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After making protest against Sarah Palin's new TV special since it uses his old interview to promote it, LL Cool J has now had his appearance in the ad cut.
Alicia Keys, Estelle, LL Cool J, Monica and Ruben Studdard are also booked for the music festival to be held in New Orleans.
Following the footsteps of Kris Allen and Allison Iraheta, Adam fills his mini concert with performances of five songs from 'For Your Entertainment'.
In the action thriller, a splinter group of Roman soldiers fight for their lives behind enemy lines after their legion is decimated in a devastating guerrilla attack.
The new photos from the film's set in Swinley Forest in Bracknell, Europe show a structure which is believed to be part of Hogwarts castle, but none of the cast is seen.
The 'Green Lantern' actor is to front two new fragrances by the high fashion line that 'insipires' him as a man.
Nicole Scherzinger and Jennifer Hudson back up Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne shows off his singing skill, T-Pain brings the Auto-Tune and the rappers come together for the rapping part.
The video for 'We Are the World' remix which opening line will be sung by Justin Bieber is going to be premiered next week.
The music video directed by Chris Robinson witnesses Noemie Lenoir playing Usher's leading lady.
With Mo-Mo no longer in the picture, Thor takes over the role of Jackie's sharing buddy in the chapel.
They are scheduled to sing a rendition of Simon and Garfunkel's classic song at the awards event which will be held at the end of this month.
No longer a full 22-episode, the fourth and final season will be given a conclusion which is 'satisfying' for its fans.
California Highway Patrol pulled him over when noticing his Ford F-150 truck going more than 90 mph on the freeway near Santa Monica Boulevard and hardly staying in one lane.
Mariah Carey is all wet in the 'Angels Cry' video, but keeps it dry inside the box of Barbie doll in the Nicki Minaj-featuring video.
Take a short glimpse at the 3-D film which was originally created for the late King of Pop's This Is It concert and is scheduled to be unveiled at 2010 Grammy Awards.