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FOX Montana's Entertainment Update 11-20

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The rumors are true! Kelly Clarkson is going to be a mommy.  The original American Idol Tweeting her good news, Tuesday, calling her pregnancy "the best early Christmas present ever."  

Adam Levine has been named People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive.   The Maroon 5 frontman beat out fellow hotties Justin Timberlake, Chris Pine and last year's champ, Channing Tatum, for the coveted title.

But Levine's "The Voice" co-judge, Cee Lo Green wasn't celebrating.   The music man was back in court Wednesday morning to schedule a preliminary hearing for felony drug charges.  Green pleaded "not guilty" back in October to slipping ecstasy to his dinner date.  

According to Forbes' Magazine, Madonna is still the Queen of Pop. The Material Girl tops the mag's list of highest paid musicians, earning $125 million in the past year.   Lady Gaga came in a not-so-close second with $80 million, and Bon Jovi's $79 million took third.  

And the voice actors on FOX's "Family Guy" are getting a big salary bump. The show's four main voices: Alex Borstein, Seth Green, Mila Kunis, and Mike Henry will now receive between $175,000 and $220,000 an episode for at least two more years. "Family Guy" actors still earn less than Homer Simpson and his family. "The Simpson's" stars reportedly earning about $300,000 an episode.   Show creator Seth MacFarlane, who also voices several characters, will negotiate his deal separately.

And that's your Entertainment Update!

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