Eminem's daughter has graduated with honours from her Michigan high school. Hailie Jade Scott Mathers was rewarded for her hard work and good grades at Chippewa Valley High School in Clinton Township on 8 June (14).
The teen was handed an Academic Excellence Award, a Department of Psychology Award and she also graduated Summa Cum Laude for maintaining a high grade point average.
Hailie, who was the high school's homecoming queen last year (13), will be attending Michigan State University in the autumn (14).
She is not the only famous offspring to start college in Michigan later this year (14) - another Madonna's daughter Lourdes will be attending her mother's alma mater, the University of Michigan, after graduating from the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York on Wednesday (25Jun14).
Madonna helped her teen daughter Lourdes celebrate the end of her high school career with a pre-prom party on Saturday (21Jun14). The Material Girl hitmaker organised a garden party in New York City for the 17 year old and her friends prior to their school's annual dance.
In photos posted on Instagram.com, Lourdes posed in a black and white polka dot dress next to her pals. A caption accompanying the image reads: "Pre prom turn up ! #yaaaaaassssssb**ch (sic)", while another shot shows off one of Lourdes' male classmates modelling his tuxedo, to which the Vogue singer added, "Strike a pose!"
The music icon took a break from serving as hostess and snapped a picture of a wine glass placed perfectly between her feet while she relaxed on the grass, and wrote, "Mama takes a rest! #graduateb**ch (sic)".
Lourdes is set to graduate from the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts on Wednesday (25Jun14).
A group of students at New York's 'Fame' performing arts academy are threatening to boycott a gala honouring veteran musician Peter Yarrow because of his sex conviction. The Peter, Paul and Mary star pleaded guilty to "taking indecent liberties" with a 14-year-old girl in 1970 and was jailed for three months, but he has since apologised for the incident and was even pardoned by U.S. President Jimmy Carter in 1981.
The Puff, The Magic Dragon hitmaker is set to be honoured by the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts next month (May14), but news of the planned gala has outraged students.
A message posted on Facebook.com suggests pupils have the choice of opting out of performing for Yarrow, and a dozen students have since confirmed they will not take part.
The planned event has also upset several parents of youngsters at the school - which inspired hit 1980 movie musical Fame - with one telling the New York Post, "Is it even legal for him to be in a school? They have lots of famous alumni who went to that school. Is this really the best choice for someone to honour and be on stage with these children?"
Yarrow is due to receive a Hall of Fame award at the school's Parents Association Gala at the Lincoln Center on 21 May (14), which will be hosted by Al Roker.
In a statement, the musician tells the New York Post, "I hope that my contrition and my efforts to help humanity over the years will allow me a measure of the public's forgiveness."
A spokeswoman for the school's Parents Association adds, "He has taken responsibility for his actions, paid his dues to society, and showed remorse for what happened."
Madonna's teenage daughter Lourdes has ended her romance with Homeland actor Timothee Chalamet, according to a U.S. report. Lourdes, 17, was first linked to Chalamet last year (13) after meeting him at the Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York, where they are both pupils.
However, New York Post gossip column Page Six reports the young couple is no longer together.
Chalamet played Vice President William Walden's son Finn in hit U.S. drama Homeland.
Family members tell TMZ.com the star had been battling a staph infection, but further details regarding his death were unavailable as WENN went to press.
After serving in the U.S. Navy during World War II, Bosley made his stage debut in Our Town with Chicago's Canterbury Players.
He later shared the stage with Paul Newman at the Woodstock Opera House in Illinois, but his breakthrough stage role came in 1959 when he portrayed New York Mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia in Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Fiorello! The part won him a Tony Award.
But Bosley is perhaps best remembered for his role as patriarch Howard Cunningham on the hit TV sitcom Happy Days, which ran from 1974 to 1984.
He also landed a string of notable film and TV credits, including Murder, She Wrote and Father Dowling Mysteries, and more recently cameos in That '70s Show and One Tree Hill.
Bosley last appeared in 2010 comedy The Back-up Plan, starring Jennifer Lopez.
Tom Bosley, famous for his depiction of Mr. Cunningham in Happy Days, died today. He was 83.
TMZ reports a representative of Bosley's family said he "died of natural causes or specifically, from a brief battle with lung cancer." The website also reports that Bosley had been fighting a staph infection.
Bosley's career was impressive. He won a Tony Award for his breakout role as New York City mayor Fiorello H. La Guardia in the Broadway musical Fiorello! in 1959. In 1974, he took his role as Mr. Cunningham. Following his Happy Days stint, he worked as a voice actor and took numerous small roles throughout the years, including the '80s cartoon The World of David the Gnome. His most recent credit was a small role 2010's The Back-Up Plan. And to top it off, TV Guide ranked him number 9 on their "Top TV Dads of All Time" list.
Mr. Bosley, you will be missed.