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Ken Evans at Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City
While purchasing a cheeseburger, I became the luckiest girl in GR. A tour manager for Maroon 5 approached me and upgraded me to the front row. Yes, I felt Adam Levine's sweat, and I'm going to keep the confetti in my hair for as long as possible. -Hughet
Kim Kardashian Is Worried That Lamar Odom Is Tarnishing Her Brand
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Kim Kardashian is pressuring her sister Khloe to dump her husband Lamar Odom not because he's running away to crack houses and allegedly cheating on his wife... but because he's bad for business.
Yeah... this is coming from the girl who built her fame off a sex tape. Regardless, as RadarOnline.com reports, one source says, "Kim just lit into her [Khloe] about how much Lamar was hurting their bottom line and creating so much negative publicity."
The source adds, "The headlines surrounding Lamar's womanizing and drug addiction are tacky according to Kim, and she doesn't want to be associated with it."
D.A. Rejects Speeding And Spitting Cases Against Justin Bieber
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Most of us want to see Justin Bieber get in trouble for something. He's been acting like a little brat lately, and it seems a little discipline would do him some good. Unfortunately, that discipline isn't coming any time soon...
TMZ reports that the L.A. County District Attorney just rejected two cases against Mr. Bieber -- the case in which he allegedly spit in a man's face and the case in which he allegedly sped recklessly through his neighborhood. These are both cases that everyone thought the Biebs would face ramifications for, but no... rejected, ignored!
TMZ tells us that the spitting victim even saved Bieber's loogie as proof, but that wasn't enough for the prosecution. The D.A. said it came down to one guy's word against another.
And with that, the spitting, speeding, and peeing in mop buckets will continue...
AEG Is NOT Liable In Michael Jackson's Death
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After a five-month trial, the Michael Jackson wrongful death case has come to a close.
Yesterday, as Us Weekly reports, the jury ruled that AEG was NOT liable for Michael's death, and therefore didn't owe the Jackson family millions of dollars in compensation.
The jury found that even though AEG hired Dr. Conrad Murray, they decided Murray was "competent."
The Jackson family argued that AEG was pushing Michael into doing the "This Is It" tour and had hired Dr. Murray to get him through it, even though he was not equipped to treat Michael.