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Reese Witherspoon Apologies In The Hollywood Minute

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  Original Published: 4/23/2013 Reese Witherspoon apologizes for some embarrassing comments to a police officer.   Neil Diamond plans to record a new tribute song.   And a casting shakeup on "The X-Factor."    Carl Azuz has more in th Hollywood Minute.   Reese Witherspoon is hoping to avoid a conviction for disorderly conduct.   In an Atlanta courtroom Monday, the actress's layer worked out a deal that would involve a pre-trial intervention program.   Witherspoon's husband was arrested for driving under the influence Friday night.   She has been charged with interfering with his arrest.   According to th arrest report, Witherspoon asked the officer "do you know my name?" and said "you are going to be on national news."   In a statement, she later aid, "I clearly had one drink too many and I am deeply embarrassed about the things I said."   Singer and song-writer Neil Diamond has been inspired to record a ne song after last week's bombings at the Boston Marathon.   Diamond says the new material is "not just about this bombing in Boston, but what we're going through with all of these tragedies," referring to recent mass shootings in Aurora, Colorado and Newtown, Connecticut.   On Saturday, Diamond performed an inspired rendition of his classic hit "Sweet Caroline," a signature song for Boston Red Sox fans, at Fenway Park.   And, Khloe Kardashian is off "The X-Factor."   In a statement, a spokesperson for the Fox show ays they really enjoyed working with her, and wih her all the best in her future endeavors.   Her co-host, Mario Lopez, will be flying solo once the show starts its third season this fall.  
   
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