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Kanye West has gotten engaged to a woman named Alexis, People reports.
Kelly Clarkson will headline Grammys on the Hill, a day of music advocacy in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 6, the Recording Academy announced. Planned activities include a recording session with Clarkson and members of Congress.
Carmen Electra filed for divorce from Dave Navarro Thursday, a day after rumors surfaced that he was dating Jenna Jameson. Neither Navarro nor Jameson had any comment.
Kevin Federline has launched his own record label, Federation Records. The label's first official release will be K-Fed's own Playing with Fire. Meanwhile, Esquire magazine has named Sean Preston Federline the Worst Dressed Man in the World. "Being the offspring of a hyper-fertile backup dancer and prematurely wilted flower is no excuse...As
soon as you gain some dexterity, straighten out your hat," the magazine advised.
Fergie of the Black Eyed Peas will release her debut solo album, The Dutchess, on Sept. 19. "London Bridge," the first single off the new album, is already topping the Billboard Hot 100.
Evanescence will kick off a fall tour in support of the band's upcoming album, The Open Door, on Oct. 5.
Nashville has unveiled plans to honor music industry figures with a Music City Walk of Fame. The first inductees to be announced in November.
|After deciding to boycott Cristal, Jay-Z has taken it upon himself to make plain old water the next big thing. Beginning Sept. 9, MTV film crews will follow the rap mogul on a worldwide tour, dubbed The Diary of Jay-Z: Water for Life, which will feature first-person interviews with water-deprived individuals.
Gregg Allman, R.E.M., Jermaine Dupri, Felice Bryant, and Dallas Austin have been selected as the 2006 inductees to the Georgia Music Hall of Fame.
Paul McCartney and Heather Mills McCartney have hired the same attorneys that represented Prince Charles and Diana during their 1996 divorce.
Malaysian authorities have fined the organizers of a Pussycat Dolls concert in Kuala Lumpur for allowing the singers to wear skimpy costumes and perform "sexually suggestive routines" onstage.
|Following in the steps of Nick and Jessica and Carmen and Dave, Travis Barker has filed for divorce from his wife and "Meet the Barkers" co-star Shanna Moakler, People reports.
Police were called to Paul McCartney's home Monday, after Heather Mills McCartney arrived and found the locks
had been changed. Staff inside the house called the cops when they noticed her security guard climbing over the wall to let her in. Mills McCartney's spokesman claimed she laughed off being locked out, but confirmed that McCartney has also frozen the couple's joint bank
The Dixie Chicks have canceled 14 concerts on the band's current tour due in part to poor ticket sales, but are replacing the shows with additional North American dates, including some in Canada.
Chris Daughtry and his wife spent $690,000 on a four bedroom house in the town of Oak Ridge, North Carolina, population 4,000.
Bono has acquired a minority stake in Forbes magazine through a private equity fund in which he is a partner.
Michael Jackson has reportedly discovered a conspiracy by former attorneys, associates, and advisers to force him unwillingly into bankruptcy court, his spokeswoman said Monday.
Pamela Anderson and Kid Rock tied the knot again, this time in Detroit. "It's official. Just left the courthouse!!!!!!! Mr. and Mrs. Ritchie have left the building.... Off to honeymoon in Detroit! Go Tigers!" Anderson wrote on her official Website.
Jessica Simpson told MTV that her upcoming album, A Public Affair, is not about Nick Lachey. "It's about me going out with my girlfriends and forgetting everything that's around me, which is paparazzi, and just having a fun night," Simpson said.
Around 200 KISS fans protested in front of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland Saturday to demand that the band, which has been eligible for induction since the late '90s, be admitted to the Rock Hall. To up their credibility, many fans painted their faces to resemble their rock idols. Unfortunately, the nominating committee that determines which bands get
inducted is based in New York, not Cleveland.
Barry Manilow will have surgery to repair torn cartilage in both hips, his publicist announced Sunday. The singer's recovery is expected to take about eight weeks.
Prince has signed on to perform at Super Bowl halftime, the New York Post reports.
All news gathered from E! Online and other sources