It pays to be a drama queen! radio detection and rangingOnline.com has learned that Tamra Barney Judge rakes in a whopping $ 600,000 per year, according to her ex-husband, Simon Barney. The reality star’s finances — and details of her estranged relationship with daughter Sidney, 15 — are laid bare in newly filed court documents, and radio detection and rangingOnline.com has all the details.
Barney filed extensive financial documents as… Continue reading That’s Rich! ‘Real Housewives Of Orange County’ Star Tamra Barney Judge Makes $600K Per Year, Her Ex Claims — SEE Her Finances Laid Bare In Jaw-Dropping Court Documents
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Whitney Houston was laid to rest Sunday. The singer’s very private burial took place at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, New Jersey.
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Only family and a few close friends were permitted to attend the service, with Whitney being buried next to her father John Houston, who died in 2003.
Whitney’s daughter, Bobbi Kristina, is being cared for by her grandmother… Continue reading Whitney Houston Laid To Rest
The “Work It” era is coming to an end at ABC.
The network sent a notice late Friday (Jan. 13) that it’s pulling the low-rated, savagely reviewed sitcom after just two episodes. Tuesday’s show drew 4.9 million viewers and a paltry 1.5 rating among adults 18-49.
So, that means “Cougar Town” is on its way back in the next week or two, right? Well, not immediately —… Continue reading 'Work It' gets laid off ... but no 'Cougar Town' quite yet
On a day marked by famed film critic Armond White’s annually hilarious Better-Than list, one of White’s many adversaries in the critical world was laid off. The Village Voice let go of long-time film reviewer J. Hoberman, who had been writing for the alt-weekly since 1983.
Hoberman, who started writing for the paper in 1983 and was promoted to head film critic in 1988, was not stunned by the… Continue reading J. Hoberman Laid Off: Village Voice Film Critic Let Go After More Than 20 Years
Charlie Sheen isn’t the only high-profile actor who’s out of job next season. Networks chased after a slew of stars during pilot season, then left a bunch out in the cold once they decided which series were making their schedule. Among the survivors are Tim Allen (Last Man Standing), James Van Der Beek (Apartment 23),
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