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|Red Light District, the company that distributed the Paris Hilton sex tape, put a 40-second preview online of Kid Rock and Creed singer Scott Stapp engaging in sexual relations with four female fans on a tour bus six years ago.
Nick Lachey has filed response to Jessica Simpson's divorce petition. Lachey contests the ex-couple's separation date, he says Dec. 13, she says Nov. 23. A judge will decide which date, which will determine value of their community property. He is asking for half.
Reggaeton star Daddy Yankee scored 10 nominations to lead the list of nominees for the 2006 Billboard Latin Music Awards, followed by Mexican pop star RBD and singer Shakira with nine and eight nods respectively.
Michael Jackson will release at the end of the month his long-promised all-star charity single benefiting victims of Hurricane Katrina, according to the Bahrain Prince hosting him in the Gulf country. Guest artists on "I Have This Dream" include Snoop Dogg, R. Kelly, Ciara, and Keyisha Cole.
Per the New York Post, rapper-actor Mos Def has not kept up with child support payments totaling $10,000 a month owed to ex-wife Maria Yepes-Smith to care for their seven and eight-year-old daughters.
Attorneys for Death Row Records mogul Suge Knight are suing several lawyers and defendants for $106 million, claiming he and his label were the victims of a fraudulent lawsuit.
Country singer John Michael Montgomery pled not guilty Thursday to driving under the influence, possession of a controlled drug, and two counts of carrying a concealed weapon after he was arrested in Lexington, Kentucky.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland's very own indie record label, Ironworks Music, will launch its first artist via the release of the debut album from Rocco DeLuca and The Burden on Mar. 21.
R&B Diva Tony Braxton is planning to kick off her first tour in over a decade Mar. 10 in Atlantic City, New Jersey. It wraps up July 3 in Houston.
Ray Barretto, famed Latin conga drummer who helped introduce the driving percussion beat to salsa and scored a hit in the 1960s with the song "El Watusi," died in a New Jersey hospital Friday after previously undergoing heart bypass surgery in January. He was 76.
A spokesperson for Coldplay reassured fans that the band is not breaking up, despite Chris Martin's comment at the Brit Awards: "You won't see us at one of these for many, many years." The band took home Best British Album for X&Y and Best British Single for "Speed of Sound."
The New York police commissioner berated Busta Rhymes for withholding information about the slaying of his bodyguard, Israel Ramirez, last week outside a hip-hop video shoot.
Madonna is recuperating after undergoing hernia surgery following her performance at the Grammy Awards, and doing "absolutely fine," according to her spokeswoman.
Elton John won undisclosed damages and an apology from London's Sunday Times after the paper published a story saying the singer had acted "in a self-important, arrogant and rude manner" at one of his AIDS charity functions.
Lisa Marie Presley married guitarist and music producer Michael Lockwood in a ceremony in Kyoto, Japan, her publicist said Thursday. It's the fourth marriage for Elvis' little girl.
Country crooner John Michael Montgomery was arrested early Thursday and charged with driving under the influence and possession of a controlled drug, police said.
Britney Spears told People magazine that she rarely takes her infant son outside because she fears the advances of aggressive paparazzi. "I mean, Princess Diana got killed by one of these people. They're crossing the line," the singer said.
Fats Domino, Bob Dylan, and Paul Simon will headline this year's New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival, as the city struggles to rebuild after Hurricane Katrina.
The Kaiser Chiefs and James Blunt won multiple awards at the Brit Awards Wednesday, the British equivalent of the Grammys.
|Willie Nelson released a gay cowboy song that was written in 1981, long before the Brokeback Mountain craze. "Cowboys Are Frequently, Secretly (Fond of Each Other)" debuted Tuesday on Howard Stern's satellite radio show and is available exclusively through iTunes.
The California Court of Appeal issued a ruling Wednesday rejecting Michael Jackson's claim that Debbie Rowe gave up her parental rights, according to TMZ.com, setting up another legal showdown between the ex-husband and wife.
Moby is participating in one of 180 simultaneous "Party Animal" house parties thrown by the Humane Society Feb. 26 in support of farm animal welfare.
Nick Lachey shelled out $5.5 million to acquire Seal and Heidi Klum's Bel-Air mansion, Us Weekly reports.
Salma Hayek has donated $75,000 to two groups aiding battered women in her native Mexico.
Chris and Rich Robinson of the Black Crowes will hit the road together this spring on an all-acoustic tour, marking the first such outing for the frequently feuding brothers.
John Legend will perform with Elton John at John's annual Oscar party on March 5.
|Tenor Placido Domingo has scrapped his upcoming appearance in Wagner's Die Walkuere in Paris, saying he didn't have enough time to prepare.
Jockey Shabalala, a member of Ladysmith Black Mambazo, South Africa's most famous a cappella group, died Saturday of natural causes. He was 62.
Former Creed frontman, Scott Stapp, and his fiancée, former Miss New York Jaclyn Nesheiwat, tied the knot Friday in Miami at an estate on the waterfront of Biscayne Bay, People reports. Stapp's 7-year-old son, Jagger, served as the best man. A day after his wedding, Stapp was arrested for allegedly being so drunk at Los Angeles International Airport that airline personnel
would not permit him to board his plane. According to a blood-alcohol test administered by police, he registered .18, more than twice the legal limit.
A Jessica Simpson-signed yoga mat is up for bid at yogaforce.com. Proceeds benefit the Skin Cancer Foundation.
Carrie Underwood is scheduled to perform during halftime at the NBA All-Star Game in Houston on Sunday.
Louisiana native Britney Spears will celebrate Mardi Gras in New Orleans later this month, when the city hopes to resume its festive ways. Meanwhile, Transportation secretary Norman Mineta is calling Britney Spears "irresponsible" for driving with her baby on her lap, stating "there's absolutely no excuse for this display, not instinct, not fear, not even reckless paparazzi."
MTV's fourth annual TRL Awards will air Feb. 25 at noon. Madonna will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award and Bono to receive the Most Inspired Artist Award.
The Rolling Stones played a free show on Copacabana Beach in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Saturday for a projected audience of more than 2 million people.
Hip-hop producer J Dilla died Friday of complications from lupus, his manager said. He was 32.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources