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- Posted on Jan 14th 2008 3:00PM by Jessica Robertson
- Britney Spears
was a no-showshowed up at and immediately left her scheduled court hearing this morning, despite urges from her lawyers otherwise. The custody hearing began at 9:30 AM PT, at which time, Spears was still at home. Her lawyer, Sorrell Trope, was "hopeful" that she'd show up in the afternoon.
- 50 Cent, Timbaland, Wyclef Jean and Mary J. Blige were named in connection with an Albany-based steroid investigation. According to the Albany Times Union, Blige allegedly received a shipment of anabolic steroids and human growth hormone Jentropin from an Orlando pharmacy between August 2005 to January 2007. The report also claims that the often shirtless rap star 50 Cent had shipments of HGH delivered to his Farmington, Connecticut, mansion under the name "Michael Jordan."
- Dolly Parton has pushed back the release of her new album, 'Backwoods Barbie,' from February 5 to a "late February/early March" release. Meanwhile, Parton lauches her tour in support of 'Backwoods' on February 28 in Minneapolis.
- The tracklist for Coldplay's forthcoming album has reportedly leaked. Among the rumored song titles are 'Famous Old Painters,' 'Cemetaries of London' and 'Violet Hill.'
- British rockers the Horrors will premiere their documentary, 'Counting in Fives,' at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival. The flick follows the band both on the road and in the studio, while they trek through the U.S. and UK. The Horrors will kick off the festival with a show in Park City, Utah, on January 18.
- Kid Rock kicks off his 'Rock and Roll Revival' tour on January 25 in Evansville, Indiana. The jaunt, in support of his latest album, 'Rock 'n' Roll Jesus,' will feature guest performances by Reverend Run, J Geils Band frontman Peter Wolf and the Allman Brothers Band's Dickey Betts.