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FOX Montana's Entertainment Update 10-1

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American Idol judge Keith Urban has put his money where his mouth is, donating all of the royalties from his song "For You" to the Navy Seal Foundation.  Urban presented a $300,000 check to the charity during a stop on his "Light the Fuse Tour."

The government shut down has everyone talking this week, and the stars are no exception.

Actor Albert Brooks says, "You can take Congress' health care away, if they don't settle, not just their salary, because they have money, but threaten those older guys."

Actress Emmy Rossum says, "It's like a dysfunctional family. But I hope at the end of Thanksgiving dinner they can come together and figure it out."

Fans got a sneak peek at the second installment of the "Hobbit" trilogy with the worldwide trailer release of "The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug." The film hits theaters December 13th.

YouTube announcing its first ever YouTube Music Awards, and some big headliners have already signed up. Jason Schwartzman will host and Lady Gaga, Eminem, and Arcade Fire will perform at the live-streaming event November 3rd.

And show producer for 'The Simpsons' announces writers will be killing off one of their main characters this season. That's right, while promoting the 25th season of the cartoon, Executive Producer Al Jean says it will be the end of the road for a show regular. But he stopped short of revealing who exactly that character will be. That means it could be Bart, or Homer, or Marge, or any one of the dozens of characters on FOX's longest-running comedy.   According to the Hollywood Reporter, Jean did offer one key hint, saying the actor playing the character won an Emmy for their role.   In its 25 seasons, 'The Simpsons' has killed off only two characters.

And that's your Entertainment Update!

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