Keith Urban, Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Sara Evans, Ronnie Dunn and Alabama are among the first stars to sign on for a CMT benefit concert to help the victims of last week's tornadoes. The 90-minute show was spearheaded by Hank Williams Junior, who went to the channel with the idea. He says, "Alabama is home... I am really pumped about helping.I want to raise a lot of money, and thanks to my good friends, we are going to be able to make a difference."The show will air on May 12th on CMT and CMT.com at 9 p.m. ET. Proceeds will go to the American Red Cross Disaster Relief Fund.
Ted Williams, the former homeless man with the 'golden' voice, will reportedly be heading back to rehab at the Origins Recovery Center in South Texas, which is the same facility he left early back in January. According to his manager, he'll be attending a 90-day program to "get his strength back" and receive "solid foundation in a 12-step program." His current book deal and reality show are on hold until he's regained his sobriety.
Bristol Palin at Saturday's Time/CNN/People/Fortune White House Correspondents' Dinner cocktail party. (Michael Loccisano - Getty Images for Time Warner)
Did BRISTOL PALIN have surgery? After a few weeks away from the paparazzi, Bristol Palin has re-emerged with what looks to be a brand new chin. She's lost some weight the tabloids say Sarah Palin's daughter is now sporting a new chin. See the before & after photos here
Shania Twain’s Why Not? series debuts tomorrow (Saturday) on the Oprah Winfrey Network. Plus she’s on the cover the June issue of Redbook magazine.