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News 08/04/2006

Rome's Catholic, Jewish, and Muslim leaders are coming together in a rare display of unity to condemn Madonna's plan to stage her mock-crucifixion scene on the Rome stop of her Confessions tour Sunday, complaining that the singer should pull the stunt out of consideration for where she is performing. Meanwhile, Madonna has revealed to Time magazine her plans to care for orphans in Malawi, Africa. The artist has already committed to raising at least $3 million to fund programs for children in need.

Minor league baseball team the Newark Bears are hosting a Britney Spears Baby Safety Night to spread the word about keeping babies safe in cars. Those who dress like babies, bring babies, or bring baby toys get in for free.

Doug Fieger, frontman for The Knack, underwent successful brain surgery Thursday to have two tumors removed, his doctor said. Feiger was expected to make a full recovery.

Katharine McPhee fractured her foot before a concert in North Concert after tripping backstage, per the New York Post. Though the "Idol" runner-up is reportedly "in discomfort," she plans to stick with the tour, a rep said.

The Alabama Bureau of Tourism is planning to put up billboards featuring "American Idol" winners Taylor Hicks and Ruben Studdard and runner-up Bo Bice, who are all natives of the state.

Clay Aiken will release his third album, A Thousand Different Ways, on Sept. 19. The album--the "Idol" runner-up's first since 2004--features covers of 10 well-known songs, plus four original songs.

Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock has recruited former Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to write and record the follow-up album to Good News for People Who Like Bad News, Rolling Stone reports. Marr will also tour with the band in support of the album.

Grammy-winning musician Freddy Fender told the Corpus Christi, Texas Caller-Times that he has incurable cancer after tumors were found on his lungs. "I cannot complain that I haven't lived long enough, but I'd like to live longer," the 69-year-old singer said.

Love singer Arthur Lee succumbed to leukemia Thursday at a Memphis hospital, his manager said Friday. He was 61.

News 08/02/2006

Aaron Carter was hospitalized after a minor surfing accident earlier this week and recovering at home, his rep said.

Hilary Duff performed a free concert for members of the military and their families Tuesday night in North Carolina.

News 08/01/2006

Meat Loaf has dropped his multimillion dollar lawsuit against songwriter Jim Steinman, whom he had accused of wrongfully registering the phrase "Bat Out of Hell" as his trademark in 1995. "We're not going to have a knock-down brawl. We just have too much history," the singer said.

Cher is auctioning off about 700 items from her home, including her bed, her 2003 Hummer, and numerous Bob Mackie costumes in a sale expected to raise more than $1 million.

News 07/31/2006

Boy George will serve his court-ordered community service by picking up trash on Manhattan city streets for five days beginning Aug. 14, a sanitation spokesperson told the New York Daily News.

Los Angeles Police Chief William Bratton has launched a new task force to investigate the unsolved 1997 murder of Notorious B.I.G., the Los Angeles Times reported. The new probe comes in the face of a wrongful death suit filed by members of the late rapper's family, who claim that rogue police officers were involved in the killing.

The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Shakira lead the field in nominations for the MTV Video Music Awards with seven apiece. Panic! At The Disco and Madonna trail with five nominations each.

Janet Jackson is changing the name of her upcoming album from 20 Years Old to 20 Y.O. at the suggestion of fans participating in a Yahoo! Music album cover design contest.

Michael Jackson has been sued by a Los Angeles law firm that claims he owes them over $200,000 in legal fees for services rendered during 2005, TMZ.com reports. The lawsuit also details numerous other debts owed by Jackson, including over $300 million to Fortress Investment Group, over $1.6 million to his brother, Randy, and millions of dollars in legal fees to various lawyers.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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