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Madonna says she doesn't support drugs, Lopez to perform in Brazil

posted 27 Mar 2012, 13:19 by Sam Mbale   [ updated 27 Mar 2012, 13:21 ]

The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Madonna says she was not making a drug reference, Jennifer Lopez is set to perform in Brazil, and Dionne Warwick is honored for her career.

REUTERS / YOUTUBE.COM/UMF TV  - Madonna has fired back, saying she was not making a drug reference at the Ultra Music Festival when she asked the crowd if they had seen "Molly" - a slang term for ecstasy. The singer released a statement saying that she never has supported drug use and was referring to the song, "Have you seen Molly," written by Cedric Gervais.

Jennifer Lopez has announced that she will perform in Brazil for the very first time this summer. The singer said she will take part in the Pop Music Festival in Sao Paulo on June 23 and perform in Rio de Janeiro on June 27.

Liam Neeson hit the red carpet in New York for the premiere of "Wrath of the Titans" - the sequel to "Clash of the Titans." Neeson plays Zeus in the film. Joining him was actor Sam Worthington, who returns as character Perseus. The film opens on March 30.

Finally, Dionne Warwick was honored by the Los Angeles Grammy Museum, which unveiled an exhibit honoring her 50 year career. The singer - who is also Whitney Houston's cousin - seemed in good spirits, even singing one of her biggest hits, "What the World Needs Now Is Love."

Bob Mezan, Reuters.