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Weezy joins Drake; Pulp reunites for European festivals; Courtney Love still Courtney Love

By David Malitz

weezyLil Wayne arrives to his welcome home party in Miami on Sunday night. (AP Photo/Jeffrey M. Boan)

- It didn't take long for Lil Wayne to get back on stage. The newly freed rapper joined protege Drake at his concert in Las Vegas on Friday night on the last night of the "Light Dreams & Nightmares" tour. Weezy's probation says he must stay alcohol and drug-free for the next three years or he faces the possibility of going back to jail.

- Brit-pop icons Pulp will reform next summer for their first shows since 2001. So far only European festival dates have been announced. Is "Different Class" the best British album of the '90s? Just throwing it out there.

- The New York Times catches up with Courtney Love. It goes about as expected.

By David Malitz  | November 8, 2010; 10:30 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Courtney Love, Drake, Lil Wayne, Pulp  
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