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Posted at 1:18 PM ET, 03/ 1/2011

In other news: Bristol lands book deal; Christina Aguilera busted for public intoxication

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Christina Aguilera, 2011. (AP/David Drapkin)

  • Busted: Christina Aguilera, who was briefly taken into custody Tuesday morning for public drunkenness, People reports. The pop-singer, 30, was blotto in the passenger seat of a car driven by boyfriend, Matthew Rutler, who was cited for drunk driving. Aguilera was released later that morning; no charges likely.

  • Teen mom/abstinence advocate Bristol Palin has inked a deal with William Morrow, to publish her memoir, titled "Not Afraid of Life," this summer, reports Associated Press. According to the publisher, it's a coming of age tale -- covering everything from the halcyon days of Palin's Wasilla youth, to the media frenzy of her mother's political ascent, to the implosion of her relationship with baby-daddy Levi Johnston. Morrow did not disclose how much Palin is getting for the book.

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    A memoir really!It will only be 20 pages. This girl has nothing to write about. GET A JOB instead of trying to make money selling nothing. Shame on any publisher who would do this.

    Posted by: jazzy35 | March 2, 2011 7:48 AM | Report abuse

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