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Dina Lohan must volunteer

A judge has referred Lindsay Lohan’s mother to a community service program, saying volunteering could help her alleged drunken-driving case.

Newsday reports the judge Thursday also ordered Dina Lohan to get an independent treatment evaluation. He set her next court appearance for Jan. 7.

Lohan was arrested Sept. 12 following a traffic stop on Long Island. Police say she was driving 77 mph in a 55-mph zone while intoxicated. She has pleaded not guilty to the charges and surrendered her driver’s license.

Jackman’s cancer treated

“The Wolverine” star Hugh Jackman revealed he has been treated for skin cancer and shared a selfie showing his bandaged nose.

“Deb said to get the mark on my nose checked. Boy, was she right!” he wrote on Instagram, referring to his wife, Deborra-Lee Furness.

The 45-year-old Oscar-nominated Jackman said he had a basal cell carcinoma, a common form of skin cancer that is rarely fatal. The note he posted early Friday didn’t say when his medical treatment took place.

“Please don’t be foolish like me. Get yourself checked. And USE sunscreen!!!” he wrote.

New song excites Guetta

David Guetta can’t wait for you to hear his new song ,“One Voice” – for a couple of reasons.

The song is at the heart of a new partnership with the United Nations, and the 46-year-old French producer and DJ hopes it will inspire fans to donate money for humanitarian relief around the world, simply by tweeting. It also shows a brand new side of his musical personality.

“It’s a big turn for me,” Guetta said of the song that features singer Mikky Ekko. “I’ve never had songs that are like this kind of subject, so I’m really excited about this. It’s a big change lyrically, but also sonically. Just, you know, growing up, trying to do something bigger than myself. ”

Guetta planned to project a video for “One Voice” on the side of the U.N. building in New York on Friday night with the help of Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, helping raise awareness for the “The World Needs More…” humanitarian aid campaign.

Bus driver on Ray show

Call it chicken soup for the soul on Thanksgiving week.

Celebrity chef Rachael Ray on Monday will set the tone for Thanksgiving with a “Thanks for Giving” show and sharing the story of NFTA bus driver Darnell Barton.

He is the guy who recently stopped his bus and stopped a woman who was preparing to jump from the Elmwood Avenue overpass into speeding traffic below on the Scajaquada Expressway.

The show will air at 9 a.m. Monday on WIVB, Channel 4.

And Barton will be in good company.

His story of saving the distraught woman is one of four to be highlighted on the show.

“The entire studio audience will be made up of heroes, who in some way, whether it was giving medical attention to Boston Marathon bombing victims, or providing food and shelter for those devastated by Hurricane Sandy, made a difference in the past year,” Ray said.