The Cricket's Daily 3: Big haul for the Shelton/Lambert family

Published November 2, 2012 7:16 am
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Here's what's happening today in pop culture:

• Blake Shelton won "Entertainer of the Year" honors at last night's Country Music Association Awards. He also won male vocalist of the year, while his wife Miranda Lambert was named female vocalist of the year – and their duet "Over You" was picked as song of the year. [The Hollywood Reporter]

• Who are the super-rich voting for on Tuesday? Michael Bloomberg, the media tycoon and mayor of New York City, has endorsed Barack Obama – while Mitt Romney received the support of energy entrepreneur (and "Simpsons" character) C. Montgomery Burns. [USA Today, Los Angeles Times]

• Is 50 a lifetime? The organizers of the Golden Globes apparently think so, as they're giving their lifetime achievement honor – the Cecil B. deMille Award – to 50-year-old Jodie Foster. [Entertainment Weekly]



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