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Lady Gaga to rally against DADT in Maine; Bruno Mars arrested; Radiohead muse on new music

lady gagaGaga continues to protest "don't ask, don't tell." (AP Photo/Matt Sayles)

By Chris Richards

- Lady Gaga is headed to Maine to protest the U.S. military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy. The rally in Portland is being held in hopes that Republican Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins of Maine will vote to allow a repeal of the policy.

- Pop newbie Bruno Mars was arrested on Sunday in Las Vegas on suspicion of narcotics possession, just two weeks before his debut album is scheduled to land in stores.

- Radiohead has finished up a new batch of tunes and bassist Colin Greenwood has written an essay that hints at how they might be released.

By Chris Richards  |  September 20, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags: Bruno Mars, Lady Gaga, Radiohead  
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Does anyone really listen to kooks like Lady(?) Goo-Goo? The subject really doesn't matter as it won't be decided by so-called celebrities.

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