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WOMAN ARRESTED AT JUSTIN BIEBER'S RENTED HOUSE
ATLANTA (AP) — A woman is accused of breaking into a house Justin Bieber was renting and falling asleep in his bed. Police in suburban Atlanta say the 23-year-old woman (Qianying Zhao) was found at the home yesterday. Bieber is renting the house from music producer Dallas Austin. She told police she was Bieber's friend and came to the house to attend Bieber's birthday party. She told police the door was not locked. Police say Bieber's party was earlier in the week at another location. No one was home at the time. Investigators believe she's not a friend but a fan who follows Bieber on Twitter. She faces a charge of criminal trespass.
LIL BOOSIE IS OUT OF PRISON
ANGOLA, La. (AP) — Rapper Lil' Boosie is out of prison. Boosie was released this morning from the Louisiana State Penitentiary at Angola. He served about five years on an eight-year sentence for drug charges. Warden Burl Cain says Boosie would have been released earlier except he kept violating prison rules. Cain says Boosie has completed a substance abuse program and a religion-based program, as well as earned his GED certificate.
NOMINEES ANNOUNCED FOR MTV MOVIE AWARDS
NEW YORK (AP) — Who had the best movie fight: the Orc fight in "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug," the mutant monkeys fight in "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" or pretty much everyone who starred in "Anchorman 2"? "Best fight" is one the categories for the MTV Movie Awards. The "best shirtless performance" nominees are four guys and Jennifer Aniston, for her work in "We're The Millers." Movie of the year contenders are "The Hobbit," ''Catching Fire," ''American Hustle," ''12 Years A Slave" and "The Wolf of Wall Street." Voting is open now at MTV.com. The MTV Movie Awards will be April 13.
''MR. PEABODY AND SHERMAN" HAD A DIFFERENT PEABODY IN MIND
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ty Burrell was not the first choice to be the voice of Mr. Peabody for the new film "Mr. Peabody and Sherman." Director Rob Minkoff says he originally wanted Robert Downey Junior but Downey couldn't do it because of his work on "The Avengers." Ty Burrell got the part instead, and Burrell knows it's all because of "Modern Family." Burrell says he tried unsuccessfully to get voiceover work for a long time. He says he wishes he could say he landed the role because of his skill but he knows it's because he was lucky enough to be on a hit TV show. "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" opens tomorrow.
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Ty Burrell says he owes his role in "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" to his work on "Modern Family."
<<CUT *011 (03/06/14)>> 00:08 "that has legs"
Ty Burrell says his "Modern Family" bounce landed him the gig in "Mr. Peabody and Sherman."
<<CUT *012 (03/06/14)>> 00:10 "remember it distinctly"
Allison Janney says she recalls — sort of — watching Mr. Peabody, Sherman and their cartoon buds as a kid.
<<CUT *013 (03/06/14)>> 00:10 "dog lover, too"
Allison Janney says the premise of "Mr. Peabody and Sherman" has always intrigued her.
''AMERICAN IDOL" WILL GO FROM 12 TO 11 TONIGHT
LOS ANGELES (AP) — In Keith Urban's opinion, Emily Piriz, Majesty Rose and Sam Woolf will be back next week on "American Idol." It's not so obvious who will go home tonight. On last night's show, the judges kept telling contestants they were good but they needed to do breakout performances. Tonight's show will feature Season 11 winner Phillip Phillips singing his new single, "Raging Fire." Irish rock band Kodaline will also perform.
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Emily Piriz performing "Let's Get Loud" during broadcast. COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
<<CUT *002 (03/06/14)>> 00:06 "out there watching (applause fades)"
Jennifer Lopez gives her reaction to Emily Piriz covering her song, "Let's Get Loud." COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
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Malaya Watson performing "Take Me To The King" during broadcast. COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
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Keith Urban tells Malaya Watson he thoroughly enjoyed her rendition of "Take Me To The King." COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
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Caleb Johnson performing "Working Man" during broadcast. COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
<<CUT *006 (03/06/14)>> 00:15 "push it forward"
Harry Connick Junior
Harry Connick Junior tells Caleb Johnson he walks a fine line between consistent and predictable. Courtesy: COURTESY: Fox ((mandatory on-air credit))
WINES OFFERED BASED ON TV SHOWS
UNDATED (AP) — Given how picky Mr. Carson is about the wine served at dinner on "Downton Abbey," it makes sense that the show would offer viewers official "Downton Abbey" wines. The company Wines That Rock offers a white and a red made by a winery in Bordeaux, France. They sell for about $17 each. If you're more of a "Duck Dynasty" fan, you can get Duck Commander wines from the Trinchero Family Estates in California's Napa Valley. They sell for about $10 each. "Star Trek" wines are made in California's Sonoma Valley and are named for episodes: Trouble with Tribbles, Mirror, Mirror and City on the Edge of Forever. They sell for about $25. More of a beer fan? You can get "Game of Thrones" Take The Black stout or Fire And Blood red ale from Brewery Ommegang in New York.
LEAH REMINI GETS REALITY SHOW
LOS ANGELES (AP) — The world will soon be able to follow the antics of Leah Remini and her family. TLC has signed her up for a reality show that will feature Remini, her husband and her 9-year-old daughter. The show is promising a lot of interesting side characters. Remini's mother is described as "opinionated," her stepfather as "eccentric," her British nanny as "brash" and the housekeeper as "wisecracking." Her sister and brother-in-law talk to each other in a secret coded language. The show comes after Remini made a public break from the Church of Scientology. Remini's reality show will premiere this summer.
QUEEN AND ADAM LAMBERT WILL TOUR
NEW YORK (AP) — Queen will hit the concert circuit with Adam Lambert on vocals. Queen and Lambert will launch a tour June 19 in Chicago. Lambert first performed with Queen in 2009 during his run on "American Idol." They hit it off and Lambert has performed with the band several times since then.
by Margie Szaroleta