Taylor Swift Reportedly $230 Million In Revenue For Universal Music Group Last Year
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Taylor Swift Reportedly $230 Million In Revenue For Universal Music Group Last Year

Taylor Swift isn’t quite keeping the recording industry afloat all on her lonesome these days, but sometimes it starts to look that way. Analysts at JPMorgan Chase credit Taylor’s 2022 album “Midnights” with generating some $230 million in revenue for Universal Music Group, a figure which accounts for almost 3% of the company’s overall revenues…

The Biggest Celebrity Real Estate Deals Of 2022
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The Biggest Celebrity Real Estate Deals Of 2022

Now that 2022 is behind us, 2023 doubtlessly has plenty of big celebrity real estate deals in store for all of us to either enjoy vicariously and/or curse bitterly, as the case may be. But right now, it’s time for a look back at some of the biggest of last year’s luxury real estate transactions…

Kim Kardashian Pays $70 Million For Cindy Crawford’s Former Malibu Estate
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Kim Kardashian Pays $70 Million For Cindy Crawford’s Former Malibu Estate

A luxury beachside property in Malibu now has two members of celebrity royalty in its history. In an off-market deal that closed earlier this month, Kim Kardashian just purchased a beautiful 3.18-acre Malibu estate that once belonged to Cindy Crawford. Kim’s purchase price? A touch over $70 million. $70.4 million, to be precise, a sum…

Is A Documentary A “Movie”? LeBron James, Drake, And Future Face $10 Million Lawsuit Over “Black Ice” Hockey Documentary
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Is A Documentary A “Movie”? LeBron James, Drake, And Future Face $10 Million Lawsuit Over “Black Ice” Hockey Documentary

“Black Ice,” an upcoming documentary about the history of racially segregated hockey leagues, is premiering at the Toronto Film Festival this year, and counts among its producers such luminaries as LeBron James, Drake, and Future. But The New York Post reports that they’re facing a $10 million lawsuit from Billy Hunter, former federal prosecutor and…