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Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts, Suns Dancers, Twilight, and Toby Keith Over the Weekend

Suns Dancers Auditions With Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts So you think you can dance (for the Phoenix Suns, that is)? About 200 women from around the Valley thought so when they showed up at the US Airways Center in Phoenix on Saturday morning to audition for the 2009-2010 Suns Dancers squad. In the end, however, only 16 can make the cut...full story

See: Ashley Roberts at the Suns Dancers Auditions In Photos

Twi-Tour: Twilight Stars Invade Phoenix Despite the fact that vampires don't leave an image in photographs, we've managed to snag several shots from the Twi-Tour Convention. Check out these shots of some of Twilight's celebrities as well as the fans who adore them...see photos

Toby Keith Talks About Him (and the Army) at Cricket ​It's a shame Toby Keith will always be The Angry American. In mainstream consciousness, the Oklahoma-born country singer is a Bush-loving neocon who's always ready to put his boot in Osama bin Laden's ass, thereby making his best effort to preserve The American Way...full story

See: Toby Keith In Photos

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