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Long Live the King! Elvis Returns to Vegas

Elvis Presley, the late "king" of rock-and-roll and former fixture in Las Vegas, will receive a symbolic return to Sin City with a reconstruction of his concerts and an exhibition, promoters said Thursday.

A slate of homages to the American singer, whose music career began in the 1950s, starts April 23 with a gala attended by ex-wife Priscilla Presley, Graceland holdings and Westgate Resorts said.

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Kanye West Apologizes to Beck for Grammy Verbal Attack

Hip-hop star Kanye West apologized Thursday to Beck after he loudly objected to the alternative rocker winning the Grammy for Album of the Year.

"I would like to publicly apologize to Beck. I'm sorry Beck," West wrote on Twitter.

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'Evil' BBC Star Savile Abused 60 People at British Hospital

Late British TV star Jimmy Savile abused 60 patients, staff and visitors at a hospital he raised money for, investigators said Thursday, highlighting the scale of abuse he committed under the cloak of celebrity.

A total of 177 people, mainly women or girls, say that Savile -- one of the BBC's top presenters in the 1970s and 1980s, known for his eccentric dress sense and love of cigars -- abused them from 1954 onwards.

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Lohan Gets More Community Service for Reckless Driving

Actress Lindsay Lohan was given 125 hours of community service Wednesday after a Los Angeles judge questioned whether she fulfilled the terms of a previous sentence for reckless driving.

The California judge told Lohan the court would not accept all her offered community service hours given prosecution allegations that she didn't do them, making for another turn in the star's public struggle with addiction and the law.

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'Cape Calm and Carry on': Madonna's Tumble Overshadows Brit Awards

Madonna's on-stage fall at the Brit Awards unleashed a wave of Internet jokes about the star's cape malfunction Thursday, overshadowing wins for British singers Sam Smith and Ed Sheeran.

The 56-year-old U.S. superstar was performing "Living For Love" at British pop's top awards ceremony in London Wednesday night when a problem with her floor-sweeping Armani cape caused her to tumble down stairs on the stage.

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Scarlett Johansson Took our Name, Band Says

Scarlett Johansson can expect her name to boost sales, but her new band's decision to call itself the seemingly innocuous The Singles has triggered a firestorm.

A Los Angeles rock duo already called The Singles said Wednesday it had sent a cease-and-desist order to the Hollywood star's new musical outfit for infringing on its name.

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Haitian, Italian Rising Star Electrifies Fashion World

She's electrified Milan fashion week with her bold Caribbean-influenced designs, but Stella Jean is not trying to break into Italy's magic circle of exclusive brands, she wants to transform the industry.

The 34-year old, born to a Haitian mother and Italian father, unveiled her Himalayas-themed autumn/winter 2015 collection Wednesday in a fresco-lined hall to riotous applause from international fashionistas and buyers.

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Woman Wins Award for Best Drama at Saudi Film Festival

A female Saudi film-maker won an award for best drama at the Saudi Film Festival, the chief juror said Wednesday, hailing a higher quality of entries despite the kingdom's cinema ban.

The five-day festival was only the second in seven years, and aired films at an arts and cultural centre in the Gulf coast city of Dammam.

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Rancic Apologizes for 'Weed' Jab at Zendaya's Dreadlocks

Giuliana Rancic is apologizing to Zendaya and others offended by Rancic's "Fashion Police" jab at the actress-singer's Oscar-night dreadlocks.

On "E! News" Tuesday, Rancic said the reaction to her comments has increased her awareness of, in her words, "cliches and stereotypes."

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Despite Free Album Furor, U2 Tops iTunes Listening

U2 faced such a backlash over its free album that the band apologized, but the Irish superstars claimed vindication Tuesday as research showed its music dominated iTunes listening.

U2's "Songs of Innocence" was automatically sent to the world's half billion iTunes customers as a promotion for the new iPhone 6, leading to so many complaints that Apple set up a special webpage on how to delete the album.

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