Soon to be on trial for involuntary manslaughter, Dr. Conrad Murray's main line of defense is that Michael Jackson was so weakened following years of abusing his body that he was essentially a lost cause and beyond help.

He wants to show jurors just how worn down MJ was, citing the star's big London announcement for the "This Is It" concerts planned for 2009:

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Tony Bennett appeared on Howard Stern's radio show yesterday to promote his new album, Duets II.

But the talk turned to 9/11 after the iconic singer said he met President George W. Bush, who told him personally that going into Iraq was a "mistake." Stern wondered whether America had a choice, which promoted Bennett to respond:

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On the season finale of Teen Mom, everything came to a head. What did Farrah Abraham decide about moving? How did Maci Bookout leave things with Ryan Edwards? Does Gary Shirley have a career as a recording artist?

All questions we may not fully know the answers to until the reunion special and perhaps beyond, but still. Absolutely edge-of-your-seat, gripping TV.

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Every week on the Dancing With the Stars results show, you're going in wondering if one of the week’s lowest scorers will get the boot, or if voters will pull a shocker and eliminate someone you'd never expect - and who didn't deserve it.

Last night was pretty much by the book - and/or scores.

Love him, hate him or really, really hate him, there's no denying the drawing power of Charlie Sheen.

This warlock's Comedy Central Roast garnered an incredible 6.4 million viewers on Monday night, setting a network record for a special of this nature and out-drawing anything that aired on Fox or NBC.

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