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|Rap mogul Russell Simmons, 48, and model-wife Kimora Lee Simmons, 30, are separating after seven years of marriage, the couple confirmed in a statement.
Courtney Love is selling off a 25 percent stake of the Nirvana catalog for an estimated $50 million, according to Rolling Stone. Love and new
partner Larry Mestel promise to "stay true" to Kurt Cobain's spirit and won't over-commercialize the music.
George Jones has checked into a Nashville hospital with pneumonia, the 74-year-old country legend's record label confirmed Friday. He's expected to make a full recovery and resume touring.
According to the Palm Beach Post, Florida prosecutors have decided not to bring domestic battery charges against Yanni stemming from an incident earlier this month when the New Age musician's girlfriend accused him of roughing her up.
|The Los Angeles City Council has approved a $1.1 million payment to the family of the late Notorious B.I.G.. A judge ruled last year that the city and LAPD should cover the cost of his relatives' legal bill as part of sanctions for detectives withholdings documents in the slain rapper's civil lawsuit trial.
The surviving original members of Minneapolis' popular '80s band, The Replacements, including singer-guitarist Paul Westerberg, will reunite to record two new tunes for a greatest hits collection.
|Bon Jovi guitarist Richie Sambora broke arm after falling in his Los Angeles home last week, People reports. He was treated, and his arm is in a sling, but he'll be better in time for the Japanese leg of the band's Have A Nice Day tour kicking off Apr. 8.
Britney Spears' songwriters have accused a South Korean pop composer of ripping off her song "Do Something" and using it as the basis of the Lee Hyo-lee tune "Get Ya," according to Universal Music Publishing Korea, which is seeking damages for the alleged plagiarism. Meanwhile, a New York artist is set to unveil a life-size sculpture of a naked Britney giving birth at Brooklyn's
Capla Kesting Fine Art Gallery next month.
Welsh singer Tom Jones was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II on Wednesday for making female fans swoon for the past four decades.
John Mellencamp is looking to score a new album deal with Universal Records after spending eight years with Columbia, according to Indiana's Bloomington Herald-Times.
A former assistant has filed a $5 million sexual harassment countersuit against Phil Spector after the embattled record producer, who's awaiting trial for murder, sued her in September alleging she bilked hundreds of thousands of dollars from his accounts.
Per the New York Post, a touchy Busta Rhymes went ballistic and chewed out a gay fan who tapped him on the shoulder to praise the rapper on his comeback early Sunday morning at a diner next door to Miami's gay club Twist.
Oscar winners Three 6 Mafia are set to record and produce tracks for Paris Hilton's upcoming debut album.
Prince's latest album, 3121, debuted atop the Billboard charts this week, selling 183,000 copies. It's his first number one record since 1991's Diamonds and Pearls and the fourth overall in his career.
Paul Simon is set to release his first album in six years, Surprise, on May 9. The album features the cut "Wartime Prayers," his first socially conscious tune in three decades.
Eugene Landy, the psychologist who made headlines for his controversial treatment of Beach Boys singer Brian Wilson and who also worked with such celebrities as rocker Alice Cooper and actor Richard Harris, has died of lung cancer. He was 71.
Destiny's Child received the 2,305th star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Tuesday, coinciding with the release of the former girl group's live concert DVD, Destiny's Child: Live in Atlanta.
A judge has ordered lawyers for Michael Jackson and Debbie Rowe to submit documents missing from their divorce file within 30 days.
Jessica Simpson's rep confirmed that she has been anonymously contributing money to orphanages for years and is exploring options to further help children in need.
Three of Britney Spears' former bodyguards are suing Britney Brands, Inc. and Britney Touring, Inc., claiming they worked long hours without receiving overtime compensation; court documents were posted by TMZ.com.
Apple Corps Ltd., the Beatles' record company and guardian of the band's musical legacy, are suing Apple Computer Inc. in British court, claiming the company violated a 1991 agreement by entering the music business with the iTunes Music Store.
Crosby, Stills & Nash are being honored as BMI Icons at the 54th Annual Pop Awards on May 16.
Graceland, home of Elvis Presley, reached the status of the homes of presidents past and present after being designated a National Historic Landmark on Monday.
Patti LaBelle suffered an onstage meltdown during a performance at the Riviera Beach Jazz and Blues Festival Saturday in Florida and breaking into tears. "I've never been this embarrassed in my life," LaBelle told the crowd.
Victor Willis, the former "cop" from the Village People, was arrested Saturday after disappearing last year while drug and gun charges against him were pending. Willis now faces up to five years in jail.
Kevin Federline's debut album Playing With Fire is slated for an August release.
Country singer Buck Owens, who crooned more than 20 number-one hits, including "Act Naturally," died Saturday in Bakersfield, California; he was 76. Owens also hosted TV’s long-running hit, "Hee Haw," a mix of comedy, music, and girls, in the pre-Daisy Dukes era.
David Bowie and Sting are reportedly in talks to open a branch of burlesque club Forty Deuce in Manhattan, per Britain's Daily Mail.
Jessica Simpson has ditched Columbia Records, where she's been signed for six years, in favor of Epic Records, where she will release her upcoming album, Billboard reports.
The lineup for KISS 102.7's Wango Tango concert will feature Kanye West, Mary J. Blige, and Daddy Yankee, among others. Ryan Seacrest will host the May 6 event in Los Angeles.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources