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By JENNIFER VANDER SANDEN
Updated 6:45 AM CDT, Wed, Jan 13, 2010

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Co-no! "Tonight Show" host Conan O'Brien says if he's bumped back to an 11:00pm (CT) start, he'll bail. In a written statement released yesterday, O'Brien made his disappointment with the schedule shake-up clear. NBC said Sunday it planned to move "The Jay Leno Show" from it's prime-time position to 10:35 pm (CT), right after your local news, bumping the "Tonight Show" by a half hour. O'Brien said he doesn't feel like the network gave him enough time to build an audience. NBC has yet to comment on Conan's statement. The funnyman made light of the situation during his monologue last night, saying quote, "when I was a little boy, I remember watching "The Tonight Show with Johnny  Carson" and thinking, someday, I'm going to host that show for 7 months."

R&B singer Usher claims more than a million dollars worth of jewelry and other luxury items were taken from his car just before Christmas, according to TMZ.com. The police report on the incident says Usher and a friend went into an AT&T store when someone broke into his GMC Yukon, taking all sorts of Christmas gifts, personal belongings including $50,000 in furs, a computer, and more than a million bucks in jewelry. Our question...who drives around with all that in their car?

Prosecutors close the rape case against magician David Copperfield, according to People.com. About three years ago a former Miss Washington claimed Copperfield raped her on his private island in the Bahamas. Prosecutors gave no reason as to why the charges had been dropped.

It's splitsville for Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, according to Perez Hilton. Sources tell the gossip guru the pair have gone their separate ways.

And rumors surface saying Tiger Woods has checked into rehab for the treatment of sex addiction. A sex-therapy expert claims the gold pro checked in around New Year's and will get out around Valentine's Day.

First Published: Jan 13, 2010 6:37 AM CDT
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