The glasses John Lennon wore on a 1966 Beatles tour of Japan have sparked a bidding frenzy in cyberspace after reaching $1.5 million at auction. Online auction house 991.com has been inundated with bids from Lennon fans keen to claim the glass-less spectacles, which the late rocker gave to the Fab Four's translator as a gift. Until recently, the glasses belonged to an American collector. Bidding for the item is open until July 31.
Comic book guru Stan Lee is working with Paris Hilton on a new cartoon series for MTV. Details are sketchy at present but the Marvel comics superhero creator admits she's delighted with the project so far. He tells TV Guide magazine, "She won't be your typical superhero. It's a very refreshing and compelling situation comedy. I like her, she's a very nice, lovely girl."
Former Doctor Who Peter Davison is set to travel back in time again after joining the London cast of comedy musical Monty Python's Spamalot. The actor, who portrayed TV's time-travelling Doctor between 1981 and 1984, will play King Arthur in the stage spectacular later this year.
Transformers actor Shia LaBeouf has been dating Puerto Rican model and musician Vaya for the last two months.
Mystery, Alaska star Megyn Price is celebrating after becoming a first-time mother. The actress, who starred alongside Russell Crowe and Hank Azaria in the 1999 movie, gave birth to a baby girl on Friday. Price and her husband, a doctor, will name the child Grace.
Annie Lennox's first album for four years, Songs Of Mass Destruction, will include new tune Sing, which features contributions from 23 female superstars, including Madonna, Faith Hill, Dido, Celine Dion, Shakira and Pink.
American Idol judge Paula Abdul has found love again - she's dating a restaurateur. The Straight Up singer attended the New York City premiere of new movie Hairspray earlier this week with J.T. Torregiani. And during an appearance on The Today Show, a coy Abdul admitted the pair are in a relationship. She said, "It's looking upwards. Things are good right now. He's a good guy."
Amy Winehouse has confounded British bookmakers by showing up to play a concert on Tuesday, following a string of cancellations. The Back To Black singer called off three recent performances, citing "exhaustion", and led gambling chain William Hill to offer 1/2 odds on Winehouse appearing at the Eden Project in Cornwall, England on July 17. However, Winehouse fulfilled her commitment by playing the gig.
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