This Week: What A Bummer!

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As the summer slipped away this week, it seemed like there was very little in entertainment news to cheer people up. The 10-year anniversary of Princess Diana's death, Owen Wilson's suicide attempt and more Britney Spears drama are just some of this week's downers.

Friday marked the 10th anniversary of the tragic death of Princess Diana. Her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, organized a solemn ceremony in her memory at the Guards' Chapel near Buckingham Palace, with their father Prince Charles in attendance.

Photos: Diana: 10 Years Later
Owen Wilson was hospitalized Sunday after an apparent suicide attempt. Rumors swirled about Wilson's alleged drug use, but his attorney told "Access Hollywood" on Friday that the actor didn't have his stomach pumped and as far as he knew Wilson was only taking anti-depressants.

Photos: Tears Of A Clown
Amy Winehouse canceled her appearance on MTV's Video Music Awards scheduled for Sept. 9. Her record label says she needs time to heal.

Kevin Federline's lawyer says his client has no net income and ex-wife Britney Spears should pay up. Meanwhile, Spears' ex-manager, Larry Rudolph, tried to avoid getting served with a subpoena to testify in a legal proceeding related to what K-Fed's lawyer called the Federline-Spears "issue." He wasn't successful, and finally got served Thursday.

Photos: Britney & K-Fed
This week was definitely a bummer for two of the late Leona Helmsley's grandchildren. They inherited zilch from grandma while her little dog Trouble got 12 million smackers. That ought to buy the pup a whole lot of kibble.

Miss Teen South Carolina, Lauren Caitlin Upton, spent the week doing damage control after she flubbed her answer to a finalist question at the Miss Teen USA pageant last week. The "Today" show gave her a do-over, and she answered the question coherently.

Keith Richards was not satisfied with a Swedish newspaper's scathing review of a Rolling Stones concert there. Richards wrote a letter to the editor demanding, "Write the truth. It was a good show."

It wasn't all doom and gloom for everybody, though.

Dozens of artists, including Beyonce, Shakira, Fergie and Daddy Yankee, were nominated for Latin Grammys this week. The 8th Annual Latin Grammy Awards features awards in 49 categories and will be broadcast live Nov. 8 from the Mandalay Bay Events Center in Las Vegas on Univision from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. ET/PT.

George Strait and Brad Paisley lead the list of nominees with five nods each for the Country Music Association awards. The CMA Awards will be presented Nov. 7 in Nashville. The show will air on ABC.

"Dancing With The Stars" fans learned the names of this year's 12 contestants. Marie Osmond, Jenni Garth, Wayne Newton and Jane Seymour are just some of the celebrities who'll be hitting the dance floor on Sept. 24 on ABC.

Photos: Meet The New "Dancing" Stars
Finally, this week was anything but a bummer for Bruce Springsteen fans. The Boss announced that he will be hitting the road with the E Street Band in October for a North American tour to support his upcoming album, "Magic."

By Judy Faber