Grapevine: Woman attacks Kelly McGillis at home
Attacker waits for actress Kelly McGillis
A female home intruder was waiting for “Top Gun” star Kelly McGillis when the 58-year-old walked in her front door June 17, and immediately attacked her, accusing the famed actress of “stalking” her on Twitter. McGillis wrote about the incident recently on Facebook, and said when she ran outside to call 911, the woman — identified by Henderson County police as Marie Dorn, 38 — pursued her, all the while “punching and scratching,” according to Page Six. McGillis escaped in her pickup truck, and flagged down a driver who called the cops, who arrested Dorn. She’s charged with second-degree burglary, misdemeanor stalking and assault and battery. Unsurprisingly, McGillis is applying for a concealed-carry permit.
Stevie Wonder added to BET Prince tribute lineup
Stevie Wonder helped Madonna pay tribute to Prince at the Billboard Music Awards. Now the pop music icon will honor the Purple One at Sunday’s BET Awards. The network announced Thursday that Wonder will join Sheila E., D’Angelo, The Roots and Janelle Monae to honor Prince at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. After Madonna’s Billboard performance was met with criticism, BET tweeted: “Yeah, we saw that. Don’t worry. We Got You.”
Amy Schumer does Detroit on Oct. 7
Amy Schumer, the star of Comedy Central’s “Inside Amy Schumer,” will play Joe Louis Arena on Oct. 7 as part of her world tour. Tickets are $39 and $109 and go on sale 10 a.m. Tuesday, or can be purchased at OlympiaEntertainment.com, LiveNation.com or at Ticketmaster.com. The past few years have been explosive for the 35-year-old. She stared in 2015’s “Trainwreck,” her TV series earned the first-ever Emmy Award for Outstanding Sketch Variety Series, and her memoir, “The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo,” comes out in August.
Kid in the hall returns
Kevin McDonald, 55 —co-founder of the Canadian hit comedy “Kids in the Hall” — will host a sketch comedy workshop and evening performance July 10 at fashionable Ferndale’s Go Comedy! Tickets are ($7-$25), available at gocomedy.net.
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