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Bieber fans show support, Madonna set to perform at Grammys

Friday, Jan 24, 2014 - 01:22

Jan. 24 - The day's top showbiz news including Justin Bieber fans show support a day after he was released from jail, and Madonna will perform at the Grammys. Roselle Chen reports.

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A day after Justin Bieber was jailed on charges of DUI, driving with an expired license and resisting arrest, the singer was holed up in a Miami Beach hotel with news crews, paparazzi and fans waiting for him outside, hoping the pop star would make an appearance. Miami Beach police said Bieber was stopped after drag racing in a Lamborghini on a residential street early Thursday (January 23) morning. Madonna is set to perform at the 56th annual Grammy Awards happening on Sunday (January 26). The seven-time Grammy winner will join other top artists like Miranda Lambert and Billie Joe Armstrong as fellow performers for the show. Hugh Jackman showed his Aussie pride at the top of the Empire State building. Jackman and his wife celebrated Australia Day, January 26, by lighting the top of the iconic building green and gold. Jackman and his family now call New York City home part time. Only one new film is set to hit the North American box office in wide release over the weekend from Friday (January 24) to Sunday (January 26). "I, Frankenstein" is expected to take in around 15 million dollars, but analysts predict that it will not outperform holdover "Ride Along," which is expected to top ticket sales with 22 million dollars, adding to its global take of 52 million. Afghanistan war movie "Lone Survivor" should see another 13 million added to its 79 million dollar haul.

Bieber fans show support, Madonna set to perform at Grammys

Friday, Jan 24, 2014 - 01:22

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