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Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift, Madonna — these are only three of the amazing women who topped Forbes’ annual highest paid women in music list. Their incomes ranged from a whopping $125 million to an also whopping $29 million, but one HollywoodLife staple clocked in at number two with a very impressive $80 million.
Lady Gaga, 27, and Taylor Swift, 23, have both had pretty epic years. And on Dec. 12, both ladies made the cut when Forbes released its annual list of the ten highest paid women in music. Though Madonna topped the list with a jaw-dropping $125 million, one of these two ladies came in second with a cool $80 million. So, who do you think it was? Read below to find out!
Lady Gaga Made $80 Million In 2013
She lives for the applause, but the cash doesn’t hurt either! Lady Gaga came in second behind Madonna, earning a shocking $80 million in 2013. Much of the Artpop singer’s »
- HL Intern
NuvoTV will begin airing Dexter beginning January 13, 2014 — airing uncut all eight seasons of the serial killer drama that ended its original run on Showtime in September with record viewership numbers. The content licensing agreement unveiled today is the second part of what likely will be a three-part syndication plan that we’re hearing will include a third basic cable window. The main part of the deal came in October, when Netflix announced it had struck a deal with CBS to stream Dexter – the first four seasons became available on the streaming series October 31, with Seasons 5-8 coming online January 1. NuvoTV is an interesting fit for the series, whose Miami setting and several Latino castmembers — among them Lauren Velez, David Zayas, Angel Juan Marcos Batista, Aimee Garcia, Christian Camargo, Edward James Olmos and Jimmy Smits — jibe well with the English-language network’s self-described “modern Latino” audience. The network has been boosting »
- THE DEADLINE TEAM
Dexter Morgan lives to cut again — on a basic-cable network that specializes in running English-language programming for Latino audiences.
The Showtime series, which was licensed to Netflix earlier this year, will make its basic-cable premiere on NuvoTv on Jan. 13 ,when the network begins rolling out episodes for all eight seasons, all presented uncut and in their entirety.
Nuvo, which launched as Si TV in 2004 and recast itself as Nuvo in 2011, is counting on “Dexter’s” large Latino cast and Miami setting to appeal to viewers, said Bill Hilary, the network’s exec veep of programming, in an interview. ”It’s what we are about. It’s got a real Latino point of view,” he said, adding that launch of the show on Nuvo would serve as a “big statement” at the start of 2014.
- Brian Steinberg
Christina rocked yet another amazing hair and makeup look on ‘The Voice’ on Dec. 10. Get her beauty look below!
Team Christina Aguilera is on fire! Her glam squad, including hairstylist David Babaii and makeup artist Scott Barnes, produced another flawless look during the live show on Dec. 10. Read more about her sexy, understated look below!
Hairstylist David Instagrammed a pic on Dec. 11, captioning it: “You know that saying they broke the mold when God made you. Well I now get it as they truly broke the mold when God made this beauty @xtina One voice one @xtina Yet again great job team xtina !!!@scottbarnes68 @simoneharouche @adetsamuel @jkayl.”
Christina: What's in Blake's Cup? - The Voice Take Our Poll
Her hair was slickly pulled back into a small bun near the nape of her neck. Definitely a departure from the wild »
- Dory Larrabee
Los Angeles, Dec 10: Actor Ben Affleck credits his wife Jennifer Garner for helping him strike a balance between his personal and professional life. He says she is the "most important" person in his life.
People.com reports that Affleck told Playboy magazine recently that Garner helped provide him with a stable family life, which kept him away from a string of unsuccessful films and from being fodder for gossip following his relationship with Jennifer Lopez.
"Getting to know her, falling in love with her and being connected with her gave me a foundation to reach out and say, 'Okay, I'm going to do Hollywoodland. I'm going to direct 'Gone Baby Gone'," Affleck said.
