Morgan moved to a rehabilitation center, Tomlinson buys soccer team
Friday, June 20, 2014 - 01:27
Jun 20 - The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Tracy Morgan is moved to a rehabilitation center, One Direction's Louis Tomlinson buys a soccer team, and Clint Eastwood premieres ''Jersey Boys.'' Bob Mezan reports.
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Tracy Morgan has been moved to a rehabilitation center where he is expected to stay for a few weeks. The actor and comedian was critically injured in a highway collision earlier this month and has been undergoing treatment in a hospital ever since. Morgan suffered a broken leg and other injuries. The statement, issued by his publicist, said that while he is doing better, he still has a long way to go.
Louis Tomlinson of boy band One Direction has bought a soccer team. The singer is now a co-owner of the English League One side Doncaster Rovers, the team he grew up rooting for as a boy. Tomlinson said despite his commitments to his band, he plans to invest a lot of time in his new footballing venture.
Clint Eastwood walked the red carpet in L.A. on Thursday (June 19) for the premiere of his latest directorial work, "Jersey Boys." The film is Eastwood's take on the award winning Broadway musical by the same name. It opened in the U.S. on Friday (June 20).
Adam Lambert and Queen kicked off their North American tour on Thursday (June 19) in Chicago. The former American Idol contestant and the British rockers have joined forces for a 24 date North American concert series. Queen has not had a permanent front man since the death of Freddie Mercury in 1991.
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