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April 30, 2005

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Cruise Admission on His Romance With Holmes

April 30, 2005 04:10:53 GMT

Actor Tom Cruise has openly talked about his romance with Katie Holmes to TV presenter Jon Kelley, who specially flies to Rome, Italy, just to track the new lover down. Being asked about his new girlfriend, Cruise commented "She's an extraordinary woman... I feel really happy. I'm more than enamored."

Declined to speak on how they met and comment on the rumors they fell in love after meeting up to discuss a film project, Cruise said "I'm going to hold on to that one for myself for the time being. I'm just enjoying this now." Furher, the star plans to "hang" with Holmes in Rome for a few days because the former Dawson's Creek star had never been to the Italian city.
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Seinfeld & Wife Hit with a Lawsuit

April 30, 2005 03:56:56 GMT

Funnyman Jerry Seinfeld and his wife Jessica Sklar are facing a lawsuit brought by Tamara Cohen, a real estate broker claims to have had a hand in finessing the couple's house, for which they have spent their $4 million on it. To be more specific, Cohen claims to have helped the Seinfelds close the deal, but they neglected to pay her company the $117,000 commission she believed she was owed.

That's why Cohen suing the couple. Seinfelds, in contrast, hardly deny that Cohen acted as their broker in the sale, though they did offer to compensate her for her time, according to a statement released by their representative.
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Chris Klein Pleads Guilty to DUI Charges

April 30, 2005 03:37:51 GMT

Actor Chris Klein has pleaded guilty to DUI charges stemming from February 5, 2005, case, in which he was caught for driving with a sky-high blood-alcohol level of 0.20 just outside San Diego, more than double the state's legal limit of 0.08. Since the DUI charge was a misdemeanor, the actor was not required to be present in the North County Vista courthouse, but his atorney did.

So, late Friday Klein's lawyer entered a guilty plea on the actor's behalf to one misdemeanor count. To notice, Klein was sentenced to five years' probation, 150 hours of community service, a 90-day license suspension and an $1,800 fine. For the community service, Klein's lawyer indicated that the actor would like to fulfill it at the Red Cross.
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The Game Hit with $280 Million Suit

April 30, 2005 03:06:35 GMT

Rapper the Game has once again involved in crime. The star, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, has been hit with $280 million lawsuit by a cameraman, Kwasi Jones, who claims to suffer a physical and then verbal damage caused by the violance the star did to him.

Jones alleges he was battered, assaulted, grabbed by the neck and so severely choked by the Game and 20 members of the rapper's posse that he lost consciousness just because he wrongly joked about a cellphone earpiece worn by the Game's manager, Jimmie Henchman, during an interview at the Washington, D.C.-based station WKYS on January 21, 2005.
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Matt Damon Engaged???

April 30, 2005 02:56:19 GMT

After a year of romance, actor Matt Damon has reportedly proposed his bartender girlfriend Luciana Barroso. Does he??? Well, a source says "It's very hush-hush." And Damon's spokesperson has no comment on it. Anyway, the couple have recently spotted house-hunting in Barroso's hometown of Miami, Florida, and looking at schools for the beauty's six-year-old daughter Alexa.

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Dave Matthews Band Settles Bus Waste Lawsuit

April 30, 2005 02:39:53 GMT

The Dave Matthews Band, responsible for dumping human waste from a tour bus onto the open deck of an architectural tour boat carrying more than 100 passengers touring the Chicago River, has made an agreement with Attorney General Lisa Madigan to end the case. By means of which, the band has agreed to pay $200,000 to an environmental fund and take measures to avoid a repeat of the incident by recording when and where its tour buses empty septic tanks.

The agreement does not settle several personal-injury lawsuits that also have been filed, since there were no reports that anyone developed infections or diseases. Yet, the band had already donated $50,000 to Friends of the Chicago River and $50,000 to the Chicago Park District.
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Coldplay's Single Scores the U.S. Top 10 Songs

April 30, 2005 02:24:16 GMT

Coldplay's new single titled "Speed of Sound" has scored at No. 8 on Billboard's Hot 100 chart, making it as the first British band since the Beatles to score a single debut in the U.S. top 10 songs on the chart. Apart from the success, as reported by E! News, Coldplay is ready to heat up the 2005 Coachella Valley Music Festival held this weekend as one of its headliners.