The following represents a tentative list of stories scheduled to run on Entertainment Video Online (EVO). Please note that some items are only tentatively scheduled for coverage and subject to logistics, client requests and internal editorial decisions.

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ENTERTAINMENT VIDEO ON-LINE (EVO) LATEST AT 1600GMT ON MONDAY, NOVEMBER 04, 2013

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VARIOUS-TALK OF THE TOWN. The latest in entertainment news from around the world. Tracked.

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SOUTH AFRICA-MANDELA PREMIERE. Members of the Mandela family and the cast of the biopic, "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" attend the Johannesburg premiere. Matthew Stock reports.

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USA-YOUTUBE MUSIC AWARDS. Rapper Eminem wins Artist of the Year at the first YouTube Music Awards. Matthew Stock reports

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RUSSIA-MISS UNIVERSE PREVIEW. Contestants from 86 countries get ready for the 62nd annual Miss Universe pageant in Moscow. Alicia Powell reports.

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USA-ORLANDO BLOOM ROUGH CUT. Orlando Bloom talks about the upcoming Hobbit feature at a fan event in New York. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

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USA-JANIS JOPLIN-STAR. More than 40 years after her death, singer Janis Joplin receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Tracked.

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FILE-NORTH AMERICAN BOX OFFICE. "Enders Game" trumps the competition with $28 million (USD) in first 3 days, pushing "Bad Grandpa" the A-lister movie "Last Vegas" behind at the box office. Gavino Garay reports.

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SINGAPORE-NAOMI CAMPBELL ROUGH CUT. British supermodel Naomi Campbell walks the runway during Digital Fashion Week in Singapore. Rough Cut (mo reporter narration)

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VARIOUS-TALK OF THE TOWN. The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Heidi Klum becomes an old woman for Halloween, Ewan McGregor is headed to Broadway, and Kanye West postpones his tour. Bob Mezan reports.

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BRAZIL-GISELE BUNDCHEN ROUGH CUT. Giselle Bundchen hits the runway for Colcci's Winter 2014 collection. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

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USA-BANKSY. British graffiti artist Banksy brings his New York residency to an end. Alicia Powell reports.

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FILE-TALK OF THE TOWN. The day's top showbiz news including Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are close to finalizing their divorce, and Marvin Gaye's estate files a lawsuit again Robin Thicke. Roselle Chen reports.

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USA-JANE'S ADDICTION-STAR. Alternative rock band Jane's Addiction receives a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Alicia Powell reports.

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BRAZIL-FASHION ROUGH CUT. South African supermodel Candice Swanepoel hits the runway for Brazilian label Forum. Rough Cut (no reporter narration)

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FILE-ROBIN THICKE. Marvin Gaye's estate sues over Robin Thicke's "Blurred Lines" over copyright allegations in California court. Alicia Powell reports.

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UK-MERCURY AWARDS. Electronic artist James Blake takes the top prize for best album at the Mercury Awards in London Rollo Ross reports.

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