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News 12/02/2006

Pete Doherty is due to be sentenced Monday in London on seven drug charges, prosecutors said on Friday. The wait is on to see if he can skirt jail yet again.

Taylor Hicks told "E! News'" Ryan Seacrest that remarks he made about "American Idol" "fizzling out" were taken out of context. "I'm giving up my crown soon. That's what I meant," Hicks clarified.

Kevin Federline is working with "House of Carters" producer Kenneth Crear to develop his own reality series, Us Weekly reports.

Beyoncé is set to headline the Essence Music Festival in New Orleans July 5-7. The festival returning to the Big Easy after being relocated to Houston in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.

News 11/30/2006

Senator Barack Obama sat down with Ludacris Wednesday in Chicago to discuss youth empowerment, the rapper said.

Madonna has accepted a Malawi high court ruling allowing a coalition of human rights groups to monitor her adoption of 14-month-old David Banda without issue, her attorney said. The Material Mom has already insisted she went by the rules in seeking to adopt the child.

Three 6 Mafia has settled a lawsuit filed by a Pittsburgh-area teenager who claimed he was severely beaten at a concert when fans took lyrics to the group's song, "Let's Start a Riot," a bit too seriously. The teen received a financial settlement last month, but the details were kept confidential.

Nick Lachey will become a part owner of the Tacoma Rainiers, the Triple-A affiliate of the Seattle Mariners.

News 11/29/2006

A judge denied a London woman's bid to have a say in the custody dispute between Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe, but left the door open for her to file another claim. Nona Paris Lola Jackson, a self-described "black Jew born in Britain," who refers to herself as "dudu," filed court documents last month, claiming she was the real mother of Jackson's three children and continued to carry on a sexual relationship with him.

Celine Dion has canceled five performances of her Las Vegas show, A New Day, due to a highly contagious respiratory, show producers said, The diva also backing out of a scheduled performance at Monday's Billboard Music Awards.

Pamela Anderson is looking to play nice in her divorce from Kid Rock. In a posting on her official Website, the actor wrote that she would like to resolve the split "amicably...not fueling fires...and with dignity" for the sake of her children. "Bob is great in many ways...we just don't belong together," she added. Meanwhile, GQ dubbed the ex-couple its "Newlyweds of the Year" in its latest issue, which went to the publisher shortly before the split was announced.

Snoop Dogg was arrested Tuesday as he left NBC Studios after performing on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," police said. The rapper was under investigation for illegally possessing a handgun and drugs; he posted $60,000 bail and was released. Snoop is also facing charges in two separate weapons cases: one stemming from a Sept. 27 arrest and one from an Oct. 26 arrest.

A Malawi High Court judge ruled Wednesday that a coalition of human rights groups will have a say in deciding whether Madonna is fit to adopt one-year-old David Banda. Justin Dzonzi, an attorney for the Human Rights Consultative Commission, stressed that the organization is not seeking to block the adoption, but wants to use the case to clarify Malawi's "archaic" adoption laws.

Nickelback, Rascal Flatts, T.I., and Mary J. Blige lead the field with multiple nominations for the 2006 Billboard Music Awards, which will feature the stars of E!'s "Girls Next Door" as official trophy presenters. The awards air Monday on FOX.

The Wiggles lead singer Greg Page announced that he's leaving the hugely popular Australian children's singing group because he's suffering from a debilitating illness called orthostatic intolerance, which will inhibit his movement onstage. "It means that I'll no longer be able to sing and dance as I want to and as a result I've decided to stop performing with The Wiggles," Page said in a video statement.

News 11/28/2006

Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from Kid Rock after less than four months of marriage, citing irreconcilable differences. "Pamela filed for divorce last week. It wasn't a happy Thanksgiving," her rep told "E! News." The actress confirmed the split herself on her official Website: "Divorce. Yes, it's true," she wrote. "Unfortunately impossible." Earlier this month, Anderson confirmed she had suffered a miscarriage. Kid Rock responded with divorce documents of his own Monday, also citing irreconcilable differences. However, while Anderson's documents list the date of the split as Nov. 21, Rock's filing lists it as Nov. 26. Both parties asked the court to stay out of awarding spousal support.

The Rolling Stones' A Bigger Bang tour has surpassed U2's Vertigo tour as the top-grossing trek of all time, with more than $437 million rung up since the fall of 2005.

In her latest post-"Idol" triumph, Jennifer Hudson has signed a contract with Arista Records and will head into the studio next year to begin recording an album with Clive Davis. The former reality contestant debuts in Dreamgirls opposite Beyoncé next month.

Princes William and Harry are reportedly planning a tribute concert to mark the 10th anniversary of their mother, Princess Diana's death, with proceeds going to benefit causes she supported. Per published reports, the princes plan to ask artists including Elton John, Kylie Minogue, and Madonna to participate in the show, which would take place July 1, 2007 at London's Wembley Stadium.

A Linkin Park fan allegedly used a computer in a national laboratory to hack into lead singer Chester Bennington's cell phone account and access numbers he called and digital photos taken with his phone. Investigators said Devon Townsend, 27, also accessed Bennington's wife's email and placed a threatening phone call to her.

Jimmy Buffett reached an out-of-court settlement in his trademark infringement lawsuit against an online retailer Monday. Robert Akard, operator of Website underonehut.com, agreed to stop selling Buffett-themed merchandise after spending a brief stint behind bars.

Rocker Joel Madden and Hilary Duff went their separate ways earlier this month, reportedly because of problems caused by their eight-year age gap. (Duff's 19, Madden's 27.) Madden's rep confirmed the split to "E! News" but declined to discuss further details of the Good Charlotte rocker's personal life.

Barbra Streisand's recent tour has grossed over $92 million and has set venue records in 14 of the 20 locations where she performed, Billboard reports.

Taylor Hicks told Relix magazine he won't watch "American Idol" anymore and only used the show to gain exposure in order to further his career. "'American Idol' for me is fizzling out," Hicks said.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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