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Jim Morrison may be pardoned; Taylor Swift expands trophy monopoly; Lil Wayne gets to work

By Chris Richards

doorsPardon me. (AP file photo).

- The late Doors frontman Jim Morrison may receive a posthumous pardon for exposing himself on a Miami stage in 1969. "It's something that I haven't given a lot of thought to, but it's something I'm willing to look into in the time I have left," Florida Governor Charlie Crist told The Hill, "Anything is possible. Stay tuned."

- Remember when Click Track recently reported that Taylor Swift can't win every award? Just kidding! Young Swift was named country music songwriter of the year at Tuesday's BMI Awards. Because of the release dates of her previous album "Fearless" and her current chart-topper "Speak Now," the 20-year-old is only up for one prize at tonight's CMA Awards.

- Four days after being released from Rikers Island, Lil Wayne was back in the lab, recording new verses at Miami's fabled Hit Factory studios, MTV News reports.

By Chris Richards  | November 10, 2010; 10:00 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Jim Morrison, Lil Wayne, Taylor Swift, The Doors  
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