R&B singer Kelly Rowland has been added to the list of celebrities who owe the IRS Money. The former Destinyâs Child singer was hit with a tax lien after failing to pay almost a 100k in taxes. The papers, filed with the New York City Register and obtained by The Detroit News, suggest Rowland owes payments totaling $98,634. While Rowland owes, her former bandmate gains. Michelle Williams recently signed up to host a breakfast show for a London radio station. Turning to disc jockey, the former Destiny’s Child star will take to the mic of urban station Choice FM in the British capital starting today (Wed Dec. 1). In a post on her Twitter.com page, she writes, “Looking forward to my new radio gig! Co-hosting on London’s Choice FM radio in the mornings from 6AM-10AM with Martin Jay starting Wed!” R&B veteran Mary J. Blige is reportedly in talks to star in a big screen adaptation of hit Broadway musical Rock of Ages. Actor Tom Cruise is rumored to be close to accepting a supporting role in the musical, which will also reportedly star Taylor Swift. The popular stage production scored a number of award nominations last year (09) and studio bosses at New Line Cinemas are hoping they will emulate the success when the film version hits cinemas next year (11). Pop star Lady Gaga’s first single off her next album âBorn This Wayâ will be released in February 2011. Around the same time Gagaâs interview with CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper will air, giving fans a look in the “Poker Face” hitmakerâs album among other things. “I promise you, I’ll never let you down. And not for nothing: The album’s finished and it’s f**king really good,” Gaga tearfully tells fans in a chat with fansite Lady-GaGa.net. Additionally, she revealed that the album will have as many as 20 songs in it.
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