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|A man has filed a new lawsuit against Michael Jackson, claiming the pop star molested him, gave him drugs and alcohol, and forced him to undergo unnecessary cosmetic surgery, TMZ.com reports.
Grammy-winning singer and pianist Billy Preston is recovering from a heart infection at a Phoenix clinic. His manager says Preston remains seriously ill.
KISS frontman Gene Simmons has signed a deal to promote the Indy Racing League, which will include developing an Indy clothing line. Simmons is also starring in "Gene Simmons: Family Jewels," a new reality series for A&E that will feature the rocker, his partner, former Playmate of the Year Shannon Tweed, and their kids, Nick and Sophie.
Alicia Keys has partnered with UPN to create a drama loosely based on her childhood.
The Recording Academy has added 25 new albums to the Grammy Hall of Fame, including the Jimi Hendrix Experience's Axis: Bold As Love, Barbra Streisand's The Barbra Streisand Album, and Bob Marley & The Wailers' Exodus.
Sony Music is launching Music with a Twist, a new label promoting lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender artists.
The Beach Boys has filed a federal lawsuit over memorabilia that was slated to be auctioned in London last fall, but which the band claims was taken illegally from a North Hollywood warehouse.
Foo Fighters drummer Dave Grohl and his wife, Jordyn Blum, are expecting their first child together, according to Grohl's bandmate, Taylor Hawkins, who let the news slip during an interview with MTV.com.
Hank Williams Jr. paid a visit to the lone survivor of the West Virginia coal mine tragedy in his hospital room after the miner's wife told reporters her husband enjoyed Williams' music.
|Kim Mathers has applied for a license to remarry Marshall Bruce Mathers III, a.k.a. Eminem. The couple first married in 1999 and split in 2001, following a bitter divorce battle.
The White Stripes have canceled tour dates in Japan after Jack White was instructed by his doctors not to speak or sing for two weeks in order to rest his ailing vocal chords. The band apologized to fans via its official Website and vowed to reschedule the dates.
Britney Spears topped Mr. Blackwell's 46th annual Worst Dressed list for wearing clothes he said made her look like "an over-the-hill Lolita." Mary-Kate Olsen was second and Jessica Simpson was third.
Snoop Dogg and 3 Doors Down will perform at two Super Bowl parties in February as part of Anheuser-Busch's Bud Bowl.
|Rapper Beanie Sigel was found guilty of misdemeanor assault Tuesday stemming from a 2003 fight and was sentenced to probation and ordered to pay $180 in court costs.
Cream, David Bowie, Robert Johnson, Merle Haggard, Jessye Norman, Richard Pryor, and the Weavers were named recipients of the Recording Academy's 2006 Lifetime Achievement Award honoring creators who've contributed distinguished and influential recordings.
Andrew Lloyd Webber, original phantom Michael Crawford, producer Cameron Mackintosh, and director Harold Prince attended a gala 7,486th performance of Phantom of the Opera Monday night to mark the musical becoming the longest-running show in Broadway history.
British rocker Pete Doherty was formally charged Tuesday with possession of cocaine and heroin stemming from a backstage raid of his band Babyshambles. Doherty's best known as the ex-boyfriend of Kate Moss, and was implicated along with the model in a drug scandal last year.
Pop singer Pink and her fiancé, motocross racer and "The Surreal Life" star Carey Hart, tied the knot in Costa Rica on Saturday, People reports. More than 100 guests, including Lisa-Marie Presley, attended the non-denominational ceremony.
Michael Jackson has been sued by the veterinarian to his exotic animals at the Neverland Ranch, who claims Jackson owes almost $100,000 in unpaid bills.
Courtney Love has lost the historic bungalow she purchased for Kurt Cobain's sister in the 1990s to a Los Angeles mortgage company after a foreclosure auction generated no bids.
Ms. Dynamite was charged with punching a police officer in the face after she was arrested for allegedly kicking the door of a west London nightclub, police said Saturday.
Sheryl Crow has denied tabloid reports that she actually wed Lance Armstrong in Portland, Oregon, two years ago and that she has been visiting fertility clinics since first meeting Armstrong.
Harry Belafonte called President George W. Bush "the greatest terrorist in the world" and claimed that millions of Americans support the socialist revolution of Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez during a radio and television broadcast by Chavez on Sunday.
The Reverend Jesse Jackson led funeral services for Lou Rawls on Friday in Los Angeles. The Grammy-winning singer died of cancer last week at age 72.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources