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Phil Spector’s appeal is nixed

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The Supreme Court yesterday rejected Phil Spector’s appeal of his conviction for killing actress Lana Clarkson. Spector attorney Dennis Riordan argued that the prosecution’s use of Superior Court Judge Larry Paul Fidler’s videotaped comments and his picture during prosecution summations was improper. Spector is serving 19 years to life in prison.

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"They are the coolest guys. They are so down-to-earth." — Adam Lambert, former "American Idol" runner-up, gushing about Queen, which has hired him as its vocalist for the UK rock festival Sonisphere 2012.

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