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* This week’s Justin-Britney fix includes his PDA’s with Cameron Diaz on the slopes in Vail, while Britney’s marital bliss proved short-lived; fifty-five hours to be exact.

* Paris Hilton is going out with Backstreet Boy Nick Carter as her boyfriend du jour, making their “relationship” official last week at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah.

* Despite controversial content including black/white supremacy and “Great Moments in Hookup History,” Dave Chappelle’s sketch comedy show has been renewed for a second-season on Comedy Central.

* Microsoft’s new SmartWatch hit the streets recently with a modest price tag of $200. The gadget’s features include wireless internet links to messaging, sports scores, headlines and, of course, the time.

* White Stripes frontman Jack White pleaded innocent Jan. 14 against charges that he assaulted a member of another Detroit band, The Von Bondies. Jason Stollsteimer, the accuser, suffered a broken nose and cheekbone while White maintains self-defense.

* Homemaker extraordinaire Martha Stewart will undergo the preliminary stages of her trial in which she defends her name against accusations of insider trading. Time will tell if she ever learns how to color coordinate a jail cell.

* 29.4 million viewers tuned into the season premiere of “American Idol” on Monday night. Just like the previous two seasons, judge Simon Cowell dished out the disses and kissed up to the Misses.

* Ben Stiller and Jennifer Aniston’s new flick “Along Came Polly” dethroned “Lord of the Rings: Return of the King” as the number one box-office money-maker this week, proving once and for all that Middle Earth has finally lost its fire.

* The Michael Jackson accusation saga continues, with the King of Pop denying all seven charges of molestation in a California courthouse on Jan. 16. Despite his pleas, the public still seems to think he got into Billy’s jeans.