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Brad Paisley leads country ACM nominees

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Brad Paisley leads all finalists for the Academy of Country Music Awards with six nominations.

The finalists were announced in Nashville, Tenn., this morning and Paisley garnered nods for entertainer of the year and male vocalist. He is also a finalist for record, song and video of the year for "Waitin' on a Woman." Paisley is also up for vocal event of the year for "Start a Band" with Keith Urban.

'Millionaire' earns top honors at British Oscars

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Rags-to-riches story "Slumdog Millionaire" continued its fairy-tale journey Sunday, winning seven prizes, including best picture, at the British Academy Film Awards and sealing its place as favorite for the Oscars later this month.

Kate Winslet and Mickey Rourke also gained Oscar momentum with acting wins -- Winslet for her role as a former Nazi concentration camp guard in "The Reader," Rourke for his career-reviving performance as a washed-up athlete in "The Wrestler." Heath Ledger won a posthumous supporting actor award for The Dark Knight."

Miley Cyrus lands more Kids' Choice nominations

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Miley Cyrus snagged two trophies at last year's Kids' Choice Awards, and now, the teen queen is back for more.

The "Hannah Montana" star -- who's scheduled to sing at Sunday's Grammys with Taylor Swift -- received a leading three nominations, including favorite TV actress and favorite female singer.

'Slumdog' takes more top honors, this time at DGAs

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"Slumdog Millionaire" continued its rags-to-riches march through Hollywood's awards season as its filmmaker, Danny Boyle, won the top honor Saturday from the Directors Guild of America.

The win puts Boyle on the inside track for the same prize at the Academy Awards on Feb. 22, since the guild recipient almost always goes on to win the directing Oscar.

Are '30 Rock's' awards keeping its audience away?

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One of our favorite bloggers, Edward Copeland, has this to say about the SAG Awards last night:

These opening "I'm an actor" bits are getting really old. Thank God for Will Arnett and Steve Carell...Was there an overriding theme to that Trailblazers montage? Someone explain to me the connection between topical TV episodes of "Maude" and "All in the Family" and films such as "Milk" and "Boys Don't Cry" and sci-fi and horror films such as "Planet of the Apes" and "Frankenstein" ... Every time "30 Rock" cleans up at an awards show, it makes me feel more strongly like never watching it ... Damn, I was hoping Alan Rosenberg would resign for his mismanagement of the union ... Do all award voters fear Kiefer Sutherland will waterboard them if they don't keep nominating him for "24"? ... I didn't realize Robert Doqui had died. The living members of the "Nashville" ensemble grows smaller and smaller ... If "Slumdog" even wins ensemble, you know it's a lock for best picture.

Backstage and on the carpet at the SAGs

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A look at what the stars said backstage and on the red carpet at the Screen Actors Guild Awards:

Streep, Penn take top acting awards at SAGs

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Actress Meryl Streep accepts the award for outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role for "Doubt" on Sunday at the 15th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles. (Jae C. Hong/AP)


Meryl Streep of the Roman Catholic drama "Doubt" and Sean Penn of the Harvey Milk film biography "Milk" won lead-acting honors Sunday at the Screen Actors Guild Awards.

The prize for overall cast went to the rags-to-riches saga "Slumdog Millionaire," while Heath Ledger of the Batman blockbuster "The Dark Knight" and Kate Winslet of the Holocaust-themed drama "The Reader" took supporting honors.

Jennifer Hudson tops Chicago Music Awards

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The Chicago Music Awards finally posted the winners from this year's ceremony, held Jan. 18. If you have as much difficulty reading the site as we do (someone please get this organization a decent graphic designer), the top nods are:

Pop Entertainer of the Year: Jennifer Hudson
R&B Entertainer of the Year: Kwiet Storm
Best New Entertainer: Divine Inspiration
Best Female Vocalist: Syleena Johnson
Best Male Vocalist: Ben One

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