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FNC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 22, 2005
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(Waveland, Mississippi: Shepard Smith) Tonight's stories: CMT's statement that it will restore the past glamour of the Miss America pageant; the British tabloid that printed the photos of model Kate Moss snorting cocaine turning the source tape over to police; the Johnny Cash movie "Walk the Line" playing at Folsom Prison; Jamie Foxx letting fellow actor Colin Farrell crash at his place after his rehab stint; singer Gwen Stefani's announcement of her pregnancy at a concert; the season finale of "Nip/Tuck"; singer Ashlee Simpson home in Texas after a collapse in Japan; actress Christina Ricci's upcoming guest spot on "Gray's Anatomy."

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