Glee Madonna CD No 1- Osmond Suicide- Clarkson Responds To Cig Ad- New Looney Tunes- B.o.B Bumps Rihanna- Xtina Denies Gaga Ripoff- Spock Retires and more

The cast of Glee could earn their first No. 1 on the U.S. pop album chart next week with "The Power of Madonna" soundtrack. The companion album from the show's same-named episode, which aired Tuesday, has a shot at selling in the range of 100,000 to 125,000 copies by week's end on May 1 more

Justin Bieber led the U.S. album chart for a third non-consecutive week Wednesday, while rock duo MGMT's second album debuted at No. 2. more

Coroner's officials say the death of Marie Osmond's son has been ruled a suicide and that drugs or alcohol didn't play a role in the teen's fall from a balcony. more

B.o.B will bounce Rihanna from the top slot of the Hot 100 singles chart to be released on Thursday. B.o.B's "Nothin' On You," featuring Bruno Mars, will rise one place to No. 1 more

Christina Aguilera answers Akon's claim that she copied Lady GaGa. In an interview with Atlanta's Star 94 FM as part of her "Bionic" promotion, she sets the record straight, saying "No rip-offs, we're all inspired by different things." "I was inspired ... by artists that came before me. ..." But she had nice things to say about new artists more

The former partner of rapper Guru has bid a gracious goodbye to his one-time Gang Starr sidekick, despite a deathbed letter from Guru that dismissed their friendship. AP reports that producer DJ Premier issued a farewell statement Wednesday, following Guru's posthumous online proclamation more

Kelly Clarkson said Thursday she was not aware her Indonesian concert was sponsored by a tobacco company and refused to cancel the show despite appeals from anti-smoking groups. She said her "only option" was cancel the show, but she could not justify "penalizing my fans for someone else's oversight". more

Time finally ran out for "American Idol" contestant Tim Urban on Wednesday as Elton John, Alicia Keys, Carrie Underwood and The Black Eyed Peas all took to the stage for a fund-raising special benefiting children's, hunger and health charities. more

Cartoon Network said Wednesday during its "upfront" presentation to advertisers that it is launching a new version of Warner Bros.' classic "Looney Tunes" series starring Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck. more

The fourth and final movie of the animated "Shrek" series opened the Tribeca film festival on Wednesday night, but this time in 3D, marking the festival's shift from independent fare to more commercial movies. more

Lil Wayne is currently serving a year-long sentence at New York's Rikers Island prison after pleading guilty to gun possession charges. But Wayne, real name Dwayne Carter Jr., is facing more legal problems after Jim Jonsin, who co-wrote the star's Grammy-winning "Lollipop", filed a lawsuit alleging he has yet to receive any royalty payments for his work on the hit single. more

Rufus Wainwright has banned fans from applauding him on his current U.K. tour. The singer is currently playing concerts around Britain, but he's requested audience members refrain from clapping during the first half of his show. more

The range of characters that Leonard Nimoy has played in his time is staggering there was Spock in Star Trek, and Spock in the Star Trek movies, now Leonard Nimoy has decided to retire from acting... more

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