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Pop superstar Prince has vowed to make his upcoming Los Angeles gigs more accessible to fans by selling 85 per cent of the tickets at a special cheap rate.
Attorneys at Patterson Belknap Webb & Tyler claimed the singer have not paid for their handling of cases in three cities.
At the end of his concert in the Big Apple in front of star-studded concertgoers, Prince handed out $1.5 million to charitable causes.
Attending the 'Purple Rain' hitmaker's New York concert, Kim tweeted that she was pulled up the stage twice.
The Super Bowl benefit show was canceled shortly before it was due February 4 because the organizers lost their investors.
The two stars spark rumor that they have reunited after Madonna was spotted in the audience at Prince's gig on January 18.
The singer serenaded Meester with a song when the 'Gossip Girl' star attended his concert in New York recently.
Beside the sold-out gigs in New York City, Prince is also planning three December concerts at the Izod Center in New Jersey.
The 'Purple Rain' hitmaker has no longer dealt with legal papers filed by attorney Ed McPherson who claimed the star failed to pay him for his work on two different cases.
The annual festival's organizer Michael Eavis hinted that it's either the 'Purple Rain' hitmaker or Madonna who will be on the main stage.
Attorney Ed McPherson has filed the papers at Los Angeles County Superior Court on August 3 and the singer is now facing a 50,000 dollars lawsuit.
The singer might already be ruing his decision to give away '20Ten' as hundreds of copies of the album have gone on sale on various websites, attracting bids of more than $20.
'When Stevie is live somewhere and he knows I'm not far away, he always calls me up to invite me along,' Prince said.
The singer now changes his appearance so his superstar status is not detected when appearing in people's doorsteps to talk about his faith
The artist is still refusing to allow websites to sell his music and he's adamant fans will soon move on from the Internet.