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T.I. talks down a jumper; JoBros cancel in Mexico; Alice Cooper wants you to get dressed up

T.I.Atlanta police say T.I. helped prevent a suicide on Wednesday. (Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

By Chris Richards

- T.I. is expected in court on Friday for drug charges. But first a good deed. Police say the rap star helped talk a suicidal man down from an Atlanta skyscraper on Wednesday after he heard about the incident on the radio. "I told him it ain't that bad. It'll get better, to put the time and effort into making it better," T.I. told the Associated Press. "I just reminded him know that I know. It looks bad right now, but it can turn around."

- The Jonas Brothers have canceled a date in Monterrey, Mexico due to security concerns related to drug trade violence that continues to plague the country.

- Original shock rocker Alice Cooper is scheduled to deliver a Halloween-themed concert at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Sunday and he wants you to get dressed up, too. Promoters are hosting a costume contest where fans can win free tickets to 2011 concerts at Merriweather, among other prizes. We highly recommend you go as Waka Flocka Flame.

By Chris Richards  | October 14, 2010; 8:50 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Alice Cooper, Jonas Brothers, T.I.  
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