Tracy Morgan has married his fiancee of four years. According to the 46-year-old actor-comedian’s publicist, Morgan wed Megan Wollover on Sunday with their 2-year-old daughter in attendance. It is Morgan’s second marriage. The ceremony came 14 months after the June 2014 crash that seriously injured Morgan and killed a fellow comedian when their limousine was struck by a truck on the New Jersey Turnpike. The former ‘‘30 Rock’’ star has mostly been out of sight since the crash as he recuperated from his injuries. But NBC recently announced that on Oct. 17 he will guest host ‘‘Saturday Night Live,’’ where he was a cast member from 1996-2003.
Two hurt at Billboard fest
Two girls suffered minor injuries after rapper Fetty Wap jumped off stage and into the crowd at the Billboard Hot 100 festival on Long Island. Newsday reports the girls became trapped under a fence Sunday afternoon when the crowd rushed the stage. Wap was among two dozen artists performing at the Nikon at Jones Beach Theatre. Others include Justin Bieber, Nicki Minaj, and Lil Wayne. More than 1,000 fans were in the audience as a group pushed forward to take photos of the entertainer. The newspaper says the girls were treated by medics backstage. Wap, whose real name is Freddy Maxwell, returned to the stage minutes later and apologized before continuing with the performance.
Bindi Irwin joins ‘Dancing’
Bindi Irwin will compete on season 21 of ABC’s ‘‘Dancing With the Stars.’’ ‘‘Good Morning America’’ revealed the news Monday with a live interview with Irwin, the daughter of late wildlife expert ‘‘Crocodile Hunter’’ Steve Irwin. ‘‘This is completely different to anything I’ve done in my life. I’m used to wrangling crocodiles,” said the 17-year-old. Irwin has worked to carry on her father’s legacy, hosting TV shows and co-writing books to promote conservationism. ‘‘Dancing With the Stars’’ returns Sept. 14.
Judge rules for Howard
A judge overturned Terrence Howard’s divorce settlement with his second wife Monday, finding the actor was coerced into signing the settlement by her threats to leak private details. Superior Court Judge Thomas Trent Lewis’ ruling means Howard and his ex-wife, Michelle Ghent, will now have to renegotiate the financial terms of their divorce. The ruling also ends, for now, any claims Ghent has to Howard’s earnings from the hit TV show ‘‘Empire.’’ ‘‘The evidence of extortion or duress was unrebutted,’’ Lewis said. Howard contended he signed a 2012 settlement to end his marriage to
Ghent out of fear she would leak private details about him, including phone sex recordings with other women and a video of him dancing naked in a bathroom.
set at $40,000 cash, and he faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted.