in "World" Domination (E! Online)
And for an encore, Brad Pitt gets to eat  Leonardo DiCaprio's brains...E! Online - And for an encore, Brad Pitt gets to eat Leonardo DiCaprio's brains...


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Country Weekly names Urban sexiest man (AP)
Keith Urban holds his Grammy award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 file photo, in Los Angeles. Urban is country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll to be released Friday, June 16, 2006 in Country Weekly. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Nicole Kidman's Aussie fiancé, Keith Urban, is country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll to be released Friday in Country Weekly.


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Michael Jordan named part-owner of Bobcats (AP)
Robert L. Johnson, left, majority owner of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats basketball team, sits with Bobcats coach Bernie Bickerstaff during the WNBA Charlotte Sting's opening game, May 20, 2006, in Charlotte, N.C.  Michael Jordan became part-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats on Thursday, June 15, 2006, in a deal that gives him a stake in most of  Johnson's ventures. (AP Photo/Rick Havner)AP - Michael Jordan is back in the NBA, resuming his basketball career in the state where it started.


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Cruise tops Forbes' celebrity power list (Reuters)
Tom Cruise is kissed by his fiance actress Katie Holmes at the fan screening of 'Mission: Impossible III' at the Grauman's Chinese theatre in Hollywood May 4, 2006. Despite the jokes and sneers he drew for hopping on couches and slamming psychiatry, Cruise on Thursday reclaimed his No. 1 spot on Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's 100 most powerful stars. (Mario Anzuoni/Reuters)Reuters - Despite the jokes and sneers he drew for hopping on couches and slamming psychiatry, actor Tom Cruise on Thursday reclaimed his No. 1 spot on Forbes magazine's annual list of the world's 100 most powerful stars.


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Sater & Sheik's 'Spring Awakening' Dawns in World Premiere at Atlantic Theater Co. (Playbill)
Playbill - Composer Duncan Sheik's throbbing, evocative alternative pop music accompanies the hormonal rhythms of the adolescent heart in the new musical, Spring Awakening, opening Off-Broadway June 15.

Pitt Tops DiCaprio in "World" Domination (E! Online)
And for an encore, Brad Pitt gets to eat  Leonardo DiCaprio's brains...E! Online - And for an encore, Brad Pitt gets to eat Leonardo DiCaprio's brains...


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Newman prepares to wind down film career (AP)
Paul Newman  is seen in this Monday, May 9, 2005 file photo in New York. Newman is considering his final scene.  'I will probably have one film left in me,' the 81-year-old actor told The Associated Press on Thursday. 'The last hurrah.' (AP Photo/Stephen Chernin)AP - Paul Newman is considering his final scene. "I will probably have one film left in me," the 81-year-old actor told The Associated Press on Thursday. "The last hurrah."


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Dustin Hoffman recalls audition (AP)
This March 2006 photo supplied by Bravo shows James Lipton interviewing Dustin Hoffman,,right, in New York in an episode of the Bravo cable television channel series, 'Inside the Actors Studio,' which airs on Sunday, June 25, 2006. The 68-year-old Hoffman, who won best actor Oscars for 1982's 'Tootsie' and 1979's 'Kramer Vs. Kramer,' is the 200th guest on the program.(AP Photo/Bravo, Virginia Sherwood )AP - Dustin Hoffman is a lucky guy. He got his big break in 1967's "The Graduate" — despite his audition.


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Blu-ray launches next week (Reuters)
Matsushita Electric Industrial Co.Ltd., best known for its Panasonic brand, displays the new Blu-ray Disc drive for personal computers and Blu-ray discs in Tokyo, April 21, 2006. Blu-ray, one of two much-hyped high-definition DVD formats, debuts next week, but the launch is expected to be muted amid device delays and consumer confusion, industry analysts said on Thursday. (Toshiyuki Aizawa/Reuters)Reuters - Blu-ray, one of two much-hyped high-definition DVD formats, debuts next week, but the launch is expected to be muted amid device delays and consumer confusion, industry analysts said on Thursday.


