CLICK ONE: This Year's Highest Paid Celebrity Is...DIDDY (Sean Combs or Puffy or Puff Dady)
"Forbes" just released the 'Celebrity 100' . . . its annual list of the top-earning celebrities. This year, it's topped by DIDDY.
That may seem strange since it's been seven years since his last studio album . . . but he makes almost all his money from his other business ventures, like his Sean John clothing line, Ciroc vodka, a sports drink, and a TV network.
And apparently, those things are VERY profitable, because he's banked $130 million over the past year. That DOES include some music-related money from his Bad Boy Family Reunion Tour.
BEYONCÉ is second with earnings of $105 million. Here's the Top 20:
1. Diddy, $130 million
2. Beyoncé, $105 million
3. "Harry Potter" author J.K. Rowling, $95 million
4. Drake, $94 million
5. Soccer stud Cristiano Ronaldo, $93 million
6. The Weeknd, $92 million
7. Howard Stern, $90 million
8. Coldplay, $88 million
9. Mystery novelist James Patterson, $87 million
10. LeBron James, $86 million
11. A tie between Guns N' Roses and Rush Limbaugh, both with $84 million
13. Justin Bieber, $83.5 million
14. Soccer player Lionel Messi, $80 million
15. Dr. Phil McGraw, $79 million
16. Ellen DeGeneres, $77 million
17. Bruce Springsteen, $75 million
18. A tie between Adele and Jerry Seinfeld, both with $69 million
20. Mark Wahlberg, $68 million
CLICK TWO: You Can Now Wear a Chest Hair Bathing Suit to the Beach.
While most women spend money to make sure they DON'T have a stray hair on their body, clothing website Beloved has found a way to celebrate body hair.
The company is now selling a “sexy chest one piece” swimsuit that is imprinted with a realistic hairy torso, and even nipples. “Make the pool boy say "WTF!"' is the slogan for the suit, which features the added tagline, "Yep - they're real!"
While this may seem like just a novelty swimsuit it actually seems to have a larger message, questioning sexist double standards, where it’s perfectly fine for hairy men to be topless on a beach, while women are constantly criticized for their choices in swimwear.
Interested? They have three skin tones to choose from- light, medium and dark tones, at a price of $44.95.
CLICK THREE: Are first-borns more successful?
According to a new study, first-born sons are 24% more likely to work in executive positions than second-born siblings, and 28% more likely than third-born siblings.
Younger siblings, on the other hand, are more likely to be self-employed. According to the research, the eldest children in the family are also more emotionally stable, outgoing, persistent, and responsible than their younger siblings.