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Friday, August 31

MTV has announced that the upcoming sixth season of "Jersey Shore" will be its last. The season has already been filmed, and will premiere on October 4th. MTV is going to air repeats of "Jersey Shore" all day next Thursday, before the "MTV Video Music Awards". The marathon will run up to 6:00pm, when they're going to air a one-hour special called "Gym, Tanning, Look Back", where the cast will "reminisce" about the show. Then at 7:00, the cast will give live interviews from the red carpet at the "VMAs". MTV is also planning to air other specials, including "after-shows" following each Season Six episode and a reunion special after the finale. Of course, the stars of "Jersey Shore" aren't totally going away unfortunately. MTV just ordered a second season of "Snooki & JWoww" – shweew!
Olympic swimmer Ryan Lochte is in talks to get his own reality show on E! It'll probably be one of those things where they just film him doing whatever it is that he does.  He says, "Pretty much they follow me on my normal day, just training, doing my own fashion line. It's real. It's not fake or anything like that."

Bill and Giuliana Rancic announced on Twitter Thursday their first child has been born via a surrogate in Denver. Edward Duke Rancic was born Wednesday. Giuliana has suffered numerous health issues in recent years. Their show "Giuliana & Bill" is on Style Network.

"American Idol" has yet to announce who the new judges will be that will sit next to Mariah Carey, but I can tell you who won’t be sitting at the judges’ table. It seems the dawg days are over at "American Idol." Randy Jackson is officially leaving the show as a judge. He will still remain a part of the show as a "mentor."

Hip-hop business man Chris Lighty was found dead of an apparent suicide yesterday at his home in New York City. He was 44. Reports say that he shot himself in the head after an argument with his ex-wife. Chris managed a lot of big-name artists including Puff Diddly Pooh, 50 Cent, JaRule, Mariah Carey and A Tribe Called Quest. He also helped LL Cool J, Milssy Elliott and Busta Rhymes land lucrative sponsorship deals. He was in the midst of a divorce and had been having recent financial and personal troubles. Survivors include his two children. 

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People : Busta RhymesChris LightyEdward Duke RancicMariah CareyMilssy ElliottRandy JacksonRyan Lochte

08/31/2012 8:14AM
Friday, August 31
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