PEOPLE IN BRIEF: Glover: Boycott of Ariz. over law not warranted

PHOENIX -- Actor and activist Danny Glover said Wednesday a boycott of Arizona may not be an appropriate response by critics of the state's sweeping law targeting illegal immigration.

Glover called the law misguided, a disservice to the state and ''a reaction to an extraordinary level of fear.''

But the ''Lethal Weapon'' star also believes Arizonans and their leaders will resolve what he called a moral crisis.

Billboard ranks Clarkson most successful 'American Idol'

NEW YORK -- Carrie Underwood may have sold more albums than Kelly Clarkson, but the original ''American Idol'' winner is still the most successful, according to Billboard.

Clarkson has sold 10.6 million albums, 15.9 million tracks and has had 4.2 million radio plays, according to Billboard.com, ranking her the top graduate from ''Idol.'' Underwood has 11.5 million and 13.9 million for album and single sales, respectively. The country singer's also had 2.4 million radio plays since she won ''Idol'' in 2005.

The third most successful ''Idol'' never won the crown and wasn't even a runner up: It's Chris Daughtry, who fronts his own band, Daughtry; they have sold 5.7 million albums.

Rubio reveals pregnancy in Twitter post

NEW YORK -- Paulina Rubio shared some big news with her fans on Twitter: She is pregnant.

She tweeted: ''Life has a new meaning.'' And she told her fans that they were going to be aunts and uncles.

She gave no further details on the pregnancy.

A representative from her music label, Universal Music, confirmed to The Associated Press that Rubio made the statement.

Rubio will be 39 in June. She is married to a Spanish businessman. It will be her first child.