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KELSEY GRAMMER: A Los Angeles judge granted Kelsey and Camille Grammer a divorce, officially ending their 13-year marriage, court records said.
The former couple, who have two children together, filed for divorce last July.
Kelsey Grammer, 55, is scheduled to marry his 29-year-old girlfriend, British former flight attendant Kayte Walsh, this month in New York.
People.com said Thursday Kelsey and Camille Grammer are still working out the division of their multimillion-dollar fortune.
Kelsey Grammer is best known for his work on TV's "Cheers" and "Frasier."
Camille Grammer is one of the stars of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
JACK BLACK: Comic actor Jack Black will be the host of the 2011 Kids' Choice Awards show in Los Angeles, Nickelodeon said.
The fan-voted prize presentation will take place April 2 at the Galen Center at USC. It will honor celebrities from music, TV, sports and film.
Black served as emcee of the show in 2006 and 2008.
"Jack Black is the perfect mix of comedy, rock and star-power that will set the tone for an amazing show," Marjorie Cohn, president of original programming and development, said in a statement Thursday.
Nickelodeon/MTVN Kids and Family Group and the executive producer of the show added: "Jack is always an exciting host because of his unpredictability, incredible comedic timing and ability to connect with our audience. We're really excited to have him back."
Black's film credits include "Kung Fu Panda," "King Kong" and "High Fidelity."
NORM MACDONALD: U.S. cable network Comedy Central says it has ordered eight episodes of "Sports Show with Norm MacDonald," a scripted series to start airing in April.
MacDonald, a former "Saturday Night Live" cast member, will be an executive producer, along with Marc Gurvitz, Lori Jo Hoekstra and Jackhole's Daniel Kellison. The new show is to be taped in front of a live studio audience beginning this month and will cover a wide variety of sports, both popular and obscure, the network said.
"Norm has the uncanny ability to say what I didn't even realize I was thinking," Kent Alterman, Comedy Central's head of original programming and production, said in a statement Thursday.
MacDonald said he's excited and looks forward to doing the series.
"On this show, we plan to put the 'central' back in 'Comedy Central,'" he said.
NICOLE KIDMAN: Oscar winner and current nominee Nicole Kidman has agreed to be a presenter at the 83rd Academy Awards in Los Angeles, the show's producers said.
Kidman is nominated this year for her lead performance in "Rabbit Hole."
She took home the Best Actress Oscar in 2002 for her portrayal of Virginia Woolf in "The Hours" and also received a nomination in 2001 for her lead performance in "Moulin Rouge." Her other film credits include "The Golden Compass," "Cold Mountain," "Dogville," "The Others," "The Portrait of a Lady," "To Die For" and "Dead Calm."
Academy Awards for outstanding film achievements of 2010 are to be presented Feb. 27 at the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center. The ceremony is to be televised live on the ABC Television Network.