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‘NSYNC PRANKS FANS WITH REUNION TOUR ANNOUNCEMENT ON APRIL FOOLS’ DAY
‘NSYNC played a prank on fans on April Fools’ Day, announcing a fake reunion tour and album. Lance Bass tweeted out a story from Ryan Seacrest’s website, which reported that the boy band would be reuniting for a world tour and new music in 2015. The story claimed the album would be a “greatest hits collection plus two new tracks, one of which will be a collaboration with Miley Cyrus.” ‘NSYNC’s prank also said Cyrus would be the opening act for their There Are Still No Strings Attached world tour. But the story ended with: “April Fools! The above story is just a fun fabrication…hope you had a good laugh with us.”
ANDERSON COOPER WILL NOT INHERIT ANY OF HIS MOTHER'S VANDERBILT MILLIONS WHEN SHE DIES
Anderson Cooper has revealed that he will not be inheriting any money from his wealthy mother, Gloria Vanderbilt. The heiress-turned-jeans designer and perfume developer is the great-great-great-granddaughter of the railroad tycoon Cornelius Vanderbilt. Gloria, who is now 90-years-old, has an estimated personal wealth of about $200 million but her youngest son Anderson is not expecting to get any of that when she dies. “My mom's made clear to me that there's no trust fund. There's none of that,” the CNN anchor told Howard Stern on his radio show. “I don't believe in inheriting money... I think it's an initiative sucker. I think it's a curse. Who's inherited a lot of money that has gone on to do things in their own life? The 46-year-old journalist makes a reported $11 million per year as a result of his CNN contract “I'm doing fine on my own, I don't need any,” he said.
REPORTS: LINDSAY LOHAN'S ASSISTANT QUITS; STAR'S CREDIT CARDS DECLINED
Matt Harrell, a personal assistant who worked for Lindsay Lohan during the taping of her self-titled reality show on Oprah Winfrey's OWN network, has reportedly quit because Lohan can't afford to pay him. A source tells Radar Online, "Lindsay would love to have Matt back as her assistant, but she just can't afford him. He did a really good job for her." The source says Harrell continued to work for Lohan even after she informed him she couldn't keep him on. Meanwhile, Team Lohan is denying a New York Post report that the actress' credit cards were declined for a $300 purchase at a New York City boutique. "She looked really embarrassed and tried to negotiate before her friend finally stepped in and paid," a spy said.