Headlines: Kellie Pickler Summer Sequel, DWTS’ Kyle Massey In Trouble

Las Vegas Sands Announces Kelly Clarkson Will Headline Sands Cares INSPIRE on May 24 – Las Vegas Sands (NYSE: LVS) announced today that Grammy Award-winning, multi-platinum artist Kelly Clarkson will headline Sands Cares INSPIRE 2019, the signature fund-raising event for the Sands Cares Accelerator Program, on Friday, May 24, at The Venetian® Resort Las Vegas. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. PST, Friday, March 22. Underwritten by Las Vegas Sands, the charity concert raises funds for Sands Cares Accelerator Program members – the Marty Hennessy Inspiring Children Foundation (ICF) and Nevada Partnership for Homeless Youth (NPHY) – as part of the program’s aim to invest a variety of resources in participating nonprofit organizations to accelerate their impact in the Las Vegas community. – Read more at PRNewswire

Kellie Pickler’s Hallmark Christmas Movie Is Getting a Summer Sequel, Wedding at Graceland – Christmas is coming early this year — sort of. Kellie Pickler‘s popular holiday Hallmark movie, Christmas at Graceland, is getting a summer sequel, PEOPLE confirms. Wedding at Graceland, which starts shooting the second week in April, will premiere this summer on the network as part of the month-long June Weddings programming, followed by a third installation this December. – Read more at People

Disney star Kyle Massey sued for allegedly sending explicit material to a 13-year-old – Kyle Massey is being sued after he allegedly sent explicit texts, videos, and photos to a teen in December. Massey, best known for his role as Cory Baxter on That’s So Raven, was sued on Friday by a 13-year-old girl for sending explicit matter to a minor, attempting to commit a l*wd act with a minor, annoying or m*l*sting a minor and emotional distress, according to court documents obtained by PEOPLE. In 2010, he competed on Dancing with the Stars with partner Lacey Schwimmer and finished in second place. – Read more at Entertainment Weekly

Simon Cowell Reveals The Major Issue He Had With ‘American Idol’ & Why He ‘Moved On’ – Simon told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that he took issue with the age limit on the then-Fox channel show. For most of the time he was on the show, contestants had to be at least 16 years old, and couldn’t be older than 28. “How can you say, ‘You can’t be a star [because of your age],’” Simon said. “And I found the word ‘Idol’ obnoxious to be honest with you. And why isn’t a 35-year-old as great as an 18-year-old? I just got to the point where this is not real, which is why I move on [to the United States’ version of The X Factor and then finally America’s Got Talent].” – LOL. Simon left American Idol for one reason. MONEY. He wanted to produce X Factor in the USA–a show he owned and controlled. The End. – Read more at Hollywood Life

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