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News 07/01/2006

Lil' Kim is set to be released from prison Monday, the day before the Fourth of July. The pint-size diva has been behind bars in Philadelphia since Sept. 19 for lying about a shootout outside a hip-hop radio station.

Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey have made their divorce official after filing court documents requesting that a judge be assigned to sign off on a divorce decree.

Michael Jackson claimed in a videotaped deposition that was sure he had paid his former associate F. Marc Schaffel, who claims the entertainer owes him $3.8 million.

Black Eyed Peas' Will.i.am is under investigation for his role in after-party brawl following concert in Berlin; no charges have been filed yet.

Love, the Cirque du Soleil spectacular about the life and music of the Beatles, opened in Las Vegas Friday. Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Yoko Ono, and George Harrison's widow, Olivia were in attendance at the premiere.

News 06/29/2006

A second man has pled guilty to attempted grand larceny for trying to sell Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony's stolen wedding video back to the couple for $1 million.

Three people who said they believed Michael Jackson was guilty of child molestation were among those chosen for the jury in the trial of a lawsuit filed by Jackson's former associate, F. Marc Schaffel, who claims the entertainer owes him $3.8 million.

Pharrell Williams is stepping up as the new face of Louis Vuitton luggage, the company announced Wednesday.

A judge has issued an arrest warrant for DMX after he failed to appear in court Wednesday to face a number of charges stemming from bad-driving instances.

News 06/28/2006

Mary J. Blige, Chris Brown, and "Gold Digger" duo Kanye West and Jamie Foxx shared double wins at the 2006 BET Awards Tuesday night. Picking up respective statuettes as best female R&B artist and best duet/collaboration, Blige and West with Foxx also tied for video of the year honors. R&B newcomer Brown walked away with a best new artist trophy as well as the viewers' choice award.

Axl Rose was released from a Stockholm, Sweden jail after copping to biting a security guard and agreeing to pay a $5,500 fine, plus $1,360 in damages to the guard.

Boy George was assigned to five days of court-ordered community service as an employee of New York's Sanitation Department.

Sleater-Kinney has announced the band is going on "indefinite hiatus," and thanking fans for their "enthusiasm, passion and loyalty." The indie punk rockers are touring through the summer.

Pregnant Britney Spears will be photographed nude for the cover of the August issue of Harper's Bazaar.

Gene Simmons and onetime gal pal Georgeann Walsh Ward have reached an amicable settlement in Ward's defamation suit against Simmons, with regard to the documentary "When KISS Ruled the World." No money changed hands in the settlement, which called for Ward to accept that Simmons had nothing to do with including her photo in the documentary.

News 06/27/2006

Axl Rose was detained in Stockholm, Sweden, for allegedly biting a security guard in the leg outside of his hotel following a performance Monday night, police said.

Michael Jackson is relocating to Europe in order to revive his flagging musical career, his spokesperson, Raymone K. Bain, said Tuesday. Jackson has also named Bain his "general manager," as part of a "sweeping restructuring" of his affairs, she said.

Legendary crooner Tony Bennett's 80th-birthday celebration will be chronicled in "Tony Bennett: An American Classic," a star-studded NBC musical special to be produced and directed by Chicago's Rob Marshall. Among those slated to attend are Robert De Niro, Billy Crystal, and Catherine Zeta-Jones.

News 06/26/2006

Boy George was in a Manhattan court room Monday to answer to a judge's claim that he violated the terms of his probation on a drug charge.

Elvis Costello and Diana Krall have announced that they are expecting their first child together in December, coinciding with their third wedding anniversary.

The trial of a lawsuit brought against Michael Jackson by a former business associate, who claims the entertainer owes him $3.9 million, commenced Monday; Jackson appeared in a video testimony but not in person.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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