Sunday June 26, 2016
Today's Tabloid News

Kanye West Tweets (& Later Deletes) ‘Can Somebody Sue Me Already’ The Day After Releasing His ‘Famous’ Video

Kanye West knows how to court controversy. On Saturday, the day after he premiered his new video, "Famous," which features him in a bed with what appears to be synthetic sculptures of several celebrities, including Taylor Swift, Rihanna, Chris Brown and Ray J, West Tweeted, "Can somebody sue me already #I’llwait."  More…

Ex-Met Lenny Dykstra reveals wild tales of celebrity friends

Over 12 years in the major leagues, center fielder Lenny Dykstra was a three-time All-Star and twice made it to the World Series, winning with the ’86 Mets, then returning with the ’93 Phillies. His fearless play earned him the nickname “Nails.” After retiring in 1996, Dykstra saw soaring financial success as a car-wash-chain owner and investment guru. In 2008, he was worth an estimated $58 million – then his world fell apart.  More…

Lewinsky allegedly freaked out after Clinton had affair with Mondale’s daughter

President Bill Clinton had an affair with former Vice President Walter Mondale’s daughter — while multitasking with at least two mistresses in the White House — according to a tell-all by a Secret Service officer who guarded the Oval Office. Gary J. Byrne’s account of walking in on Clinton and the gorgeous Eleanor Mondale, then a TV journalist, is the first eyewitness report of the long-rumored affair.  More…

Aerosmith are breaking up

Aerosmith have confirmed that they are breaking up after 46 years together. They have also announced a farewell tour, which will take place in 2017. “Look, there’s two bands that still have the original members, us and the Stones,” frontman Steven Tyler said. “I’m grateful for that.”  More…

Global doping agency suspends Rio lab weeks before Olympics

The World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) has suspended the credentials of a testing laboratory in Rio de Janeiro for failing to comply with international standards, just over a month before the city hosts the Olympic Games.  More…

Student walks out of graduation and the internet loves it

A US student has become a viral star after accepting her high school degree and walking straight out of her graduation ceremony. Tayler Michelle Gray uploaded the video of the moment she headed for the exit door, with the caption: “Received my diploma and walked right out.”  More…

Nicolas Cage and wife separate after 12 years of marriage

Nicolas Cage and his wife Alice Kim have separated after 12 years of marriage. The 52-year-old actor and his third wife have been apart since January, a rep confirmed.  More…

Inside Silicon Valley’s Robot Pizzeria

In the back kitchen of Mountain View’s newest pizzeria, Marta works tirelessly, spreading marinara sauce on uncooked pies. She doesn’t complain, takes no breaks, and has never needed a sick day. She works for free. Marta is one of two robots working at Zume Pizza, a food delivery startup trying to make a more profitable pizza through machines.  More…

School shocked to discover $1.5 million donation was fake

Students and teachers at a Brooklyn high school thought they had hit the jackpot last year when a mysterious “millionaire” benefactor turned up with an unprecedented gift a month before Christmas. Then reality struck. The check bounced.  More…

Michael Strahan tells Chelsea Handler he doesn’t miss ‘Live’

Michael Strahan says he doesn’t miss doing “Live with Kelly and Michael.” In his first interview since his awkward exit from the show, Strahan told Chelsea Handler that he’s been enjoying the break from the talk show he hosted with Kelly Ripa.  More…

Red-Carpet Security Under Scrutiny Post-Orlando as Lapses, Crashers, Proximity to Stars Pose New Risk

Hollywood grapples with balancing key access to celebrities with safety as THR reveals how porous the red carpet can be after studying a year of film premieres: "We all need to take a second look at what’s going on in the world around us." Indeed, most in Hollywood agree tighter event security is a priority.  More…

Couple used stolen cash to buy winning $1 million lotto ticket

A couple who helped steal more than $175,000 from a grocery store where they worked used that money to buy a winning $1 million lottery ticket from the same store, state police said.  More…

Georgia officials raid Gladys Knight’s Chicken and Waffles restaurants

Authorities in Georgia raided two of Gladys Knight’s Chicken and Waffles restaurants and its headquarters Tuesday. Knight’s son, Shanga Hankerson, runs the restaurant and is at the center of an investigation involving about $1 million.  More…

Apple loses court fight, probably owes you money

Apple is preparing to pay out a total of $400 million to huge numbers of ordinary people after it lost a long court battle over the price-fixing of ebooks. And the money is sitting there waiting for you. Apple currently has about $216 billion in cash.  More…

Trump has been giving out fake diamond cuff links for years

Donald Trump has been doling out diamond cuff links to unsuspecting pals as presents — but they’re actually fabulous fakes, sources say. At least three recipients later learned that the glittery gifts were valuable only as mementos from Trump.  More…