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Kanye West redecorates "SNL"; Farm Aid celebrates 25th anniversary; R&B singer Mario arrested in Baltimore


Kanye West changed the scene at "SNL."

--Kanye West did a little redecorating at "Saturday Night Live" this weekend. The rapper covered the program's stripped-down bandstand with a white set-piece, loaded it with white sheet-bearing dancers, and invited a white jacketed Pusha T, of Clipse fame, on for a guest verse.

--On Saturday Jamey Johnston, Norah Jones, Willie Nelson, and Neil Young performed at the 25th annual Farm Aid concert at Milwaukee's Miller Park. Rolling Stone lists some of the highlights.

--R&B singer Mario was arrested on Friday in Baltimore for allegedly smashing up his mother's home.

By Aaron Leitko  | October 4, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  clipse, dave matthews norah jones, farm aid, jeff tweedy, kanye west, mario, neil young, pusha t, saturday night live, willie nelson  
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