• Kehlani finds love and a baby with bisexual man

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    Kehlani has opened up about her pregnancy surprise, explaining she had planned to start a family after finding love with a bisexual man, Javie Young-White. With him, she’s been exchanging affectionate social media messages publicly for months. The couple is ready to welcome a baby girl.
  • 30 Seconds To Mars guitarist leaves the band

    30 Second To Mars guitarist Tomo Miličević has announced his departure from the band, after weeks of fevered speculation. Miličević’s official departure comes after he took a break in March. The remaining members of the band are yet to comment.
  • Taking Back Sunday announce split with founding guitarist Eddie Reyes

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    According to an announcement on Taking Back Sunday's official Facebook page posted on Friday, the band parted ways with founding member Eddie Reyes. Though the post didn’t offer much in the way of details, the band cited “personal reasons” for the split.
  • Fleetwood Mac fires Lindsey Buckingham

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    Lindsey Buckingham has parted ways with Fleetwood Mac months before they are scheduled to embark on a live tour. In a statement, the band announced Buckingham will not be performing with the band on tour and will be replaced by Mike Campbell and Neil Finn.
  • Heidi Klum spotted kissing Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz

    On Sunday, 44-year-old model Heidi Klum was spotted smooching 28-year-old Tokio Hotel guitarist Tom Kaulitz in Los Angeles while filming her hit show America's Got Talent in photos shared by Daily Mail. While Klum was all decked out in her dazzling best, Kaulitz was casual in a green T-shirt and sweatpants.
  • Glenn Tipton diagnosed with Parkinsons

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    Judas Priest guitarist Glenn Tipton is to stop touring with the band 10 years after he was diagnosed with the onset of early Parkinson's disease. Judas Priest begin the North American leg of their Firepower tour on March 13 and conclude it on May 1 in Texas.
  • Former Foghat guitarist Erik Cartwright dead at 66

    American rock guitarist Erik Cartwright, best known for playing with Foghat, died at his home in Nashville, Tennessee, at age 66. A cause of death has not been reported. He is survived by his mother, his brother and his sister.