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Jay-Z Sues Red Sox Player David Ortiz Over Dominican 40/40 Club Rapper claims slugger’s Forty-Forty infringes on Jay’s chain of nightclubs.

That explains why, according to The Associated Press, Jay and one of his business partners filed suit on Thursday in Manhattan Federal Court against Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz

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When Taxes Strike Celebs: Method Man, Willie Nelson And Other Victims Jerry Lee Lewis, Chuck Berry and Ron Isley have also suffered the consequences of unpaid taxes.

April 15 is a feared day for many, as it marks the deadline for filing your annual income taxes to the Internal Revenue Service.

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P. Diddy and Vanity

Another club opening, another excuse to party.  Stars like hip hop mogul P. Diddy, Jadkakiss, Rick Ross, Clinton Sparks and Chester French hit Sin City for the Ciroc Star music video shoot and the opening of Hard Rock’s Vanity Nightclub.

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The 52nd Grammy Photos – The Ones That Matter.

So, by now you know who was music to everyone’s ears at the 2010 52nd Annual Grammys. If you don’t, just check any news site or the official Grammy site.

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Lil Wayne, Eminem, Drake, Travis Barker To Play Grammys

Eminem, Drake, Lil Wayne and Travis Barker will team up for a special performance at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. The addition of the rap crew that represents nearly the entire lineup for the remix of Drake’s “Forever” — only awards-show fire starter Kanye West is missing — was announced via the Grammys’ Twitter early Thursday morning. (A spokesperson for the Grammys could not be reached at press time to confirm the addition.)

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Conan O’Brien-Produced Show Picked Up By NBC

Although Conan O’Brien delivered his last monologue for “The Tonight Show” last Friday, it appears that NBC and the late-night host aren’t done with each other just yet. According to the Hollywood Reporter,

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Conference championship games drew huge audiences

The NFL continued to defy 21st century ratings gravity Sunday, drawing audiences for the conference championship games unheard of for any show on television other than the Super Bowl.  The Vikings and Saints averaged an extraordinary 57.9 million viewers, the highest such figure for an NFC Championship Game since “The Catch” by San Francisco‘s Dwight Clark beat the Dallas Cowboys in 1982.

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Exclusive: “From Paris With Love” TV Spot [Video]

From Paris With Love stars everyone’s favorite Scientologist (he’s cuddlier than Cruise) John Travolta as an American spy tearing ass through the City of Lights on the hunt for terrorists. From Pierre Morel (who most recently directed the thoroughly underrated Liam Neeson ass-kick-fest Taken), FPWL promises to be another white knuckle thrill ride. But don’t take our word for it. Check it this exclusive :30 TV spot and then come back and tell us how right we were.

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Super Mario: Jersey Shore Spoof

Let’s be honest for a second: MTV’s Jersey Shore is such an intellect-eroding freakshow that the very idea of a Jersey Shore spoof video probably sounds a bit unnecessary. And really, what comedy writer in their right mind would even attempt to top the real-life, lady-punching antics of the Shore’s orange-skinned antiheroes?

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