It's Wednesday and it's celebrity news time with our Michelle Kim. Today she has the latest celebrity gossip and a merger between two very big film productions that made headlines this week.
[Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young
So what do you have for us today[Reporter : ] To start us off, I have news on the American Music Awards, an engagement for one rock star and legal trouble for another, and a wedding video gone bad. Take a look.
Three musicians were added to the line-up for the American Music Awards. Carrie Underwood, Pink and Pitbull will be performing alongside previously announced performers Christina Aguilera, Taylor Swift, Nicki Minaj and Linkin Park. The awards show will air on November 18th.
A member of the Rolling Stones is engaged, according to a British tabloid. The Sun reported Tuesday that 65-year-old guitarist and bassist Ron Wood popped the question to his girlfriend of six months, 34-year-old theater producer Sally Humphreys. This will be Wood's third marriage and comes just four years after his divorce with British model Jo Wood.
Rock star Russell Brand has made headlines once again. He's been sued by a pedestrian named Victor Sneed, who claims the actor hit him with his car in Los Angeles earlier this year. Sneed claims Brand was driving "negligently," causing him personal injury, property damage and lost wages, while racking up huge hospital bills. Sneed is suing the rock star for more than 25,000 U.S. dollars.
Almost two weeks after his wedding in Italy, Justin Timberlake is making headlines again. A wedding video made by one of the star's close friends has caused a stir online. The 8-minute video begins with a message saying "Greetings from your Hollywood friends who just couldn't make it" and features interviews with homeless people who wish the newlyweds well. The video was not meant to be shown to the public, but since it was leaked, nearly 80,000 people have accessed it on YouTube, with some leaving crude remarks. Timberlake has since issued a formal apology.