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Singer Billy Joel To Receive Prestigious Award

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  Original Published: 7/23/2014

Singer Bill Joel will soon add another award to his long list of honors. And Justin Bieber is upsetting neighbors again. Mary Mueller has that and more in today's Hollywood Minute. Billy Joel will receive "The Gershwin Prize for Popular Song" from the Library of Congress in November. The announcement was made Tuesday. The award will honor Joel's achievements spanning his long career in music. The Piano Man is the sixth best-selling artist of all time. Justin Bieber's new neighbors in Beverly Hills are not happy with his partying. Police say they received several noise complaints over the weekend. A neighbor says she saw several party guests and could hear music pounding from his condo. Police haven't charged Bieber with disturbing the peace because they say officers didn't witness a disturbance. Bieber is on probation for egging a neighbor's home in Calabasas in January. What do Kim Kardashian and the Environmental Protection Agency have in common? The mention of Kardashian's new app called: Kim Kardashian Hollywood," a game where players try to reach A-list celebrity status. Monday, the EPA shared on Twitter that it was only at the C-list level of the game. It's not clear how the automated tweet was made, but Tuesday the EPA apologized for the mistake and thanked Kardashian for the hype.

   
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