Thursday, November 27, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Celebrities & Gossip

HENDERSON, Tenn. (AP) - A university in Tennessee says it has canceled Bill Cosby's scheduled appearance at a benefit dinner amid allegations made by women accusing the comedian of sexual assault.
Justin Bieber has topped a new list of the highest-paid celebrities under 30. Bieber earned an estimated $80 million in the past year from his world...
Roseanne Barr has stunned fans by sharing a picture of her swollen face after a cosmetic procedure, and joking that she sustained the injuries "in a tussle" with Bill Cosby.
Also: Eagle Evan Mathis gets a daughter and Todd Glass hits Philly again.
Also in Tattle: In Bollywood, women make 10 percent of men, William Shatner’s book for seniors and Garth Brooks stops talking about himself after Ferguson verdict.
Actress Vanessa Hudgens has been granted a restraining order against an African fan who was eager to marry her and become a movie star in Hollywood.
The Queen of Soul says don't waste your money - or soul - on the recently released unauthorized biography about her.
Embattled comedian Bill Cosby has defended his decision not to respond to the growing number of sexual assault accusations levelled against him, insisting "people should fact-check".
Also: “Creed” is heating up for a Philly shoot; Channing Tatum gets a taste of South Jersey.
Also in Tattle: Dylan goes solo, Sting boards "Ship," Rihanna makes dollars from scents.
Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson have been nursing a secret heartache at home - their son Chester has spent years battling substance abuse issues.