September 07, 2006
--50 Cent goes after Diddy on new mixtape.
--Ashlee Simpson has broken off her relationship with bandmate Braxton Olita. Simpson's rep told US mag that the pair "broke up about a week ago. They have decided to take a break." The singer was seen getting cozy with musician Pete Wentz on September 2 and her sister Jessica's CD release party.
--Victor Willis, the original policeman in '70s disco band The Village People, was sentenced to three years' probation Tuesday on drug possession charges after he agreed to enter a treatment program.
--Bob Dylan is back at the top of the charts - for the first time in 30 years. His new album, "Modern Times," reached No. 1 on the album sales chart, selling 192,000 units in its first week of release, according to Nielsen SoundScan figures released Wednesday.
--An infuriated Warren Buffett has renounced one of his granddaughters - telling her she is no longer his relative "legally or emotionally" because she took part in a documentary about the lives of the very rich. Nicole Buffett, the adopted daughter of Buffett's son Peter and biological daughter of Peter's ex-wife Mary, was featured in Jamie Johnson and Nick Kurzon's documentary, "The One Percent," which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival this year and is a follow-up to Johnson's "Born Rich."
--Rocky Balboa is headed back to his old stomping grounds. The city's Art Commission approved a plan Wednesday to return a statue of the big-screen boxer to a site near the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where Sylvester Stallone ran the stairs in the movie as the boxer in training. By a 6-2 vote, the commission voted to move the statue, currently stored in a warehouse, to a street-level pedestal near the site of one of the 1976 movie's iconic scenes.
--Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey have divided up the assets in their marriage, and Nick agreed to less than his share in order to avoid an ugly court fight.
--Gwen Stefani is no longer just a girl. Now she's a doll, too. The singer, actress and fashion designer announced Tuesday that she will bring her trademark rock 'n' roll style to the toy industry with a series of limited-edition dolls. There are eight dolls in all, and Stefani has dubbed the line Love. Angel. Music. Baby. Fashion Dolls. Each wears one of the colorful looks Stefani sported on her latest world tour.
--Former "Laguna Beach" star Kristin Cavalleri will do anything to keep her 15 minutes of fame going. After her ex, Brody Jenner, ditched her for Nicole Richie, Cavalleri made sure paparazzi snapped her in a "You Can Have Him" T-shirt. Then, on Tuesday night, she was all over Richie's ex, Adam "DJ AM" Goldstein.
--Paris Hilton was arrested early Thursday for investigation of driving under the influence, police said. Hilton was arrested shortly before 12:30 a.m. after being pulled over in Hollywood, said police Officer I. Isabella, who declined to give his first name. Police stopped Hilton because she was "driving erratically," he said.
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