Jennie Garth divorcing
LOS ANGELES - Jennie Garth and Peter Facinelli say they are divorcing after 11 years.
In a statement Tuesday, the couple said they decided to end their marriage but share "the same deep love and devotion to our children."
Garth and Facinelli said they remain "dedicated to raising our beautiful daughters together," and asked for privacy and respect. The Southern California couple are parents to 14-year-old Luca, 9-year-old Lola and 5-year-old Fiona.
The 39-year-old Garth came to fame in the 1990s TV series "Beverly Hills, 90210" and appeared in the 2008-10 sequel. The 38-year-old Facinelli is a co-star in the "Twilight" movie franchise. The couple married in January 2001.
Garth competed in "Dancing With the Stars" in 2007, with Facinelli applauding her from the audience.
GNR reunion in doubt
LONDON - Will Guns N' Roses reunite for their induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame?
Behind his dark glasses, hat and big hair, the group's former guitarist Slash is staying noncommittal on the subject.
The million-selling hard rock group enters the Rock Hall in Cleveland on April 14, an event at which honored acts often perform as part of the celebration.
But the group's original lineup fell apart in 1996, so fans hoping to see the band reunite may be disappointed.
Slash says of the induction: "It's definitely an honor and I have no idea what's going to happen on that day."
Instead he is busy with his latest solo album, "Apocalyptic Love," due out in May.
Lewis on state dinner list
WASHINGTON - It's one of the perks of being president: You can get the star of one of your favorite TV shows to come by for dinner.
British actor Damian Lewis says he's on the guest list for Wednesday's state dinner at the White House honoring British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Lewis stars in "Homeland," a psychological thriller on cable TV's Showtime. President Barack Obama has said it's one of his favorite shows.
Lewis told the BBC that he and his wife, actress Helen McCrory, were planning to "fly to Washington, have dinner, fly back."
NEW YORK - Christopher Plummer's haunting portrayal of John Barrymore is being given a new audience.
Producers said Tuesday that the film "Barrymore" will be shown at cinemas in Canada beginning in May and throughout the United States, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and other countries in October.
"Barrymore" - a two-person play exploring the life of famed actor John Barrymore - earned Plummer a Tony in 1997. Last year, the actor recreated his performance for multiple high-definition cameras.
Plummer recently won an Oscar for the romantic comedy "Beginners."
CNN lifts Martin's suspension
LOS ANGELES - CNN analyst Roland Martin's suspension has been lifted, the news organization revealed Monday.
Martin ran into trouble on the day after the Super Bowl when tweets he sent during the game raised the ire of gay organizations, including the Gay and Lesbian Alliance Against Defamation. The comments concerned Martin's distaste for an H&M ad featuring soccer star David Beckham.
He wrote: "If a dude at your Super Bowl party is hyped about Beckham's H&M underwear ad, smack the ish out of him."
Though Martin claimed the tweet was meant to show his distaste for soccer and soccer fans, many felt the comments were homophobic. CNN suspended Martin shortly after.
During his suspension, Martin met with representatives of GLAAD. According to a statement from GLAAD, "(b)oth parties came away with a better understanding of one another and look forward to continuing this dialogue."
CNN made the announcement of Martin's return during a conference call with the media on Monday, according to FishbowlDC.
Doobie Bros drummer dies
SONOMA, Calif. - Longtime Doobie Brothers drummer Michael Hossack has died at age 65.
The band's manager, Bruce Cohn, said in a statement that Hossack died of cancer on Monday in his home in Dubois, Wyo.
Hossack played with the group from 1971 to 1973 and rejoined in 1987. His drumming can be heard on early hits including "Listen To The Music," ''China Grove" and "Blackwater." He stopped performing with the band two years ago while struggling with cancer.
Doobie Brothers co-founder Tom Johnston said, "Mike has always been a part of my musical life and the life of the Doobie Brothers ... He was an incredible musician."
Hossack grew up in New Jersey and served in the Navy during the Vietnam War. He is survived by a son and daughter.