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August 26, 2005

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Ooops, Vince & Jen Won't Take a Break

August 26, 2005 09:45:29 GMT

"The Break Up" co-stars won't take a break even if for a while, despite the fact that they're no longer playing lovers. At Dwight Yoakam's show at the Chicago House of Blues, where cast and crew celebrated the end of shooting on the romantic comedy, Vince Vaughn and Jennifer Aniston, who have denied an off-camera romance, were seen to have been all over each other.

An onlooker said to see both couldn't keep their hands - or lips - off each other at the Wednesday event. They were said to start by holding hands, then had their "arms around each other. Then they were dancing. Then they were 'I-want-to-rip-your-clothes-off' dancing. Then they were straight making out." Well?!
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Rose on Prickly Case

August 26, 2005 06:10:46 GMT

Former frontman of Guns N' Roses, Axl Rose, faced a lawsuit from his ex-bandmates, Duff McKagan and Slash concerning the royalties of their song's catalog. McKagan and Slash stated that Rose had signed a publishing deal with Sanctuary that included the lucrative back catalog of the band without their consent.

Accusing Rose of fraud, copyright infringement and breach of fiduciary duty, the two men placed the lawsuit in Los Angeles District Court on Wednesday. No comments from Rose himself or his representative so far.
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A Happy Ending for Crowe

August 26, 2005 06:06:52 GMT

The Cinderella man this time truly comes to a happy ending in his real life. According to the statement of his publicist, Russell Crowe has reached a settlement with concierge Nestor Estrada concerning the felonious telephone tantrum incident that occurred at the Mercer Hotel in June.

"Both sides expressed satisfaction at the resolution," the actor's publicist, Robin Baum, told E! Online Thursday. However, no details were revealed about terms of the settlement.
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Wilson Not to Smoke at Concerts

August 26, 2005 05:11:59 GMT

Being considered to violate the 1998 settlement between states and tobacco companies forbidding tobacco ads targeting young people, Gretchen Wilson was requested by the state attorney general to stop "glamorizing" the use of smokeless tobacco at her concerts. The country singer previously was clearly seen pulling a can of Skoal from her pocket while performing her new song, "Skoal Ring."

"Many young people attend your concerts and purchase your music and T-shirts," Attorney General Paul Summers wrote in his letter sent to Wilson Thursday. "Because your actions strongly influence the youth in your audience ... I ask you to take steps to warn young people of negative health effects of smokeless tobacco use."
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Pearl Jam's Store to Open

August 26, 2005 04:51:23 GMT

Fans of Pearl Jam should be very delightful as the band set to launch its own digital download store via its official Web site, http://www.pearljam.com, on September 1. Developed by Basecamp Productions, this store will provide the full contents of the group's fall tour concerts for $9.99 as 192K MP3s.

The plan to carry out this idea has been floating around the Pearl Jam camp for several years. "The thing we were looking for was a really good way to manage the thing. That's where Basecamp came in. They developed a killer application I'm really confident the fans are going to love," so said Tim Bierman, manager of Pearl Jam's Ten Club fan organization, optimistically.
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Bice Out of Hospital

August 26, 2005 04:51:21 GMT

Successfully getting through his surgery, Bo Bice finally is allowed to check out from Desert Springs Hospital Medical Center in Las Vegas. The American Idol finalist is going to rest for about six weeks in the process of recovering.

"He's in an undisclosed place for more R&R," said his minister, Donny Acton, who is the pastor of New Hope Cumberland Presbyterian Church. "It's pretty serious stuff, and you can still get an infection."
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The Star Won't Strike

August 26, 2005 04:46:30 GMT

Finding her second novel to be a little non-fictional, Pamela Anderson finally concluded to delay the release of "Star Struck." It appears to her that the storyline of the follow-up to last year's surprise hit, " Star," was too close to her own real life.

"I decided I needed to fictionalize it more, maybe kill a few people, throw in a little of this and a little of that. It just started feeling a bit too familiar to me," she explained.
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Green Day Tops the Honors

August 26, 2005 02:54:03 GMT

More awards fell to Green Day's hands as the group won the categories of The Best Band on the Planet and Best Live Act at the Kerrang! Music Awards on Thursday. Held at The Brewery in East London, the Britain-based annual event also granted the Annual Icon Award for "A Notoriety That Has Spread All over the Globe" to rocker Marilyn Manson. Meanwhile, Killing Joke earned the Lifetime Achievement Award while Iron Maiden took the honor to be inducted into the Kerrang! Hall of Fame.


 
 
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