Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert will air on NBC on Wednesday at 9 p.m.
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• Usher is the latest superstar to join tomorrow's Oklahoma relief benefit concert. Healing in the Heartland: Relief Benefit Concert will air Wednesday on NBC at 9 p.m. EST and will also feature performances by Miranda Lambert, Luke Bryan, Reba McEntire and more. The star-studded event will benefit the United Way of Central Oklahoma May Tornadoes Relief Fund. [Hollywood Reporter]
• Plans to screen Kanye West's new video, "New Slaves," in Houston were thwarted by police, reports RollingStone. Authorities arrived to the outdoor screening recently and shut it down threatening arrest for trespassers if they didn't vacate the premises. Two other screenings scheduled for Houston failed as well—one had technical difficulties and the other never seemed to get started. [RollingStone]
• Laila Ali is showing off her newly trimmed physique in the newest issue of PEOPLE. The athlete revealed exactly how she dropped the baby weight. "The second time around I knew what to expect so I was a little easier on myself," said Ali. "Once I saw that you just have to eat right and exercise, that's what I did and it worked." Ali says she also runs three times a week in addition to doing strength training and lifting weights. But most importantly, she gives herself room to eat what she likes. Ali allows herself to cheat about once a week. [People]
• Boxing legend Evander Holyfield is in trouble with Child Services this morning. A judge has given the agency the right to take away Holyfield's driver's license for failure to pay child support. He allegedly owes over $300,000 and has 11 children. It's unclear how much is owed to each child's mother. [Rolling Out]