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Mary J. Blige heads to the (shopping) mall; Velvet Underground's Moe Tucker joins Tea Party; Justin Timberlake prefers wax; "Glee" breaks Beatles record


Future's so bright... (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)

By Chris Richards

- Did Mary J. Blige's concert tour skip Baltimore? Or did Mary J. Blige's sunglasses-promotion tour skip D.C.? The R&B star visited the Nordstrom at Towson Town Center mall Wednesday evening to promote a new line of shades and take photos with fans. Blige performs at Jiffy Lube Live, tonight. Click Track will be there, sunglasses at night and everything.

- Meantime, strange news bites abound:

Velvet Underground alum Moe Tucker rolls with the Tea Party; Kanye West's new muse is continuing to gain attention; the cast of "Glee" have broken a record held by the Beatles; and while Justin Timberlake prefers vinyl to MP3s, don't expect vinyl booster and patron saint of all things analog, Steve Albini, to produce his next album.

By Chris Richards  | October 7, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Justin Timberlake, Kanye West, Mary J. Blige, Moe Tucker, Steve Albini, Velvet Underground, the Beatles  
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