The day's top showbiz news and headlines including Suge Knight to stand trial for murder, Kanye West makes Time magazine's ''100 Most Influential People,'' and Gisele Bundchen walks her final runway. Bob Mezan reports.
Suge Knight has been ordered to stand trial for murder. A Los Angeles judge handed down the ruling on Thursday (April 16). He also reduced Knight's bail from 25 million to 10 million dollars. Knight has pleaded not guilty to charges including murder and attempted murder over an incident which left one man dead and another severely injured. Time magazine has released its annual list, "100 Most Influential People," and Kanye West made one of the magazine's covers. Hitting another cover was actor Bradley Cooper. The Hollywood personalities joined a list that included U.S. Supreme Court Judge Ruth Bader Ginsberg and U.S. presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. Lady Antebellum's tour bus caught fire in Texas on Thursday (April 16) as it was driving from Nashville for the Country Music Awards. The group's co-lead singer, Hillary Scott, was on board, and managed to make it off unharmed; no one else was injured. A line-up for the 68th Cannes Film Festival has been revealed. This year's festival will include starring roles from Matthew McConaughey, Naomi Watts and Cate Blanchett among others. It will also feature a new Woody Allen film and Natalie Portman's directorial debut. The fest will run from May 13-24. Gisele Bundchen walked her runway finale at the Sao Paulo Fashion Week, retiring from the catwalk after almost a decade in the fashion spotlight. The world's highest-paid model stepped out for the last time in fine white lace and leather gladiator boots. Forbes reported last year that she model took home an estimated $47 million from contracts and other business ventures.