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Sugar Bits — Slumdog Millionaire Wins Big at Critics' Choice

Sugar Bits — Slumdog Millionaire Wins Big at Critics' Choice


  • Slumdog Millionaire was the big winner at the Critics' Choice Awards in LA last night, receiving five awards. Anne Hathaway and Meryl Streep tied in the Best Actress category, and Sean Penn won Best Actor for Milk. The Dark Knight, The Reader, and Wall-E were among the other films that won awards. — BuzzSugar
  • A private memorial service has been held in Florida for John Travolta's son Jett. The service at the Travoltas' house near Ocala took place six days after Jett died in the Bahamas. — BBC
  • Cristiano Ronaldo walked away uninjured after writing off his Ferrari sports car in a crash after it hit a roadside barrier under a tunnel near Manchester Airport yesterday. No one is believed to have been injured. — Independent
  • Amy Winehouse escaped an assault probe after throwing a glass of water over a fellow tourist at her Caribbean resort. She apologised to the woman and her partner, and her spokesman said: "Amy misunderstood a conversation and wrongly believed a slight was made. The matter has been resolved". — The Sun
  • Jordan/Katie Price has hit out at Lucy Pinder while editing the 3am column, saying: "Beneath that skirt is a bloke with b******s. She’s tough. A real bitch... And I’ll tell you something else – it’s b******s she’s all natural. She used to have a right beak on her, I reckon she’s had her nose done. And I’d say her lips and teeth are fake too." — Mirror
  • Electro-pop singer Little Boots has come top of the BBC's Sound of 2009 list, which aims to highlight the best new music talent for the new year and is based on tips from 134 leading UK tastemakers. Last year, Adele came top, followed by Duffy, The Ting Tings and Glasvegas. This year, dark London rock trio White Lies came second, with spirited singer-songwriter Florence and the Machine in third and Australian fantasy pop duo Empire of the Sun at four. — BBC

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