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Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj Shine at MTV Awards in Scotland

Pop stars Ariana Grande and Nicki Minaj sparkled at the MTV Europe Music Awards on Sunday, held in the Scottish city of Glasgow for the first time.

After opening the show with a thumping performance dressed in a futuristic silver leotard, Grande won best female artist and best song for her hit "Problem".

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Take That to Tour as Trio

Take That announced Friday they will tour as a trio for the first time next year, with Jason Orange having quit the British pop group and Robbie Williams not participating.

The remaining members Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald will perform 24 concerts in eight arenas in Britain and Ireland, starting in Glasgow on April 28.

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U.S. Comic Seinfeld Says on Autism Spectrum

Veteran U.S. comedian Jerry Seinfeld says he thinks he is on the autism spectrum, describing it as an "alternate mindset."

"I think, on a very drawn-out scale, I think I'm on the spectrum," Seinfeld told NBC's "Nightly News" late Thursday.

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CIA Tweets 'Argo' Errors on Iran Crisis Anniversary

The CIA on Friday good naturedly highlighted the inaccuracies in Oscar-winning Iran hostage drama "Argo," in a series of tweets to mark the anniversary of the 1979 crisis.

The 2012 film tells the story of a bold Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) operation to rescue six US diplomats trapped in the Canadian ambassador's residence in Tehran.

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Tentative Deal to End Atlanta Symphony Lockout

Musicians at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra have reached a tentative deal with management to end a two-month lockout in the latest labor disputes in the U.S. classical music world, mediators said Friday.

Performances in the southern U.S. metropolis have been canceled since September as management of the loss-incurring orchestra pushes the players' union to accept further reductions of jobs, two years after an earlier round of belt-tightening.

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Robin Williams Committed Suicide, No Drugs Found

Robin Williams had recently become more paranoid when he committed suicide by hanging himself, coroners said Friday, adding that he had no alcohol or illicit drugs in his system.

There were also signs that the comic actor -- who had recently been diagnosed with Parkinson's Disease -- had tried to cut his left wrist, according to an autopsy report.

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It's a Girl for Rachel Bilson

Rachel Bilson is on mommy duty.

The "Hart of Dixie" actress and "Star Wars" actor Hayden Christensen welcomed a daughter, Briar Rose Christensen, on Oct. 29, Bilson's representative confirmed Thursday.

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Leather, Wool Big Hits at Sao Paulo Fashion Week

The tropically incompatible materials of leather and wool emerged as big winners during Thursday's fall-winter catwalks at Sao Paulo fashion week.

Veteran Rio de Janeiro-based designer Patricia Vieira served up easy, breezy leather garments, laser-cut so finely that the swingy cocktail dresses appeared to be made of lace.

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Lohan's Probation Ended in Necklace Theft Case

A judge on Thursday ended Lindsay Lohan's probation in a necklace theft case and said she appears to be doing well with a plan to complete community service and counseling required in her last remaining criminal matter.

Superior Court Judge James R. Dabney said the actress received favorable reports from her counselor and an agency in London where she is performing community service.

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To Infinity and Beyond: Disney to Make 'Toy Story 4'

Animated film pioneer and original "Toy Story" creator John Lasseter is returning to make "Toy Story 4," Disney announced Thursday.

Lasseter, who made "Toy Story" with Pixar Animation Studios in 1995 and also directed "Toy Story 2" in 1999, will present a new chapter in the story of Woody, Buzz Lightyear and the rest of the "Toy Story" gang.

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