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Not only has Disney's hit "Frozen" been burning up the box office, but the movie's soundtrack has become one of only four animated albums in history to take the top spot on the Billboard charts.  
       
Trouble seems to be following Lindsay Lohan all the way to China.  After losing her laptop in a Shanghai Airport, the starlet immediately took to Twitter to offer a reward for its safe return.   Why the rush?  According to TMZ, Lilo's laptop contains nude selfies and email exchanges with a-list celebs.

Monica Spears, a former Miss Venezuela is killed in what Venezuelan police are calling an attempted car jacking. Spears and her husband were shot and killed late Monday night after resisting robbers by locking the doors of their broken down car.   The attack occurred after the family's car had been lifted onto a tow truck.   Their five-year-old daughter was also wounded in the incident. Police reportedly have arrested five suspects, some of which are under the age of 18.

Break out the cosmos! "Sex and the City 3 " could be headed to a theater near you.  Co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Kristin Davis have hinted that early talks for a third installment of the franchise are in the works.

And Dennis Rodman is celebrating Kim Jung Un's birthday with an exhibition game! The former NBA player even singing his own rendition of "Happy Birthday" to the North Korean leader. Rodman says he's making history with his frequent trips to North Korea. On the other hand, members of Congress, other NBA players and human rights groups call Rodman's visits ill-advised and naive.

And that's your Entertainment Update!

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