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March 31, 2005

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Ed McMahon to Compile Memoir

March 31, 2005 04:33:36 GMT

"Tonight Show" host Johnny Carson's assistant, Ed McMahon, is writing memoir titled "Here's Johnny!." According to McMahon's publisher Rutledge Hill Press, the memoir, which has been blessed by Johnny before he's death, shares a picture of the enigmatic Carson, so cool before the camera, yet genuinely shy and self-effacing.

Detailing on the content of the memoir, the publisher said how McMahon been blessed by Carson's gift early in their partnership that he then outed "Here's Johnny!" which reveals Carson's talent and comedic timing as well as his nervousness, admitting "making it look easy is a hell of a strain." The book is scheduled to come out in October this year.
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Keith and Pals to lead Memorial Thank You concert

March 31, 2005 04:18:33 GMT

Country stars Toby Keith and Vince Gill are among any other celebs to lead the Memorial Thank You concert takes place in Oklahoma on April 22, 2005 to honor those affected by the 1995 bombing of Oklahoma City's Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. The events marking the 10th anniversary of the tragedy will also feature performances by Ty England, Katrina Elam, Byron Berline, and artists from the Centennial Rodeo Opry.

Moreover, start from April 17, the city will be the center of a National Week of Hope, consisting of memorial services, lectures, symposiums and exhibitions honoring "those who were killed, those who survived and those changed forever." Tickets for the concert are $10 and will go on sale Monday April 4, 2005 via the venue's box office and Tickets.com (http://www.tickets.com). Profits of the concert will benefit the Oklahoma City National Memorial, built on the former site of the Federal Building.
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Pregnancy Caused Klum Dropped by German Fashion

March 31, 2005 03:52:25 GMT

German fashion house "Otto" soon dropped supermodel Heidi Klum from a lucrative contract after the bosses heard she's expecting a child with fiance Seal. Klum's father, Guenther Klum claims Otto has used a clause in the contract to cancel the deal when Heidi becomes pregnant.

And so Klum's own fashion line will be available via Otto only until June, after which her partnership with the world's largest mail-order retailer will have finished by the end of 2005. Notwithstanding with the canceled contract, Klum remains the face of numerous promotions in her native Germany, including McDonald's, her Birkenstock shoe collection, and Rosner jeans.
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"The Massacre" Remained No. 1 on the Album Chart

March 31, 2005 03:28:07 GMT

50 Cent's "The Massacre" remained no. 1 on the album chart, selling some 329,000 copies for the week ending Sunday, a succession makes the rapper even hard to be beaten by any other singers. Stayed at no. 2 was the 18th compilation of "Now That's What I Call Music" sold 269,000 copies in its second week of release.

Be at no. 3 was R&B singer Frankie J, whose album "One" sold 130,000 copies. Came after him was Green Day's "American Idiot," which was sold 103,000 copies, and the rock group Queens of the Stone Age, which "Lullabies to Paralyze" sold 97,000 in its first week. To come at no.10 on the album chart was Lifehouse, who sold 62,957 copies of their self-titled debut, while country singer Trace Adkins' "Songs About Me" sold about 100 fewer copies to place 11th.
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O'Connor Recording Reggae Album

March 31, 2005 03:11:10 GMT

Irish pop singer Sinead O'Connor has been in Kingston, Jamaica, since last week working on her reggae album with some of the country's leading musicians. The singer famous for her 1991 hit "Nothing Compares 2 U" has involved drummer, Dunbar and bass player, Robbie Shakespeare to co produce the album.

O'Connor co-producer Sly Dunbar said Wednesday, the album, planned to release this summer by British-based Sanctuary Records, will include covers of some of reggae's most famous protest songs, like Bob Marley's "War," Peter Tosh's "Downpressor Man" and Burning Spear's "Marcus Garvey."
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Master P & Brother Plead Not Guilty

March 31, 2005 02:45:44 GMT

Rapper Master P and brother Vyshonn King Miller pleaded not guilty to a felony charge of carrying unregistered loaded guns after they were stopped by police patrolling University of California on March 27, 2005 because their Chrysler 300 didn't' have license plates.


 
 
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