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Daily Hollywood – The Black Keys Sue, Swedish House Mafia Stops Touring, and More

Lilian Min |
June 25, 2012 | 12:06 a.m. PDT

Executive Producer

Filed under: weird and wacky lawsuit of the day. The Black Keys are suing Pizza Hut after the chain used a song similar to the group’s “Gold on the Ceiling” in a new commercial. (Stereogum)

If you’re looking to see Swedish House Mafia in concert, you better start ponying up some cash now. The Swedish trio announced on their website over the weekend that their upcoming tour will be their last. Three European shows have already been announced; a final round of U.S. stops is reportedly in the works. (Billboard)

“Family Guy” and the Twilight franchise, unite! Well, not completely: Kellan Lutz will be appearing (in vocal form) as Meg’s crush in a future episode of the animated series. (EW)

Jennifer Hudson is coming to Broadway by way of the small screen: she’s signed on for a multi-episode arc in NBC’s theatre series “Smash.” (Vulture)

Ah, the lives of the rich and famous: Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin have bought a $10.4 million mansion in Mandeville Canyon. (Celebuzz)

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