Rapper 50 Cent has filed a lawsuit against a Philadelphia car dealer for using the slogan "Just Like 50 Says!" and the artist's picture in a print ad for a Dodge Magnum. A marketing director for the dealership told Philadelphia newspapers that 50 Cent had recorded a radio commercial promoting the station's giveaway of the vehicle, and that the print ad was simply paraphrasing that spot. The rapper is seeking more than $1 million in damages . . .
Security was stepped up for the Rolling Stones concert at Boston's Fenway Park last night after an incident on Sunday, when a woman climbed into the stadium's rafters during the band's show and fell, breaking a wrist and both ankles. Twenty-year-old Claire O'Leary, whom police described as "very belligerent, uncooperative and verbally abusive towards medical staff," was reportedly hospitalized and then released after the incident . . .
"American Idol" runner-up Bo Bice is having a rough summer. The singer (who broke his foot onstage earlier this month) underwent emergency surgery Friday in Las Vegas to remove a blockage in his intestines, according to E! Online. No word on whether Bice will rejoin the "American Idols" Live tour . . .
Alt-Spanish singer Bebe led the Latin Grammy pack yesterday with five nominations. Marc Anthony, Juanes, Aleks Syntek and Obie Bermudez followed with three nominations each. The awards ceremony returns to Los Angeles's Shrine Auditorium Nov. 3 and will be broadcast on Univision.
-- Compiled by K. Wilcox
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