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Brittany Murphy's Husband Found Dead- Justin Bieber Booed, Hits Glass Door- Lady Gaga Insecure- Accused Dolla Killer Acquitted- Lost- Shrek Rules Again- more

05/24/2010
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Police say the husband of deceased actress Brittany Murphy has been found dead, according to the Los Angeles Times. Sgt. Louie Lozano of the Los Angeles Police Department tells the paper that screenwriter Simon Monjack was found dead Sunday night at his home in the Hollywood Hills. more

Justin Bieber reportedly got booed when he was announced to take the stage at BBC Radio 1's Big Weekend Music Festival over the weekend. But, the Canadian singer was defended by 30 Seconds to Mars' frontman Jared Leto. "He's a young kid," Leto told BBC. "He'll be able to charm the crowd." more

Justin Bieber walked smack into the glass of an automatic revolving door when trying to exit a German hotel, sending his fans into a blogging frenzy. "Ouch! I just walked into that door ... my forehead hurts ... I walked right into the window," Bieber told a local broadcast team that captured the incident on camera more

Lady Gaga has reportedly fired her security team after an overzealous fan leaped onstage during a show last month. The Poker Face hitmaker was performing in Japan as part of her Monster Ball world tour, but the gig was interrupted when a concertgoer hopped over the security barrier and jumped on stage. more

A jury acquitted a man Friday of killing up-and-coming Atlanta rapper Dolla during a shooting last year at a crowded, upscale Los Angeles mall. AP reports that jurors rejected prosecutors' contentions that the killing of Dolla, whose real name was Roderick Anthony Burton II, was a callous act of apparent revenge. more

An attorney for Marion "Suge" Knight is denying allegations that the former rap mogul pulled a gun on a man in South Los Angeles. Knight was arrested in suburban Gardena on Thursday. Police say his Cadillac Escalade was stopped after a man claimed Knight pointed a gun at him. more

The Lost finale has left the press confused. AP's headline said "'Lost' addresses years of questions in finale" (hereWhile the Reuters crew proclaimed, "Lost' leaves fans with still more questions" here.

Thai film "Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives" won the top honor at the Cannes Film Festival, while Academy Award winners Juliette Binoche and Javier Bardem earned acting honors. more

More than 600 museums nationwide are offering free admission to military families all summer in a new partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts. more

Robin Gibb shocked onlookers at Heathrow Airport in London on Sunday when he allegedly hurled expletives at staff and refused to board a plane bound for Los Angeles over a security issue. Jam! reports, The Bee Gees star was randomly selected for an extra security check and reportedly fumed at British Airways employees before storming out of the pre-check-in. more

Shrek Forever After roared its way to the top of the box office, making $71.3 million in its opening weekend. But the fourth film in the monster franchise from DreamWorks Animation had the weakest debut of all "Shrek" sequels more

A former Survivor producer wanted for questioning in Mexico about his wife's death has returned to the United States, his lawyer said Sunday. Bruce Beresford-Redman returned to Los Angeles County "to be with his children and attend to family and personal matters," attorney Richard Hirsch said in a statement. more

Russell Crowe's Robin Hood braved a generally soft weekend at the foreign box office, narrowly holding on to the No. 1 spot for a second round. more

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