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*NSYNC's Pop video debuted in North America. Limp Bizkit's Fred Durst is gonna be a Da - Da again. Remember rocker Alanis Morissette? She's been testing her new songs out in L.A.
How big are Shaq's feet? What was the first hockey puck made from? What did the Japanese do for sporting fun back in ancient times? Read on to find out some freaky and funny sports facts.
Kevin has the 411 on Midtown Madness. It's a driving game where you cruise around the city crashing into cars and buildings. Check out why Kevin says it's not a game for your little brother.
Armor-wearing Heath Ledger stars in the medieval summer hit A Knight's Tale. Find out how the soundtrack - with rock songs from Queen, David Bowie,Third Eye Blind and Robbie Williams rates.
The newest big game systems are in stores now. All you need to get one is all the money you have in the entire world. Keeping up with all the cool new toys can cost a fortune!
This movie blends modern day rock with medieval settings and futuristic costumes. I actually had to see this movie twice to decide if I liked it or not. Wanna know what the final decision was?
Last night Backstreet Boys: Larger Than Life aired on CBS. Fans who weren't able to attend the Black and Blue Tour got to see the guys perform songs from their Black and Blue CD in L.A.
Ever see a celeb couple and think that they're totally tight? What about that couple at school who are always holding hands? Ya think it's real love but the next thing ya know they're toast.
Sugar Ray are best known for their pop hit Fly and hot lead singer Mark McGrath. They chose the name cuz they admired boxer Sugar Ray Leonard. Look for the new CD Sugar Ray on June 12, 2001.
He's the most intimidating player for rugby's most intimidating team. Jonah Lomu of the New Zealand All Blacks is a hard man to bring down and he has a stereo that could blow your ears off.