In his final weeks, Prince hid signs of trouble from his fans, stonewalling reports of an overdose that required an emergency plane landing and making a brief public appearance to reassure them. But privately, the superstar was in crisis, seeking help from a prominent addiction expert that ultimately came too late.
On stage, Prince was still captivating audiences at recent performances in Australia and California. He hosted a pop-up party at his Paisley Park studio, and there were few outward signs in his final months that anything was wrong.
Prince had prescription opioid medication on him and in his home when he died last week, U.S. media reported, although autopsy results have yet to indicate why the pop icon died.
Selina, one of the three members of the Taiwanese girl group S.H.E, signed the legal papers Wednesday to finalize her divorce from her husband Chang Cheng-chung, the group's management company HIM International Music Inc. confirmed Thursday.
Charlie Sheen's lawyer urged a judge to reject a request by the actor's ex-fiance to extend a temporary restraining order, calling the filing a publicity stunt intended to keep an unrelated civil case in the news.
Tributes poured in from around the world Friday following the sudden death of superstar Prince at age 57, with fans flocking to all-night dance parties to celebrate the life of the "Purple Rain" music legend.
On Prince's 1981 album "Controversy," released days after he opened for the Rolling Stones dressed in bikini underwear and got booed off stage, the singer quipped that he was asked constantly if he was black or white, straight or gay.
Musicians, actors and other celebrities react to the death Thursday of music great Prince via interviews, statements and social media: "Prince, the doves really are crying now." -- Oprah Winfrey.
Prince could play guitar like Carlos Santana or Jimi Hendrix, sing like James Brown, turn out pop melodies worthy of Motown or lay down the deepest grooves this side of Sly and the Family Stone. But no one could mistake his sound for anyone but Prince.
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