ADDED: Beyonce Knowles and Metallica are the latest additions to the performance lineup at the 2003 MTV Video Music Awards, to be held Aug. 28 at New York’s Radio City Music Hall, reports Billboard. They join previously announced performers Mary J. Blige, 50 Cent, Good Charlotte, Coldplay and Christina Aguilera, as well as Jay-Z, Britney Spears, Missy Elliott, Sean Paul, Mya, Method Man, Iggy Pop, tennis queen Serena Williams and the Fab Five from “Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.”
RATED: The Top 10 TV shows of the week, according to Nielsen Media Research, were as follows: “Who Wants to Marry My Dad?” NBC, 11.1 million; “Everybody Loves Raymond,” CBS, 11.1 million; “60 Minutes,” CBS, 10.7 million; “King of Queens,” CBS, 10 million; “CSI: Miami,” CBS, 10 million; “Big Brother” (Wednesday), CBS, 9.9 million; “For Love or Money,” NBC, 9.9 million; “Big Brother” (Tuesday), CBS, 9.7 million; “Law & Order: Criminal Intent,” NBC, 9.2 million; “60 Minutes II,” CBS, 9.2 million.
POSTPONED: The Rolling Stones canceled a concert Wednesday in Amsterdam after frontman Mick Jagger, 60, came down with a sore throat, reports Reuters. The show’s organizer, Mojo, said the concert likely would be rescheduled for Sept. 22. Earlier this month the Stones canceled a gig in Spain owing to Jagger’s laryngitis. They said they’d reschedule that show for Sept. 19.
CONFIRMED: After earlier reports that something was missing, Latin crooner Enrique Iglesias, 28, has admitted to TV’s “Access Hollywood” that his trademark mole was indeed removed, after a doctor recently told him it could lead to cancer. He wasn’t looking to lose it but didn’t have an emotional attachment to it, especially after the doctor’s news, he said. The procedure reportedly took about 5 minutes.