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|2004-09-08 - Weird News|
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New York, NY -- Former Pink Floyd leader Roger Waters is going to the "Iraq side of the moon." Waters has just released two new songs, "To Kill The Child," and "Leaving Beirut" that are his response to the invasion of Iraq. The new tunes are available as downloads at his website.
NEW YORK -- Leeza Gibbons may soon be the last voice you hear at night. The entertainment journalist will be hosting a syndicated radio series, "Leeza At Night," starting November 8. Gibbons says she'll focus on trends, entertainment news and call-ins from listeners.
LOS ANGELES -- The Federal Trade Commission has struck out in its case against former baseball great Steve Garvey. An appeals court has ruled that Garvey is not liable for statements he made in two infomercials for weight loss supplements.
LOS ANGELES -- 'N-Sync singer Joey Fatone is finally making an honest woman out of longtime girlfriend Kelly Baldwin. The two -- who have a three-year-old daughter -- will get hitched tomorrow (Sep. 9). "Entertainment Tonight" reports the high school sweethearts are planning an East Coast wedding. Fatone is the first member of 'N-Sync to get hitched.
NEW YORK -- Erik Estrada is the latest celebrity to get behind a cause: Liver disease. The "CHiPs" star is starring in a series of Spanish language public service announcements for the American Liver Foundation. Along with increasing awareness about liver ailments, the Estrada ads encourage Spanish speakers to consult with their doctor if they think they may show signs of liver trouble. The spots begin airing on Univision this month.
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