Rush, Public Enemy are Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees; Kardashian, Humphries finalize divorce
Friday, April 19, 2013 - 01:25
Apr 19 - The latest celebrity news including Rush, Public Enemy and Quincy Jones are newest additions to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Kim Kardashian and Kris Humphries finally settle their divorce after splitting in 2011, and Willie Nelson will hold a benefit concert to help the town of West, Texas. Roselle Chen reports.
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Oprah Winfrey and Usher celebrated the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductees on Thursday (April 18). Disco queen Donna Summer, producer Quincy Jones and comedy-rock singer Randy Newman were inducted along with Canadian progressive rock band Rush, blues guitarist Albert King, hip hop pioneers Public Enemy, rockers Heart and veteran producer Lou Adler. To be eligible for induction in 2013, a candidate must have released their debut album or single at least 25 years earlier.
Reality TV star Kim Kardashian and NBA basketball player Kris Humphries have finally settled their divorce, avoiding a trial that was set for next month. A judge approved the divorce settlement for the couple, who broke up after just 72 days following their made-for-TV wedding in 2011. Humphries had been demanding an annulment to the marriage, alleging that Kardashian, who cited irreconcilable difference when filing for divorce, had no intention of keeping to the marriage. Terms of the divorce were not made public and Kardashian attended the hearing without Humphries.
Willie Nelson will turn his upcoming show in Austin on April 28 to a benefit, in hopes of helping the community hit by the fertilizer plant explosion. The country music legend is from Abbott, just a few miles from the small town of West, Texas, where 12 people were confirmed dead and approximately 200 injured after a fiery explosion erupted out of the plant.
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