Tito going solo...
Tito Jackson is going solo.
The 57-year-old musician and original member of the Jackson 5 says he will unveil some of his new material during a New Year's Eve performance in Atlanta.
He also plans to perform some Jackson 5 classics at the city's 22nd annual Peach Drop celebration.
Jackson's debut solo album, "So Far, So Good," will be released in early 2011. He says he had planned to release the album earlier, but after his brother Michael's death in 2009, "it took a minute to get my head back in the right direction."
The guitarist says that as a Jackson, his solo album is long overdue: "The only people who haven't done it are my mom and dad and the family dog."
Reese Witherspoon is engaged to Hollywood agent Jim Toth.
A representative for the actress confirmed that the couple will wed and says they're "extremely happy." The engagement was first reported by Us Weekly.
The 34-year-old actress was previously married to actor Ryan Phillippe. She has two children with him, and they divorced in 2008.
Witherspoon won an Oscar for her performance in "Walk the Line." She stars in the recently released comedy "How Do You Know."
Toth is an agent for Creative Artists Agency. Witherspoon is a CAA client but is represented by another agent.
In case you were waiting...
John Leguizamo is readying the latest installment of his life for a Broadway run.
The 46-year-old comedian-actor will bring a new one-man autobiographical show, "Ghetto Klown," to the Lyceum Theater beginning Feb. 21. The show officially opens March 22 and runs 12 weeks.
"Ghetto Klown" will delve into the early days of Leguizamo's acting career and his roles in Hollywood. It will follow in the tradition of his shows "Spic-O-Rama," "Freak" and "Sexaholix."
The new one, to be fine-tuned in Chicago in February, will be directed by Fisher Stevens.
Leguizamo won an Emmy for his monologue "Freak," which originally appeared on Broadway in 1998.
Fallen actor in rehab...
The actor who suffered a skull fracture and cracked vertebrae when he fell 30 feet while playing Spider-Man on Broadway is out of the intensive care unit and has begun inpatient rehabilitation.
Tim Tierney says that his son Christopher was able to walk without a walker but with the help of a full-torso brace Tuesday before being discharged from the hospital and transferred to a New York City rehab facility.
Christopher Tierney fell Dec. 20 during a performance of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," plunging from a ledge into a stage pit despite wearing a safety harness.