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|Drew Lachey and wife Lea welcomed a baby girl Thursday in Los Angeles, People reports. Meanwhile, Drew Lachey will co-host the Miss USA pageant with Nancy O'Dell on Apr. 26.
In the latest round in his divorce battle with Heather Locklear, Richie Sambora is asking that a prenuptial the couple signed the night the night before they wed be enforced and that the couple share custody of their daughter, Ava.
A judge has ordered Suge Knight to appear at a hearing to discuss his assets next month, or risk having Death Row Records seized by the court.
VH1 Classic are broadcasting a solid hour of the English and German music videos for "99 Luftballons," the 1984 hit by Nena, on Sunday as part of the network's Pay to Play for Hurricane Katrina Relief drive, which allowed viewers to select an hour of videos for a $35,000 donation.
|R. Kelly's brother, Carey, has released a low-budget DVD in which he puts forth a number of new allegations against his brother, including the claim that the R&B star offered him $50,000, a house, and a record contract if he agreed to testify that it was actually him on the sex tape that prompted child porn
charges against Kelly.
Pete Doherty pled guilty to seven drug charges Thursday, then kicked a reporter covering his trial in the arm.
The impoverished daughters of the late South African composer Solomon Linda, who wrote "The Lion Sleeps Tonight," won a six-year battle over royalties, that awards them 25 percent of past and future royalties.
A judge heard an attorney's request Thursday to have a receiver appointed to take over Suge Knight's Death Row Records and other financial affairs, after Knight has allegedly refused to make good on a $107 million judgment awarded last year to a former business associate.
Jessica Simpson is teaming up with her stylist Ken Paves and launching a line of hair extensions.
The Killers and Prodigy will headline this year's Ultra Music Festival in Miami this weekend, an event expected to draw around 50,000 people.
|Steven Tyler will undergo throat surgery this week for an undisclosed condition, forcing Aerosmith to cancel the remainder of its North American tour.
Phil Spector appeared in a Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday and agreeing to have his murder trial postponed until Sept. 11.
The MTV Video Music Awards will return to New York in August, after having taken place in Miami for the past two years.
Blue, a never-issued Diana Ross album recorded in 1972, will be released June 20, after its recent discovery in the Motown vault.
Hank Williams Jr. has been accused of harassing a waitress in a hotel bar in Memphis, Tennessee, by swearing at her, trying to kiss her, and putting her in a choke hold.
Former "American Idol" contestant Constantine Maroulis has split from his band, Pray for the Soul of Betty, People reports.
Prince surprised fans waiting to buy his new album 3121 at Hollywood's Tower Records Tuesday with an impromptu performance. Meanwhile, Utah Jazz forward Carlos Boozer has dropped his suit against Prince for allegedly modifying a home he is renting from the basketball star with purple details, including carpeting and exterior paint, the Smoking Gun reports.
|In her first interview since undergoing breast cancer surgery, Sheryl Crow told "E! News" Monday night that she's doing well. "I feel blessed and really lucky that it was caught so quickly," the rocker said. "I'm really, really enjoying life and seeing it kind of in a new light now."
The New York Post reported
that Barbra Streisand plans to mount yet another farewell tour, the diva's first since 2000, playing 20 arena shows around the country this fall.
C-Murder, a.k.a. Corey Miller, was released from a Louisiana jail and placed under house arrest. The rapper, who posted a $500,000 bond, is awaiting retrial on a second-degree murder charge.
Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke has rejected a meeting with Tony Blair on behalf of charity Friends of the Earth, saying the British prime minister has "no environmental credentials" and added that he was sick of dealing with the Labour Party's "spin doctors." Meanwhile, Radiohead has announced plans to hit the road for a limited series of club and festival dates this summer in Europe and
the U.S., including Tennessee's Bonnaroo Festival on June 17.
Grateful Dead drummers Mickey Hart and Billy Kruetzmann have been added to the list of performers at the sixth annual Jammy Awards at New York City's Madison Square Garden Theater on April 20. Hart will also co-emcee.
Susan Sarandon, Michael Stipe, Moby, and peace activist Cindy Sheehan participating in 'Bring 'Em Home Now!, an antiwar concert in New York Monday night marking the third anniversary of the war in Iraq.
Carlos Santana told reporters in Peru his philosophy is one of love and peace, the antithesis of President George W. Bush's. "I live in the present and I try to present a dimension that brings harmony and healing," the rocker said. "My concept is the opposite of George W. Bush."
Jazz clarinetist Pete Fountain, 75, is recuperating after undergoing quadruple heart bypass surgery in New Orleans Monday night.
|C-Murder was released from jail Thursday after his life sentence for second-degree murder was overturned on appeal earlier this month.
A judge has stopped all sales of Notorious B.I.G.'s breakthrough 1994 album Ready to Die after a jury decided one song used part of an Ohio Players tune without permission.
Lawyers for Kid Rock and World Wide Red Light District have reached a tentative agreement to extend a judge's order blocking the release of the sex tape featuring Rock, Scott Stapp, and four women, per the Detroit News.
Pop star Shakira's Colombian hometown of Barranquilla has erected a 16-foot, 5-ton iron statue of the singer to be on display in the city.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources