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Roundup Of The Latest Entertainment News Stories — Phil Spector Found Guilty of Murder

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  • A Los Angeles jury has found music producer Phil Spector guilty of murdering actress Lana Clakson in 2003. He has been remanded in custody, pending sentencing on 29 May, and faces at least 15 years in prison for second degree murder, and three years for improper use of a firearm. — Telegraph
  • Mel Gibson's wife Robyn has filed legal papers to divorce her husband of 28 years, citing "irreconcilable differences". There was no prenuptial agreement so Robyn could stand to receive 50 percent of Mel's $900million fortune. The couple has reportedly been separated for more than two and a half years. — TMZ
  • Roger Federer married his girlfriend of nine years, Mirka Vavrinec, in Basle, Switzerland on Saturday. Their honeymoon is on hold as Roger is in France for the Monte Carlo Masters. — Independent
  • Lost star Josh Holloway and wife Yessica have welcomed a daughter. Java Kumala Holloway was born on 9 April in Oahu. — People
  • Ralph Fiennes will star in Ricky Gervais's first film as a director, which he has co-written with Stephen Merchant. Cemetery Junction, originally called The Men From The Pru, follows 20-somethings working at an insurance company in the 1970s. — Mirror
  • Gary Barlow has denied that there are plans for Robbie Williams to rejoin Take That, saying: "We're a happy band right now. Robbie won't be joining". — BBC
  • Scottish singer-songwriter Calvin Harris has knocked Lady GaGa off the top spot of the UK singles chart with "I'm Not Alone". Lady Gaga's The Fame kept the number one spot in the albums chart. — Reuters UK


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