Madonna is following a philanthropical trip to Africa with a stop in Brazil to discuss social projects. Rio de Janeiro Governor Sergio Cabral said the pop star is looking for ways to lend her help. Cabral told the O Estado de S Paulo newspaper yesterday that he will meet with Madonna along with Brazilian billionaire Eike Batista to talk about possible partnerships. The singer is expected to visit several poor communities.
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Lopez wins rulingJennifer Lopez won a court order yesterday barring her first husband from making their sex life public, at least for now. Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge James C. Chalfant issued a restraining order blocking distribution of “The J.Lo and Ojani Noa Story.’’ The order is in effect until a hearing on whether to extend it is completed. Lopez sued Noa on Friday for $10 million, claiming he breached a confidentiality agreement.
Imagine"If you'd have told me that at 62, I'd still be singing "As Tears Go By" to a rapt audience, I couldn't imagine that."-- Marianne Faithfull
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