The couple married in 2005. They have three. »
- Diksha Singh
Ben Affleck has one person to thank for his recent slew of successful films: his wife, Jennifer Garner. In a new interview with Playboy, Affleck, 41, says Garner, also 41, helped provide him with a stable home that separated him from a string of unsuccessful films and being tabloid fodder following his relationship with Jennifer Lopez. "My wife was definitely around then," says Affleck. "Getting to know her, falling in love with her and being connected with her gave me a foundation to reach out and say, 'Okay, I'm going to do Hollywoodland. I'm going to direct Gone Baby Gone,' " Affleck said. »
- Andrea Billups
Step Up star Ryan Guzman is stepping into a new role. The former Calvin Klein model, 26, will play a teenager who has an affair with Jennifer Lopez in the upcoming thriller The Boy Next Door. Guzman got his big break when he filled Channing Tatum's shoes as the latest lead in the Step Up franchise, and if Tatum's Hollywood trajectory is any indication, Guzman could soon be poised for stardom. Here are five things to know about Hollywood's latest heartthrob. 1. He's an artist. Guzman writes short stories and movie scripts. And when he's not scribbling away, he spends rest of his free time drawing. »
- Lee Hernandez
It sounds like things are going just swimmingly for the new "American Idol" judges panel -- and we could not be more thrilled.
While we were curious about last year's panel in that horrified-but-can't-look-away kind of way, this year we're just excited about three smart, funny judges enjoying themselves and their job.
"It's three people who are having a friggin' ball. The show is really goofy, it's really serious and it's real fun. It's really heartfelt. It's everything you want 'Idol' to be," Harry Connick Jr. tells E! Online.
"It's the easiest gig in the world. It really is. Look at what we do. We go and we get hair and makeup done, wear nice clothes and go sit and listen to singers and tell them that we think. »
Forget about all that American Idol feuding between Mariah Carey and Nicki Minaj! The upcoming season will have none of that, says new judge Harry Connick, Jr. The singer-actor joins Idol vets Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban for season 13. "It's three people who are having a friggin' ball," Connick tells me during a break from filming the sequel to his 2011 family film Dolphin Tale. "The show is really goofy, it's really serious and it's real fun. It's really heartfelt. It's everything you want Idol to be." Just last month, Carey said during a radio interview that she "hated" her time with Idol because it was like going to work every day "in hell »
The true story tale deals with the collapsed Copiapo copper mine in 2010 and the 33 miners who remained trapped more than 2,000 feet underground.
Binoche replaces Jennifer Lopez who dropped out due to "American Idol" commitments. Kate Del Castillo, Lou Diamond Phillips, Mario Casas, Juan Pablo Raba, Tenoch Huerta, Jacob Vargas, Marco Trevino and Alejandro Goic also star.
Source: Deadline »
- Garth Franklin
Anthony had filed his divorce petition in 2012 after the breakdown of his 7-year marriage with the 'On The Floor' hit maker, People Magazine reported.
The 44-year-old singer has also requested the court for joint legal and physical custody of the couple's kids, twins Max and Emme.
