Comedienne Aisha Tyler is headed for divorce. Jeff Tietjens, the husband of “The Talk” co-hosts, has filed for divorce from his wife citing “irreconcilable differences.” The couple met in college while teenagers and has been married for 22 years. Tietjens isn’t seeking spousal support, but according to documents, reserves the right to ask for it at a later date.
The 45-year-old comic addressed her divorce in a tearful segment on “The Talk” on Monday. The also shared that she had intended to keep the matter a secret like Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert and reveal her divorce once it was finalized, but the tabloids found her court filings and broke the news instead. She declared she really wanted to protect her soon-to-be ex during the divorce, because despite their breakup due to growing a part, she still loves him dearly.
Kanye West fans have filed a class action lawsuit over his latest album, “The Life of Pablo.” According to TMZ, a guy named Justin Baker-Rhett is leading the charge, alleging that the trouble-prone rapper misled fans into believing that his CD would only be available on Jay-Z’s music streaming service Tidal. Baker-Rhett said he and two million other fans were duped into paying the $9.99 monthly service for exclusive access to West’s new music, but he has now released it on Apple Music, Spotify and even the rapper’s own website. Baker-Rhett feels the subscription surge helped save Tidal, which was allegedly struggling during that time. His suit is against West and Tidal.
Rapper Eve is gearing up for a summer tour with pop sensation Gwen Stefani. The former No Doubt front woman released a number one solo album, “This Is What the Truth Feels Like,” in March and will kick off her tour of the same name July 12 in Mansfield, Massachusetts. The 27-date tour will play through Oct. 5, where it will conclude in Los Angeles. Eve and Stefani toured together before and recorded together on Eve’s 2001 single “Let Me Blow Ya Mind” and Stefani’s 2004 single “Rich Girl.” Eve’s last musical offering was her independently released 2013 offering, “Lip Lock.” She currently stars in “Barbershop: The Next Cut,” which made $20 million at the box office this past weekend.
Grammy Award winner Fred Hammond is recording his first live album since his 1999 live session with Radical for Christ, “Purpose By Design,” which was released in March 2000 on Verity Records. On May 1, the former Commissioned member will record a collection of new music during “Fred Hammond LIVE: Night of Worship.” The ticketed event will take place at The Fountain of Praise Church in Houston at 6:30 pm and will be Hammond’s 15th album outside of Commissioned. The forthcoming album will be released on RCA Inspiration and be the follow-up to 55-year-old talent’s 2014 album, “I Will Trust.”