AP ShowBiz Minute.

Country singer Mindy McCready is said to have died on Sunday in an apparent suicide.

Reports suggest that the 37-year-old died from what looks like a self-inflicted gunshot to the head.

Her death comes a month after her longtime boyfriend David Wilson is believed to have shot himself on the same porch of their home. His death was also investigated as a suicide.

Hugh Grant has become a father for the second time.

The actor said he was 'thrilled' after girlfriend Tinglan Hong gave birth to their second child, a baby boy.

Bruce Willis remains a die-hard at the box office.

According to estimates, his action sequel "A Good Day to Die Hard" debuted as the weekend's top draw taking twenty-five million dollars.

Universal's comedy "Identity Thief," ran a close second taking twenty-three point four million, while "Safe Haven," starring Julianne Hough and Josh Duhamel took third place with twenty-one point four million.

This is Zara Younis with AP ShowBiz Minute.


AP Entertainment

FILE: Nashville, Tennessee, 6 April 2010

1. Close up Mindy McCread


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2. TV show clip - "VH1 Celebrity Rehab" Mindy McCready singing "I'm Still Here" for the "Celebrity Rehab" participants

AP Entertainment

Toronto, 9 September 2012

3. Medium of Hugh Grant talking to reporters on red carpet

20th Century Fox

4. Trailer clip: "A Good Day to Die Hard"

Universal Studios

5. Trailer clip: "Identity Thief"

Relativity Media

6. Trailer excerpt: "Safe Haven"

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