A.M. Surf Report: Britney Spears Proposes Lindsay Lohan-Inspired LP Title; Paris Hilton Leaves Jail's Medical Ward

Plus Star stands behind K-Fed baby report; N.O.R.E. says he's OK with MySpace ban; Drowning Pool take concern for U.S. troops to Congress 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:

Chamillionaire tangles with "Hip Hop Police" in the first single from his upcoming Ultimate Victory — but [article id="1562444"]the only crime they can pin on him in the track is ridin' with hip-hop CDs[/article]. "The metaphor means, nowadays, just loving hip-hop and being a rapper and loving music is the same as committing a murder," Cham told us. "With all the controversy surrounding rap, that's what the record is about." ...

Seth Green spoofs "Star Wars" on an upcoming episode of "Robot Chicken," but the episode — which features the voice of George Lucas — probably won't make the franchise's fans too angry. [article id="1562436"]"Lucas has a phenomenal sense of humor," Green told us[/article]. "Our jokes are all kind of loving and none of them are really critical and mean-spirited. It's all just kind of pointing out inherent silliness within the design." ...

[article id="1562434"]T-Pain told us that his friends drenched him in champagne[/article] on Wednesday after learning that he [article id="1562371"]beat out Rihanna and Paul McCartney[/article] to take #1 on the Billboard albums chart. "It felt good to be recognized after being hated on for so long," Pain said. "I was happy with being 20 [on the charts]. I was just happy to be on a chart." ...

Quote of the Day: "If you guys guess the end of the movie, then you're my personal heroes." — [article id="1562410"]"Saw IV" director Darren Lynn Bousman[/article]

Here's what everyone else is talking about:

You'll never see it Britney Spears' way because you're not her — or so announces a post on the front page of her Web site. Yet she follows that statement by asking those who have paid up to be fan-club members to weigh in with names for her next LP — not a bad plan, as most of the "possible album titles" she's got so far don't sound like winners. Dignity was just used, for one thing. And Omg Is Like Lindsay Lohan Like Okay Like — that's clearly not going to work. ...

Paris Hilton was spung from the medical ward and returned Thursday night to the Century Regional Detention Center where she started her sentence, The Associated Press reports. ... When Hilton is finished doing her time, will she be considered for a hosting spot on "The View"? Barbara Walters was asked that on her radio show Monday, People reports. The TV talk show's co-executive producer Bill Geddie chimed in with a "No," with Walters countering, "Let me answer that: Yes." But on Wednesday, Walters had changed her tune, saying she wasn't sure she'd even speak to Hilton again. "I hadn't really thought about it," she said during an interview on Ryan Seacrest's radio show. "I wasn't trying to speak with her [when we did speak]." ...

Shar Jackson has denied reports that she is pregnant with Kevin Federline's child, but Star magazine is standing behind the story. "When Kevin heard about the story in Star today, he called up Shar and asked her if she was pregnant and she told him 'yes.' " the magazine reports. "Kevin asked Shar to deny that she's pregnant ... at least for now, until they've both had time to figure out what to do." ...

N.O.R.E.'s video for "Cocaine Cowboys" was yanked from MySpace for violating the site's terms, and while the rapper says the clip is based on the film of the same name, not his experience, he told SOHH.com that he can understand the ban. "People are on [MySpace] pretending to be other individuals, portraying to be their big brothers or whatever and they're only 12 or 13-years-old. If they're that young, then I wouldn't want them to see it." ...

Drowning Pool have stepped up their efforts to help support U.S. troops returning home from combat with an online petition, a letter-writing campaign and plans to testify before Congress, Blabbermouth reports. The band, which recently completed a USO tour and released the song "Soldier," inspired by the experience, are concerned about the issues that troops face following combat. "Though back on safe shores, these individuals are facing a steep uphill battle to reclaim their health after facing the trauma of war," bassist Stevie Benton said. ...

Diddy's "Making the Band" discovery Chopper has signed to Cash Money Records, AllHipHop.com reports. "I wasn't comfortable with P. Diddy — even though the album went platinum, 'cause I just couldn't be myself," he said. ...

"Castlevania" is getting closer to a theater near you. The vampire project, based on the video game of the same name, has signed up Sylvain White ("Stomp the Yard") to direct. He will shoot this movie before upcoming projects "Ronin" and "Static," Variety reports. ...

Reviewer beware: A projectionist for a movie theater in Memphis, Tennessee, lost his job after posting an early, unauthorized and negative review of "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer" on Ain't It Cool News on Saturday, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The reviewer, Jesse Morrison (a.k.a. Memflix) claims that 20th Century Fox is behind Malco Theaters' decision to fire him, but the studio denies that allegation. ...

Steven Spielberg is backing Hillary Clinton for president, and we know that [article id="1562278"]Jin is in Barack Obama's corner[/article], but DMC hasn't made up his mind just yet. The rap icon told The New York Observer that he believes Senator Obama "could fix everything," but he's still considering rallying for Senator Clinton "because it's gangsta. I ain't doing what everybody else is doing."