Now the stories are starting to come full circle.
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This is inneresting…
DrownedMadonna.com is reporting that Madge is set to perform alongside somebody REALLY big, writing (below):
As time goes on, we are learning more about Prince's tragic death.
Today, a new report from the Star Tribune in Minneapolis has revealed that the Grammy winner was likely dead for more than six hours before his body was found in an elevator at his estate in Paisley Park.
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According to TMZ, police are investigating a possible fatal mix of drugs as the music icon's cause of death.
Although toxicology results have not yet been revealed, authorities have interest to see if the artist had a combination of Percocet and Buprenorphine in his system.
This could potentially explain why Prince's doctor Michael Schulenberg and the son of California rehab Dr. Howard Kornfeld, Andrew Kornfeld, were both present when the 57-year-old passed.
Schulenberg says he went to Prince's home to hand deliver test results, while Kornfeld says he was there to deliver Buprenorphine pills — which are used to treat opiate addiction — to the singer's local doctor. Hmm… Coincidence?
The outlet reports that medical experts say combining Percocet and Buprenorphine can be deadly as both drugs suppress breathing and can create a "dangerous synergistic effect."
If results show both drugs in the singer's system, both doctors will be questioned again to get to the bottom of who should be held responsible.
We'll let you know as soon as a toxicology report becomes available.
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This family can't even come together for this??
According to TMZ, at least three of the Purple One's siblings are on board to co-produce a TV special with some bigtime music producers, featuring an all-star lineup of musicians performing tributes.
The money from the special would potentially be enough to keep the entire family afloat while the estate is divided.
But apparently sister Tyka won't sign on — because she wants to produce her own special! And one other sibling is in her corner!
Sadly, the sibs are reportedly only speaking through lawyers, and the fight has gotten "really nasty."
Can't they get along just for the tribute? Pop stars are definitely not going to want to be forced to choose WHICH memorial special they're going to play at!
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The Lizzie McGuire alum drank some of Bey's Lemonade Saturday night when she went to the singer's Formation World Tour!
Hil hit up the Rose Bowl in Pascadena, California for the El Lay leg of the songstress's tour — but the former Disney star was only one of many celebs in attendance!
We have a feeling everyone in the audience had as much of a blast as Hilary — who was at one point spotted in the crowd on another fan's shoulders dancing to Crazy In Love!
Ch-ch-check out fan footage of the show (below) to see Hilary go cray for Bey!
Well, this is certainly troubling.
On Monday, it was revealed the police in Wilmette, Illinois are looking for Sinead O'Connor in order to confirm her well being. Reportedly, the Nothing Compares 2 U singer went for a bike ride around 6 a.m. on Sunday and has not been seen since. Oh no!
It's said that the 49-year-old has been listed as "missing suicidal."
What's most concerning is that Miz O'Connor penned an emotional note on Friday to her son Shane, who is currently out of her custody. She posted:
Prince's untimely death from an apparent drug overdose has prompted officials in Minnesota to address the opiate prescription problem in the state.
According to TMZ, members of the Minnesota Board of Medical Practice met on Saturday and came to the conclusion that prescriptions for opiates are "out of control."
Board members called for stricter regulations and better supervision of doctors who give out painkiller prescriptions.
Although Prince was not mentioned by name, a member did acknowledge that his death had incited a closer look at the problem.
Some board members also concluded that doctors have been relying on opiate prescriptions instead of figuring out less dangerous ways to treat chronic pain conditions that won't result in death.
We'll keep you posted as more information on this reform becomes available.
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