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Last Update on September 02, 2014 07:06 GMT

LABOR DAY WEEKEND MEANS CELEBRITY WEDDINGS

NEW YORK (AP) -- It was a big weekend for musicians getting married. Donnie Wahlberg of New Kids On The Block married Jenny McCarthy outside Chicago on Sunday, according to her publicist. It's the second marriage for both. E! reports Ashlee Simpson married Evan Ross on Sunday in Greenwich, Connecticut, at the estate of his mother, Diana Ross. Simpson was previously married to Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy.

LANCE BASS RE-PROPOSES

UNDATED (AP) -- Lance Bass just wanted to make sure his fiance' was still interested. Bass proposed to his partner, Michael Turchin, a year ago. Turchin posted a photo on Instagram of a gold and black ring on his finger and said Bass proposed to him again on the first anniversary of the proposal. No word on a wedding date.

CARRIE UNDERWOOD IS EXPECTING

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A country superstar and her hockey-playing husband are expecting. "American Idol" winner Carrie Underwood and husband, NHL player Mike Fisher, are having a baby. They each posted messages on their Twitter accounts with Underwood saying hers was in honor of Labor Day. Underwood's publicist confirms the couple is expecting their first baby next spring. Underwood has won six Grammys. Fisher is a center for the NHL's Nashville Predators.

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Jamie Friar

A country superstar and her hockey-playing husband are expecting. The AP's Jamie Friar reports the couple took to social media to make the announcement. ((opens with music))

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Jamie Friar

One of country's biggest stars is pregnant. The AP's Jamie Friar reports on a holiday message to fans.

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Excerpt of Carrie Underwood performing "All-American Girl."

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Excerpt of Carrie Underwood performing "Cowboy Casanova."

HUNTER HAYES: TO TATTOO OR NOT?

NASHVILLE (AP) -- Hunter Hayes is wavering on the tattoo question. His new single is called "Tattoo," so he keeps getting asked if he'll get one. Hayes says he's opened his mind to the concept but he can't think of a good tattoo to get. It would have to be something simple at first. He says it would have to be an image he could easily cover up if he had not told his mom yet.

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Hunter Hayes was asked if he'd consider getting a tattoo, since his new song is called "Tattoo."

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Hunter Hayes country, musician

Hunter Hayes says it's not just a matter of deciding whether to get a tattoo, but what image to get.

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Hunter Hayes country, musician

Hunter Hayes says if he does get a tattoo, it has to be something low-key.

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Hunter Hayes country, musician

Hunter Hayes says he's hesitant to get a tattoo in case it gets out of control.

MINNESOTA DATABASE INDICATES PRINCE IS OWED MONEY FROM STATE

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) -- The state of Minnesota owes Prince money. The Minneapolis Star Tribune reports the state's Department of Commerce is holding $606 million in unclaimed assets on behalf of more than 50,000 rightful owners. The database indicates Prince is owed more than $100 but it doesn't get more specific. Prince's spokesman says he was unaware that he was owed any money. Want to find out if you have unclaimed funds? The website www.MissingMoney.com maintains an unclaimed funds database for all states.

RUSH'S NEIL PEART PREPARES NEW BOOK

NEW YORK (AP) -- Rush drummer Neil Peart is putting out another book. "Far and Near" is the next book in his "Far and Away" series about his observations on life. The stories were originally posted on Peart's website. "Far and Near" comes out October 14.

DEF LEPPARD, ISAAC SLADE WILL PERFORM AT NFL GAME IN UK

UNDATED (AP) -- Def Leppard will play a pre-game concert before the Dolphins-Raiders game that will be neither in Miami nor in Oakland. They will perform September 28 at the NFL International Series game at London's Wembley Stadium. The U.S. national anthem will be performed by Isaac Slade of The Fray, while soprano Laura Wright will sing the U.K. National anthem.

 
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