Michael Jackson’s Estate had to cough up 55K to pay off the chick in the Thriller video.
Ola Ray settled her lawsuit with the estate earlier this year, and now we know what for ... $55,000 to Ola ... and $20,000 to her lawyer.
Ola originally filed the suit against MJ and his production company in May 2009 -- a month before
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Jillian Michaels is back on The Biggest Loser this season. Check out the premiere of The Biggest Loser this Sunday at on NBC, where three kids and 15 adults begin their weight loss journeys.
Madonna face-plants it in the snow – see the pic http://www.usmagazine.com/celebrity-news/news/madonna-face-plants-in-the-snow-while-skiing-in-swiss-alps-201331
Superbowl Ads almost sold out - Whoa...did you see how much they are going for??
The Arsenio Hall Show debuts Sept. 9. http://www.usatoday.com/story/popcandy/2013/01/03/arsenio-hall-returns/1806699/
Starbucks is spilling the beans on their latest eco-friendly endeavor. This week, the coffee chain introduced reusable plastic cups at its locations across the country. The cups cost one dollar and bear the Starbucks logo. Already, customers who bring in their own reusable mug get a 10-cent discount. The company hopes this new initiative will help them further cut down on trash.
This is a pretty cool story I found....
ABRAMS GRANTS WISH TO DYING
Producer/director J.J. Abrams recently made a dying Star Trek fan’s dream come true. A few weeks ago, a Reddit user known as “ideeeyut” posted a plea on behalf of his friend Dan, who was battling two types of cancer and had only “weeks to live.”
Dan’s one wish was to see the new Star Trek movie, Star Trek Into Darkness, before he died. He even bought a ticket to see The Hobbit, because there was going to be a ten minute trailer for Star Trek, but Dan was hospitalized on the day of the screening and couldn’t go.
“My friend is dying,” wrote ideeeyut. “Would like to see the new Star Trek movie. Please help.” Well, the plea worked and somehow the request got to Paramount Pictures and then on to Abrams, who called Dan’s wife and arranged for him to see a special screening of the not-quite finished flick. According to the friend, Dan “loved it.”