Lady Gaga Songs Stolen- New Britney Album- Suge Arrested- Limewire Closing- Black Eyed Peas Flop- Justin Bieber Cancels Following Tragedy- Roman Polanski- Pink- Fiddy Jacko- more

The Day in Pop Digest for 12/6/10: (Billboard) German police are investigating two hackers who allegedly stole songs from Lady Gaga, Justin Timberlake, Kesha and Kelly Clarkson, selling them online and forcing the advanced release of several singles. more

Britney Spears revealed via Twitter that her next album will come out in March of 2011. more

(Yahoo) Authorities say rap mogul Marion "Suge" Knight was arrested on an outstanding traffic warrant early Saturday as he left a restaurant near Universal Studios outside Los Angeles. more

(Yahoo) LimeWire -- one of the world's biggest outlets for people to share music, movies and TV shows free of charge over the Internet -- said it would be shutting down by the end of the year and closing its sole office in New York. more

(Billboard) Disappointing sales for the new Black Eyed Peas album mean that Susan Boyle will likely return to the top spot on the U.S. pop album chart next Wednesday. more

(ASB) On Saturday, December 4, the live airing of German TV show "Wetten Dass" was marred with a terrible accident. A contestant named Samuel Koch injured himself when trying to jump over cars on the stage. In respect of the accident, Justin Bieber who was scheduled to sing on that day pulled out his performance. more

(BBC) Roman Polanski's thriller The Ghost Writer wins six prizes at the European Film Awards and the director appears via internet video link more

(BBC) Former X Factor contestant Stacey Solomon has been crowned "queen of the jungle" in ITV1 reality show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! more

(Billboard) Pink scored her third No. 1 hit on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart Thursday after "Raise Your Glass" rose one place to the top more

(Hollywood Reporter) "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1" claimed the No. 1 spot at overseas box offices for the third straight weekend with $54.4 million to stay ahead of animated movie "Tangled." more.

(ASB) Speaking of three-peats: Take That continue to dominate the U.K. album chart - "Progress" has remained in the top spot for the third consecutive week. more

(ASB) 50 Cent is one of the three featured guests in Michael Jackson's upcoming posthumous album which is due in the U.S. on December 14. The rapper joins forces with Michael in a track called "Monster", and he calls the collaboration as the 2010 version of MJ's iconic "Thriller". more

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