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Christina Aguilera Arrested, Kings of Leon Baby

  • Christina Aguilera was arrested for public intoxication early this morning in Los Angeles after her boyfriend, Matthew Rutler, was pulled over for driving under the influence, according to TMZ. Aguilera was booked and charged with a misdemeanor, and law enforcement officials told TMZ she appeared “unable to take care of herself.”

  • Kings of Leon‘s Matthew Followill and his wife Johanna Bennett are reportedly expecting their first child, with Bennett expected to deliver in three months. “They are both absolutely thrilled and can’t wait to become a proper family,” said a source close to the Kings. Followill is the first member of his band to be expecting a baby. [The Sun]

  • The Roots have announced the lineup for this year’s annual Roots Picnic in Philadelphia, which features Nas, Wiz Khalifa, Ariel Pink, the Dismemberment Plan, Yelawolf, and others. The Roots Picnic takes place on June 4; tickets go on sale this Friday at Ticketmaster. [OkayPlayer]

  • Pearl Jam, Blitzen Trapper, Bonnie Raitt, Jack Johnson and other top artists are donating live and rare songs to Patagonia to raise money for various environmental charities. The tracks – which include a live version of Pearl Jam’s “Oceans” and the Blitzen Trapper rarity “All the Stones” – are available for $.99 at Patagonia’s official site.

  • Cee Lo Green and Maroon 5‘s Adam Levine have signed on for NBC’s new singing competition series The Voice. The show – in which contestants audition in front of a panel of judges who are turned away from the stage, so the contestant’s physical appearance doesn’t influence decision-making – is set to premiere on April 26 at 9 P.M. [Entertainment Weekly]

  • After stints performing with the Cribs and Modest Mouse, ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr will focus on a solo career and plans to release two albums within the next 18 months. [Billboard]