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|A London judge sentenced rocker Pete Doherty to 18 months of drug rehab, forbidding him for driving for six months and giving him two years of probation. Just hours after his court appearance Thursday, Doherty was reportedly arrested on suspicion of possession of drugs with intent to supply, the BBC reports.
Dave Matthews, Paul McCartney, Glenn Close, and Martha Stewart are among the headliners at the Third Annual Chevy Chase Earth Day Auction.
A judge has dismissed an invasion of privacy lawsuit filed by a woman who claims she was the star of Kid Rock and Scott Stapp's sex tape, unless she agrees to reveal her name.
Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl and wife Jordyn Blum celebrated the arrival of their first child, Violet Maye, on Saturday in Los Angeles, according to People. The tyke weighed in at six pounds, 15 ounces.
KISS is launching a new fragrance line for both men and women, due to hit department stores in September.
D12 rapper Swift was arrested and jailed Thursday on a probation violation stemming from a drunk driving case after he skipped a court date so he could attend the funeral of his friend, Proof.
Nelly agreed to pay $20,000 to settle a lawsuit brought by a freelance photographer who claimed the rap star's bodyguard roughed him up.
Sheryl Crow, Lenny Kravitz, James Taylor, Billy Joel, and Sting are among the artists slated to perform at a Rainforest Foundation Fund Benefit Concert slated for New York City's Carnegie Hall May 19.
George Michael has announced he'll tour Europe for the first time since 1991 to mark the 25th anniversary of his career. The 25 Live trek kicks off in Madrid on Sept. 27 and wraps up in Great Britain in November.
Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers are launching a summer North American tour June 9 in Charlotte. Former Phish guitarist Trey Anastasio will open the first eight shows, followed by Pearl Jam for another six. Meanwhile, Petty is expected to release another solo record, Highway Companion, this summer with two new tunes set to premiere as part
of the NBA playoff telecasts starting Saturday.
|Eminem, 50 Cent, and Obie Trice were among the more than 2,000 mourners who packed a Detroit chapel Wednesday to say goodbye to D12 rapper Proof, who was shot to death at a Detroit nightclub last week. The funeral started 45 minutes late to accommodate the long line of people waiting to enter the church.
Fiona Apple has announced summer headlining tour in support of Extraordinary Machine, kicking off June 20 in Phoenix.
Nick Lachey dished about his breakup with Jessica Simpson in a new interview with Rolling Stone. "I'll tell you how I knew my marriage was over: I was told," the ex-newlywed told the magazine.
George Michael was questioned by police after he reportedly drove into three parked cars near his home in London Sunday morning, the BBC reports.
Mario Vazquez, who mysteriously dropped out of "American Idol" last year after making it to the top 12, is releasing an as-yet untitled album this summer. The first single, "Gallery," was co-written by Ne-Yo.
|After his acquittal on child molestation charges, Michael Jackson has joined forces with Bahrain-based Two Seas Records to record a new album which he hopes to release next year, the label said in a statement.
Neil Young is planning to release a protest album called Living with War, featuring
a tune called "Impeach the President" as well as an anti-Iraq War track that includes the line "a holy vow to never kill again."
Melissa Etheridge has revealed on her Website that her partner, Tammy Lynn Michaels, is now pregnant, courtesy of an anonymous donor from a sperm bank. The couple said they're expecting twins in the fall.
Keith Bender, 35, the man allegedly shot by Proof before the rapper was shot and killed, died early Tuesday, a week after the incident in a Detroit club.
Wynton Marsalis returned to his native New Orleans to kick off a weeklong celebration of jazz in the city. The trumpeter will host music workshops and concerts for students and New Orleans musicians.
Mario Etheridge, 28, a suspect in the shooting death of rapper Proof, a hip-hop artist and Eminem confidante, was arraigned Saturday on a pair of weapons charges.
A federal judge has tossed a lawsuit filed against Michael Jackson by a man who claimed he was molested by the pop star more than 20 years ago.
Ashanti canceled a concert in Johannesburg, South Africa, on Saturday after her cousin, Quinshae Snead, was killed in a car accident while running an errand for the singer before the show.
Daniel Biechele, the former manager of Great White, has written personalized apology notes to the families of the 100 people who died in the Rhode Island nightclub fire in 2003.
Producer Jim Diamond, who worked on the first two White Stripes albums, is suing the band for a share of the royalties, claiming he helped to create the band's signature sound.
Jewel and Rob Thomas will kick off a joint summer tour May 23 in Clearwater, Florida.
The line "One life, with each other, sisters, brothers" from U2's "One," was voted Britain's favorite song lyric in a poll conducted by VH1.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources