CELEBITCHY – J-Lo’s joots are perfect for the person who wishes she could have two pairs of pants fall down simultaneously instead of just one
DLISTED – Blake Griffin got tagged in his child support trial to the tune of $258,000 per month. And that is a ton of money! But Blake Griffin makes about $35 million per year, plus is a two-timing douche quickly approaching the end of his NBA prime
JEZEBEL – Apparently Paul Manafort owns a palatial Hamptons estate that’s just perfect for keeping all his ostrich-skin jackets in temperature-controlled glory
THE ASHLEY’S REALITY ROUNDUP – MTV is about to debut a show called The Royal World, which is exactly what it sounds like. Hard to imagine why allegedly super-wealthy young royals and aristocrats would stoop to conquer reality TV’s level, but the show is set to premiere in 180 countries, so MTV will likely print some money with this one
VOX – If you can stomach it, here’s the deal with QAnon
LAINEY GOSSIP – Justin Timberlake is producing a game show for Fox and the hook seems to be that the show’s grand prize ($20 million) will be the biggest in TV history. Honestly, I’d rather see the prizes on every other game show undergo some serious inflation adjustment; the average Jeopardy! take-home is pretty good money for the contestants but absolutely piddling for the show’s corporate sponsors
REALITY TV – According to Bethenny Frankel, her recently departed Real Housewives of New York castmate Carole Radziwill isn’t leaving the show of her own volition…but was fired
THE BLEMISH – I can’t help thinking that Tristan Thompson punching his NBA All-Star rival Draymond Green in the face at a party is somehow Tristan’s way of seeking Khloe Kardashian’s approval
PAJIBA – What was your favorite soundtrack growing up?
THE BLAST – Charlie Sheen, who at his peak made about $40 million per season on Two And A Half Men, claims he is now worth less than $10 million and can no longer afford his $75,000 monthly child support payments
(Photo credit: J-Lo’s joots via Felipe Ramales / SplashNews.com)
John Sharp is a Starcasm’s chief editorial correspondent-at-large. Tips: E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or send on Twitter at @john_starcasm.