A.M. Surf Report: Britney Choreography Riles Blogger; Justin Brings Concert To Cable; 'Idol' Singer's Neck Tops Web Searches

Plus: Ludacris keeps it clean for SunFest; 'Spider-Man 3' busts more box-office records and more.

The news happens all the time, even while you're catching up on beauty sleep. Check out this brief rundown to bring you up to speed this morning — a quick heads up from your friends at MTV News.

Here's what we've got:

If an album is an artist's baby, why do so many saddle their precious offspring with terrible names? Baby-name experts give us their take on a crop of upcoming releases — they're cool with Curtis, but compare Icky Thump to naming a kid Stinky. ...

Tomahawk guitarist Duane Denison tells us that it was easy to convince his bandmates that their third album, Anonymous, should be a concept disc featuring Native American folk songs from the early 1900s. "[Frontman Mike] Patton flipped over it right away. It wasn't a stretch for us — after all, we are Tomahawk." ...

Confessed "crier" Shawn Adler picks the five films most likely to bring a tear to a man's eye. If a rabid dog and a game of catch from beyond the grave don't do it, no movie will. ...

And only one "American Idol" man is left standing after Wednesday night's elimination. Blake will face off with Melinda, LaKisha and Jordin after Chris and Phil were given the boot.

Quote of the Day: "Some of the greats have had to go through things like this. I guess I'll just Notorious B.I.G. the game." — DJ Drama on being forced to change his name

Here's what everyone else is talking about:

Perez Hilton has had it with Britney Spears — and it wasn't the "topless gardening" photo posted on UsMagazine.com that set him off. Instead, the beef is with the singer's onstage choreography — which included what a PerezHilton.com witness describes as "the cocaine move" during her performance of "Toxic" on Wednesday night in Anaheim, California. "Making fun of that serious problem already?" the Perez post asked. ...

HBO is getting back into the concert business with Justin Timberlake, Variety reports. A JT show taped August 16 in New York will air on the cable network September 3. HBO's last concert broadcast was a 2003 Rolling Stones show. ...

With American Idol down to its final four, Yahoo!'s Buzz Log checked out the most popular search queries for each contestant — and it isn't all about the singing. "Blake Lewis Shirtless," "Jordin Sparks Father," "Melinda Doolittle Neck" (whoa) and "LaKisha Jones Pics" lead the pack. ...

West Palm Beach, Florida's SunFest hopes to kick off a profanity-free party today — and despite continuing debates over hip-hop lyrics, organizers don't expect to get any trouble from Ludacris. "He's done private parties, one at a Christian school, with no profanity," Jon Stoll, the president of the company that books SunFest, told The South Florida Sun-Sentinel. "Somebody else may say something, but it won't be him." ... Luda's got another kid-friendly project in the works, producing a reality show about 9-year-old rapper Big Korey. The series, which will be shopped to networks shortly, according to The Hollywood Reporter will chronicle the prepubescent would-be mogul's quest to start his own record label.

Don Imus has hired one of the country's top lawyers and will likely sue CBS Radio over his dismissal, CNN reports. The DJ, who was fired last month after making inflammatory comments about the Rutgers women's basketball team, had a contract with the network that included a clause stipulating that his content should be "irreverent" and "controversial," according to a CNN legal analyst. ...

Spider-Man 3 continues to break records overseas, Variety reports, smashing "The Da Vinci Code" 's hold in Italy with a $4 million first day and topping "Star Wars: Episode III - Revenge of the Sith" to take the record in France with $6.8 million. The film opened in China and Russia on Wednesday and hits theaters across the U.S. and U.K. on Friday. ...

In other movie news, Variety reports that Leonardo DiCaprio is teaming up with director Michael Mann for an still-untitled noir set on a 1930s film lot, while George Clooney is co-writing — and may star in — a "dramedy" titled "Escape From Tehran" about the 1979 hostage crisis. ...

And Congressional committees are turning up the heat on 20 colleges targeted by the RIAA for failing to stop illegal file-sharing on campus networks. The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that lawmakers have sent letters to the universities' presidents, urging them to take "reasonable steps" to stop piracy. The letter was sent along with a multipage survey due at the end of the month, which requests detailed explanations of each school's P2P and computer-ethics policies.