Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:

FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)

Kobe Bryant (searchfinally makes his first court appearance. We'll discuss how the case is shaping up so far with FNC senior judicial analyst Andrew Napolitano.

FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)

More raids and more supporters are snagged as troops weed out the leftover loyalists. Is Saddam's capture near? Martin Strong, a former U.S. Navy seal, will discuss this issue with us.

Will Kobe Bryant's superstar status help or hurt him as the spotlight continues to shine on his case? We'll ask Jeff Benedict, the author of Public Heroes, Private Felons: Athletes & Crimes Against Women.

The guerilla-style attacks against our troops in Iraq seem to be quieting down, so have we turned a corner in the rebuilding process? Former assistant secretary of defense Lawrence Korb.

The Kobe Bryant court case starts in the glare of a worldwide media spotlight. How will his celebrity status affect the case's outcome? Here to analyze the media circus will be celebrity defense attorney Debra Opri. She defended singer James Brown in a similar trial.

Can Kobe Bryant repair his tarnished image or has the clock run out for the NBA star? Mike Paul, an expert in reputation management, will weigh in over the issue.

And we'll have Grammy award-winning singer Kenny Rogers with us as well!

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