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Singer Bret Michaels suing cruise promoter in Minnesota court

Michaels says he's owed $500,000 for a cruise ship performance. The cruise company says they asked the singer to knock off part of his fee because of weak ticket sales.
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Michaels says he's owed $500,000 for a cruise ship performance. The cruise company says they asked the singer to knock off part of his fee because of weak ticket sales.

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