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• Chaka Khan will be inducted into the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame. The ceremony will take place on Monday, June 10 during its annual spring gala concert. So far, Patti LaBelle and Mary J. Blige are confirmed to give tributes to the iconic star. This year marks Khan's 40th anniversary in the music business. "I am honored that the Apollo is inducting me into the Apollo Legends Hall of Fame," says Khan. "The Apollo Theater is an American institution and is world-renowned for developing, nurturing, and creating talent for decades. The Apollo Theater has supported my career and now they are a part of honoring my legacy. I am looking forward to the celebration."
• Fantasia will return to the stage that made her a star. The singer will perform her latest single, "Lose to Win," next Thursday on American Idol. Fantasia won season three in 2003. Her latest album, Side Effects of You, will hit stores on April 23. [Entertainment Weekly]
• Jamie Foxx will be honored without the MTV Movie Awards' Generation Award this Sunday. Foxx's career has allowed him to jump into movies, music and television with ease. Foxx's latest movie, White House Down in which he plays the president, hits theaters on June 28. [MTV]
• Ne-Yo says leaving his kids behind while he's on the road is difficult for him. "It's the hardest thing in the world," he says. "I just want to hug them and I can't. Thank God for Skype and FaceTime." Ne-Yo is the proud father of two-year-old daughter Madilyn Grace and 18-month-old Mason Evan. Every extra moment he gets he tries to see his kids. "They change every day and their little personalities are just coming out." [People]