Joni Mitchell was rushed to a hospital in L.A. on early Wednesday, April 1 after she was found being unconscious in her own home. She is currently having an intensive treatment and undergoing some tests, but, as stated on her Twitter, she is awake and in good spirits.
A source told TMZ that paramedics rushed to Bel Air, where the legendary singer lives, at around 2:30 P.M. after they received a 911 call. Mitchell was found unconscious but she reportedly regained consciousness on the way to the hospital.
Mitchell is a longlife smoker who was once quoted as saying that "six decades of smoking have robbed me of my voice." She also has a long history with some diseases including polio when she was 8 years old, unnamed disorder that caused her sob easily, chronic illness and a rare skin disease.
It was only last year she finally opened up about her rare skin disease to Billboard Magazine, saying that she suffered from Morgellons disease, which prevented her from performing. The disease is a rare, mysterious and controversial disease that attacks the nervous system and makes sufferers feel like there are parasites living under the skin.
Despite the disease, Mitchell had big success with her four-disc box set released last year. She also appeared at Clive Davis' annual pre-Grammy party in February.
The 70-year-old Mitchell became a music icon during the late 1960s and early 1970s with songs like "Big Yellow Taxi", "Both Sides Now" and "Woodstock". She was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 1997. Her most recent album of original music, "Shine", was released in 2007.
Russell Crowe was once annoyed with Michael Jackson because of his silly actions. The "Man of Steel" actor said that Jackson used to prank call him with cheesy jokes.
In recent interview with the Guardian, Crowe said, "Two or three f***ing years, I never met him, never shook his hand, but he found out the name I stayed in hotels under, so it didn't matter where I was, he'd ring up do this kind of thing, like you did when you were 10, you know." He was disturbed by those kind of joke and did not consider it funny. Moreover, he claimed that Jackson was a weird person because of his jokes.
When asked what Jackson would say, Crowe replied, " 'Is Mr. Wall there? Is Mrs. Wall there? Are there any Walls there? Then what's holding the roof up? Ha ha.' You're supposed to grow out of doing that, right?" Crowe also revealed another prank that Jackson made, "He'd ring me and in a strong voice and say, 'There is an emergency and you need to leave the building,' " said Crowe. "I'd ask 'Who is this?' And he'd say, 'Do not worry Russell, just kidding, this is Michael.' "
Still celebrating after being announced as the new "The Daily Show" host, Trevor Noah has landed in hot water over his past jokes. A search through his Twitter has unearthed some offensive jokes that he made before he joined the Comedy Central series as a correspondent in late 2014.
"Messi gets the ball and the real players try foul him, but Messi doesn't go down easy, just like jewish chicks," one of the jokes read. He also posted in June 2010, "South Africans know how to recycle like israel knows how to be peaceful." Another joke read, " 'Oh yeah the weekend. People are gonna get drunk & think that I'm sexy!' - fat chicks everywhere."
Noah quickly responded to the backlash, tweeting on Tuesday, March 31, "To reduce my views to a handful of jokes that didn't land is not a true reflection of my character, nor my evolution as a comedian."
Comedy Central has also come to his defense, saying in a statement, "Like many comedians, Trevor Noah pushes boundaries; he is provocative and spares no one, himself included. To judge him or his comedy based on a handful of jokes is unfair. Trevor is a talented comedian with a bright future at Comedy Central."
Noah will replace Jon Stewart when the veteran comedian resigns from his position as "The Daily Show" host after more than 16 years. Stewart's last date on the show, however, has not been set yet.
ITV has confirmed Downton Abbey will end after series six.
Writer Julian Fellowes is ditching the popular ITV show, which stars Hugh Bonneville as the Earl of Grantham, after its sixth series so he can work on a new project about 19th century New York.
Mirror Online readers were first to find out Downton Abbey WILL end this year as cast look for job offers in America and now ITV confirm the news.
Downton Abbey is the highest rating UK drama of the past decade across any channel, with an average of 11 million viewers over the course of the five series, including Christmas specials.
Julian Fellowes, writer, creator and Executive Producer of Downton Abbey, one of the UK’s biggest ever drama exports said: "The Downton journey has been amazing for everyone aboard. People ask if we knew what was going to happen when we started to make the first series and the answer is that, of course we had no idea.
"Exactly why the series had such an impact and reached so many people around the world, all nationalities, all ages, all types, I cannot begin to explain. But I do know how grateful we are to have been allowed this unique experience. I suspect the show will always be a principal marker in most of our careers as we set out from here, and if so, I consider that a blessing and a compliment."
Carnival’s Managing Director and Executive Producer of Downton Abbey, Gareth Neame added: "Millions of people around the world have followed the journey of the Crawley family and those who serve them for the last five years. Inevitably there comes a time when all shows should end and Downton is no exception. We wanted to close the doors of Downton Abbey when it felt right and natural for the storylines to come together and when the show was still being enjoyed so much by its fans. We can promise a final season full of all the usual drama and intrigue, but with the added excitement of discovering how and where they all end up...”
ITV's Director of Television, Peter Fincham said: “When Julian Fellowes and Gareth Neame brought us the idea for Downton Abbey six years ago we thought it would be a great Sunday night series for ITV, but we had no way of knowing that it would become a global phenomenon playing to hundreds of millions of viewers around the world.
"What a ride it's been - for everyone involved in the production, for the cast, and most of the all for the audience. We all thought very carefully about the right moment to bring something so special to a close that felt editorially right, and left viewers wanting more. Christmas Day on ITV this year will certainly be one to remember, as the concluding special brings a series to an end that started as a leap of faith for all of us, and ended surpassing all expectations.”
The Golden Globe®, Emmy®, PGA, BAFTA, National Television Awards and Screen Actors Guild award-winning show, debuted on ITV in 2010 and has since become a global phenomenon. Downton Abbey is now in over 250 territories worldwide.
The series which was loved by many saw new heights during series five with over 60 million tweet impressions though Autumn 2014.
The series 5 transmission in the UK through Autumn 2014 reached new heights with over 60 million tweet impressions, a reach of almost 6 million on the top Facebook post and weekly trending across hashtags and conversation points, gaining a social media chart spot week on week. The UK series finale and the 2014 Christmas episode saw @DowntonAbbey trending in the top spot confirming the impact and influence of this global brand in the social TV space.
Joan Collins has been made a dame and admitted she never expected the honour "in a billion years".
The Dynasty actress was given the accolade by the Prince of Wales at a ceremony at Buckingham Palace on Wednesday.
Accepting the recognition, the 81-year-old star said: "Not in a billion years did I think I would be made a dame, it never even crossed my mind.
"It wasn't anything I ever aspired to, I just wanted to be jobbing actress, a working actor and somebody who could still perform."
Dame Joan - who was honoured for her charity work - also revealed she is glad to be keeping busy, and whilst she teased some future projects she is keeping her lips sealed on anything definitive.
The prestigious actress specifically asked for Mirror photographer Kent Gavin to take her picture - and it's a cracker.
She added: "I do my one woman show a lot, which I love doing.
"But I have a lot of irons in the fire, none of which I can talk about."
Speaking earlier this month, the star joked being a dame means she had to "have a little dignity" when asked by Mirror Celeb how she and husband Percy, a man 32 years her junior, keep things fresh after 13 years of marriage.
She said with a grin: "Although the passion inevitably does have to die down, the lust doesn’t have to go.
“Oh God, I never talk about this. I’m not going there... I have to have a little dignity... I am a dame now, after all.”
Jeremy Clarkson faces arrest today after the BBC sacked him for punching a Top Gear producer in the face with such force he had to go to A&E.
The corporation's internal investigation concluded the star, 54, launched an 'unprovoked' 30-second attack on Oisin Tymon because he was offered a plate of cold cuts instead of steak and chips.
North Yorkshire Police today said it had asked the BBC for its report into the 'fracas' in a luxury hotel in the county and said action will be taken 'where necessary'.
Revealing the sacking, Lord Hall, the Director General of the BBC, said: 'It is with great regret that I have told Jeremy Clarkson today that the BBC will not be renewing his contract. It is not a decision I have taken lightly. For me a line has been crossed. There cannot be one rule for one and one rule for another dictated by either rank, or public relations and commercial considerations.'
Lord Hall, who said he has met with Clarkson and Mr Tymon since the fracas, said the producer was subject to 'sustained verbal abuse that no-one should have to endure'.
Top Gear co-star James May has called the decision a 'tragedy' and said he, Clarkson and Richard Hammond 'come as a package', suggesting that all three are now likely to leave the BBC.
Hammond tweeted shortly afterwards: 'Gutted at such a sad end to an era. We're all three of us idiots in our different ways but it's been an incredible ride together'.
The sacking is likely to spark a bidding war for Clarkson's services, with ITV, Sky and Netflix all said to be willing to pay him millions to present a motoring show for them.
Top Gear is the BBC's most successful show, sold in more than than 200 countries, bringing in at least £50million a year, but this funding stream may be under threat after the sacking.
Clarkson was suspended two weeks ago for punching Oisin Tymon in the face when he was offered a plate of cold cuts instead of steak and chips after a long day of filming.
The BBC found Clarkson spent 20 minutes verbally abusing the producer in a luxury North Yorkshire hotel before launching a 30-second physical assault that led to another member of staff dragging him away.
Mr Tymon said today after the sacking: 'He is a unique talent and I am well aware that many will be sorry his involvement in the show should end in this way'.
The corporation's two-week investigation into the incident found:
Jeremy Clarkson punched Oisin Tymon in the the mouth in 30-second attack before he was dragged way by a bystander. Oisin Tymon did not hit him
Star then spent 20 minutes using 'prolonged verbal abuse of an extreme nature directed at Mr Tymon. The star said he would have him sacked. The abuse was so loud it was heard throughout the hotel, including in its bedrooms.
Following the attack Oisin Tymon drove to a nearby A&E department for examination
Jeremy Clarkson has made a number of attempts to apologise to Oisin Tymon by way of text, email and in person
Jeremy Clarkson reported the incident to BBC management himself
Police said today they may act after the report revealed Tymon was punched.
A North Yorkshire Police spokesman said: 'North Yorkshire Police is liaising with the BBC regarding the alleged incident in North Yorkshire involving Jeremy Clarkson.
'We have asked the BBC for the report which details the findings of their internal investigation into the matter.
'The information will be assessed appropriately and action will be taken by North Yorkshire Police where necessary.
'It would not be appropriate for North Yorkshire Police to comment further at this time.'
Tony Hall said today he had met and spoken to both men before publishing the findings of the BBC's internal investigation.
He said: 'I cannot condone what has happened on this occasion. A member of staff - who is a completely innocent party - took himself to Accident and Emergency after a physical altercation accompanied by sustained and prolonged verbal abuse of an extreme nature.
'For me a line has been crossed. There cannot be one rule for one and one rule for another dictated by either rank, or public relations and commercial considerations.'
The BBC investigation found that Mr Tymon was 'subject to an unprovoked physical and verbal attack by Jeremy Clarkson'.
It said the attack lasted around 30 seconds and only stopped when a witness intervened.
The report said 'verbal abuse was directed at Oisin Tymon on more than one occasion - both during the attack and subsequently inside the hotel - and contained the strongest expletives and threats to sack him. The abuse was at such volume as to be heard in the dining room, and the shouting was audible in a hotel bedroom.'
Mr Hall said 'no blame' was attached to Mr Tymon, who, he said, 'behaved with huge integrity throughout'.
Clarkson and his co-hosts, James May and Richard Hammond, were scheduled to take part in four live Top Gear shows in Norway this week, but it was announced on Sunday that they had been postponed.
All three men's contracts run out at the end of this month but the futures of Hammond and May are still unclear.
They were all offered new three year deals but these were put on hold after the 'fracas'.
But in a clear hint, speaking outside his home in west London, James May said Clarkson's departure is a 'tragedy'.
He said: 'Well apparently they have shot him. I've only found this out by prising the information out of various BBC sources, nobody has actually told me officially until a few moments ago when they emailed.
'I don't really have anything to say about it. It's a tragedy. I'm sorry that what ought to have been a small incident sorted out easily has turned into something big.
'I don't really want to say anything more than that at the moment, I have only known for the past few minutes and if you excuse me I have to write the eBay listing for my Ferrari.'
Asked if he thought the decision was fair, May said: 'It is probably within the law and their hands were tied.'
He added: 'I'm sure Top Gear will continue in some way. It existed before us and it has been reformatted several times.'
Asked if he will stay at Top Gear, May said: 'Erm, well I don't want to talk about that too much but I think we are very much the three of us as a package. It works for very complicated reasons that a lot of people don't fully understand. So that will require a lot of careful thought.'
Asked about a possible replacement for Clarkson and who he would like to work with, he said: 'Much as I think he's a k*** I quite like working with Jeremy.'
Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond was 'gutted' Jeremy Clarkson has been sacked.
He said all three presenters were 'idiots in our different ways' but they had 'an incredible ride.'
He tweeted: 'Gutted at such a sad end to an era. We're all three of us idiots in our different ways but it's been an incredible ride together.'
Clarkson's sacking will lead to fury among Top Gear fans and more than a million people signed a petition demanding the BBC reinstate Clarkson and hundreds have said that they will withhold their licence fee payments if he is sacked.
Among the many protesters, Nakulraj Vijeyarajah, from Glasgow, wrote: 'Bring back Clarkson. Top Gear is the only reason I watch BBC. I will stop paying my licence fee if Clarkson is not rehired'.
Chris Evans, from the West Midlands added: 'No Top Gear, no licence fee as far as I am concerned'.
If they all leave the trio are unlikely to be out of work for long.
In what could be a hint, Sky owner Rupert Murdoch said last night: 'How stupid can BBC be in firing Jeremy Clarkson? Funny man with great expertise and huge following.'
Sources have told MailOnline that ITV are prepared to offer him £10million to sign for them, Clarkson's executive producer, and schoolfriend Andy Wilman having reportedly met with them.
It comes less than a day after the presenter said he had heard 'nothing, not a sausage' regarding his future with the broadcaster.
He said outside his home yesterday: 'I'm really sorry, but I don't think you're going to find anything out today'.
The Top Gear host, 54, had been left in limbo for two weeks since the BBC announced his suspension following what it described as 'a fracas' with Mr Tymon.
For days it was reported that Lord Hall would Clarkson after the organisation's internal investigation concluded he did in fact attack Mr Tymon following a verbal tirade, but it was not confirmed until today.
However, last night the BBC insisted a final decision had not been made. A spokesman said: 'When we have an outcome, we will announce it.'
Clarkson has reportedly told friends that the BBC's management have been 'out to get' him, abd sources at the BBC have suggested that its director of TV, Danny Cohen, has seized on the incident as the reason he needs to oust the controversial figure.
Late yesterday afternoon, Clarkson told reporters outside his home that he had heard 'nothing, not a sausage'.
Friends have reportedly said that if he is fired Clarkson has said he will 'not go quietly'.
Fans and critics of Jeremy Clarkson have spoken up following the BBC's decision not to renew his contract after a fracas with producer Oisin Tymon.
The presenter's surname trended worldwide on Twitter following the announcement by director general Tony Hall.
Former tabloid newspaper editor Piers Morgan, Clarkson's long-time sparring partner, had earlier jokingly hinted in a series of tweets he might be Top Gear's new presenter.
Before the Clarkson announcement, he wrote: 'In ten minutes, I will be announced as the temporary replacement for a very popular TV presenter in the UK.
'No, no, it's 100% true. I really am standing in for a popular male TV presenter on a big UK show. Start filming in 3 weeks.
'I suspect the announcement, at 2pm UK time, will shock, delight & dismay everyone in equal measure. But that's showbiz.'
He later revealed that he will be guest-presenting ITV's Good Morning Britain for a week next month, before adding: 'This doesn't prevent me doing Top Gear as well, obviously.'
He subsequently wrote: 'If he'd stuck to just punching me, he'd have been fine. £Clarkson.'
The Guido Fawkes political blog, operated by Paul Staines, ran a campaign which garnered a million-plus petition calling on the BBC to reinstate Clarkson after he was suspended and used a tank to deliver it to New Broadcasting House.
Today it wrote: 'Sad day for Top Gear fans, BBC licence fee payers and the 1,033,933 who signed the petition to reinstate Jeremy. No doubt his enemies within the BBC will be cheering that they have finally found an excuse to get rid of him. Lentils all round.'
Former BBC chairman Christopher Bland told BBC News: 'Its quite clear from the facts he (Lord Hall) had no choice. He paid a fulsome and appropriate tribute to Jeremy Clarkson, but verbal abuse on the scale that seems to have taken place is bad enough, and if you then should bash somebody, you have no choice, he had to go.
'He's a licensed jester, he was able to make remarks about slopes on bridges and got away with that. This is absolutely of a different order of magnitude. Half an hour of abuse and then hitting someone in the face is something else altogether. It was a brave but absolutely correct decision.'
Furios Jeremy Clarkson supporters have demanded that tickets to the Top Gear Live shows are refunded now their favourite host has been given the boot.
The news sent Twitter into a frenzy with hundreds lambasting the BBC for pulling their favourite host on the multi-million viewer show.
And many disappointed fans, who have already bought tickets for upcoming live shows, are demanding their money back.
One angry Twitter user, Chris W said: "If it's true that the BBC pc, lefty, lily livered two faced sh*** have sacked Clarkson then I want a full refund for Top Gear Live Show."
Another user, Hannah, tweeted the Ticketmaster Twitter account and said: "Hi, I have been told to contact you to get a refund for Top Gear live as Jeremy Clarkson is no longer doing it."
Live Nation, the company in charge of Top Gear Live, refused to comment.
A 16-member West Indies Under 19 squad has been selected to begin early preparations for the ICC Youth World Cup scheduled to take place in Bangladesh next year.
All but five of the players selected -Kofi James, Kirstan Kallicharran, Ryan John, Dominic Drakes and Gidron Pope -were part of the squad that took part in the NAGICO Super50 Tournament in January in Trinidad & Tobago.
The two week training camp at the West Indies High Performance Centre, located on the Cave Hill campus of the University of the West Indies, will be run from March 29 to April 11.
The camp forms part of the West Indies Under-19s’ preparations for the 2016 ICC Youth World Cup scheduled to take place next year in Bangladesh.
A WICB statement says the squad is not the final one for the ICC YWC.
Players still have a chance to impress during the Regional Under-19 Tournament scheduled to take place from July 20 to August 16 in Jamaica.
Squad: Kacey Carty, Jaeel Clarke, wicketkeeper/batsman Dominic Drakes, Michael Frew, Shimron Hetmyer, Kofi James, Amir Jangoo, Ryan John, All-rounder, Alzarri Joseph, Fast bowler, Kirstan Kallicharran, Nicholas Kirton, Keemo Paul, Gidron Pope, Akil Seetal, Odean Smith, Shamar Springer.
Minutes after West Indies had bowed out of the World Cup in a flurry of blazing strokes and crashing stumps, there was a buzz in the press conference room. There had been an announcement that Chris Gayle would follow Jason Holder. Gayle had top-scored for West Indies with a 33-ball 61, but West Indies had barely managed to beat Martin Guptill's 237, and it is highly unusual for the top performer of a vanquished team to come out to talk to the media.
