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|CBS has reached a deal with the SoCal punk band Supernova, who sued the network for unfair competition and trademark violation when "Rock Star: Supernova" kicked off in July. The original band will keep their original name while the new reality show-created band will go by Rock Star Supernova.
The Sugarcubes...which was to Bjork what 'N Sync was to Justin Timberlake...will reunite for a one-off concert in their native Iceland Nov. 17 with profits from the show going toward the promotion of Icelandic music.
Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg will collaborate for the first time in nearly five years on the latter's upcoming album, Tha Blue Carpet Treatment, due out Nov. 21.
Don Ho is expected to be released from a Honolulu hospital by the weekend after getting a new pacemaker installed, which the 76-year-old crooner described as "a kind of balloon."
The Los Angeles City Council has reinstated a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of whoever gunned down the Notorious B.I.G. nine years ago.
Donald Trump's latest offering is a line of luxury luggage and travel goods for customers who want to travel "Trump-style."
Paul McCartney's fourth album of classical compositions, Ecce Cor Meum (Behold My Heart), will be performed at London's Royal Albert Hall Nov. 3.
|Madonna is defending the mock-crucifixion she staged at the end of each concert during her successful Confessions tour, saying she struck the pose "to encourage mankind to help one another and to see the world as a unified whole. I believe in my heart that if Jesus were alive today he would be doing the same thing." Meanwhile, the Material Girl wrapped up her worldwide
Confessions tour in Tokyo today as the top-grossing tour ever by a female artist, having squeezed $193.7 million out of 60 shows.
Michael Jackson's rep has dismissed Irish tabloid reports saying that the singer is planning to open a leprechaun-themed amusement park in Ireland as "erroneous and ridiculous." She also warned media to double-check with her office before repeating any news about Jackson that originated in Ireland, "because most of the information reported thus far has been inaccurate."
Carrie Underwood is becoming the poster girl for "Read Ya'll," Oklahoma's statewide literacy campaign. The project is funded in part by the "American Idol" winner's hometown library system.
Art broker Acquire d'Arte has filed $1.15 million lawsuit against Axl Rose, claiming the rocker backed out of a deal to pay $2.36 million for an Andy Warhol portrait of John Lennon, even after the piece's asking price was lowered.
Mario Etheridge, the man authorities claim fatally shot rapper Proof during a nightclub shootout last April, was convicted Wednesday on charges of carrying a concealed weapon and discharging a firearm inside a building. Sentencing is scheduled for Oct. 17.
The Rolling Stones kicked off the second U.S. leg of their much-delayed A Bigger Bang tour, to a crowd of more than 40,000 in Foxborough, Massachusetts, Wednesday night.
Kevin Federline will start appearing in print ads as the face of Five Star Vintage clothing next month.
Oscar-winning rappers Three 6 Mafia are set to star in a reality comedy series for MTV called "Adventures in Hollyhood." The show follows the group as they make their way from Memphis to Los Angeles and hits the airwaves next year.
Beyoncé picked up three trophies at U.K.'s MOBO (Music of Black Origin) Awards, including Best International Female, Best Song, and Best Video for "Deja Vu."
|Clay Aiken neither confirmed nor denied rumors that he is gay in an interview with People magazine. "What do you say [to that question]?...People are going to believe what they want," the Idol alum said.
Madonna's Confessions Tour set a record for the all-time highest grossing tour by a female artist, beating the previous record held by Cher.
Meanwhile, NBC is still deciding whether it will permit Madonna to mock-crucify herself during a prime-time concert special in November.
Brad Paisley and Kimberly Williams-Paisley are expecting their first child together in February, Paisley told CMT Tuesday.
The Metropolitan Opera and Sirius Satellite Radio are teaming up to create a new channel that will broadcast four performances a week during the company's 32-week season.
|Justin Timberlake will be the host of the MTV Europe Music Awards in Copenhagen, Denmark on Nov. 2. The Red Hot Chili Peppers lead the field with four nominations; Madonna, Shakira, and Kanye West among the triple nominees.
Ashanti took the stand Monday at a trial to determine how much she owes producer Genard Parker after another jury determined she broke her contract with him. Parker claiming he is owed more than $2 million for helping start the singer's career, but Ashanti's lawyer is claiming the producer is owed no more than $50,000.
A grand jury is deciding whether Hank Williams Jr. will stand trial on misdemeanor assault charges filed after a cocktail waitress claimed the country singer screamed obscenities and choked her.
An entertainment production company has bought the domain name suttonpiercefederline.com, but remains open to offers, should proud parents Britney Spears and Kevin Federline decide baby needs his own Website.
Mariah Carey, the Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nickelback, and the Black Eyed Peas were nominated for three American Music Awards apiece. The winners to be announced in a Nov. 21 ceremony.
Eminem is continuing to revisit divorce proceedings with on-again, off-again wife Kim Mathers behind closed doors Tuesday. Lawyers for the couple said they hoped the split would be settled amicably.
Aaron Carter popped the question to girlfriend Kari Ann Peniche in Las Vegas Sunday, sources told "E! News."
Willie Nelson and four members of his band were issued misdemeanor citations for drug possession during a traffic stop Monday, after police pulled over their tour bus and discovered over a pound of marijuana and several ounces of magic mushrooms on board.
Kevin Federline is offering a free autographed photo of himself to the first 500 people who pre-order his debut album, Playing with Fire, through his online store.
The four original members of R.E.M. reunited for a rare performance Sunday at the band's induction into the Georgia Music Hall of Fame. Other inductees included Dallas Austin, Jermaine Dupri, and the late Felice Bryant.
Taylor Hanson (a.k.a. the middle Hanson) and his wife, Natalie, welcomed their third child, a son, the band announced on its Website.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources