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Fast Track: Lady Gaga is accused of pocketing Japan relief money

June 28, 2011
  • Singer Lady Gaga wears an earthquake relief bracelet at a press conference in Tokyo. She was participating in a charity music event to raise money for victims of the earthquake and tsunami.
Singer Lady Gaga wears an earthquake relief bracelet at a press conference… (Franck Robichon / European…)

A roundup of entertainment headlines for Thursday:

Lady Gaga is accused in a class-action lawsuit of pocketing proceeds that should have gone to Japan earthquake relief. (New York Daily News)

"Real Housewife" Michaele Salahi performs "Bump it" on a morning news show and sexy-poses on the beach in a white bikini. We're not sure which is worse. (Los Angeles Times)

A Newsweek cover uses age projection to imagine what 50-year-old Princess Diana would be like, had she lived. (Los Angeles Times)

"Law & Order: SVU" casts Kelli Giddish and Danny Pino as new detectives. (Entertainment Weekly)

Charlie Sheen's "Two and a Half Men" character may drive off a cliff. (Hollywood Reporter)

A BET executive takes the blame for the Chris Brown and Rihanna award snafu. (Los Angeles Times)

PETA names Kristen Wiig and Russell Brand the sexiest vegetarian celebs. (PopEater)

Grab your virtual chainsaws, boys. The U.S. Supreme Court struck down a California law that banned the sale of violent video games to minors. (Los Angeles Times)

G4 will air the remaining episodes of its show "G4's Proving Ground," featuring Ryan Dunn, the "Jackass" star who died in a car wreck last week. (N.Y. Times)

Disney/Pixar releases a trailer for "Brave," about a Scottish warrior princess. (Deadline)

Rapper-turned-actor RZA is joining the cast of the "G.I. Joe" sequel. (Hollywood Reporter)

Mike Tyson and Lakiha Spicer renew their wedding vows in Vegas. (TMZ)

Matthew Lewis says his bumbling character Neville Longbottom becomes a resistance leader in the final "Harry Potter" film. (Los Angeles Times)

Jennifer Aniston gets inked to pay homage to her dog Norman, who died in May. (Los Angeles Times)

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