A.M. Surf Report: Jessica Simpson Joining The Marines; 'Hulk' Gets His Girl; Paper Breaks Down Busta's SUV

Plus Twista blasts Bush's veto; Eve faces DUI charge; Maroon 5 break chart record 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:

Usher and R. Kelly are sharing a girlfriend — in a song, at least. In "Same Girl," the singers realize that their respective dream girls are one woman who is clocking miles between Chicago and Atlanta. Kelly's label tells us that the song will be on his upcoming Double Up. ...

Reverend Al Sharpton led a demonstration that hit the offices of major record labels throughout New York on Thursday evening, calling for "decency" in hip-hop lyrics, and we were there. "It appears people are more enraged and outraged than even we thought," Sharpton said to the crowd of hundreds. While Don Imus' comments may have started this particular battle, the war on hip-hop lyrics is nothing new. Check out a video timeline of earlier controversies right here. ...

And Corey Taylor tells us that yes, there will be another Slipknot record. But he has a wake-up call for fans who expect more from the band. "Grow up!" he said. "I'm not saying it will be the last album from us ... I mean, we're at least doing one more. [Fans] are very pessimistic, and instead of looking at things in a pragmatic mindset, they go, 'Oh, I can't live.' Please."

Quote of the Day: "As long as it's not associated with hippie, mellow nonsense, we can deal with 'stoner rock.' It's better than a lot of the things we could be called." — Fu Manchu's Scott Hill

Here's what everyone else is talking about:

Jessica Simpson was scheduled to shoot the spy comedy "The Witness" in June, but now she'll be joining the Marines that month instead, People reports. "Major Movie Star," a comedy starring Simpson as an actress who enlists in the armed forces, will start filming in Louisiana next month. ...

Hulky's got a girlfriend ... Liv Tyler has signed on to play Betty Ross, the love interest of Edward Norton's Bruce Banner in "The Incredible Hulk," according to The Hollywood Reporter. ...

Busta Rhymes was pulled over and arrested on a DUI charge early Thursday — that you know. But were you wondering exactly how he'd customized the SUV he was driving? New York's Daily News to the rescue! A story in today's paper details the "$225,000 armored SUV more suitable for combat than the city streets," right down to the bullet-resistant tires ...

Twista is speaking out on President Bush's veto of a bill calling for troop withdrawal. "I feel like he was bogus for vetoing that bill," Twista writes in his "Twista's Turn" column in the Chicago Tribune "We need to say something effective to bring our troops back home. ... I wanna know what you all think we can do to help bring the troops home because something needs to be done." ...

Eve will be charged Friday with driving under the influence in connection with her car crash and subsequent arrest last week, Reuters reports.

What a comeback. Maroon 5's "Makes Me Wonder" jumps from #64 to #1 on the Hot 100, the biggest leap to the top in the history of the chart, Billboard reports. Carrie Underwood has her own special spot on the chart with the first iTunes exclusive to debut in the top 10. Her version of the Pretenders' "I'll Stand By You," featured on last week's "Idol Gives Back" special, comes in at #6. ...

And David Bowie, Lonelygirl15, Last.fm, Flickr and the developers of the Lollapalooza and "Pan's Labyrinth" Web sites are among the honorees for the Webby Awards. The prizes will be handed out June 3-5.