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Viewers Want Tina Fey To Replace David Letterman

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  Original Published: 4/15/2014

The people have spoken and Tina Fey is the winner. And why did Miley Cyrus give up her new puppy. Dave Stewart has these stories and more in your Hollywood Minute. Viewers would apparently rather have Tina Fey, not Stephen Colbert, to replace David Letterman. A social media study by marketing company Keyhole shows Fey was favored three to one. The company analyzed mentions of the hastag Letterman replacements. The study tracked about 2,500 posts by over 2,000 tweeps. Michael Jackson's mom may be footing the legal bulls for concert promoter AEG Live. A California judge issued the tentative ruling Monday that could force her to fork over more than $800,000, a ruling Mrs. Jackson will appeal. Mrs. Jackson sued AEG for Michael Jackson's wrongful death last year, for hiring Dr. Conrad Murray, the doctor who have her son the powerful sedatives that contributed to his death. She lost that case but has since appealed the jury's verdict. Miley Cyrus got a new puppy hoping to ease the pain of losing her dog, Floyd, but it just didn't work out. The "Wrecking Ball" singer made the announcement n Twitter saying, "Moonie, thank-you for giving me so much love, comfort and peace. It's just too soon for me right now." Moonie was a gift from Miley's mother. The dog is now living with a family friend.

   
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