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img1-101614.jpg Elizabeth Pena, who died October 14 at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, passed from complications stemming from alcohol abuse. TMZ obtained the death certificate, which notes that she suffered from cirrhosis of the liver "due to alcohol" and had acute gastrointestinal bleeding hours before her death, causing her heart to stop.

Brandy.jpg Brandy and Nile Rogers both appear on "Number 1," a new track from Mystery Skulls. The duo also appears on the track "Magic." Both songs are taken off of the band's debut album Forever. Mystery Skulls, which consists of Luis Dubuc, Casey Crawford, and Zack Ordway, says that when they wrote "Number 1" they actually had the R&B singer in mind.

ElizabethMontgomery-102314.jpg "Bewitched," the 1960s supernatural comedy, is getting a spin-off at NBC. According to Entertainment Weekly, the show will focus on the granddaughter of Samantha and daughter of Tabitha, Daphne, a single twenty-something with magical powers. The 1960s version told the story of married couple Samantha (Elizabeth Montgomery), a witch, and Darrin (Dick York, then Dick Sargent), a human man.

thewho-103009.jpg The Who have been forced to postpone the European portion of their 50th anniversary tour. The first two dates on the tour, scheduled to take place November 26 in Dublin and November 28 in Belfast, have been bumped back to next summer due to "unforeseen logistical changes."

willsmith-102314.jpg The Will Smith comedy "Hitch" looks to be getting rebooted for TV on the FOX network, according to various reports. The 2005 romantic comedy will be adapted into a half hour "workplace comedy that explores dating and sexual politics," the network says. Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith are attached to exec produce the project. Casting announcements have not been made.

GarthBrooks1.jpg Deep into his career Garth Brooks is still setting records, as the country legend has broken his own record for ticket sales in the state of North Carolina - a record that remained unbroken since 1998. Brooks sold 56,523 tickets from March 25-28 in 1998, when he performed at Winston Salem's Joel Memorial Coliseum.

melissarivers-102314.jpg Melissa Rivers has inherited over $100 million from the estate of her mother Joan Rivers, according to a report from Us Weekly. The mag states that the inheritance includes a $35 million condo on NYC's Upper East Side, and $75 million in cash. "It's no consolation for losing her mother so soon," an insider told Us of Melissa's mourning. Melissa's son Cooper, 13, received a bequest of his own.

Johnwick-102314.jpg With "Fury" likely to fall from the number one position, Keanu Reeves-starring action flick "John Wick" will be looking to ride excellent reviews to the top of the box office this weekend, though it will have to surpass the opening of horror release "Ouija" to do so. Even without any star power, "Ouija" looks to be in good position with a PG-13 rating and an easy to understand concept.

img1=13131.jpg Chris Young has announced his 2015 A.M. Worldwide tour. The tour will kick off in Melbourne (Australia) on March 11 and will feature shows in Switzerland, England, and Ireland before wrapping up in Berlin (Germany) on September 22. He is also expected to play his first full concert in Honolulu (Hawaii) on his way to the tour opening show in Australia.

christianbale-101614.jpg Writer Aaron Sorkin has reportedly confirmed that Christian Bale is set for the starring role in his upcoming biopic of late Apple chief Steve Jobs. Rumors spread earlier this week that Bale was in talks for the role and Sorkin confirmed it in a recent television interview. "Well, there was a meeting. We needed the best actor on the board in a certain age range and that's Chris Bale."

JenniferHudson-042611.jpg Jennifer Hudson has debuted a bold new look - purple hair. The new hairstyle, debuted by the star's stylist, Cesar Ramirez on his Instagram page, shows off Hudson's new short bowl-cut hair with shaved sides and back. The star also went from black to a shade of lilac.

MatthewMcConaughey-081811.jpg Matthew McConaughey, a longtime fan of the NFL's Washington Redskins, says that he doesn't think that the team should be forced to change its name. Speaking with GQ, he notes that the controversy over the name is rather recent. "What interests me is how quickly it got pushed into the social consciousness. We were all fine with it since the 1930s . . ."

JessieJ-061311.jpg Jessie J is taking the time to give back by donating her clothing to London-based pop-up shop Little Shwop of Horrors. All proceeds will go to Oxfam. The project is part of Oxfam's Plan A program which aims to give clothes an afterlife of their own. The shop, located at Marble Arch in London, will be the perfect stop-off for anyone in need of a last-minute Halloween costume.

Chris-Brown-091712.jpg Chris Brown and Jodeci will be performing at the Soul Train Awards next month. Brown will open the show and leads the pack in nominations with seven, including those for Best R&B/Soul Male Artist, Song of the Year (for "Loyal"), and Video of the Year {for "New Flame").

DaveGrohl-060211.jpg The Foo Fighters turned down the chance to headline this year's Isle of Wight Festival. Promoter John Giddings tweeted the news after a fan demanded on Twitter that Giddings "have to get Foo Fighters to headline . . . Especially after their amazing new song and with an album out soon!" Giddings replied, "I wish I could they said no - sorry."