Morning Links: Unreleased Tupac Song Going For $1 Million, Lil Wayne’s PSA

● Someone has offered a cool $1,000,000 for the unreleased track playing in the background of Tupac’s sex tape. Bidding on the tape, meanwhile, has only hit $150,000. [TMZ] ● Roseanne Barr’s return to network television is nearer then ever, NBC having picked up her sitcom Downwardly Mobile. [THR] ● Michael Jackson’s kids showed up to Saturday’s tribute show to the late performer in MJ-inspired garb. Also of note from the night: Beyoncé performed “Wanna Be Where You Are”, and Jennifer Hudson failed to show up, citing “production problems.” [People]

● In a 30 minute “public service announcement,” Lil Wayne mourns Steve Jobs, talks about inspiring a gang of kids in New Orleans to skateboard, and calls himself the “Barack Obama of Buggatti.” Grab a chair, you’re going to want to hear this. [Complex] ● Hilary Duff looks a teeny tiny bit pregnant finally. [Daily Mail] ● Did Beyoncé steal the dance moves for her “Countdown” video? Belgian choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker says so, and that she didn’t even do it well. “Am I honored? Look, I’ve seen local school kids doing this. That’s a lot more beautiful,” she said of Beyoncé’s lift. [AceShowBiz]

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