Through the day there had been speculation about him. Had his back healed enough for him to turn up for the match? Journalists strained their eyes to spot him when the West Indians turned up for the pre-match warm-up, and keyboards started clicking the moment he was seen. When West Indies took the field, he was stationed at extra cover, mainly to stop the single. He dived gingerly a couple of times, once to his right and once to the left, but the ball eluded him both times. But when a catch came, he didn't fluff it, stretching to secure it after a wobble. Later in the innings he took another.
When West Indies started their near-impossible chase, he took off for a single off the first ball, beginning with a sprint and ending with a hobble. His second scoring stroke, nine balls later, was a pulled six hit so hard and so flat that had a fielder come into its path, he might have been carried away by it. The next ball was smoked over mid-on for a four. Three more sixes followed, in Daniel Vettori's first over, but wickets kept falling, and by the tenth over, West Indies were ahead of the near impossible run-rate requirement, but four down.
The contest was formally over in the 17th over when Adam Milne beat Gayle's drive with a ball that was pacy and straight. As Gayle walked off he paused to doff his bat at the crowd appreciative of his valiance. Knowing glances were exchanged in the media box: was this the end, then, for Gayle in West Indian colours?
After the match was over, he returned to toss out some of his kit - gloves, cap and pads even, into the stands. What signs could be more tell-tale? The announcement of his impending press conference appearance seemed like a mere confirmation. Fingers got active again. This time on smartphones.
It's hard to say from the outside whether Gayle has lost the desire or discipline, or both, and what role the WICB, forever bumbling, forever capricious, and an object of derision in most parts of the cricket world, has played in it
It turned out to be a hoax. Apparently Gayle was never meant to come to the press conference. The West Indies media manager, who was not the one making the announcement, was puzzled that tweets referring to Gayle's retirement announcement had already gone out. Minutes later Gayle spoke to ESPN's Barry Wilkinson and categorically ruled it out. He was available to play for West Indies in all three formats, he said.
But no, he wouldn't be turning out for them in the Tests against England. His back wasn't good enough. But yes, he would be playing in the IPL, due to start a little over a week after the World Cup.
Gayle hasn't signed a contract with the West Indian Cricket Board. That makes him free to play where and when he chooses. His participation in the IPL is still subject to a no-objection certificate from the WICB, but there is nothing to suggest that it will not be granted.
It is true, too, that Gayle looks in no shape for the rigours of Test cricket. But the question is - and only he can answer it with certainty - whether he has done enough, and cared enough, in recent years and months to be in shape for the longest form of the game.
Despite the appearance of casualness, there has always been an intelligence about Gayle's batting. In his pomp, he picked his spots, and more importantly, his bowlers. His assaults, despite their cavalier air, were calibrated on percentages. There were bowlers and balls that were given respect, and his hitting arc was clearly defined. This approach carried even to T20, which has had his affection in recent years. I once watched him score 85 off 50 balls for Royal Challengers Bangalore against Kolkata Knight Riders, where he played out eight dot balls against Sunil Narine while feasting against the rest.
But in recent times, with his mobility clearly restricted, his batting has seemed to be raging against the fundamentals. On the recent tour to South Africa he belted 90 off 41 balls to help West Indies chase 231 in a T20 international, roused apparently by the injustice in the treatment of his mates Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard by the selectors. Over the rest of the series, his batting was a series of flails and swipes from outside leg stump, and till he took advantage of a poor Zimbabwe attack in the World Cup to pile up a double-hundred, his highest score in the tournament had been 41.
It's hard to say from the outside whether he has lost the desire or discipline, or both, and what role the West Indian cricket board, forever bumbling, forever capricious, and an object of derision in most parts of the cricket world, has played in it. But at the moment Gayle, their most high-profile and mercurial player, is the personification of the West Indian cricket team: capable of delivering masterful performance when body and soul are in the right place, but mostly faltering.
While the drama over Gayle held sway, Jason Holder, all of 23, and given the responsibility of marshalling an unhappy troop containing four former captains in a World Cup campaign, gave an honest, sober and dignified press conference. He had taken a lot personally. "Been through a lot, there's been a lot of criticism, left right and centre, all over the place," he said.
