Miley Cyrus: No more 'Hannah Montana' films

LOS ANGELES - Miley Cyrus plans to be back on the big screen, and soon. Hannah Montana? Not likely after her latest film.

So said the 16-year-old tween phenom, whose alter ego brings her secret double life as a pop star to theaters April 10 with 'Hannah Montana: The Movie.'

'We got really lucky with having the material to make one movie,' Cyrus said in an interview Monday. The film reveals Hannah Montana's identity to the world in a way Cyrus said is 'very clever' and diminishes the chances of a sequel - but doesn't dampen the future of the popular Disney TV show.

The film follows last year's sold-out Cyrus-Montana concert tour and her 'Best of Both Worlds Concert' 3-D movie.

Makeup, fashion gurus sue Queen Latifah

NEW YORK - A makeup artist and a fashion stylist claim in coordinated lawsuits that they got ugly treatment from Queen Latifah when she cheated them out of $1 million.

Celebrity cosmetology consultant Roxanna Floyd said she lost $700,000 when the rapper-actress failed to pay her for work she did between July 2005 and February 2008.

In a separate lawsuit, celebrity fashion stylist Susan Moses said she was cheated of $300,000 during the same period.

The lawsuits were filed Monday in federal court in Manhattan.

Amanda Silverman, a spokeswoman for the actress whose roles in movies include 'Hairspray' and 'Mad Money,' said the lawsuits have no merit, but she can't comment more on pending litigation.

Madonna confirms push for adoption

MCHINJI, Malawi - Madonna said Tuesday that she was following standard procedures in her adoption of a Malawian girl, her first response to accusations that that she is using her fame to speed the process.

The pop superstar also took her 3-year-old adopted son, David, to visit the orphanage in Mchinji, a village near the Zambian border, where he once lived. She brought him Monday to meet his biological father for the first time since he left Malawi in 2006.