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Community service for Ortiz-Magro

Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, of MTV's "Jersey Shore," has been admitted into a pretrial intervention program that will allow him to avoid a criminal record for an assault that was shown on the show's first season, The Associated Press reports. The 25-year-old Bronx resident appeared yesterday in New Jersey Superior Court in Toms River. Judge Stephanie Wauters told Ortiz-Magro that he'd be in the program for 18 months and asked if he'd be willing to do community service during that time. The Asbury Park Press reports that he said he would, though the judge did not specify what or how much.

Black to debut new song on her YouTube channel

Rebecca Black is releasing a new single -- her first since "Friday" became a viral sensation, The Hollywood Reporter reports. "My Moment" will debut on Black's YouTube channel at 8 p.m. next Monday, as well as on the singer's official website, rebeccablackonline.com. The following day, the song will be available for purchase on iTunes and other online retailers. The song's accompanying video features footage of Black, 14, receiving an award at her junior high school and attending red carpet premieres to "tell the story of her sudden rise to fame," according to a statement.

'Dr. Drew' rehab show goes on hiatus

VH1's "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew" Pinsky will be going on hiatus after the current fifth season concludes, Newsday contributor Frank Lovece reports. "That's correct for the time being. But we'd love to do it again when Drew's schedule lightens up," a VH1 spokesman said, confirming a report first posted on RadarOnline.com saying that Pinsky was too busy with his many projects to continue doing the show. In addition to "Celebrity Rehab" and his practice, Pinsky hosts HLN's "Dr. Drew" and the daily "Dr. Drew's Lifechangers," which begins this fall on The CW.

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