Video appears to show Britney running over photog's foot
BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. - It might just be Britney Spears' latest hit.
Hours after losing visitation rights with her two young sons, the struggling pop star apparently ran over the foot of a photographer for celebrity Web site TMZ.com. Spears was driving away from a Beverly Hills medical building, her car surrounded by photographers, when the incident occurred about 5 p.m. Thursday.
Messages left with her attorney weren't immediately returned.
Singer held on drug possession
OSLO, Norway - British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse was arrested in Norway for marijuana possession and held overnight, a police official said Friday.
Winehouse and her husband, Blake Fielder-Civil, were released at around 7 a.m. Friday after paying $715 each in fines, prosecutor Lars Morten Lothe said. A third person, also released, was fined $492, he said.
Smiths guitarist now professor
LONDON - Johnny Marr, the co-founder and guitarist of 1980s icons The Smiths, is turning to academia as a visiting professor of music.
Marr, whose distinctive guitar style propelled hits by The Smiths including 'How Soon Is Now,' 'Panic' and 'Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now,' has been appointed to teach undergraduates at Salford University.
Ebert to receive indie film honor
NEW YORK - Roger Ebert will be honored at the 17th annual Gotham Awards for a career of championing independent cinema.
The 65-year-old film critic will receive the honor at the Nov. 27 event at Brooklyn's Steiner Studios. The Gotham Awards celebrate independent movies and films set in New York. An official announcement of the Ebert tribute was planned for Monday.