Grapevine: Jenners divorce, Bob Dylan honored
Kris Jenner files for divorce from Bruce
Reality stars Kris and Bruce Jenner have split amicably, according to TMZ. Kris filed for divorce without a lawyer, and Bruce’s response was the same. The “Keeping up with the Kardashians” stars cite “irreconcilable difference,” naturally, and neither party will get spousal support. Bruce, who won gold in the decathlon at the 1976 Summer Olympics, and his ex-wife will get joint custody of their 17-year-old daughter, Kylie Jenner.
Bob Dylan named MusiCares Person of the Year
Troubadour Bob Dylan will be honored as the 2015 MusiCares Person of the Year with a benefit dinner and concert in February during Grammy Week. The tribute concert will include performances by big names like Beck, Jack White, Willie Nelson, Norah Jones, Bonnie Raitt, Eddie Vedder, Neil Young, Tom Jones, Black Keys, Crosby, Stills & Nash, Los Lobos and John Mellencamp. Detroiter Don Was will serve as musical director for the performance.
Zuckerberg accused of hoarding neighborhood parking
Residents in MarkZuckerberg’s San Francisco neighborhood are complaining that the Facebook founder is taking up more parking spaces than he needs for workers who are helping remodel his $10 million house, CNN reports. One neighbor confronted a person sitting in a parked car overnight, and that person admitted to being hired by Zuckerberg to hold the parking space. CNN reports that the Internet mogul is having his home wired with fiber-optic cables so he can be “fully connected.”
More violence after Chris Brown concert
Someone was stabbed after Monday night’s Chris Brown show at the Supperclub in Hollywood, according to TMZ. The report says that after the singer’s set, a group of people got into a fight, resulting in one person being stabbed. The victim was sent to a hospital and is expected to recover. This comes after hip-hop mogul Suge Knight and two others were shot after a Brown show last month at 1 OAK club in Las Vegas.
■Bette Midler will release her first studio album in eight years on Nov. 4. “It’s the Girls” is a collection of songs from famous girl groups from the 1930s (Andrews Sisters) to the ’90s (she covers TLC’s “Waterfalls”).
■Charlie Sheen told TV Guide that he approached his former CBS show “Two and a Half Men” about returning to the show before it wraps up for good. “I’ve reached out to them and they’ve reached back,” he said.
Compiled by Melody Baetens
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