Kevin Hart is the highest paid comedian. Forbes magazine reports Hart has taken Jerry Seinfeld’a top spot as the highest-paid comedian in the U-S. Forbes says Hart made 87.5 million dollars in the past year. That’s more than twice than Seinfeld…and a bit of history in this year’s rankings: Amy Schumer makes the list for the first time. She’s the first woman ever to make the highest-paid comedian’s list. Photo: Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for CinemaCon
Speaking of Miss Schumer – she’s dangerous! Schumer is the most dangerous celebrity on the web. Intel Security says Schumer tops its 10th annual list of the most dangerous celebs online. The company says searching for Schumer carries over a 16 per cent chance of connecting with a site that carries viruses or malware. Who else is on the list? Justin Bieber, Carson Daly, Will Smith, Rihanna and Miley Cyrus.
The first debate between U-S presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump was the most-watched ever, with 84-million viewers. Clinton and Trump will meet two more times — on October 9th and 19th.
Texas Governor Rick Perry Perry was voted off “Dancing With the Stars” last night.
Comic Patton Oswalt’s life has become “a bad 1980s sitcom” (Spence on King of Queens) since his wife’s death in April. On Conan reently he said he’s still struggling with the idea he’s a widower at 47, but he’s coping as a single dad. His wife Michelle McNamara died in her sleep at their Los Angeles home, aged 46. He dedicated an Emmy win this year to her.
A transgender child actor will guest star on tonight’s “Modern Family.” 8-year-old Jackson Millarker will play Lily’s friend, Tom.
And Corey Feldman is a bit nutty these days – first there was that somewhat tragic appearance with his so-called Angels on the Today show – a performance that garnered some severe criticism – such that he posted a video of himself sobbing (since removed) on FB…but now we find out that one of the “angels” bailed on that appearance just before – her name is Krystal Khali (who goes by the stage name Tragic Star), When Feldman first caught wind of Khali backing out, he left an angry, disturbing voicemail for her.
He said he would make sure everybody in LA would know what a piece of you know what she is and would never ever work in LA again…
“I kind of knew it was gonna be a s**tshow and an embarrassment,” why she opted out of the performance. She also added that Feldman’s dancing during rehearsals “was distracting… I couldn’t look at him.”