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March 19, 2005

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Swank's Fruit Fine Settled

March 19, 2005 04:30:27 GMT

Actress Hilary Swank will in short time received the letter, a New Zealand court sent her on March 18, 2005 ruled on her plea of a $150 fine for bringing an apple and an orange into the country. A court reviewed Swank's case in private after she wrote a letter defending her actions and appealing the fine. It wasn't revealed if the appeal was successful.
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Demi Moore Distracts Pregnant Issue

March 19, 2005 04:10:05 GMT

Actress Demi Moore prefers to not commenting on the lively issues saying she's pregnant. Her publicist Stephen Huvane, in addition, issues "Having another child is something Demi would like to do, but she cannot at this time say she is pregnant."
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Molly Shannon Delivers Second Child

March 19, 2005 03:49:47 GMT

Molly Shannon, best known for her SNL stint in the late '90s, has delivered her second child with artist husband Fritz Chestnut on Tuesday March 25, 2005 in New York. Nolan Shannon Chestnut is the name of the baby born scales at 8 pounds, 1 ounce. Before that, the couple have had an 18-month old daughter named Stella.
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Heidi Klum Expecting Second Child

March 19, 2005 03:32:41 GMT

German supermodel Heidi Klum is expecting her second child with British singer fiance Seal, whom she engaged with last year. The second child will be her first one with Seal, before which she has had the now 10-month-old daughter Leni with Italian racing boss Flavio Briatore.
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Dylan's "Chronicles, Vol. 1"

March 19, 2005 03:14:37 GMT

Bob Dylan's memoir dubbed "Chronicles, Vol. 1" is one among the National Book Critics Circle Award nominees for biography/autobiography category, which include Ron Chernow's biography of Alexander Hamilton and Stephen Greenblatt's biography of Shakespeare "Will in the World." Also listed as the nominees for the same category are John Guy's "Queen of Scots: The True Life of Mary Stuart" and "De Kooning: An American Master" by Mark Stevens and Annalyn Swan.
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Abdul in Hit and Run

March 19, 2005 02:51:42 GMT

Paula Abdul has just reported to have been caught in a hit and run. The American Idol jury's Mercedes-Benz was traced back to a traffic accident happened last December, when the car driver apparently failed to look before changing lanes and hit another car on the 101 Freeway in the San Fernando Valley.
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P. Diddy Legal Dispute with Columbia Pictures

March 19, 2005 02:33:09 GMT

Rapper Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs faces a $1.6 million lawsuit filed by Columbia Pictures, the studio behind the Will Smith and Martin Lawrence movie, for not fulfilling the agreement they signed over the Bad Boy film's soundtrack, which includes such hits as "Shake Ya Tail Feather." Previously, Columbia Pictures teamed up with Combs' Bad Boy Entertainment to produce the film soundtrack, in which Bad Boy had agreed to share a certain percentage of costs and profits. Yet, the suit mentions Combs' company has not held up its end of the bargain.
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Lohan Injured on Film Set

March 19, 2005 02:24:09 GMT

Actress and singer Lindsay Lohan had unexpectedly stop fimling her latest not yet titled movie after she twisted her ankle on Tuesday film set in New York.