Fan-fiction writer-turned-global sensation E.L. James has toppedForbes Magazine's list of top-earning authors.
James, who turned her Twilight fan-fiction into the Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy, earned a whopping $95 million between June 2012 and June 2013. $5 million of that earnings was for a film adaptation, which is slated to hit theatres in August 2014.
So what! Who cares? We do! On Friday, Aug. 9, funny lady Joy Behar checks out of ABC's The View after 16 seasons of fabulous sass and unapologetically leftist commentary. TV Guide Magazine just had to sit her down for one last blabathon!
TV Guide Magazine: It's been quite a while since your departure from The View was announced. Can you remind us why you're doing this? Because it really sucks.
Behar: I need a different kind of life. I have so many other things to do! I want to write, do standup, maybe do Broadway, do acting roles, and live my life without this daily regimen. I'm done! It's scary that 16 years have passed. How the hell did this happen? ...
With controversial musicians, PepsiCo doesn't have the best track records with celebrity endorsements.
It's not uncommon for Fox News personality Bill O'Reilly to become exasperated with a guest on his show — but it's rare that he yells at a fellow conservative.
That wasn't the case Tuesday, when O'Reilly blew up at conservative radio host Laura Ingraham over her criticism of comments he previously made regarding the debate over same-sex marriage.
Bill O'Reilly's divorce from his ex-wife Maureen McPhilmy got so ugly, he tried to have her booted from the Catholic Church, Gawker reports.
O'Reilly and McPhilmy split on April 2, 2010 and divorced on Sept. 1, 2011. The couple agreed to share custody of their two children, but only a month after they divorced, they were back in court after McPhilmy that learned O'Reilly had hired the neutral therapist as part of household staff, according to documents obtained by Gawker.