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Jennifer Love Hewitt, Guns N' Roses; more music news

Jennifer Love Hewitt, Guns N’ Roses; more music news — J. Love goes ”BareNaked” on new release; porn actresses cavort at Elton John’s house, and other music news

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Jennifer Love Hewitt — remember her? — is coming back with a vengeance. According to a release issued by Jive Records, her single ”BareNaked” will hit the airwaves on July 1, with her album of the same name coming out in September. She wrote the song with Meredith (”Bitch”) Brooks, who produced the album. Plus, her movie ”The Tuxedo,” with Jackie Chan, opens in August. Now you know what she’s doing this summer….

Did Joey Fatone secretly marry? The New York Daily News reported Thursday that the ‘N Sync singer and his high-school sweetheart Kelly Baldwin, who gave birth to his daughter Brianna last year, have quietly wed. However, MTV quotes the 24-year-old Fatone’s reps as denying the report of the marriage….

You wouldn’t necessarily associate Elton John with porn actresses, but several of them showed up at his house recently for a Vanity Fair photo shoot, according to Launch.com. John’s pal, photographer David LaChapelle, got the piano man’s permission to use his house in the south of France for the shoot, which featured such Vivid Video thespians as Jenna Jameson, Taylor Hayes, and Samantha Samson. John was apparently not home at the time, so Samson took the opportunity to take a leisurely tour and check out his art collection. She says, ”I went into the house, and inside was all amazing male erotic art on the walls — quite vivid, you know?” Yes, ”vivid” seems to be the operative word here….

Nearly a decade after their last tour, will tour the United States again this fall, with new members and new material, Rolling Stone reports. The band, which contains only singer Axl Rose and Dizzy Reed from its original incarnation, will play the States from September to December, after performing at a few concerts in Asia and Europe. The current lineup has only played live three times in the last few years, most notably at two New Year’s Eve shows in Las Vegas. Still no word on when ”Chinese Democracy,” the band’s years-in-the-making comeback album, might be released.

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