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RICHARD STREET: Former Temptations singer Richard Street has died from a blood clot in his lung at a Las Vegas hospital, said his wife, Cindy. He was 70.
The Los Angeles Times confirmed his Wednesday death.
The Detroit native performed in the pre-Temptations group Otis Williams & the Distants, then sang with Williams and The Temptations from 1971 to 1993.
Street can be heard on the group's signature hits "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone," "Superstar [Remember How You Got Where You Are,]" "Heavenly" and "Hey Girl [I Like Your Style.]"
The Times said Street enjoyed a successful solo career up until recently, touring widely in Europe last year.
He is survived by his wife and four children.
ANASTACIA: U.S. pop star Anastacia has announced a second diagnosis of breast cancer has forced her to cancel her upcoming European concert tour.
"Anastacia has sadly been diagnosed with breast cancer for the second time after having successfully survived her 2003 battle with the disease," a message on her website said Wednesday.
"Consequently she has been forced to cancel all performances, tours and any travel from now until further notice," the message said. "Anastacia was excited about her forthcoming European tour which was due to start April 6 in London. ... Please respect her need for privacy during such a trying time."
"I feel so awful to be letting down all my amazing fans who were looking forward to [my] 'It's a Man's World Tour.' It just breaks my heart to disappoint them," the singer said in a statement.
Anastacia's website said she plans to continue writing and recording songs for her new album despite her diagnosis and hopes to schedule a new tour as soon as possible.
The recording artist did not say what kind of treatment, if any, she planned to undergo.
DAVID CANARY: "All My Children" mainstay David Canary has joined the cast of the Internet edition of the revived U.S. soap opera, The Online Network said.
The 74-year-old actor will reprise his role of Adam Chandler on the show, which is in production now. Canary played the character from 1983 to 2010 and won five Daytime Emmy Awards for Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Also announced Wednesday as returning are Sal Stowers as Cassandra Foster, Eric Nelson as A.J. Chandler, Denyse Tontz as Miranda Montgomery, Jordan Lane Price as Celia Fitzgerald, Ryan Bittle as J.R. Chandler, Eden Riegel as Bianca Montgomery, Cady McClain as Dixie Cooney, Ray MacDonnell as Dr. Joe Martin, Heather Roop as Jane McIntyre and Francesca James as Evelyn Johnson.
ABC announced in 2011 it was canceling the soap operas "All My Children" and "One Life to Live" to make way for more lifestyle programming on its daytime lineup.
The Online Network secured the rights to the beloved shows and plans to air new episodes later this year on the Internet.
SCOTT WEILAND: Stone Temple Pilots front man Scott Weiland says he doesn't understand how the American rock band he founded could fire him as it said it did Wednesday.
"I learned of my supposed 'termination' from Stone Temple Pilots this morning by reading about it in the press," Weiland said in a statement Thursday after his band made its surprise announcement.
"Not sure how I can be 'terminated' from a band that I founded, fronted and co-wrote many of its biggest hits, but that's something for the lawyers to figure out. In the meantime, I'm looking forward to seeing all of my fans on my solo tour which starts this Friday."
MTV News said emails to Stone Temple Pilots' representatives seeking further clarification on the matter were not immediately answered.