Robert Plant turns down $800 million for reunion
The rock 'n' roll news of the week is that Led Zeppelin front man Robert Plant reportedly turned down an $800 million offer from Richard Branson. According to the Daily Mirror, the Virgin tycoon offered the massive payday to the band if they would perform 35 dates in three cities. The Mirror reports that a source close to Plant said he thought it wasn't the right thing to do. Other Led Zeppelin members Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones were okay with reuniting, the Mirror reports.
Strange behavior continues for Amanda Bynes
Troubled actress Amanda Bynes took to Twitter Monday afternoon to express her feelings about Adolf Hitler. "Adolf Hilter tricked the germans into believing that Jews were less than the germans and that they should be segregated and then killed," her first Tweet read. That was followed by "but germans who feel that Adolf Hilter was incorrect aren't guilty in my book." Other recent strange behavior for the former Nickelodeon star includes dying her long locks violet and snoozing in a Los Angeles mall.
Myesha Chaney visits Detroit on book tour
As part of a promotion tour for her new book "Hiding Behind the Lipstick," reality television star Myesha Chaney will be in Detroit this weekend. Chaney, along with her husband Pastor Wayne Chaney, is on Oxygen Network's "Preachers of L.A." She'll tape an interview with Word Network Friday and appear on Go Tell It Ministry Saturday.
Celeb chef brings "Brunch" to Plymouth
Fans of cooking shows will recognize cook book author and pastry chef Gale Gand as host of the Food Network's "Sweet Dreams." She's also appeared on "Iron Chef America" and Bravos' "Top Chef." Gand will be at Busch's Plymouth store 3-7 p.m. Friday to greet fans and sign copies of her latest book, "Brunch."
■Jonathan Athon, 32, of metal band Black Tusk died Sunday after a motorcycle accident in Savannah, Ga.
■Matt Damon told E! News over the weekend that he'll return as action hero Jason Bourne in 2016. The actor last played the assassin in 2007. In 2012 actor Jeremy Renner stared as Jason Bourne in "The Bourne Legacy."
■"Wolf of Wall Street" actress Margot Robbie is reportedly set to play Harley Quinn in the upcoming film "Suicide Squad." This will be the first time the Batman character has been portrayed on the big screen.
Compiled by Melody Baetens
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