Miley Cyrus tour bus overturns in Va., killing 1
DINWIDDIE, Va. -- One person was killed Friday when a tour bus belonging to entertainer Miley Cyrus overturned, but the 16-year-old ''Hannah Montana'' star wasn't on board, Virginia State Police said.
Sgt. Thomas Molnar said the bus ran off the left side of Interstate 85, struck an embankment and overturned. The accident occurred around 8:15 a.m. in Dinwiddie County, about 40 miles south of Richmond. Speed and weather weren't considered factors.
Molnar said the person who died at the scene was male, but didn't identify him pending notification of family members. One of the other nine people on the bus suffered minor injuries and was taken to a local hospital. Police wouldn't identify those aboard.
Jennifer Lopez, Adam Lambert ready for AMAs
LOS ANGELES -- Jennifer Lopez plans to include fireworks and an on-stage costume change in her performance at the American Music Awards. ''American Idol'' runner-up Adam Lambert will incorporate leather and chains and into his.
Lopez and Lambert will be among more than a dozen performers at Sunday's ceremony, and they took time out Thursday to perfect their performances.
Lopez is in top form, but she's still a little nervous. She'll be singing a song fans have never heard before and performing live on TV for the first time in years.
Wesley Snipes appeals 3 tax convictions
ATLANTA -- Actor Wesley Snipes is set to ask a federal appeals panel to overturn his three federal tax convictions.
The actor was sentenced last year to three years in prison on three misdemeanor counts of willful failure to file his income tax returns. A judge allowed him to remain free on bail as he appealed the convictions.
Prosecutors say Snipes hasn't filed a tax return since 1998.