Over the weekend, Kanye West was in Kazakhstan to perform for President Nursultan Nazarbayev at the president’s grandson’s wedding in Almaty (at the Hotel Royal Tulip, an excellent hotel name). According to TMZ, Yeezus got paid $3 million for the performance. Pres. Nazarbayev is reportedly “worth billions” (mostly from plundered oil reserves, I would assume). The problem? Pres. Nazarbayev is on the Human Rights Watch’s list of dictators who mistreat, abuse, detain and kill their own people.
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I wouldn’t think a grown man would want people to know that he built a Batcave at his house, but director Kevin Smith didn’t care about that and put Ben Affleck on blast, revealing that he’s done just that. Kevin bought Ben’s old house a few years back, whereupon he discovered just how into Batman the new Batman is.
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Celine Dion is putting her infamously extravagant Florida mansion on the market, and I think if we pool all of our life savings, we can maybe afford to buy … one of the lawn chairs. The asking price for this 10,000 square-foot love nest is $72.5 million, which does seem like a lot, doesn’t it? But! When you consider what you’re getting for the money.
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Thank you Mark Wahlberg! Seriously, someone needs to slap some sense into this kid. I’m so sick of Justin Bieber’s recent immature antics.
The 19-year-old singer has been getting into some trouble this summer with photographers and police. Most recently, the Biebs is facing assault charges for spitting on a DJ in a night club in Columbus, Ohio.
Marky Mark told the UK Sun on Tuesday, “Don’t be so naughty, yeah? Be a nice boy, pull your [pants] up, make your mom proud and stop smoking weed, you little bastard.’
He is just an arrogant, entitled little brat who needs to clean up his act or he will no doubt be on the same road as Lindsay Lohan or Amanda Bynes. It’s also upsetting because Bieber used to be such a nice role model that his fan could look up to.
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Doping brings another sport superstar down!
Alex Rodriguez is the latest sports superstar to be embroiled in a doping scandal. What makes this even a bigger story is that he has the largest contract ever in American sports, at $275 million over 10 years, signed with the Yankees in 2007.
He previously admitted to using banned substances in the early 2000s and then there are the newer allegations this past year of having used performance-enhancing drugs. Read More »
With the birth of her grandson that she will never meet, Princess Diana’s picture graced September’s edition of Vanity Fair, exposing her two year affair with Pakistani doctor, Hasnat Khan.
The story also is featured in the wake of the new docu-film (hitting theaters this fall) which is entitled Diana and re-accounts her affair, as well as the last few years before her death.
“Diana was madly in love with Hasnat Khan and wanted to marry him, even if that meant living in Pakistan,” said Jemima Khan, a friend to the princess, of no relation to the surgeon.
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Sydney Leathers had a profile on SeekingArrangement, billed as the #1 sugar daddy dating site. TMZ reports that she was actively seeking sugar daddies on this site (and others) for more than three years in which time she juggled multiple men, but no more than three at once — some who paid her up to $4,000 a pop for the pleasure of her company via chat, Skype, in the form of dirty pictures or dates, but never for sex.
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Well, it looks like Bravo is going to have to put out a casting call for the next season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
Teresa Giudice, 41, and her husband, Giuseppe “Joe” Giudice, 43, both of Towaco, N.J., were charged with conspiracy to commit mail and wire fraud, bank fraud, making false statements on loan applications and bankruptcy fraud in a 39-count indictment on Monday. The indictment also charges Giuseppe Giudice with failure to file tax returns for tax years 2004 through 2008, during which time he allegedly earned nearly $1 million.
The couple were in court today to answer the indictment that was issued yesterday on federal fraud charges. The court visit didn’t last long. Joe and Teresa were freed on $500,000 bond each, reports AP. They had to surrender their passports and can’t travel outside of New Jersey and New York. They did not enter pleas. Read More »