She also wants to terminate the court's ability to award spousal support to Anthony. (Ani) »
- Shiva Prakash
Jennifer Lopez is ready for Christmas with her twins! During today's March of Dimes Celebration of Babies luncheon in Beverly Hills, Lopez gushed about prepping for the holidays with son Max and daughter Emme. "They're excited!" Lopez told E! News. "They are so excited. We're putting up our tree later today so we're excited. They see all the stuff going up around the house, ll the little decorations, and they're like, 'Oh my god! I need to make my list!' They get all excited. We're looking forward to a nice relaxing holiday." Inside today's event, Lopez had beau Casper Smart by her side. While accepting her Grace Kelly Award during the March of Dimes »
The stars came out for the March of Dimes Celebration of Babies Hollywood luncheon in La on Friday, with celebrities like Jennifer Lopez, Reese Witherspoon, and Josh Duhamel honoring the group's cause. March of Dimes is a nonprofit organization for pregnancy and baby health, and Friday's event recognized famous faces in entertainment whom March of Dimes considers to be role models for parents and children. Reese Witherspoon served as one of the host committee members, with honorees J Lo, President and CEO of A&E Networks Nancy Dubuc, Dr. Balaji Govindaswami from Santa Clara Valley Medical Center, and President of Universal Pictures Jimmy Horowitz. J Lo said of her award, "I am thrilled and honored to be receiving the March of Dimes Grace Kelly Award and to continue her legacy of compassion for mothers and children." Nick Cannon was the master of ceremonies, and other stars in attendance included Hollywood »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Here's a look at today's casting news: Dustin Hoffman (Luck) will join director Stephen Frears' untitled cycling project that stars Ben Foster as Lance Armstrong. Juliette Binoche (Words and Pictures), James Brolin and Oscar Nuñez (The Office) join Antonio Banderas and Martin Sheen in The 33, director Patricia Riggen's film about the Chilean workers trapped in a mining disaster. Hit the jump for more on both pictures. First up is The 33, with word of Binoche, Brolin and Nuñez's addition coming via Deadline. The movie recaptures the story of the 2010 Copiapo copper mine collapse and the 33 miners who becamed trapped more than 2,000 feet underground. Binoche replaces Jennifer Lopez in a strong female role. Kate Del Castillo, Lou Diamond Phillips, Mario Casas, Juan Pablo Raba, Tenoch Huerta, Jacob Vargas, Marco Trevino and Alejandro Goic fill out the cast. The 33 will shoot on location in Bogotá, Colombia. Here's the »
- Dave Trumbore
J.Mu? It doesn't have quite the same ring to it as J.Lo, does it? The singer has filed papers in her divorce from Marc Anthony seeking to change her legal name from Jennifer Muniz - Anthony's real last name - back to Jennifer Lopez. The couple split in July 2011, and Anthony filed divorce papers last year, but the American Idol judge only filed a response on Monday. In the papers, Lopez, 44, requests joint legal and physical custody of the couple's two kids, Max and Emme, 5, and seeks to terminate the court's ability to award spousal support to Anthony, »
- K.C. Blumm
Anthony's full name is Marco Antonio Muniz, and Lopez is legally known as Jennifer Muniz.
JLo has requested to revert back to her maiden name in a legal response to the couple's ongoing divorce proceedings, reports tmz.com.
She filed for divorce in April 2012 after announcing separation in September 2011. Together, they have five-year-old twin sons Max and Emme.
Both of them have filed for similar petitions on custody issues and are asking for joint legal and physical. »
- Anita Agarwal
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- Maria Mercedes Lara
Jennifer Lopez wants to be Jennifer Lopez again -- both onstage and on paper. The "Live It Up" singer has filed new documents in response to Marc Anthony's divorce papers, in which she requests that her legal name be changed from Jennifer Muniz (Anthony's real last name) to Jennifer Lopez, TMZ reports. The American Idol judge is also reportedly asking for joint legal and physical custody of the couple's 5-year-old twins, Max and Emme. (Anthony requested the same in his documents, which he filed in April 2012.) Married [...] »
Following Nelson Mandela's passing at age 95, celebrities have taken to Twitter to share thoughtful words and tributes about the great world leader. President Barack Obama called Mandela "a man who took history in his hands," while stars like Kerry Washington, Jennifer Lopez, and Jamie Foxx thanked him for his impact on the world. Prince William, who had just viewed a screening of the new film Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom with Kate, said after receiving the news, "It's obviously extremely sad and tragic news. We were just reminded of what an extraordinary and inspiring man Nelson Mandela was, and my thoughts and prayers are with him and his family." Read more heartfelt celebrity messages below. President Obama remembers Nelson Mandela: "A man who took history in his hands and bent the arc of the moral universe towards justice." — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) December 5, 2013 Rip Nelson Mandela. God Bless You. »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Jennifer Lopez only wants one thing out of her divorce from Marc Anthony -- which is still going more than 18 months later -- and that's ... her old name. J.Lo just filed her legal response to Marc's petition, and according to the docs her legal name is still Jennifer Muniz ... which is Marc's real last name.Marc and Jennifer's petitions are identical on custody issues -- both are asking for joint legal and physical custody »
- TMZ Staff
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