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Dean Jones, Star Of 'Love Bug,' Dies At 84

Dean Jones, the actor most well known for his roles in Disney films like "The Love Bug" and "The Shaggy D.A.," died of Parkinson's disease at the age of 84, his publicist has announced. Jones, who appeared in 46 films, was inducted into the Disney Legends Hall of Fame in 1995. Some of the more memorable pictures included "The Million Dollar Duck" and "Snowball Express."

Prince To Host Three-Day Labor Day Party Ahead Of Album Release

Prince has announced that he's throwing a three-day "international dance party" to launch the release of his upcoming album, HITNRUN. The event takes place over Labor Day weekend, September 4-6, at Paisley Park outside of Minneapolis. The Tidal-sponsored event features an advance screening of the album, along with food, drinks, live music and DJ Kiss.

Forest Whitaker To Make Broadway Debut In 'Hughie'

Forest Whitaker will make his Broadway debut in "Hughie," the two person drama written by Eugene O'Neill. Whitaker stars as Erie Smith, an alcoholic small time hustler who mourns the passing of the clerk of the hotel where he resides. Previous actors to take on the Erie role include Al Pacino, Brian Dennehy and Richard Schiff.

Howie Mandel Apologizes For Bulimia Joke On 'America's Got Talent'

"America's Got Talent" judge Howie Mandel has publically apologized after making a bulimia joke when speaking to a show contestant during a recent live episode. Mandel made the comment to contestant Stevie Starr, a.k.a. "The Regurgitator," who swallows objects whole and then regurgitates them, by saying "This would probably come out wrong, but you, sir, make bulimia entertaining."