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Posted at 9:45 AM ET, 11/29/2010

Willie Nelson busted; Black Eyed Peas confirmed for Super Bowl; Taylor Swift hearts Jake Gyllenhaal?

By Chris Richards

Willie NelsonWillie Nelson: Busted. Again. (Los Angeles Times photo by Genaro Molina)

As you nosh on Thanksgiving leftovers for breakfast, here's a quick recap of what happened in popland over the holiday weekend:

- Country icon Willie Nelson was charged with marijuana possession in Texas on Friday.

- The Black Eyed Peas have been booked for the Super Bowl halftime show at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas on Feb. 6. [Insert wardrobe malfunction joke here.]

- Taylor Swift was seen canoodling with Jake Gyllenhaal in Nashville.

- And finally, Wolf Blitzer learned to Dougie at Sunday's Soul Train Awards.

By Chris Richards  | November 29, 2010; 9:45 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Black Eyed Peas, Taylor Swift, Willie Nelson  
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Comments

Hmmmmm....sounds like another rookie Texas Trooper busted Willie again; I thought that the state police down here included that as part of the orientation..."don't bust Willie, for land's sake!"

Posted by: JohnDinHouston | November 30, 2010 2:01 PM | Report abuse

In other news, water was charged with being wet that very same day in Texas.

Posted by: dkp01 | November 30, 2010 4:16 PM | Report abuse

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