It was easy to feel for him. Not all the criticism had been unjustified. His handling of the bowling resources, however thin, had been questionable. He seemed to captain by rote, making bowling changes according to a seemingly pre-defined plan rather than responding to situations. His bowlers had been taken for nearly 400 once, and more than that another time. They failed to defend over 300 against Ireland, and twice Holder failed to finish the quota of Jerome Taylor, his main wicket-taking bowler.
But he had been thrust into a job he had neither sought nor was prepared for. Rather than being a reward earned, it was a punishment. More than a leader, he was a victim of his cricket board's politics. It was a credit to him that he didn't wilt and didn't lose his grace. AB de Villiers handed him the worst pounding suffered by a bowler in a short spell, but he didn't shy away from the responsibility of bowling at the death in the matches that followed. He batted with spirit and fielded at the boundary to protect his slower men.
If West Indies cricket is serious about building a team - about the sincerity of this there is doubt - they will do well to stick with Holder. Gayle is part of the chequered past. Whether he will, or should, play Test cricket again is uncertain. But given support and time, Holder could blossom into a serious cricketer. Unlike Darren Sammy before him, he can hold his place in the Test side, so a team can be built around him.
Even through their years of despair, there is a sparkle to cricket when West Indies shine occasionally. That the region hasn't been producing cricketers with the pomp and majesty of the past is troubling enough, but failing to make use of whatever they have is a sin.
After four years of marriage, sources close to Voice USA winner Tessanne Chin have confirmed her husband has moved out of the marital home, according to.
Broadcaster Michael Anthony Cuffe Jr, who married Chin in 2011 at the Coyaba Hotel in Ocho Rios, Jamaica after a year-long engagement, is reportedly staying with friends. The couple would have celebrated their fourth anniversary on Thursday, March 19.
Fans got to know the Fame 95FM radio presenter, the son of noted Jamaican broadcaster Michael Anthony Cuffe Snr, through his support of his wife during her stint on the hit US show.
“There are some allegations of infidelity but no one really knows except the two of them,” our source added.
Since winning The Voice in 2013, Tessanne Chin and her husband have been inseparable with both constantly professing their love for each other on Instagram.
After her show-stopping performance of Emeli Sande's during the battle rounds, Cuffe took to to tell the world how proud he was of his wife.
"@Words can't express the pride I feel right now for Tessanne not only an amazing talent, but an amazing human being," he wrote.
Chin, an established singer in Jamaica, shot to fame in 2013 after winning the American singing competition.
At the time, she told that being on the show did not discredit her achievements in Jamaica and vowed to remain true to her brand.
"I'll always be Tessanne. I can't be anyone else, but, hopefully, the new and improved version, like a software update," she said.
Tessanne Chin has remained silent on the news, except for a single post on Instagram.
“#LaterGram Yesterday morning having a moment to myself and giving thanks for the many blessings in my life,” Tessanne Chin wrote. “Have Great Day Everyone!!!!”
The premiere of film "Home (2015)" at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood, Calif. on Sunday afternoon, March 22, was a star-studded event with the likes of Rihanna, Jim Parsons, and Jennifer Lopez attending. Also hitting the affair's purple carpet was actress Octavia Spencer.
Rihanna, who lent her voice as Tip in the animated flick, wore a long light pink satin gown by Dior. She finished off her look with a pair of black heels and Neil Lane jewelry.
Lopez, meanwhile, brought along her twins Max and Emme to the premiere as her companions. The 45-year-old actress and entertainer voiced the character of Lucy and sang its soundtrack titled "Feel the Light".
J.Lo showed off she still has the killer body by wearing a darling light blue lace Zuhair mini dress paired with sparkly Louboutins. She shared laughs with her kids on the purple carpet after striking poses for awaiting photographers. Among the other stars spotted attending "Home" premiere were Olivia Holt, Kerri Medders, Kelli Berglund, and Garrett Clayton. The film will hit theaters in the U.S. this coming Friday, March 27.