DAVID CASSIDY: Daughter excluded from his will
David Cassidy left his daughter out of his will.
The onetime teen idol, who died two weeks ago, left $150,000 in assets to his son Beau, and David's half-siblings Sean, Patrick and Ryan were given music memorabilia.
But according to documents obtained by TheBlast.com, David specifically excluded his daughter Katie from his estate. Born out of wedlock with ex-model Sherry Williams, and only acknowledged as Cassidy's daughter when she was a teenager, Katie was known to have had an up-and-down relationship with her dad. She was among the family members who were at David's bedside in his final days. The will was filed in 2004, 13 years ago.
U2: Could be headed for a U.S. #1
It looks like U2 will top not only the U.K. album chart, but the album chart here in the U.S. as well.
Billboard reports that Songs of Experience is on track to earn over 170,000 equivalent album units for the sales week that ends Thursday at midnight, more than enough to knock Taylor Swift off. Final numbers will be released on Sunday.
If Songs of Experience hits number-one, it would be the band's eighth chart-topper -- the others are No Line on the Horizon (2009), How to Dismantle an Atomic Bomb (2004), Pop (1997), Zooropa (1993), Achtung Baby (1991), Rattle and Hum (1988) and The Joshua Tree (1987).
ROCK AND ROLL HALL OF FAME: Who's gonna make it?
Now that Bon Jovi has won the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Fan Vote, the question is, who will actually be elected?
Despite more than 6.8-million votes cast for the 19 nominees, the Top 5 artists selected by the public will only count as one ballot along with the thousands that will determine the 2018 inductees.
So while the Top 5 fan favorites -- Bon Jovi, The Moody Blues, Dire Straits, The Cars and Judas Priest -- got 3.8-million votes, an artist who got fewer votes may still be elected. For example, Cheap Trick placed seventh in the Fan Vote in 2015, but was elected, while Yes and The Cars came in second and third in the fan vote and still didn't get in.
The Class of 2018 will be announced next Wednesday, with the 33rd annual induction ceremony set for April 14th in Cleveland. HBO will air highlights of the ceremony later in the spring.