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AFI Praises Spielberg, Snubs Jesus (E! Online)
Jesus inspired Christians. Movie buffs, on the other hand...E! Online - Jesus inspired Christians. Movie buffs, on the other hand...


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Missy Elliott Movie Under Construction (E! Online)
Robert De Niro is going to help Missy Elliott get her freak 
 onscreen.E! Online - Robert De Niro is going to help Missy Elliott get her freak onscreen.


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World Cup stars score on the silver screen (Reuters)
England captain David Beckham talks to the media at their World Cup soccer training camp at the Mittelbergstadion near Baden-Baden in Germany June 13, 2006. Beckham, along with other World Cup participants, are joining Tom Hanks and Johnny Depp on the multiplex marquee this summer as cinemas on both sides of the Atlantic try to reel in extra customers by screening World Cup matches. (Eddie Keogh - GERMANY/Reuters)Reuters - Ronaldinho and David Beckham are joining Tom Hanks and Johnny Depp on the multiplex marquee this summer as cinemas on both sides of the Atlantic try to reel in extra customers by screening World Cup matches.


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Spielberg to defy gravity for Paramount (Reuters)
Steven Spielberg at the 58th Annual Directors Guild Awards in Century City, California, January 28, 2006. The Oscar-winning filmmaker's latest venture is an untitled sci-fi film that delves into Caltech physicist Kip Thorne's theories of gravity fields. (Fred Prouser/Reuters)Reuters - Steven Spielberg is set to defy gravity in a new film he will direct for Paramount Pictures.


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'Polar Express' back on track after deal (AP)
AP - A dispute between a railroad and a Hollywood studio has been settled, allowing the Polar Express to run this holiday season after all.

Deneuve to head Venice film festival jury (Reuters)
French actress Catherine Deneuve in Cannes, May 11, 2005. Deneuve, named best actress at 1998's Venice International Film Festival, will head the main competition jury at the 63rd edition of the event, organisers said on Wednesday. (Eric Gaillard/Reuters)Reuters - French star Catherine Deneuve, named best actress at 1998's Venice International Film Festival, will head the main competition jury at the 63rd edition of the event, organizers said on Wednesday.


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Country Weekly names Urban sexiest man (AP)
Keith Urban holds his Grammy award for Best Male Country Vocal Performance in this Wednesday, Feb. 8, 2006 file photo, in Los Angeles. Urban is country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll to be released Friday, June 16, 2006 in Country Weekly. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)AP - Nicole Kidman's Aussie fiancé, Keith Urban, is country music's sexiest man, according to a reader poll to be released Friday in Country Weekly.


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Old Damascus opens its doors for evening of music (Reuters)
Syrian President Bashar Assad, left, and Information Minister Mohsen Bilal at a meeting in Damascus Thursday, June 15, 2006 with representatives of the Syrian media. Assad discussed with journalists its role in conveying Syria's image abroad. (AP Photo/Sana).Reuters - Syria opened its public buildings in the old city of Damascus on Thursday for a series of free musical concerts modeled after France's annual Fete de la Musique.


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White Stripes win lawsuit over royalties (AP)
Meg White and Jack White of 'The White Stripes' are shown  in New York in this May 5, 2004, file photo. A trial continues in Detroit, Wednesday, June 14, 2006, on a federal lawsuit by Jim Diamond, a producer who worked on the first two White Stripes albums, who says he played a pivotal role in creating the band's signature sound and deserves a share of the royalties.  (AP Photo/ Diane Bondareff)AP - A federal jury ruled Thursday that the White Stripes don't have to share royalties with a producer who worked on the rock band's first two albums and claimed he played a pivotal role in creating its signature sound.


