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News 12/16/2006

Atlantic Records founder Ahmet Ertegun passed away Thursday in New York as a result of a brain injury he suffered Oct. 29 when he fell backstage before a Rolling Stones concert. He was 83.

The chauffeur charged with trying to extort $2 million from Yoko Ono is cooling his heels in jail while the Manhattan D.A.'s office determines whether the cashier's checks his friends are trying to post for his $250,000 bail were legally obtained. Prosecutors have 72 hours to investigate.

Axl Rose posted an open letter to Guns N' Roses' official Website, claiming that Chinese Democracy will be released on March 6.

Former Phish frontman Trey Anastasio was arrested in New York Friday for driving while intoxicated and possessing prescription medications belonging to someone else.

The Velvet Underground's 40-year-old first recording is back up for auction on eBay after the previous auction ended with a phony bid of more than $155,000.

President Bush awarded B.B. King and nine others the Presidential Medal of Freedom, the nation's highest civilian honor.

Sara Evans will put her dancing shoes back on and join the "Dancing with the Stars" road tour for the Jan. 21 performance in Nashville. The country singer abruptly dropped out of the reality show in October, at the same time she filed for divorce from her husband, Craig Schelske.

The Recording Academy have launched "My Grammy Moment," a contest where unsigned artists can audition for the chance to perform with Justin Timberlake at the Grammys on Feb. 11.

News 12/12/2006

Princes William and Harry have confirmed they will mark the 10th anniversary of Princess Diana's death with a pop concert at London's Wembley Stadium on July 1. Artists scheduled to perform include Elton John, Duran Duran, Joss Stone, Pharrell Williams, and Bryan Ferry. In tribute to Diana's love for theater and dance, Andrew Lloyd Webber will perform a medley of songs from his shows, and the English National Ballet will appear. Tickets to the concert sold out in minutes Wednesday, a spokeswoman for Princes William and Harry said. More tickets to the event may go on sale at a later date. Meanwhile, a new British police report has found that Princess Diana's driver was drunk at the time of the car crash that killed her and Dodi Al Fayed, and that the U.S. Secret Service was bugging her calls for an undetermined reason.

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge has dismissed three cases against Courtney Love...one for misdemeanor assault and two for drug possession...after finding she had successfully completed drug rehab. The ruling ends Love's probation more than one year early.

Prince is set to be the star performer for the Pepsi Super Bowl XLI Halftime Show, airing live on CBS Feb. 4 from Miami's Dolphin Stadium.

Pete Doherty was among those questioned by police after attending a party in London Dec. 3 at which a man fell to his death. The man's family questioned why Doherty and others left the scene before authorities arrived; police stated they do not consider Doherty a suspect and believe the man fell from a balcony.

Foxy Brown was summoned to Manhattan Criminal Court Monday after being accused of violating her probation in her nail salon assault case. The rapper denied that she violated her probation and is claiming she was being targeted because of her fame.

Prosecutors have filed a weapons charge against Busta Rhymes in Manhattan Criminal Court Monday, stemming from the discovery of a machete in his SUV in August after the rapper was arrested for allegedly roughing up a man who spat on his ride.

Doors drummer John Densmore has filed for divorce from his wife of 16 years, documentary filmmaker Leslie Neale, citing irreconcilable differences.

Shakira and Gabriel Garcia Marquez teamed up on Tuesday to launch the Latin America in Solidarity Action...a foundation dedicated to fighting child poverty in Latin America, which kills 350,000 children in the region each year.

Stella McCartney, celebrity fashion designer and daughter of Sir Paul, welcomed her second child Tuesday in London, a daughter named Bailey Linda Olwyn Willis. She and her husband, former magazine publisher Alasdhair Willis, also have a 22-month-old son, Miller. McCartney's mum was Linda McCartney, who died of breast cancer in 1998.

Evel Knievel is suing Kanye West, claiming the rapper ripped off his signature look in the video for "Touch the Sky," in which a red, white, and blue jumpsuit-clad West, using the handle "Evel Kanyevel," attempts (and fails) to ride a rocket over a gorge, the Smoking Gun reports.

Jada Pinkett Smith donated $1 million to her high school alma mater, the Baltimore School for the Arts, in memory of her classmate Tupac Shakur, who was murdered in 1996.

Rolling Stone has named Bob Dylan's Modern Times the Best Album of 2006 and Gnarls Barkley's "Crazy" the Best Single.

All news gathered from E! Online and other sources

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