MAN CHARGED WITH TRESPASSING AT MILEY CYRUS' HOUSE
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Los Angeles prosecutors have charged the man arrested at Miley Cyrus' house over the weekend. Jason Luis Rivera has been charged with two counts of trespassing and one of resisting arrest. Police say Rivera was carrying a pair of scissors and tried to force his way into Cyrus' home, claiming to be her friend. Rivera has pleaded not guilty and is being held on $100,000 bail. His next court date is on Monday.
"THE VOICE" STARTS NEW SEASON
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The coaches of "The Voice" will reward those who listen to them. Daniel Rosa auditioned last season and was rejected, but the coaches told him to keep working at it. This time around, Cee Lo Green and Blake Shelton were fighting over him. Rosa chose Green's team. Green also wooed a singer whose teacher told him music was a waste of time. Shelton's team includes a Scottish rock musician and a yodeler. Christina Aguilera's team picked up a woman who says she's often mistaken for a man and another singer who auditioned with one of Aguilera's own songs. Adam Levine recruited the son of a Latin jazz musician and a singer from a pop-punk band.
SIMON COWELL FURIOUS AT "THE VOICE"
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Simon Cowell says he thought there was a "gentleman's agreement" when it came to singing competition shows. NBC thinks otherwise. NBC expanded its premiere of "The Voice" this week from two days to three, which means it goes head-to-head against the debut of "The X Factor" tomorrow. Cowell calls it "mean-spirited" and says he hopes it backfires on NBC because "The X Factor" is one of the best shows this year. Cowell says Britney Spears is not the car crash everyone is expecting, and he says Demi Lovato is a brat and that's why he likes her. NBC has not commented on adding the third day.
RANDY JACKSON DOESN'T CONFIRM OR DENY "IDOL" RUMORS
NEW YORK (AP) -- Is Randy Jackson still an "American Idol" judge or isn't he? He's being coy about it. Yesterday on "The View," Jackson responded to questions about "Idol" with answers like "I don't think everything's really been worked out," and "Let's see what happens." Jackson has been visiting talk shows to talk about living with diabetes.
CEE LO GREEN PLANS HOLIDAY RECORD
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Cee Lo Green is planning what he calls "a soulful take on a host of Christmas classics." Green will release a holiday album called "Cee Lo's Magic Moment" on October 30. Among the songs he'll tackle include "Silent Night, "The Christmas Song," "This Christmas," "You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch" and "White Christmas." Green's guest musicians will include B.o.B and Rod Stewart.
JUDGE REJECTS VELVET UNDERGROUND COPYRIGHT CLAIM ON BANANA
NEW YORK (AP) -- A judge in New York has dropped a claim by The Velvet Underground over the banana image used on the band's debut album cover. Federal Judge Alison Nathan eliminated a copyright claim but left in place trademark claims. The Velvet Underground sued the Andy Warhol Foundation, claiming the foundation should not have licensed the design for use on iPhones and iPads. An attorney for the band says they disagree with the ruling and they believe they will win the trademark claims. A Warhol foundation lawyer declined comment.
JETHRO TULL MARK 40 YEARS OF "THICK AS A BRICK"
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Jethro Tull are putting out a 40th anniversary edition of their "Thick as a Brick" album, and this one will come with a more durable newspaper. The original LP folded out into a 12-page newspaper. The anniversary edition will come with a book that includes the newspaper, an Ian Anderson interview, memories from the band, rare photos from the recording sessions and the lyrics in Italian and German. The album itself has been remixed and will come on CD or 180-gram audiophile vinyl. The "Thick as a Brick" reissue comes out November 5.
DURAN DURAN'S JOHN TAYLOR PLANS AUTOBIOGRAPHY
LONDON (AP) -- Duran Duran bassist John Taylor will release his autobiography next month. "In The Pleasure Groove: Love, Death and Duran Duran" will come out October 16.
VIEWERS PLEDGE $81 MILLION TO STAND UP TO CANCER
LOS ANGELES (AP) -- The Stand Up To Cancer telethon says it's gotten more than $81 million in pledges. Friday's telethon featured performances by Coldplay, Alicia Keys, Taylor Swift and Tim McGraw. Celebrities appearing on the telethon include Justin Timberlake, Jessica Biel, Tom Hanks, Gwyneth Paltrow and Halle Berry.
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