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|French authorities seized more than 100 tabs of ecstasy from Jimmy Buffett's luggage earlier this week after customs officials at St. Tropez's airport spotted the pills, per French media reports. Buffett was detained, though not arrested, and fined roughly $380.
A private jet company has filed suit
against Jennifer Lopez, claiming the star failed to pony up $35,000 for two chartered flights. The suit names Marco Muniz...the real name of husband Marc Anthony...and Jennifer Muniz...a.k.a. Lopez...as the two lead passengers on board.
Gwen Stefani is "hard at work" on a follow-up to Love.Angel.Music.Baby., according to her Website, with a new album expected out by the end of the year.
Shakira will donate the proceeds from a Nov. 15 concert in Bogota to build an arts school for more than 1,800 kids who were forced to flee their homes as a result of Colombia's civil war.
|A private aircraft company is suing Jennifer Lopez for allegedly not making good on a $34,241 bill for two flights she chartered earlier this year.
Jon Bon Jovi has teamed up with Habitat for Humanity and the Saturn auto company to launch the Phase V Homeownership Project in Philadelphia, a plan to
renovate 15 row homes on the city's north side. "We can make a difference," the singer announced alongside Bill Clinton at the Liberty Medal ceremony in Philly.
Rapper Cassidy suffered a fractured skull and several broken bones after being involved in a car crash Wednesday night. Per MTV News, the rapper's SUV was struck by a truck after swerving into oncoming traffic. He's currently listed in critical condition at a New Jersey hospital.
Henry "Love" Vaughn, a man who describes himself as a "mentor and guide" to R. Kelly, has filed suit against the R&B man, alleging the singer reneged on a payment for a song idea and that Kelly and members of his entourage attacked him and kept him in a basement.
Keith Richards told Rolling Stone, appropriately enough, about his coming out on the losing end of a rumble with some foliage last April, claiming he was simply sitting on a tree stump when he banged his head, not climbing up a palm tree, writing off the whole incident as "embarrassing, really."
Jeff Borer, the former owner of a private jet company, was sentenced to six months home detention Wednesday for secretly videotaping Michael Jackson and his attorney when the duo flew to California to surrender in his 2003 child-molestation investigation. Borer will also serve three years probation and pay a $10,000 fine.
Travis Barker, former Blink-182 drummer, broke his arm while shooting the video for his new band, (+44)'s, debut single, "When Your Heart Stops Beating." Barker is expected to recover in eight weeks.
|Madonna's longtime publicist Liz Rosenberg denied to Us Weekly the reports that the singer adopted a one-year-old boy in Malawi this morning.
Barbra Streisand is kicking off a 20-date, 16-city tour tonight, nearly six years after announcing she would never perform live again.
Former Kinks frontman Ray Davies was honored with BMI's Icon Award in London for his enduring influence on the music world.
An auction featuring hundreds of personal items belonging to Cher kicked off in Los Angeles Tuesday, with Bob Mackie dresses, portable record players, sketches, and boots belonging to Sonny Bono all among the hawked memorabilia.
|Elton John has teamed up with Bath & Body Works to launch his own line of candles and home fragrance products for the store, dubbed the Fireside Collection. Proceeds will benefit the Elton John AIDS Foundation.
Weezer has filed suit against the Miller Brewing Company, alleging the ale makers
unlawfully used their name in a string of print ads in 2004 that were "grossly misleading and deceptive" and that the group suffered millions in damages as a result.
Joseph Yacteen, the man who shot and wounded "Walking in Memphis" singer Marc Cohn during a 2005 carjacking, was sentenced to 36 years in prison after pleading guilty to attempted first-degree murder.
Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band will embark on their first concert tour in more than 10 years in Grand Rapids, Michigan, Nov. 8.
James Taylor was honored by his alma mater, the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Sunday, receiving the 2006 Carolina Performing Arts Lifetime Achievement Award.
U.S. District Court has dismissed copyright infringement lawsuit brought against Beyoncé Knowles, Jay-Z, Sean Paul, and their fellow creative types behind the hit single "Baby Boy." Singer-songwriter Jennifer Armour had claimed that the crew ripped off her song "Got a Little Bit of Love for You," which she supposedly submitted to Mathew Knowles on a
demo tape in 2003. The court ruled that the songs were "substantially dissimilar."
George Michael was arrested and released with a warning in London early Sunday, after cops found the aging pop star slumped at the wheel of his car and in possession of cannabis.
A Massachusetts judge has issued an arrest warrant for Bobby Brown after the singer failed to show up at a hearing over delinquent child support payments. Kim Ward, the mother of two of Brown's children, is seeking $11,000 in back payments.
A 29-year-old woman was struck on the head with a metal folding chair and taken to a hospital for lacerations, after a fight broke out between DMX's entourage and several concertgoers at the rapper's New York show Saturday. The fracas reportedly kicked off when the sound cut out mid-performance.
"American Idol" third place finisher Elliott Yamin is recovering from surgery on his left pinky finger, after breaking it while engaging in Virginia's answer to cow-tipping. Per People, the singer broke his finger when it got "caught on a rod holding down a rock" which he was trying to throw at a street sign.
Former KISS guitarist Vinnie Vincent lost his Supreme Court appeal claiming he's owed royalties from his former bandmates for his contributions to the 1983 album Lick it Up.
Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello was arrested last Thursday while rallying at a protest in support of hotel workers' rights in Los Angeles. The rocker was charged with unlawful assembly and released on $5,000 bail the following morning.
Isaac Hanson, the eldest brother from Hanson, tied the knot in Oklahoma over the weekend to longtime girlfriend Nicole Dufresne, per People.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources