Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard Together Again?- Michael Jackson Doc's Legal Woes- T-Pain Going Christian Pop- Rihanna Going Idol- Elton Stage Collapse and more

We have a short pop quicks for you today due to April Fools. Here are the top stories we did find. We did our best to weed out the most obvious hoaxes, but a couple might have slipped through. Enjoy!

Singers Clay Aiken and Ruben Studdard, the two contestants who battled for the "American Idol" title in 2003, announced plans on Thursday for a co-headlining summer concert tour, according to Billboard. Then again, it was April Fools Day. We'll wait and see if this is legit. more

Part of the stage being set up for a weekend concert by singer Elton John at Mexico's famed Chichen Itza ruins collapsed during construction, injuring three workers, authorities said Thursday. more

Nevada state medical officials have filed a formal complaint against Michael Jackson's doctor, saying he twice failed to mention delinquent child support payments on applications to renew his medical license. more

Michael Jackson's doctor is "hanging on by a thread" and must be allowed to continue practicing medicine in order to pay for his defense on a manslaughter charge in the pop star's death, the physician's lawyers said in court papers filed Thursday. more

T-Pain has peeled off a bit about his next studio album, saying that it will take a very different direction. The rapper announced in an interview with MySpace Music that his fifth studio album which will be released after "RevolveR" will be a Christian pop album. April Fools? We're not sure on this one either but read on here.

Charlie Sheen is looking at a future without "Two and a Half Men." According to a person close to the actor, Sheen has told friends that wants to leave the hit CBS comedy in which he's starred for seven years. more

Rihanna is paying "American Idol" a visit next week during the result show of Paul McCartney - John Lennon theme. According to EW, the Barbadian singer will sing "Te Amo" instead of "Rude Boy" which she performed at the recent Kids' Choice Awards. more

Sebastian Stan, one of the actors who tested for the title role of Marvel's "Captain America" which ultimately went to Chris Evans, has nabbed the key role of Captain America's sidekick Bucky Barnes. more

Doctors' orders have forced "genuinely ill" British singer Tom Jones to cancel concerts in South Korea and Singapore, where he was supposed to perform this week. more

On the brink of the movie's theatrical release in U.S., Janet Jackson has premiered the music video of "Why Did I Get Married Too?" soundtrack. "Nothing" clip, which is directed by Tim Palen, offers visual effects using glasses walls and relies on close shots of Janet. more

As usual, musicians were all over April Fool's Day when it fell on Thursday. Canadian pop idol Justin Bieber posted a video on comedy website funnyordie.com saying he had purchased it and renamed it Bieberordie.com. more

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