Friday June 23, 2017
Today's Tabloid News

Kelly Rohrbach’s diva attitude is ruining her acting career

Kelly Rohrbach — the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue model and ex-girlfriend of Leonardo DiCaprio — has been trying to launch an acting career, but she hit some major bumps in her big feature-film debut. A studio source tells us that Rohrbach’s diva attitude on the recent film “Baywatch” — which co-starred Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Zac Efron and Priyanka Chopra — was to blame.  More…

Los Angeles could replace Rodeo Road with Obama Boulevard

City Council President Herb Wesson wants to rename a 3.4-mile segment of Rodeo Road after Barack Obama. Wesson said his staffers are writing a letter to Obama letting him know about the plan to change the street name, which would require approval by the L.A. City Council and Mayor Eric Garcetti.  More…

George Clooney Could Get Up To $233 Million From Casamigos Tequila Sale

It’s a great month to be George Clooney. Two weeks ago, he became a father to twins. Today, British liquor giant Diageo announced it would purchase Casamigos, the tequila company he co-founded, for up to $1 billion. The price tag includes an initial payout of $700 million, plus a further potential $300 million over the next decade.  More…

We should thank millennials for ruining these terrible products

According to Business Insider, millennials are “Killing Chains Like Buffalo Wild Wings and Applebee’s.” This isn’t the first thing that we’ve killed by stubbornly refusing to spend money on it. Last year millennials got accused of wiping out everything from mass-market beers like Budweiser and Coors to the diamond industry to bar soap.  More…

Playboy model’s ‘humiliated’ fat-shaming victim speaks out

The elderly woman who was fat-shamed by a former Playboy Playmate at a gym in Los Angeles says she was “humiliated” by the privacy-robbing ordeal, which she now just wants to put behind her.  More…

O.J. Simpson’s Possible Freedom Date Announced

O.J. Simpson is one step closer to being a free man – his official parole hearing date has been set for July 20.  A rep for the Nevada Board of Parole Commissioners has confirmed the date and says if things go well, Simpson could be released October 1.  More…

Niagara Falls finally kills daredevil

A Niagara Falls daredevil made a splash in 2003 as the first person to take the plunge with no protection. He should have called it quits then. Kirk Jones tried the stunt again on April 19 — this time in a 10-foot inflatable ball — but was killed the second time around.  More…

North Korea kills American student

The comatose college student who was released from a North Korean prison last week died Monday afternoon, his family said. Otto Warmbier, a 22-year-old University of Virginia undergrad who served 18 months behind bars in the hermit kingdom for alleged anti-state acts, died at 2:20 p.m.  More…

Playboy centerfold pleads no contest for fat-shaming photo

The Playboy Playmate slammed for body-shaming an elderly woman at the gym last year pleaded no contest Wednesday in exchange for 30 days of graffiti removal. Dani Mathers, who appeared in Los Angeles County Superior Court in a demure black pantsuit and sky-high stilettos, was stone-faced as she mumbled “No contest” to misdemeanor invasion of privacy charges.  More…

Why Alex Jones secretly recorded Megyn Kelly interview

Alex Jones released audio on Thursday night of his entire interview with Megyn Kelly — saying he secretly recorded the controversial sit-down because he “knew it was all crap.” “I’ve never done this in 22 years, I’ve never recorded another journalist, but I knew it was a fraud, that it was a lie,” Jones said in the video.  More…

About a quarter of all adults now have a tattoo

With about a quarter of all adults now having a tattoo in the U.S. and the U.K., one Swedish startup intends to become the Expedia for getting inked. In the U.S., tattoos are estimated to be a $1 billion industry according to research house IBIS World. In 2016, there were about 38,879 tattoo businesses registered in the U.S., where the market grew 13 percent between 2011 and 2016.  More…

He lost a slot machine jackpot because his friend pushed the button

Don’t let anyone push your buttons. That’s the new mantra of gambler Jan Flato, who lost out on a $100,000 slot machine jackpot because he let a friend do the honors. “The person who pushes a slot machine button or pulls the arm is the person who wins the jackpot” regardless who inserts the money, a Seminole spokesman said.  More…

Live in the home where Marilyn Monroe died for $6.9 million

A four-bedroom listing in Los Angeles’ affluent Brentwood enclave is as stunning as its former A-list owner. The 2,624-square-foot spread — a 1929 Spanish hacienda-style property — was the only home ever owned by Hollywood legend Marilyn Monroe. Listing for $6.9 million, this home was where Monroe was found dead of barbiturate poisoning in August 1962 by her psychiatrist — naked, face-down in bed, clutching a phone.  More…

The moment the GOP shooter opened fire

Dramatic video from the shooting in Alexandria, Virginia, captured some of the chaos that ensued when a 66-year-old left-wing zealot opened fire on the GOP congressional baseball team. More than 25 bullets can be heard, which was captured by a witness close to the field at Eugene Simpson Stadium Park. At one point, a man can be seen lying in the middle of the field.  More…

These ‘Star Wars’ extras are still making money off their tiny roles

Two years ago, actor Nick Joseph was signing autographs at a “Star Wars” convention when a fan appeared with a request. “Would you sign something for my mother?” the man asked. Joseph agreed, and the guy reached into a bag and pulled out – an urn. Turns out the mother was long dead.  More…