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|Corey Miller, the rapper formerly known as C-Murder, was ordered back on house arrest, two days after an appeals court ruled that the judge who removed him from the program did so improperly.
Pete Doherty pled guilty Friday to five counts of possessing drugs, including heroin and crack, stemming from an arrest last week in London and two other incidents earlier in the year. Sentencing is scheduled for Sept. 4.
|Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock swapped vows in Nashville, Tennessee Thursday at Tootsie's Orchid Lounge.
Justin Timberlake's intimate club tour in support of his upcoming album, FutureSex/LoveSounds, sold out all 13 dates in a matter of minutes, according to his record label. The album is due
for release Sept. 12.
Marc Cohn and Elizabeth Vargas welcomed their second child together, a boy named Samuel Wyatt.
Former Blink-182 singer Tom DeLonge and his wife, Jennifer, welcomed their second child together, a boy named Jonas Rocket DeLonge.
Philadelphia police stated that they do not believe Beanie Sigel's story that he was shot and robbed near his boyhood home three months ago. The rapper himself admitted he might have stretched the truth, telling Sirius Satellite radio listeners, "I am on federal parole, so I can't get into details, but give me another nine months, and I will tell y'all
exactly what the deal was."
Ricky Martin will be honored as the 2006 Latin Recording Academy Person of the Year.
|Chris Daughtry has started work on his debut album, to be released on Nov. 21, and has put together his new band, to be called simply, Daughtry.
Fans of Elvis Presley flocked to Graceland Wednesday to mark the 29th anniversary of the King's death.
|Nick Lachey told Australia's Sydney Morning Herald that he and Jessica Simpson initially planned to use "Newlyweds" "as a promotional vehicle for our albums."
Alison Krauss and Union Station led all nominees for the 17th Annual International Bluegrass Music Awards with a total of 11 nods. The awards to be passed out Sept. 28 at the the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.
German prosecutors are keeping an eye on Madonna to see if she repeats her controversial mock-crucifixion scene during her weekend concert in Duesseldorf, claiming that the stunt could be construed as insulting religious beliefs.
Lil' Wayne is in big trouble after being arrested in Atlanta on drug charges Monday. The rapper was released on bond, police said.
The Rolling Stones canceled their second and final concert in Spain Tuesday due to Mick Jagger's laryngitis, according to a government official in the town of El Ejido.
Boy George reported for his first day of community service, sweeping leaves and trash off New York sidewalks. "This is supposed to be making me humble. Let me do this," he snapped at reporters. "I just want to do my job."
Elton John is planning to release his next studio album, The Captain and the Kid, on Sept. 19. The album is set as a sequel to 1975's Captain Fantastic and the Brown Dirt Cowboy.
A band that performed at a Montana state fair last weekend is being accused of impersonating the band Redbone, whose hits included the '70s song, "Come and Get Your Love." The real Redbone was performing in Wisconsin at the time, and the band's manager said the fair was conned.
Adam Muskiewicz, a filmmaker who is working on a documentary titled The Truth About Elvis, has offered a $3 million reward for proof that Elvis Presley is still alive.
The Rolling Stones canceled a concert in Spain Monday after Mick Jagger was ordered by his doctor to rest his voice after coming down with laryngitis.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources