Entertainer Quickie: Lohan’s Trial, Chris Brown Still Performing and Royal Wedding will be Online
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The Entertainer Quickie is here for you again: Lindsay Lohan is going to trial, Chris Brown is performing on DWTS and Prince William and Kate Middleton’s wedding will be available on iTunes.
Lindsay Lohan is going to trial
Today is the day, Ms. Lindsay Lohan must decide whether or not to accept a plea bargain that will include jail time for the alleged jewelry store theft back in January.
Lohan is accused of a felony for walking out of Komofie and Co. jewelry store on January 22 with a $2,500 necklace and not paying for it. The store reported the theft soon after and before the police could search Lohan, she had a friend turn the necklace into the Los Angeles Police Department’s Pacific Division Station.
The big decision is to take the plea deal (which includes jail time) or go to trial for felony grand theft since the necklace was worth over $950, in accordance to California law. If Lohan pleads guilty or no contest, she is going to return to Los Angeles County Superior Court on Friday. If she goes to trial, Lohan will attend a preliminary hearing on April 22nd.
Word is Lindsay has decided to go to trial.
Chris Brown is dancing on DWTS
Post his public meltdown on Good Morning America yesterday, Chris Brown is still on to preform on Dancing with the Stars on March 29th and in fact welcomed back to Good Morning America as well. By yesterday afternoon, Brown was quite the spectacle on the basketball courts at the 4th Street courts in New York. He is still popular on the courts, but his newest video for his third single form F.A.M.E., Beautiful People was lost in the crowd of this infamous celebrity’s news. The video for Beautiful People featured cameos from Omarion, Brandy, Timbaland and more.
Royal Wedding will be streaming online
Not invited to the Royal wedding? Well that’s okay, within hours after the royal duo Prince William and Kate Middleton say “I do” you’ll be able to download the entire wedding ceremony online.
Royal officials announced today that the April 29th ceremony will be released digitally through Britain’s Decca Records and then to online retailers such as iTunes. This is the first time in history that the public has been able to download a royal wedding ceremony. The album will be produced by multi-Grammy-nominated producer Anna Barry along with musicians, the Abbey’s choir, the Chapel Royal Choir and the London Chamber Orchestra.
What do you think of Lindsanity’s decision to go to trial? Will you be watching Chris Brown preform on DWTS? Are you gonna watch the Royal Wedding in April?
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