The singer must report to jail by March 20 and must undergo an 18-month alcohol rehab program.
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• Yesterday, Bobby Brown pled no contest to DUI and driving on a suspended license charges stemming from an October 24 arrest in California. The singer was sentenced to 55 days in jail and four years probation. In addition, Brown must complete an 18-month alcohol treatment program. Brown is set to begin serving his sentence on March 20. [People]
• Prince Michael Jackson not only has a new job as an entertainment reporter for Entertainment Tonight, but he'll also make his acting debut very soon. He will guest star on the upcoming season finale of 90210. Jackson will play a trauma victim. [EOnline]
• Chris Brown opened up about his biggest mistake at Elton John's Oscar viewing party. Inside he told an Entertainment Weekly reporter, "I've made mistakes and I made, you know, the biggest mistake of all them on a night. Things got out of hand. I was a kid and I didn't understand things going on in my head. I've grown a lot since then and I know things now I didn't get then. I know some people still talk about it but I'm the one who learned the lesson and I know I'm a different person now." [Entertainment Weekly]
• Alicia Keys is the subject of this Sunday's episode of Oprah's Master Class. The singer will talk about growing up in New York, her music and her marriage to Swizz Beatz. The episode aires this Sunday at 10 p.m. Checkout a sneak peek below: