Tornado turnaround help from Lady Antebellum, and a musical duet that unites a movie star with a rock star.
The Grammy winning group, Lady Antebellum, is lending a hand and a voice to a tornado-ravaged community.
The band will play a concert to benefit a school in Henryville, Ind.
The three musicians launched a contest that allowed fans to campaign for the group to play a concert at their school.
They say that schools across the country campaigned on behalf of Henryville High School.
A shock-rocker and a movie star are making music together.
Johnny Depp and Marilyn Manson are putting their talents together in a new take on an old song.
They're covering Carly Simon's hit, "You're So Vain."
The song will be featured on Manson's new Album, "Born Villain," due out in May.
The stars of stage and screen have been friends for many years.
Actress Jessica Alba is taking on a new role: author.
She's writing a new handbook that will be called "The Honest Life."
It tells how she lives a life free of toxins with her family.
The star of the "Fantastic Four" series has two young daughters.
The book will come out next year.
(Michelle Wright for Holloywood Minute)