RIHANNA has her sights set on BRAD PITT now that he’s single. Quote, “She’s wanted to get it on with him for years . . . now her romantic fantasies can finally become a reality.”
TAYLOR SWIFT tops a new Forbes.com list of The Highest Paid Women in Music. She made $170 million over the past year. ADELE is next with $80.5 million!!
SARAH JESSICA PARKER has always had a no-nudity clause in her contracts. But it’s not a moral stand, and she doesn’t care if other people strip down. She says, quote, “It’s fantastic that people feel comfortable doing it. It’s not a principled position or religious or ideological on my part.”
LINDSAY LOHAN said she might name her goofy new accent, “Lilohan”. And she called it, quote, “a mixture of most of the languages I can understand or am trying to learn.”
THE WEEKND chopped off his hair because he didn’t want it to become his “thing.” He said that when he told people he was going to do it, they begged him not to . . . and that made him even more convinced to do it.
Gawker.com has agreed to pay HULK HOGAN at least $31 million for posting clips of his sex tape. Hogan had won a $140 million judgment from them, but they could have dragged things out by appealing. They cut a deal instead.
“Entertainment Weekly” has some exclusive pictures of the live-action “Beauty and the Beast”, starring EMMA WATSON.
BRUNO MARS says BEYONCÉ was stress-eating Cheetos before the Super Bowl Halftime show earlier this year.
- “Thursday Night Football”at 8:30 p.m. Eastern on NFL Network. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers host the Atlanta Falcons.
- “Superstore”at 8:00 p.m. on NBC. America Ferrera puts out a pamphlet to oppose the voting guide that corporate issues for Election Day after the store becomes an official polling place.
- The fall finale of“The Good Place”at 8:30 p.m. on NBC.
- The first season finale of“Finding Prince Charming”at 9:00 p.m. on Logo.
Tonight’s schedule includes “DC’s Legends of Tomorrow”, and “Grey’s Anatomy” at 8:00 p.m. . . . “Pitch”, “Notorious”, and “Chicago Med” at 9 o’clock . . . and “Pure Genius”, “The Blacklist” and “How to Get Away with Murder” at 10:00 p.m.