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Chris Rock visits Detroit on "Top Five" tour

To promote his new film "Top Five," comedian Chris Rock will visit five cities Wednesday, including Detroit. Rock, who wrote, directed and stars in the new film, will check out the Motown Museum Wednesday evening as part of the tour. The event is open to the media only. "Top Five" hits theaters Friday. For a chance to attend a screening of the film at 9 p.m. Wednesday at Emagine Canton, visit www.gofobo.com/DetNewsTop5. Passes are limited and are redeemed at the theater on a first-come, first-served basis. We're told that Rock is scheduled to make an appearance at the screening.

Reality TV actress and rapper husband dead from apparent murder-suicide

Stephanie Moseley, star of VH1 cheerleader drama show "Hit the Floor," and her husband, rapper Earl Hayes, are dead after what looks like a murder suicide, TMZ reports. Hayes was once signed to boxer Floyd Mayweather's record label. According to TMZ Moseley has worked as a back up dancer for Chris Brown and Britney Spears. Sources told TMZ that Mayweather was on a FaceTime call with Hayes (who is singer Isaac Hayes' son) when the rapper shot and killed his wife before turning the gun on himself. The source said Hayes was upset that Moseley had been unfaithful.

Garth Brooks returns after long absence

Garth Brooks announced that his upcoming tour with Trisha Yearwood would land at Joe Louis Arena Feb. 27-28. It will be the country singer's first concert in the the city in 18 years. Tickets, $66, go on sale at 10 a.m. Dec. 19.

Jimmy Page named GQ's "Rock God of the Year"

Veteran music journalist Chuck Klosterman interviewed Led Zeppelin guitarist Jimmy Page for the recent issue of GQ. Page talks about his heroin problem and his band mate Robert Plant. "I don't make a point to read what he says about Zeppelin," Page said. "But people will read me things he has said, and I will usually say, 'Are you sure you're quoting him correctly?' It's always a little surprising." Of heroin he was pretty tight-lipped, but he did say that while on it, "my responsibilities to the music did not change."

Bob Dylan to release album of Sinatra tunes

Bob Dylan's new album "Shadows in the Night" will be a collection of songs made popular by crooner Frank Sinatra, Rolling Stone reports. The track list includes "Some Enchanted Evening," "The Night We Called It a Day," "Autumn Leaves" and "I'm a Fool to Want You." The album is a available for pre-order now via Amazon.com, or you can wait until it's released on Feb. 3.

Also...

Kate Hudson and Matt Bellamy have broken off their engagement, People magazine confirms. They will continue to co-parent their son Bingham, born in 2011.

Compiled by Melody Baetens

mbaetens@detroitnews.com

Today's Birthdays

Bobby Flay, 50

Meg White, 40

Raven Symone, 29

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