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Here are some of TV's highest-paid stars
Here are some of the world's top-earning TV entertainers in 2017, according to Forbes magazine. The annual earnings of these stars may include income from additional activities such as producing, non-TV performances, endorsements and merchandising. 1. Dr. Phil McGraw, $79 million (talk-show host,
Kesha talks being hug-snubbed by Jerry Seinfeld : 'I should've known better'
Kesha is laughing off her hug-snub by Jerry Seinfeld . Kesha, 30, tried to get a hug from the comedian on a red carpet last month in Washington, D.C. Seinfeld, 63, denied her request for a hug three times, eventually saying, "I don't know who that was." The singer, who is a self-proclaimed
Jerry Seinfeld explains why he snubbed Kesha
Jerry Seinfeld wants Kesha to know that he did not intentionally snub her on the red carpet earlier this week.
Jerry Seinfeld explains why he snubbed Kesha: 'I don't know every pop star'
Jerry Seinfeld wants Kesha to know that he did not intentionally snub her on the red carpet earlier this week. When a reporter informed the comedian that the woman looking for a hug was Kesha, Seinfeld replied with a laugh, "Oh OK. Well, I wish her the best!" Kesha, 30, approached Seinfeld for a
Jessica Seinfeld dishes on 'Food Swings'
featured in her new cookbook called "Food swings." ABC's Mara schiavocampo got the scoop. Reporter: It's the daily diet struggle, eat what you want to eat or what you think you should eat. Now you can do both thanks to the new cookbook "Food swings" featuring more than 125 recipes on either side of
Jessica Seinfeld opens up about cooking for her family and her new book 'Food Swings'
Author Jessica Seinfeld opened up about her new cookbook, "Food Swings," in an interview with "Good Morning America," and shared the special recipe that she made for her husband, Jerry Seinfeld , on their very first date. "I created this book with the concept of when you live in virtue you need
Jonathan Wolff, composer of Seinfeld theme song presents at Grammys on The Hill
ABC News' Geneva Sands chats with Wolff about presenting at Grammys on the Hill.
Amy Schumer on comedy: 'I hate seeing female comics be mean about women'
Amy Schumer produces her share of controversial comedy, but there are some things in the industry that truly bother her. “I hate seeing female comics be mean about women,” she told Jessica Seinfeld in an interview for InStyle magazine . “Gloria Steinem gave me the biggest compliment about
5 luxury hotels in Las Vegas and their cheaper (but similar) alternatives
A Las Vegas vacation can be a crazy, curious proposition in that it’s one of the few cities where part (or most) of the adventure rests on the risk of losing your money. That's precisely one big reason to hedge your bets with the hotel you pick. If luck strikes on the roulette table or in a private
'Logan': Hugh Jackman speaks out about the film's ending
"Logan" topped the U.S. box office this weekend, pulling in more than $80 million. If you have seen "Logan," you know it is a critically-acclaimed film with a top rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It's also more of a Western than a superhero film. It's a film about fathers and redemption, and as it winds