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|Britney Spears has issued a mea culpa for driving her sport utility vehicle with baby son, Sean Preston, sitting in her lap, instead of putting him in a car seat. "I made a mistake, and so it is what it is, I guess," the pop star told "Access Hollywood" on Thursday.
Brad Arnold, the 27-year-old frontman for rockers 3 Doors Down, is recovering from minor injuries sustained after the car he was riding in hydroplaned on a rain-soaked road in Mississippi on Feb. 1. The singer reportedly needed 30 to 40 stitches to close a gash in his face, but will be okay.
Aside from participating in the golf tournament, Kevin Costner will play a concert with his rock band on April 29 for ticket holders of the BMW Charity Pro-Am in Greenville, South Carolina.
|Willie Nelson has launched BioWillie, his brand of clean-burning fuel made from soybeans, which went on sale Wednesday at an alternative gas station in San Diego.
Wanda Vaughn of the Emotions was forced to flee her home Wednesday to escape a mud slide that crashed into her kitchen and living room.
|U2 led Grammy winners Wednesday night with five trophies, including Album of the Year (How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb) and Song of the Year ("Sometimes You Can't Make It on Your Own.") Green Day won Record of the Year for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams." John Legend scored three awards, including Best New Artist. Other three-time winners Wednesday included Kanye West, Mariah
Carey, and Alison Krauss and Union Station.
David Bowie, Merle Haggard, Richard Pryor, and Cream were among the artists that received honorary Grammys Tuesday night, on the eve of the 48th Annual Grammy Awards.
The Rolling Stones is calling the NFL's decision to censor some of the band's lyrics during the Super Bowl halftime show "absolutely ridiculous and completely unnecessary." An NFL spokesman claimed the band was aware of the plan before the performance.
Lance Armstrong closed his weekly satellite radio show by playing ex-fiancée Sheryl Crow's song "Letter to God," saying he didn't want to "run from the situation."
Barry Manilow notched his first-ever Billboard 200 chart-topping debut with Greatest Hits of the Fifties, selling 156,000 copies in the week that ended Sunday, according to Nielsen SoundScan data.
Babyshambles frontman Pete Doherty avoided jail time on seven separate drug charges Wednesday, but ordered to attend drug rehab and submit to monthly checkups for a year.
|Despite a complaint from Los Angeles' Department of Child Services, authorities won't charge Britney Spears after she was photographed holding her son, Sean Preston, on her lap in a car. Spears blames it on a "horrifying, frightful encounter with the paparazzi."
Daniel Biechele, the ex-tour manager for Great
White, pled guilty to 100 counts of manslaughter in the deadly Rhode Island nightclub fire that occurred three years ago. Per the terms of the plea deal, Biechele will serve no more than 10 years in prison for lighting the pyrotechnics which sparked the blaze.
Bruce Springsteen, Sheryl Crow, Bonnie Raitt, David Crosby, and Dixie Chicks are among the artists honoring James Taylor as MusiCares Person of the Year Monday night by performing their takes on the singer-songwriter's classic hits.
Guitarist Rafael Moreira, who's played with Pink, Christina Aguilera, and most recently appeared as a member of the house band on "Rock Star: INXS," was arrested for allegedly assaulting a man at the Hollywood music school where he works.
Michael Jackson's reps have denied reports that the pop star might be one of several artists to sing on a CD of Pope John Paul II's prayers.
Lance Armstrong and Sheryl Crow have called off their engagement and are breaking up after two years together. "After much thought and consideration we have made a very tough decision to split up," the couple said in a joint statement.
Busta Rhymes' bodyguard was shot and killed Sunday in Brooklyn when violence erupted during a star-studded shoot for the rapper's upcoming video.
The NFL and Super Bowl producers edited sexually explicit lyrics from two Rolling Stones songs during the band's halftime performance Sunday. ABC also aired the Super Bowl on a five-second delay...the first network ever to do so.
An Italian priest who runs a record label specializing in religious music stated Monday that Michael Jackson might be one of several artists to sing on a CD of Pope John Paul II's prayers, but said the project had not yet been cleared by the Vatican.
B.B. King is offering a reward of a signed guitar for the return of his missing dog, Lucille, named after his signature guitar. The dog, a 2-year-old Maltese, disappeared Jan. 27 in West Hollywood.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources