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March 03, 2013

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'Modern Family' Cast Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Bowen Stuck in Elevator

March 03, 2013 06:36:11 GMT

Eric Stonestreet, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Julie Bowen had an unforgettable moment during their brief visit to Kansas City where Stonestreet grew up. The "Modern Family" cast was stuck in an elevator for nearly an hour at the Sheraton Kansas City Hotel at Crown Center.

The incident happened Friday, March 1 while they were on their ways to attend a charity event benefitting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Kansas City. At least 12 people including Stonestreet's mother were with them inside the elevator when it broke down on the third floor.
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London Nightclub Explains Justin Bieber's 'Worst Birthday' Claim

March 03, 2013 05:14:47 GMT

London's Cirque du Soir where Justin Bieber celebrated his 19th birthday broke silence after he tweeted "worst birthday." Rumor has it, the singer was furious after his friend Jaden Smith was denied entry due to his young age. A spokesman for the club confirmed they were forced to turn away some of his guests due to age policy.

"We, like all clubs in London, operate a strict age policy," Cirque's representative explained to E! News. "As a few of the members of the party were under the suitable age of 18, the security team at Cirque Du Soir, London, clearly explained this rule and refused entry to the club for anyone who could not provide us with adequate proof of age."
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Michael Jackson Lawsuit Against AEG Live Concerning Dr. Conrad Murray Hiring Goes to Trial

March 03, 2013 04:01:43 GMT

Katherine Jackson is given a chance to prove her claim that AEG Live had negligently hired and supervised Dr. Conrad Murray when he served to care for Michael Jackson's health during the preparation of "This Is It" concert series. A trial is scheduled to start April 2.

The lawsuit was filed in September 2010. Besides accusing the concert promoter of negligence in hiring and supervising the former cardiologist, the mother believes the company was responsible for the doctor's conduct and breached its duty to properly care for the late star.