Josh Kelley, Fiancee of Katherine Heigl, Involved in Tour Bus Crash

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The fiancee of Katherine Heigl was involved in a major tour bus crash over the weekend, but survived. Sources say Josh Kelley, 25, suffered minor injuries, the extent of which are unconfirmed.

Josh Kelley, Fiancee of Katherine Heigl, Involved in Tour Bus Crash
The singer/songwriter is currently on tour with Five for Fighting, and is scheduled to perform in St. Louis, Missouri, Friday night. No word yet on whether that concert has been cancelled.

Kelley released his third album, Just Say The Word, in July 2006, and has toured with artists such as Third Eye Blind and Counting Crows.

Katherine Heigl and Kelley have been together since last year and announced their engagement June 2006. No wedding date has been set. Here's hoping Josh is fine and his tour resumes soon.

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