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On the eve of St. Patrick’s Day, Irish eyes — and Irish musicalacts — were definitely smiling. As measured by sales on Amazon.com,albums by shamrockers held five of the top 10 spots on itsInternational Music best-seller list — and a few of them enjoyed abump in sales that must have had their non-Irish counterpartsgreen with envy.SALES POS.

The Corrs (VH1 Presents the Corrs Live in Dublin) 78 15Enya (A Day Without Rain) 29 26John McDermott(A Time to Remember) 56 41The Cranberries (Wake Up and Smell the Coffee) 539 190The Irish Tenors (The Irish Tenors) 522 292

* SOURCE: AMAZON.COM; REFLECTS SALES FROM 3/8 & 3/14

”[Russell Crowe and I] had a nice thing about wanting to befriends. And then that tabloid stuff happened. That really hurtmy feelings. Here I am having a miscarriage with Jim [Barber]’sbaby, and Russell’s worried about his image.”

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”[Russell Crowe and I] had a nice thing about wanting to befriends. And then that tabloid stuff happened. That really hurtmy feelings. Here I am having a miscarriage with Jim [Barber]’sbaby, and Russell’s worried about his image.”

”You know Kurt was enamored of Hollywood…. He was entrancedby the whole Hollywood thing…. Nobody had any idea becausethey all had this picture of St. Kurt the Unambitious. But it’slike, Oh, God, please! He’s more ambitious than Ashley Judd onlatte!”

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