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ELO Cellist Killed by Giant Hay Bale

A giant bale of hay has killed a founding member of the Electric Light Orchestra (ELO) band after it tumbled down a hill and crashed into his van.... Read more
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Michael Douglas diagnosed with throat tumor

Michael Douglas is being treated for a tumor in his throat but is expected to make a full recovery, according to his doctors. "I am very optimistic," Douglas said in a statement that first appeared on People.com.... Read more
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Ronnie from 'Jersey Shore' arrested

MTV's hit reality show "Jersey Shore" adds another arrest to its growing list.... Read more
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Selena Gomez Cancels Shows After Straining Vocal Chords

Selena Gomez has canceled appearances at state fairs in Delaware and Ohio because of strained vocal chords. "I am extremely disappointed to cancel these shows," the Disney teen star said in a statement. "My fans mean the world to me and I was so excited to perform for them."  ... Read more
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Drake Axes European Tour Due To Mother's Illness

Drake  has postponed his entire European tour due to his mother's illness, a representative for the Toronto rapper said. ... Read more
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Jimmy Dean, Country Singer And Sausage Man, Dies

Country music artist Jimmy Dean, who topped the charts in 1961 with the crossover hit "Big Bad John," and later became a sausage entrepreneur, has died, police said on Monday.... Read more
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Dr. Dre Loses Round In Death Row Court Battle

Rapper Dr. Dre has been feuding with Death Row Records since his former record label was bought out of bankruptcy last year. The new entity, WIDEawake Death Row Records, put out a new version of his iconic album "The Chronic," as well as a greatest hits collection, without his permission.... Read more
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Marvin Isley of Isley Brothers Dies at Age 56

Marvin Isley, bass player for the legendary funk band the Isley Brothers, died of undisclosed causes in Chicago on Sunday (June 6) at age 56.... Read more
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Dennis Hopper dead at 74

Dennis Hopper, the one-time Hollywood enfant terrible who portrayed such indelible characters as "Easy Rider's" biker Billy and "Blue Velvet's" and huffing villain Frank Booth, died of prostate cancer Saturday morning at his home in Venice, California, his wife said. He was 74.... Read more
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Gary Coleman dead at 42

Gary Coleman has died. The Diff'rent Strokes star succumbed at 12:05 p.m. (MST) today at Utah Valley Regional Medical Center to a brain hemorrhage suffered at his home Wednesday, a statement from his management firm said. He was 42.... Read more
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