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Mary J. Blige wins 9 times at Billboard Music Awards

Mary J. Blige wins 9 times at Billboard Music Awards

The Breakthrough
Mary J. Blige

Yesterday, Mary J. Blige, 35, kept on winning, taking home 9 trophies at the Billboard Music Awards. Blige won for R&B hip-hop artist of the year, best female R&B artist of the year. She also gained recognition for R&B/hip-hop album of the year (The Breakthrough) and song of the year ("Be Without You"), and for the Hot 100 airplay song of the year.

Blige’s Breakthrough album was released in December 2005 and has since sold 2.6 million copies. This is a comeback album for Blige and was an instant hit.

Chris Brown, only 17 years old, won new artist of the year, male artist of the year and artist of the year. He tells reporters that his success hasn’t gone to his head because his mom still has him take out the trash and clean up his room

Emmitt Smith wins Dancing with the Stars Competition

Emmitt Smith wins Dancing with the Stars Competition

For Absolute Beginners Ballroom Dancing DVD

Emmitt Smith, 35, who is a former Dallas Cowboy NFL star won this season’s Dancing with the Stars competition.

This award will go well along side his three-time Super Bowl championships. The competition was fierce with the two remaining competitors in dancing with the stars. Both Lopez and Smith scored the same and it was up to the audience to decide who will be the next winner. Mario Lopez, 33, was favored, however the audience pushed for Emmitt Smith to win.

Smith’s dancing partner that helped bring them to victory is Cheryl Burke, 22. This is the second time in a row that Burke has won the Dancing with the Stars competition. Last year she won with Drew Lachey, 30.

TMZ is reporting of possibility of Emmitt Smith getting hired as a daytime talk show host, due to his popularity ratings with Dancing with the Stars.

Ed Bradley from CBS's 60 Minutes Dies from Leukemia Complications

Ed Bradley from CBS 60 Minutes Dies from Leukemia Complications

60 Minutes - Special Report

Reporter and anchor of CBS 60 Minutes TV Show, Ed Bradley, 65, died from complications related to leukemia at Mount Sinai hospital. Katie Couric made the announcement today on CBS News.

Mike Wallace who worked with Bradley, told FOX News that Bradley was "a man of gentleness and man of strength, a man of integrity. Bradley was a complete reporter and a reporter's reporter. He covered the world, really."

Bradley spent 26 years with 60 Minutes. He first began his work with CBS’s popular Sunday news program in 1981. Previously he first began working for CBS as a full-time news correspondent in 1973.

Bradley was born in Philadelphia. He graduated from Pennsylvania's Cheyney State College, in 1964, with a Bachelor of Science degree in education. After graduation he began a career in broadcasting by becoming a radio disc jockey.

ABC’s Lost TV show 3rd Season Starts Tonight

ABC’s Lost TV show 3rd Season Starts Tonight

ABC's "Lost"

It was a very long summer as reruns abounded of “Lost” reruns and new storylines are here with the premiere of the 3rd season kicking off this Wednesday night.. According to Wikipedia, there is approximately over 15 million “Lost” fans that are waiting for the next show.

Season two left us all hanging with a super cliffhanger. Locke decided to not enter the numbers into the computer, he even broke the computer and as all the magnetic explosion of some sort happened he said “I was wrong.” He thought that entering numbers was a hoax and he was part of a science experiment and believed that nothing was going to happen. Oops! He was so wrong.

CSI Crime Scene TV Show - CSI Continues - The Difficult Seventh Season

CSI Crime Scene TV Shows - CSI Continues - The Difficult Seventh Season

CSI Crime Scene Seasons 1-5 on DVD (am)

Well, it's that time of year again. For the seventh year running, this fall season we'll see a new season of CSI: Crime Scene Investigation hit our screens.

Since its debut in the fall season of 2000, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation has been a major draw for the CBS Network. It became the most watched program on television in the 2002-2003 season, and has since remained in the top 3 most popular shows ever since. As of the sixth season each episode attracted an average of 30 million viewers, and 90 million people have seen the show in the past year.

The sixth season closed with a spectacular two-parter in which Detective Jim Brass was left fighting for life after a hostage negotiation went wrong. When murderer Willie Cutler took a woman hostage in a Vegas hotel room, Brass volunteered to negotiate. However, when things went awry Cutler fired three shots at Brass - and one of the shots breached his bulletproof vest, a bullet lodging in his heart.

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