Oddly enough, some of the world's most wealthy individuals launched successful careers the moment they kissed their teachers goodbye. You'll be surprised to learn just who's listed in Biography.com's group of Famous Dropouts, including media magnate William Randolph Hearst, casino mogul Sheldon Adelson, musicians Kanye West and Madonna, and billionaires Bill Gates, Mark Zuckerberg and Steve Jobs.
Bob Dylan revamped the 1929 hit love song ‘She’s Funny That Way’ with same-sex pronouns for a new 6-song EP, ‘Universal Love: Wedding Songs Reimagined.’ The album, Funded by MGM, is meant to be inclusive of LGBT couples and features Kesha among other artists.
Mark Zuckerberg has topped Warren Buffett to become the world’s third-richest person, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. The Facebook co-founder trails only two other tech giants: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates.
Things are heating up after Angelina Jolie filed a court order claiming ex-husband Brad Pitt hadn’t paid “meaningful” child support payments since they split two years ago. Pitt claimed he’s paid over $1.3 million in bills and loaned the actress $8 million to help her buy her current home.
George Clooney was the highest-paid actor of 2018, according to ‘Forbes.’ The actor raked in a career-high $239 million pre-tax, not for his movie roles but largely thanks to the sale of his company, Casamigos Tequila, for $1 billion to the British liquor company Diageo last June.
Janelle Monáe has come out as pansexual, or attracted to all gender identities, in an interview with ‘Rolling Stone.’ The singer told ‘The Guardian’ in February that she felt "sexually liberated" following the release of her Make Me Feel music video, considered by some a bisexual anthem.
Pop icon Lady Gaga's debut album, 'The Fame,' included the hits 'Just Dance' and 'Poker Face.' Her follow-up effort, 'The Fame Monster,' was nominated for six Grammys. In 2018, she earned two Grammy nominations including Best Pop Vocal Album for “Joanne” and Best Pop Solo Performance for "Million Reasons.
After almost a decade in the making, the film 'Gotti' has finally opened. The low-budget film about the notorious mobster John Gotti, played by John Travolta, opens in just 503 theaters and so far has 0% score on Rotten Tomatoes based on reviews from the Cannes Film Festival.
A new forensic study by French researchers studying a set of teeth has concluded that Adolf Hitler did kill himself at his Berlin bunker on April 30, 1945 and that he was a vegetarian. Some press had floated theories that the dictator fled Germany at the end of World War II.