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Hollywood Minute Says It's Britney Spears Mania In Las Vegas

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  Original Published: 9/18/2013 It's Britney Spears mania in Las Vegas! And, Mad Men will be ending in 2015. With this story and your latest entertainment news, here's Andrew Spencer. Pop singer Britney Spears is hitting the Vegas strip. Spears tweeted her helicopter arrival Tuesday morning to "Sin City" where tons of adoring fans awaited her arrival. She announced she will be doing a two-year run at the Planet Hollywood resort and casino, performing her smash hits. The new show ill be called "Piece of Me" and tickets are on sale now. It's official, "Mad Men" will be sticking around until 2015. The final season of the TV show that's attracting millions will be split into two parts. AMC confirmed the first seven episodes will air in spring of next year. Then fans will have to go through Don Draper withdrawal, waiting until 2015 to see the final episodes. It's the tribute you'll want to see. Sunday's Emmy Awards show will include special tributes for some beloved actors who died in the past year. Two big name stars who will be remembered are "Soprano's" actor James Gandolfini and "Glee" actor Corey Monteith. Edie Falco, who played Gandolfini's wife on the Soprano's for eight years will be involved in his tribute. And co-star Jane Lynch will present Monteith's tribute.
   
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