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'Idol' winner Studdard awarded $2M in suit (AP)
American Idol winner Ruben Studdard sits for a photo at the offices of J Records in New York, in this Dec. 5, 2003, file photo. Studdard has been awarded $2 million in his lawsuit against his ex-manager for misappropriating the singer's money and credit cards. Studdard, 26, of Birmingham, won the television talent show in 2003 and filed suit last year against ex-manager Ronald W. Edwards and Edwards' promotions company, Sez Inc. Jefferson County Circuit Judge Scott Vowell on Thursday, June 15, 2006, awarded Studdard $500,000 for his actual losses and another $1.5 million in punitive damages, The Birmingham News reported Thursday on its Web site. (AP Photo/Jim Cooper)AP - American Idol winner Ruben Studdard has been awarded $2 million in his lawsuit against his ex-manager for misappropriating the singer's money and credit cards.


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Dat Franchize Boy Busted (E! Online)
In the chart-topping single 'Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It,' Dem 
 Franchize Boyz boast that they're 'gonna rock wit it, gonna lean wit it 
 [and] smoke some green with it.'E! Online - In the chart-topping single "Lean Wit It, Rock Wit It," Dem Franchize Boyz boast that they're "gonna rock wit it, gonna lean wit it [and] smoke some green with it."


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Sheryl Crow gets back to music (AP)
Singer Sheryl Crow walks the runway for the fall 2006 Red Dress Collection fashion show, in this Feb. 3, 2006 file photo, in New York.  Crow has made a few adjustments since returning to the stage after battling breast cancer. She still performs more than two hours each night, but the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter is more apt to take a nap during the day. And she's added a private chef to her road crew to ensure she's eating healthy. Crow and John Mayer are embarking on a joint tour that kicks off in Pittsburgh on Aug. 24, 2006. (AP Photo/Jennifer Szymaszek,File)AP - Sheryl Crow has made a few adjustments since returning to the stage after battling breast cancer. She still performs more than two hours each night, but the Grammy Award-winning singer-songwriter is more apt to take a nap during the day. And she's added a private chef to her road crew to ensure she's eating healthy.


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Glitter Still Guilty (E! Online)
Gary Glitter will have plenty of time to ponder the vast 'plot' 
 against him. Three years to be exact.E! Online - Gary Glitter will have plenty of time to ponder the vast "plot" against him. Three years to be exact.


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Rapper Jay-Z decides to boycott Cristal (AP)
Hip hop entertainer Jay-Z is shown in this Nov. 30, 2005, file photo in New York. Jay-Z said he would boycott Cristal, his once-beloved bubbly, by removing it from his small chain of popular sports lounges _ where bottles sell for $450 and $600, over comments from Frederic Rouzaud, managing director of Louis Roederer, the company that produces it. In The Economist magazine, Rouzaud said the company viewed the affection for his company's champagne from rappers and their fans with 'curiosity and serenity.' (AP Photo/ Louis Lanzano, file)AP - Rappers have long proclaimed their love for Cristal, frequently mentioning the high-end champagne in songs and popping the corks of the clear, gold-labeled bottles in music videos and at nightclubs.


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Jeweler nabbed on money laundering charges (AP)
AP - Famed jeweler Jacob Arabov, referenced in songs by R. Kelly and Kanye West, has been arrested on money laundering charges, a spokeswoman for the Drug Enforcement Administration said Thursday.

Stones tour to go on despite Wood reports (Reuters)
Members of the Rolling Stones (L-R) Ronnie Woods, Mick Jagger, Charlie Watts and Keith Richards perform during a concert in Sydney April 11, 2006. The Rolling Stones tour due to start in Italy next month will go ahead on schedule, the band's spokeswoman told Reuters, despite reports that Wood has been admitted to an alcohol rehab clinic. (David Gray/Reuters)Reuters - The Rolling Stones tour due to start in Italy next month will go ahead on schedule, the band's spokeswoman told Reuters, despite reports that guitarist Ronnie Wood has been admitted to an alcohol rehab clinic.


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