Reuters: Entertainment News 9 April 2018

Actor Jared Leto road trips across U.S. to promote new album

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - It was a mad dash of "planes, trains and automobiles" for Oscar-winning actor and Thirty Seconds to Mars singer Jared Leto as he promoted his band's latest album with a five-day cross-country road trip from New York to Los Angeles.

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Graphic novel tells story of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Fans of Britain's royal family eagerly awaiting Prince Harry's wedding to American actress Meghan Markle next month can read about the couple's romance in a colourful comic book.

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Cosby paid accuser $3.4 million in civil suit, prosecutor tells jury

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (Reuters) - Comedian Bill Cosby paid a woman who accused him of sexual assault $3.38 million (2.4 million pounds) as part of a 2006 settlement of a civil lawsuit, prosecutors said on Monday in the opening of his retrial on criminal charges stemming from the same accusations.

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Go your own way - Fleetwood Mac will not tour with Lindsey Buckingham

LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Fleetwood Mac announced a tour on Monday but without guitarist Lindsey Buckingham, one of the rock group's most influential and popular members.

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Don't send us presents, give to charity, say UK's Prince Harry and fiancée Meghan

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry and his fiancée Meghan Markle have asked that anyone who wants to send them a present to mark their wedding next month make a donation to charity instead, his office said on Monday.

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Porn star's lawyer asks court to deny Trump lawyer's push for arbitration

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The lawyer for Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who says she had sex with U.S. President Donald Trump, on Monday asked a federal judge to set aside a motion by Trump's lawyer to force her to use arbitration to settle a dispute over an agreement to keep quiet about the encounter.

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Widely-watched Dutch comedian says 'Bye Bye Facebook'

AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - A popular Dutch comedian has urged hundreds of thousands of fans to join him in saying "Bye Bye Facebook" in protest at the social networking giant’s handling of private data.

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