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Dayanara Torres & Amaury Nolasco Split

Former Miss Universe Dayanara Torres and "Prison Break" star Amaury Nolasco have ended their romantic relationship, the couple announced Monday.

"After a year together we have decided to end our relationship. We will always have a beautiful friendship, great love and mutual respect," the couple said in a statement released to People en Espanol.

Torres, 32, and Nolasco, 36, confirmed their romance in July 2007, when the ex-wife and mother of two of Marc Anthony's sons said that the actor was "a really, sweet guy. We get along great."

The couple, both of whom are Puerto Rican, tried to keep a low profile, but were caught by photographers while on various romantic trips together, including to the Dominican Republic and Paris.

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Virginia Film Festival To Honor Danny Glover With A Lifetime Achievement Award

2Danny Glover will be given a lifetime achievement award during a film festival in Norfolk.

The second annual Old Dominion University/City of Norfolk (ONFilm) Festival will be held on the ODU campus and city venues from March 29 through April 5.

The theme is "Reel Politics" and the festival will include free screenings of films examining subjects from Cold War politics to the politics of gender.

Old Dominion said that Glover, an advocate for social rights, will receive his award during a closing gala on April 5 at the Granby Theater.

The 60-year-old actor's film credits include the "Lethal Weapon" series and "The Color Purple" as well as "Saw" and "Dreamgirls."

Aerosmith Guitarist Perry Cancels Show For Knee Surgery

3Aerosmith guitarist Joe Perry is putting down his ax while he goes under the knife.

Spokeswoman Marcee Rondan says Perry is canceling a solo show on April 5 in Niagara Falls, N.Y., while he recovers from knee surgery.

The statement released Monday says Perry has needed knee surgery for two years but put off the procedure so he wouldn't miss any Aerosmith tour dates.

The 57-year-old's knee finally gave out early this month after a pair of performances with his two sons. That prompted his doctor to schedule the surgery for March 18.

Rondan says Perry apologizes to his fans for missing the show.

Tucker Carlson Replaced By David Gregory On MSNBC

4The bow tie is out at MNSBC. David Gregory is replacing Tucker Carlson as host of a one-hour show each evening.

The news network is making a handful of changes to respond to heavy political interest. Gregory's new show is called "Race for the White" and will be on each weekday at 6 p.m. starting next Monday.

Carlson has been at MSNBC for nearly three years.

MSNBC also says that Andrea Mitchell will anchor an hour each afternoon. Keith Olbermann's popular "Countdown" program will rerun every night at 10.

Rapper The Game Released From Jail

5The Game is back in play.

Los Angeles County sheriff's records show that the rapper was released from jail just before midnight on Sunday after serving just eight days of a 60 day sentence.

The 28-year-old entertainer, whose real name is Jayceon Taylor, turned himself in March 2nd at the Twin Towers Correctional Facility.

He was convicted last month of possession of a firearm in a school zone after being accused of pulling a gun on a player from an opposing team during a pickup game at a South Los Angeles school nearly a year ago.

The Game's lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley didn't immediately return a phone message left seeking details about her client's early release.

Matt Damon And Wife Expecting Second Child

The "Bourne Identity" star and People's "Sexiest Man Alive" is creating the magic again, but this time not on the big screen.

According to People, Damon and his wife Luciana are expecting their second child.

The happy couple attended the Empire Film Awards in London on Sunday evening and revealed Luciana's baby bump.

Damon, 37 and Luciana, 32, have another child, Isabella who was born in 2006.

Luicana has a 9-year-old daughter from a previous marriage, PEOPLE reported.

University Of Montana Ups The Anty For Elton John's Return Concert

The University of Montana agreed to raise $75,000 for the Elton John AIDS Foundation, as an inducement for John to perform a sold-out show on April 11th at the Adams Center in Missoula.

The Elton John AIDS Foundation has raised $125 million for AIDS-related work in 55 countries since 1992.

The required donation is spelled out in a memorandum of understanding between UM and the Howard Rose Agency, which represents John.

There was a ticket-selling fiasco for last autumn's Elton John concert in Missoula. Thousands of people stood in line, while nearly all the tickets were sold online.

UM then began courting John for a second concert almost immediately.

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