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Arcade Fire performs SNL; Sugarland settles lawsuit with ex-bandmate; Jessica Simpson is engaged

By Chris Richards

- Arcade Fire played "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend. Get yourself caught up. They also appeared in the Digital Short above. Is Arcade Fire to rock-n-roll what Andy Samberg is to comedy?

- Chart-topping pop-country duo Sugarland have settled a $14 million dollar lawsuit from founding member Kristen Hall who claimed she was owed a third of the band's profits. Hall left the band in December 2005.

- And more pop tidbits: Jessica Simpson is getting married, Ne-Yo is a dad, Lil Wayne just recorded a new song and Justin Bieber just released one.

- And in case you missed it in yesterday's Post, here's DeNeen Brown's profile American music icon Quincy Jones.

By Chris Richards  | November 15, 2010; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Arcade Fire, Jessica Simpson, Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo, Sugarland  
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