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Sugar Bits — Sienna Miller Receives £15,000 Damages

  • Sienna Miller has accepted £15,000 damages in an out-of-court settlement against the Daily Star over a paparazzi photo taken in LA, which she claimed violated her privacy. — BBC
  • Janet Jackson is recuperating after being released from hospital, having been discharged after a few hours. Her shows scheduled for Wednesday and Thursday have been cancelled, but she is expected to return to the stage on Saturday. — E!
  • Travis Barker has been released from hospital after nine days in the burns unit, the day after DJ AM attended a memorial service for Chris "Lil' Chris" Baker, Travis's personal assistant who died in the plane crash. — MTV
  • Oasis will be streaming their entire new album on MySpace later, ahead of Dig Out Your Soul's release on October 6. — ITN
  • David Mitchell and Robert Webb's Peep Show is the latest British comedy to get the American treatment, with Spike TV filming a US version pilot. — Hollywood Reporter
  • Sex And The City has become the fastest-selling DVD of the year, with nearly one million copies sold in its first week of release. — The Telegraph
  • Robin Williams is returning to the UK stage for the first time in 25 years to celebrate Prince Charles’s 60th birthday in a one-off show entitled We Are Not Amused, which also stars John Cleese and Rowan Atkinson. The show will take place at London’s New Wimbeldon Theatre on November 12 and will be televised by ITV, with ticket sale profits going to the Prince’s Trust. Tickets go on sale today. — The Times


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