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Jonas Brothers split, Tatum working on docuseries

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 01:09

Oct 29 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including the Jonas Brothers break-up, Britney Spears' music is used to ward off pirates, and Channing Tatum is working on a reality show. Bob Mezan reports.

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The Jonas Brothers band has decided to call it quits for now - this according to a representative who released a statement on Tuesday (October 29). The decision by brothers Kevin, Joe and Nick came less than three weeks after they canceled their concert tour citing a rift in the band. The trio told People magazine it was a unanimous decision. Britney Spears' songs are not music to the ears of Somali pirates. New York newspaper Metro is reporting that a naval officer has been using the pop singer's music to blast at potential pirates instead of firing guns. According to one cited source, the pirates can't stand Western music and culture, which is why they used Spears music in the first place. Channing Tatum is reportedly working on a TV reality show about a burlesque club. "Variety" is reporting that the "Magic Mike" star is working with cable channel A&E for a new docuseries, based on the goings on at his Saints & Sinners nightclub in New Orleans. If the show is picked up, Tatum will be on as executive producer.

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Jonas Brothers split, Tatum working on docuseries

Tuesday, October 29, 2013 - 01:09