David and Susan Cassidy have filed for divorce according to TMZ. (Evan Agostini / Getty Images)
Sue Cassidy, wife of David Cassidy, filed for divorce Tuesday, TMZ reports. The pair has been married for 23 years and have a 23-year-old son, Beau. The former “Partridge Family” actor is currently in rehab following his third DUI arrest last month in Los Angeles. Sue Cassidy told TMZ she is “truly heartbroken” and David “will come back better and stronger than ever.” People magazine reports the former teen idol responded via his representative, saying, “It is very sad that Sue chose this approach. I have tried to resolve this amicably outside of the public eye. I have reached out to her with no response over the last three months. It’s a sad day for me and for our son Beau.”
Owen Wilson's married personal trainer has his baby
Owen Wilson’s personal trainer, Caroline Lindqvist, gave birth to their son, Finn, late last month. But, according to TMZ, Lindqvist is married to someone else. People magazine says the actor and Lindqvist aren’t dating but will co-parent to raise Finn. Wilson has a 2-year-old son with ex-girlfriend Jade Duell.
Flurry of concerts announced
Willy Nelson and Family and Alison Krauss and Union Station will embark on a 35-city tour that includes a July 13 date at Freedom Hill Amphitheatre. Ticket details are to be announced. Members of the Jackson family plan to return to Detroit on June 12 for a concert at the Sound Board at MotorCity Casino Hotel. Tickets for the show, billed as Jackie, Tito, Marlon and Jermaine, the Jacksons, are $55-$75 and go on sale Feb. 27. Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers featuring Edie Brickell will visit the Sound Board on June 5. Tickets, $45-$85, go on sale Feb. 20. Detroit band Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. is scheduled to hit the Royal Oak Music Theatre on April 19 for Record Store Day. Tickets are just
89 cents and will go on sale Friday.
■ Actor Hugh Jackman will host the Tony Awards telecast for the fourth time on June 8 at Radio City Music Hall.
■ If you missed “The Beatles: The Night That Changed America — A Grammy Salute” on Sunday, CBS will re-air the special at 8:30 tonight. The original broadcast drew about 13.95 million viewers, in spite of strong competition from the Olympics and “The Walking Dead.”
■ Veteran TV newsman Tom Brokaw has been diagnosed with cancer, NBC News said Tuesday. The Mayo Clinic discovered last summer that Brokaw has multiple myeloma, a cancer affecting blood cells in the bone marrow, NBC News said. His doctors are optimistic about his treatment and encouraged by his progress since the August diagnosis.