Hudgens lives 'High School' graduation
LOS ANGELES - Vanessa Hudgens, who was home schooled, said starring in the 'High School Musical' movies allowed her to live the rites of passage she missed.
Said Hudgens, 'I got to experience my prom, I got to wear a cap and gown for the very first time, graduate with people who I really love, the cast. So it's been a lot of fun.'
Hudgens co-stars in 'High School Musical 3: Senior Year' with Zac Efron and Ashley Tisdale, who talked to reporters together in Los Angeles to promote their new movie.
As for Efron's real-life high school experience, the heartthrob actor said: 'I got really good grades. I'm not going to lie.'
Country singer Morgan files for bankruptcy
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Country singer Lorrie Morgan has filed for bankruptcy for primarily business-related debts, according to a court filing.
Morgan filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in federal court, listing her estimated liabilities between $1 million to $10 million. The bankruptcy filing showed her with assets of $500,000 to $1 million.
The 49-year-old singer, who lives in the Nashville suburb of Lebanon, released a statement calling the bankruptcy 'an unfortunate yet necessary part of the restructuring of my business.'
Kid Rock's label to aid scholarships
DETROIT - Kid Rock and his Made in Detroit apparel line are working with Wayne State University to help start a college scholarship fund for area music students.
The Detroit company will create 2,500 limited edition T-shirts bearing the school's name and the Made in Detroit logo, which features a factory worker, carrying a large wrench, in silhouette.
Wayne State hopes to initially raise $25,000 from the sale, said university spokeswoman Francine Wunder. The 'Kid Rock Scholarship' will be available to students studying the business and performance sides of music.