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Sugar Bits — Investigation Into Heath Ledger's Death Closed

Sugar Bits — Investigation Into Heath Ledger's Death Closed

  • The US Attorney's Office has closed its investigation into Heath Ledger's accidental overdose death and will not enforce a subpoena against Mary-Kate Olsen. The probe was closed without any charges being filed. — People
  • The life of the children's TV presenter Mark Speight was celebrated at a memorial service at London's Parish Church of Saint Paul yesterday. Rolf Harris, Zoe Ball and Kirsten O'Brien were among those at the ceremony, which saw Mark's father Oliver Speight launch SP8 Of The Art: The Mark Speight Foundation. — BBC
  • Patricia Hodge, Lynda Bellingham and Sian Phillips are to star in the stage adaptation of Calendar Girls, which is set to transfer to the West End after its national tour and run at the Chichester Festival Theatre. — The Stage
  • In celebration of Michael Jackson's 50th birthday on 29 August, the British public can help to choose the track list for the UK’s The King of Pop compilation album, to be released on August 25th, by voting for their favourite 18 tracks. — GMTV
  • Kate Moss could earn up to £25million by taking her Topshop range to China. Sir Philip Green is understood to be signing a deal to rent space in the Shanghai Superbrand Mall, and he has apparently asked Kate to spearhead the launch with the collections she has designed for the store. — Daily Mail
  • Sienna Miller was spotted leaving Chateau Marmont yesterday — just two miles from the home Balthazar Getty shares with his wife — while Balthazar's car stayed inside the hotel garage. The pair were spotted kissing outside a grocery store on Sunday. — The Sun

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