Chris Brown Sorry for Beating Rihanna- Bidding War for Michael Jackson Rehearsal Film- Madonna Visits Stage Collapse Victims- Adam Lambert Fusion and more

(Day in Pop) Chris Brown on Monday publicly apologized for the beating of Rihanna, saying in a two-minute video that he's still seeking help and wants to live his life as a role model. Brown released the video on his Web site apologizing to fans and saying he is sad and ashamed of his conduct. He also tells viewers that he has repeatedly apologized to Rihanna.more

Sony Corp.'s movie studio has bid $50 million to acquire the worldwide distribution rights to a film based on rehearsal footage for Michael Jackson's "This Is It" comeback concert series, according to a person familiar with the bid. The person said Monday that the bid came after several studios, including Paramount, Universal and 20th Century Fox, were shown footage starting early last week. more

Madonna has visited some of the eight workers who were injured in an accident in which two more were killed while assembling a music stage for the singer in the French port of Marseilles.more

While on the American Idols Live tour, Adam Lambert told MTV News that his upcoming album is going to be "a fusion thing." "It's kind of taking the best parts of music from the '70s, like the classic-rock era, and trying to somehow fuse it with modern, dancier, electronic production," Lambert explained. more

Susan Boyle, a singer who became a global star with a show-stopping performance on "Britain's Got Talent," has said in a television interview that her sudden fame was like a "demolition ball."more

LCD Soundsystem are set to release a new collection of remixes based around their '45:33' mini-album this summer. The remixes will be issued on a series of 12-inch vinyl singles, while all of them will be collected together for a full expanded version of the album, which is out on September 14. more

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