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Billy V: Conrad Murray, Boy George, Cher

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Conrad Murray, the doctor involved in the Michael Jackson wrongful death scandal, has struck a deal with a British documentary company for a one episode television special that chronicles his first day back on the job, November 23, 2009. The crew followed Murray for the entire day at work and to his church. The show won't air until all the Jackson lawsuits are settled; Murray hasn't been paid yet.

A British judge has denied an appeal by former Culture Club singer Boy George to appear on a reality television series that would begin in January. George was denied the chance because he is on probation for assaulting a male escort and it was decided allowing him to appear would undermine the confidence of the people in the country's judicial system.

Cher's home in over on the Kohala side of the Big Island will be auctioned off January 18. The home is estimated to be valued at between $8 and $12 million. She recently unloaded her Malibu home and the Big Island property estimated to be worth $20 million when she bought it will sell for probably $8-12 million.

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