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Justin Bieber Took Selena Gomez for Dinner and a Movie at Staples Center (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Nov 1st 2011 4:15AM
Justin Bieber, 'The Tonight Show with Jay Leno'Justin Bieber wanted to take girlfriend Selena Gomez on a memorable and special date. Dinner and a movie is certainly a classic, but when you're a worldwide superstar, you don't just do dinner and a movie. As he explained on 'The Tonight Show' (Weeknights, 11:35PM ET on NBC), you have to go big.

"I decided I kind of wanted to have dinner and I kind of thought that maybe we should do it in the middle of the Staples Center," he explained. So Bieber rented out the Staples Center -- as he said, the Lakers aren't using it right now -- and the couple enjoyed a romantic dinner together, and then snuggled in to watch 'Titanic' on the jumbotron. Kind of makes you want to try a little harder on your next date, doesn't it?

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Breaking News: Betty White still not dead

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 8th 2009 5:24PM
I was watching Today's coverage of the Michael Jackson funeral yesterday, and after Michael Okwu's report about memorial preparation, I had to quickly rewind it (thank you DVRs) to make sure I heard what I thought I did. And I did. Okwu was listing some of the famous people buried at Forest Lawn, and he included Betty White. Meredith Vieira corrected a clearly confused Okwu, saying he probably meant Bette Davis.

Other people who are not buried at Forest Lawn: Betty Buckley and Ugly Betty.

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How extensive should the Michael Jackson funeral coverage be?

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 3rd 2009 4:27PM
Jackson shrineIt has been announced that Michael Jackson's public funeral with be held next Tuesday at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. CBS has revealed that they are going to cover it extensively, with The Early Show broadcasting live from the Staples Center on Monday and Tuesday and Katie Couric doing The CBS Evening News from there as well. No word yet on what ABC and NBC will be doing, though I assume they'll do similar coverage (not to mention the massive coverage we'll see on CNN, MSNBC, and Fox News).

But how extensive should the coverage be? Should the news channels cover it all day long? Should the networks report live from the funeral? Should the funeral be televised live on all channels? Should there just be stories of it and no live coverage at all?

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