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Talk of the Town: Bullock/James split official

2010-06-29 06:39:56 GMT2010-06-29 14:39:56 (Beijing Time)  SINA.com

The latest celebrity news including an official end to Sandra Bullock's marriage, an honor for Prince and Vince Neil's trouble behind the wheel.

The marriage of Sandra Bullock and Jesse James is over. The online celebrity website TMZ is reporting that the final documents officially ending the marriage were filed in court last week. Bullock filed for divorce in April after James admitted cheating on the Oscar winner.

The BET Awards honored a Prince on Sunday (June 27). The Veteran funk-rocker Prince was given a lifetime achievement award at the show. The evening also included a comeback of sorts for Chris Brown, who surprised fans with a tearful tribute to the late King of Pop, Michael Jackson.

Motown legend Stevie Wonder closed out the Glastonbury music festival on Sunday with a set that spanned his long and successful career, in front an estimated crowd of 100,000 fans. The 60-year-old dedicated his performance to Michael Jackson, who died almost exactly a year ago.

An attorney for Mel Gibson says there is no truth to the allegations that the "Bravehart" star punched his then girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva in the face, knocking her her teeth out. Gibson's lawyer told the online celebrity website TMZ, that Grigorieva is making up the stories in an effort to modify an arranged custody agreement. The now ex-couple have an 8-month old daughter together.

Motley Crue lead singer Vince Veil was arrested Sunday night (June 27) in Las Vegas on a drunk driving charge. Several online reports say that prior to his arrest police had been looking for the 49-year-old Neil after he allegedly smashed a woman's camera after she took his picture. Neil is being held at the county jail with his bail being set at 2,000 dollars (USD).

In Los Angeles, I'm John Russell for Reuters.

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