Will.i.am Leaks New Britney Spears Track- New Lady Gaga Video Today- Liz Taylor Heart Failure- Kesha Blows- The King's Censored Speech- Juvenile Arrested- more

The Day in Pop Digest for 2/28/11: (FMQB) The video for Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" will premiere today. The Nick Knight-directed video, which also had some directing assistance from Gaga and choreographer Laurieann Gibson, will make its TV debut at 5 p.m. EST on MTV's The Seven and it will hit the web at 11 a.m. more

(Billboard) Will.i.am has leaked a snippet of another track from Britney Spears' "Femme Fatale" album, "The Big Fat Bass," on his dipdive.com website more

(Yahoo) A spokeswoman for Elizabeth Taylor says the two-time Oscar winner spent her birthday watching the Academy Awards in a Los Angeles hospital room, where she's recovering from treatment for congestive heart failure. more

(BBC) The King's Speech is to be released in the US in a swearing-free version which will open it up to younger audiences, its director Tom Hooper confirms. more

(BBC) Adele holds her reign over the UK charts with Someone Like You staying as number one single and 21 remaining as number one album. more

(Yahoo) A Southern California judge has ordered an independent medical evaluation of ailing Etta James after her son's attorney contended that the "At Last" blues singer could be in "very serious danger" under the care of a live-in doctor. more

(Yahoo) ABC says it will broadcast an interview tomorrow night with Charlie Sheen that was recorded after the incendiary rant that led CBS and Warner Bros. Television to halt production of "Two and a Half Men" for the season. more

(Billboard) The producers of the Broadway of production of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" are considering a sixth delay of the musical's opening night, according to the New York Times. more

(Yahoo) Juvenile was arrested on a drug charge and released from a northern Louisiana jail after posting bond, police said Sunday. He was charged with simple possession of marijuana and driving on a suspended license more

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(Yahoo) Prison officials won't allow music producer and convicted murderer Phil Spector to attend a civil trial in which he is trying to recoup $1 million paid to celebrity attorney Robert Shapiro, a lawyer told a judge on Friday. more

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