Weekly wrap up

Robert Checkal

Here at ALL, we’re constantly thinking of what we can add to interest our readers. We took it upon ourselves to gather the top headlines in celebrity media this past week, just in case you were too busy to brush up on your entertainment news. If you’d like to see this become a weekly online addition, we want you to tell us at KentNewsNet.com.Enjoy!

Thursday, Sept. 18

Lego is introducing a new lineup of celebrities including figurines of Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, David Beckham, Amy Winehouse and more. – The London Blog

Friday, Sept. 19

Travis Barker and DJ AM survive a plane crash that killed four others. Both Barker and DJ AM are in critical condition. – PerezHilton.com

Pat O’Brian was fired from “The Insider” after sending an inappropriate e-mail to his co-workers. – Waleg.com

Audrina Partridge moves out of her house, shared with Lauren Conrad and Lo Bosworth. -ÿIn Touch

Saturday Sept. 20

The Killers drop their new single, “Human” from their third album, Day & Age – releasing Nov. 25.

– IslandRecords.com

Sunday, Sept. 21

Lindsay Lohan confirmed her relationship with Samantha Ronson on “Loveline.”

Monday, Sept. 22

Janet Jackson drops her record label, Def Jam.

– PerezHilton.com

Tuesday, Sept. 23

Clay Aiken: “Yes, I’m gay.” – People

Sharon Stone loses custody of her 8-year-old son.

– PerezHilton.com

George Clooney confirms he won’t be appearing on the last season of “ER.” – HuffingtonPost.com

Wednesday, Sept. 24

After six months together, Natalie Portman split with her boyfriend, musician Devendra Banhart. -ÿIn Touch

Nicole Kidman said swimming in “fertility waters” in a small Australian Outback town may have contributed to her unexpected pregnancy late last year. She said six other women who swam in these waters also became pregnant. -ÿMSNBC.com

Britney Spears’ Beverly Hills home is now on the market for $7.9 million. Britney’s representatives say she’s looking for a quieter neighborhood with local parks and recreation areas for her sons. – In Touch

Information compiled by all reporter Robert Checkal. Contact Robert at [email protected]