Katy Perry: Interview Magazine cover channels Amy Winehouse

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Daybreak Daily afternoon run on the pop-culture rink finds a Winehouse clone, an apparent marriage, other things, and the mystery music video.

COVER GIRL: A new look for a familiar face, per Interview Magazine, “If you haven't already heard, Katy Perry is our March covergirl. We're pretty excited (!), especially as she's interviewed by one of our favorite comedians, Kristen Wiig.”

YOUNG CARRIE BRADSHAW: With they’d do this with ‘All in the Family,’ per the Hollywood Reporter, “AnnaSophia Robb, best known for playing Violet in the 2005 Tim Burton feature Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, will star in the network's pilot The Carrie Diaries, The Hollywood Reporter has learned. The project is a prequel to HBO's Sex and the City.”

MARILYN: She’s the thematic “icon” for this year’s Cannes Film Festival, which is celebrating its 65th anniversary, per Deadline Hollywood, “The event’s offical poster shows the star blowing out a birthday cake — although this image appears to be from inside a limousine rather than having to do with her famous rendition of the Happy Birthday song she sang to President John F Kennedy in 1962.”

RING OF FIRE: So blow out the candles, per Rolling Stone, “Tickets go on sale tomorrow for an 80th birthday celebration of the life and music of the late Johnny Cash, to be held April 20th at the Austin City Limits Live venue in Austin, Texas.”

BLACK SWAN MARRIED?: Apparently so, per Us Weekly, “As suspected, Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied were indeed sporting wedding bands when they attended Sunday's Academy Awards in Hollywood, jeweler Jamie Wolf confirms to Us Weekly.”

NEW GIG: Jordana Spiro meets Don Corleone, per TV Line, “The ‘My Boys’ star has been tapped to headline Fox’s untitled drama pilot about a female doctor working for the mafia in Chicago.”

WINNING: “Anger Management” and Charlie Sheen to debut June 28, per the AP, “FX on Tuesday set the premiere date for Sheen's new sitcom, which returns him to weekly TV after his noisy exit last season from the CBS hit "Two and a Half Men." Announced last summer, "Anger Management" is loosely based on the 2003 movie about a non-traditional therapist.”

SNIPING: Angelina Jolie’s leg pose at the Oscars strangely hit a nerve with Joan Rivers, per Radar, “Angelina Jolie looked like a fool the way she posed,” Rivers exclusively told “She took herself right out of that super star category because you now realize she stands in front of a mirror to figure out [what she looks like.”

KARDASHIAN ALERT: In this case, it’s Kim, per People (with photo), “In a self-portrait she posted on Twitter early Tuesday, Kardashian, 31, rocks a sports bra and a pair of matching sweatpants with her red-carpet confidence (and signature curves!) on display.”

DWTS: The latest group of wanna-be dancers includes Jaleel White, Melissa Gilbert, Jack Wagner, Sherri Shepherd, Maria Menounos, Gavin DeGraw, William Levy, Gladys Knight, Roshon Fegan, Katherine Jenkins, Donald Driver and Martina Navratilova, per the Los Angeles Times, “But has the sheen worn off the dance floor? Last season's finale, which saw sentimental favorite J.R. Martinez take home the mirror ball trophy, was the lowest-rated fall finale to date and was down significantly in the demographic of views ages 18 to 49 from the previous fall finale.”

AND FINALLY: Today’s mystery music video.

--Skip Wood (Follow me on Twitter @DaybreakSkip)