Corey Haim RIP- Juggalo Murderers Are Grown Retards According to ICP- Jennifer Hudson NCAA- Lindsay Lohan Wants $100 million for Milkaholic Baby Ad and more

The New York Times reports that Corey Haim, an actor whose status as a teenage heartthrob of the 1980s gave way to substance abuse and rehabilitation as an adult, died on Wednesday at a hospital in Burbank, Calif. He was 38. The assistant chief coroner of Los Angeles County, Ed Winter, told The Associated Press that Mr. Haim's mother had called paramedics. "As he got out of bed, he felt a little weak and went down to the floor on his knees," Mr. Winter said. more.

Fox News reports: while an investigation is underway to determine the cause of death, the LAPD suspects an accidental drug overdose. According to the coroner, four prescription drug bottles were found in his North Hollywood apartment but there was no sign of illegal drugs. more

Insane Clown Posse were on ABC's Nightline to discuss recent spree of bloody crimes committed by Juggalos (a term used for their fans, but is now actually classified as a gang in some American communities. Go figure.) Spin reports that Shaggy 2 Dope thinks fans who take their lyrics literally are "grown retards," while Violent J takes a more eloquent approach: "We don't encourage anybody," he says. "We have face paint on. We are entertainers. If any of our fans kill somebody, please don't buy any more of our records. Get out of our lives -- you're a sicko." Read more and watch video of the segment here

Lindsay Lohan is suing online share-trading firm E-Trade for allegedly stealing her identity in an advert about a talking baby called Lindsay who's a 'milkaholic'. Heckerspray took the news like this: For claiming that a drunk baby stole her identity, you might assume that Lindsay Lohan has lost her marbles but hear her out. After all, it's not as if she's suing E-Trade for a hopelessly inflated, Dr Evil-style sum of money that would instantly make you question her basic relationship with reality, is it? What? She's suing E-Trade for $100 million? Okaaaay. They go on to argue, "If the baby really was modeled on Lindsay Lohan, then it wouldn't really look like a baby it'd look like a structurally-compromised Terrahawk puppet, have the voice of Dr Claw from Inspector Gadget, chainsmoke and often forget to wear knickers in public. But it didn't. It looked like a baby." more fun including the ad here. Also consider that Lindsay is the #380th most popular name in United States according to this.

Jennifer Hudson will have her "One Shining Moment." The Grammy and Oscar winner will perform the song that plays each year at the end of the CBS broadcast of the NCAA men's basketball championship game. more

Kerli has made public a music video supporting song "Tea Party" she recorded for "Alice in Wonderland". In this video, the Estonian singer is having a party with lots of friends, treating them with cupcakes and tea. What started as a fun gathering then turns into a horrible event as all the guests cry in pain and collapse before turning into mini dolls. more

Black Eyed Peas have announced a summer leg of their North American tour, primarily hitting Canada and the East Coast. more

Lady Antebellum returned to the top of the U.S. pop album chart Wednesday, ending Sade's three-week reign. Lady Antebellum's "Need You Now" sold 126,000 copies during the week ended March 7, according to Nielsen SoundScan more

British newcomer Taio Cruz has broken a seven-year-old record by soaring to No. 1 on Billboard's Hot 100 singles chart in the United States. Cruz's "Break Your Heart," featuring rapper Ludacris, soared 52 places to the top more

Akon is following in the footsteps of Snoop Dogg - he's recording a track for a Bollywood film. Rapper Snoop, real name Calvin Broadus, recorded a song for Indian film "Singh is Kinng" in 2008. more

Phil Collins will be the 2010 recipient of the Johnny Mercer Award at the Songwriters Hall of Fame Annual Awards dinner on Thursday, June 17 at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in New York City. more

Speaking of 80s stars we haven't heard from forever: "The Breakfast Club" star Molly Ringwald has recorded a new jazz album - 36 years after her last release. The 42-year-old actress recorded her debut, "I Wanna Be Loved by You", when she was just six and she completed work on her follow-up on Saturday night, March 6 more

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