Michael Jackson lived until he died in a 7,000 square foot house that included theater, a gym, a spa and a wine cellar!
The house was priced for $38.5 million and sold to Hubert Guez, the CEO of Ed Hardy Clothing, and his wife Roxanne for $18.1 million!
Kate Gosselin has been blogging for CouponCabin since Kate Plus 8 went off the air in 2011, but now the company have FIRED Kate from her writing job.
This comes Regardless of the claims of child – and animal – abuse that where mad against the blogger.
Scott Kluth has said:
“Some nine-plus years ago, I started CouponCabin with the thought of creating a single website that had all the best coupons . . . no gimmicks, no fluff, just a site that was easy to use and that had great deals. A series of recent events have made it clear to me that Kate Gosselin and her contributions do not align with the authenticity which we set out to build almost a decade ago, and that Ms. Gosselin is simply not a good fit with the wonderful team and culture at CouponCabin. We wish Kate, her family and her support staff all the best.”
So there is still no reason why she got fired but we dare say it will come out in the next coming weeks.
Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg has wedded his grilfriend called Priscilla Chan, yesterday at his home in Palo Alto, CA yesterday, after being together for over nine years, after meeting at Harvard!
The ceremony took place in the CEO’s backyard, in front of 100 people…who all apparently thought they were attending a party celebrating Chen’s graduation from medical school!
A guest reveals:
“Everybody was shocked.”
Billie Joe Armstrong of Green Day was reportedly on hand to perform for the pair!
Congrats to the pair of you.
The Walt Disney Studios Charmain, and former President of Disney Channels Worldwide Rich Ross has reportedly been canned from his current position, which he’s held since 2009, after the $200 million flopthat was John Carter landed itself as one the worst film failures in Hollywood history.
In a statement that he relesed yesterday he said:
For the last 15 years, I have had the opportunity to work with incredibly talented people on behalf of the world’s best loved brand. During that time, we’ve told some amazing stories around the world, created successful TV programming, movies, and franchises that generated new opportunities for the company in the process.
I’ve always said our success is created and driven by our people – whom I consider to be the absolute best in the business. But, the best people need to be in the right jobs, in roles they are passionate about, doing work that leverages the full range of their abilities. It’s one of the leadership lessons I’ve learned during my career, and it’s something I’ve been giving a great deal of thought to as I look at the challenges and opportunities ahead.
I believe in this extraordinary Walt Disney Studios team, and I believe in our strong slate of films and our ability to make and market them better than anyone else. But, I no longer believe the Chairman role is the right professional fit for me. For that reason, I have made the very difficult decision to step down as Chairman of The Walt Disney Studios, effective today.
It has been my honor to work with such incredible teams – at Disney Channels Worldwide and The Walt Disney Studios and the many other Disney businesses I’ve had the opportunity to collaborate with. I know I leave the Studios in good hands and, even on separate paths, I am confident we are all destined for continued success.
This is so sad he did so well he was also responsible for the monster successes of Hannah Montana and High School Musical!
We wish him luck!
Below is a statement on the matter from Disney Chairman/CEO:
For more than a decade, Rich Ross’s creative instincts, business acumen and personal integrity have driven results in key businesses for Disney, redefining success in kids and family entertainment and launching franchises that generate value across our entire company. His vision and leadership opened doors for Disney around the world, making our brand part of daily life for millions of people. I appreciate his countless contributions throughout his entire career at Disney, and expect he will have tremendous success in whatever he chooses to do next.