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Kesha Reportedly Told Dr. Luke In Advance That Her Billboard Music Awards Performance Wasn't About Him — But He Pulled The Plug Anyway!

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To say that Kesha has had a rough year seems like a bit of an understatement.

Not only was the We R Who We R singer denied her injunction bid against Dr. Luke, but now she won't be performing at the Billboard Music Awards!

Related: Celine Dion Opens Up About Late Husband Ahead Of Her BBMAs Performance

On Tuesday we learned that the music producer was not going to allow her to perform at the award show this Sunday — probably because he heard rumors that she was planning a 'statement performance.'

Despite Kesha taking to Instagram to share that her number at the award show was not going to address her history with the producer and simply be a tribute to Bob Dylan, it looks like she's one act that we'll have to miss.

But what puzzles us is that a source told People the 29-year-old wrote to Dr. L about the performance before he canceled it! The insider dished:

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Celine Dion Will Pay Musical Tribute To Paris At The AMAs — See What She'll Be Singing HERE

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This is so wonderful.

The attacks in Paris last Friday have left the whole world shaken and heartbroken.

While we've already seen some celebrity reactions to the terrible events last week, we think it's a great idea to continue to bring awareness and pay tribute to the victims of the attack.

Related: French Police Confirm Mastermind Who Planned Paris Attacks Was Killed In Raids

That's why we love the idea that Celine Dion will be doing a special performance at the 2015 American Music Awards on Sunday to pay tribute to those affected by the tragedy.

Celine is set to perform a special rendition of

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Dick Clark's Staff Is Torn Up Over His Death

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Dick Clark's Staff Is Torn Up Over His Death

Ryan Secrest is just one of MANY mourning the loss of the show biz great.

Countless lives were affected by the late Dick Clark, but few will miss Dick more than his staff at Dick Clark Productions.

We're told DCP held a company meeting to break news of their boss' passing to employees hours before the news got out to the public.

From what we hear from insiders:

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Despite Legal Woes, The Golden Globes Must Go On!

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Thank goodness!

We can't stand it when things get in the way of award season!

To recap, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association and Dick Clark Productions are being total bitches to one another.

One is all like OMG, STOP IT! And the other is just sooo OVER IT!

But thankfully, the two can front a unified face for the Golden Globes this year which will air on NBC, January 15.


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Oscars Golden Globes Drama Continues!

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Last we heard about the Golden Globes drama between Dick Clark Productions (DCP) and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA), we were reassured that the Globes would continue to air, one way or another.

That's comforting to know, especially because a U.S. District Court judge ruled yesterday that the HFPA's lawsuit against DCP can move forward.

As we mentioned before, the HFPA filed a lawsuit against DCP last November for negotiating "a new contract with NBC without consulting the HFPA leadership first."

Here's what HFPA president Philip Berk had to say, after being given the O-K to proceed with their lawsuit:

"We are thrilled that the federal judge ruled in our favor that our lawsuit, claiming that DCP has no right to the Golden Globe Awards beyond 2011, has merit. We will continue the fight to reclaim all of our rights."

More from HFPA's lead litigator Linda J. Smith:

"We are delighted that the judge agreed with us and refused to accept the argument by Dick Clark Productions and Red Zone that they have any clear claim to control the broadcast rights to any future Golden Globe Awards show. Now that their attempt to evade responsibility for their bad-faith conduct has been rejected, we look forward to presenting our evidence at trial."

Sounds like things are looking up for the HFPA. Hopefully this doesn't get TOO ugly!


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Dick Vs The Globes

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There's a war being thrown down in Hollywood today and it's between Dick Clark and the Hollywood Foreign Press Association.

According to sources, the HFPA has filed a lawsuit against Dick Clark Prods., which they are in turn looking to have dismissed. Back in November, the HFPA filed the suit claiming that DCP had "surreptitiously" extended a licensing agreement with NBC through 2018 "without their consent or authorization," even after HFPA informed them not to do so.

Dick Clark Prods., having produced the show since 1983, filed a motion on Friday to have the suit thrown out as they contend that their contract explicitly gives them the right to get extensions of control over the telecast as producers. The HFPA insists that the contract language was made in "error or is being misinterpreted."

Well, someone had to sign off on this language and whoever did should the one ya'll are going after. If their contract says they can have the show for another decade, that's what the contract says!

This is sure to but a damper on the evening for execs on Sunday! Phew!

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Golden Globes Dramz!

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The Hollywood Foreign Press Association is NOT happy with Dick Clark Productions.

The association is suing Dick Clark Productions, claiming that DCP signed an agreement with NBC to broadcast the Golden Globes without getting their consent first.

According to the suit, the HFPA is accusing Dick Clark Productions and their parent company of trademark infringement and breach of contract.

Why is this such a problem for the HFPA? The group claims that the broadcast rights to the Globes were sold "well below market rates."

The HFPA also seems to think that Dick Clark Productions are misrepresenting themselves as owners of digital right to the Globes.

Dramarama, Dick Clark Prods!

Here's what DCP had to say about the HFPA's allegations:

"Our respective rights under the contract are clear. The HFPA cannot unilaterally change the basis on which DCP and the HFPA have done business for almost three decades."

Here's what the HFPA have said in their lawsuit:

"[Dick Clark Productions'] bad-faith conduct creates uncertainty about the broadcast rights for the Golden Globe Awards show and severely compromises HFPA's ability to exploit its property."

We certainly hope that this doesn't affect the upcoming Golden Globe Awards show.

Guess we'll see how this plays out!

Do U think Dick Clark Productions is in the wrong here?

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