If you’re a fan of the BIG BANG THEORY, this news might be on interest to you. JOHNNY GALECKI’s ranch burned to the ground in a fire in San Luis Obispo, which is about 200 miles from L.A. His own property wasn’t his main concern though.
He released a statement, “My heart goes out to all in the area who are also experiencing loss from this vicious fire. He added, quote, “Endless thanks to CalFire and the Sheriff’s Office. I know you guys are fighting the good fight to keep us safe. So very relieved no one has been hurt.”
It’s a good thing that Big Bang paycheck is as big as it is. Johnny, Jim Parsons and Kelly Cuoco make approximately 1 million dollars per episode.
Speaking of crazy, stupid money…Jay and Bey just can’t seem to find a house they love for their new extended family so for the time being they are renting in Malibu. The couple has a budget of 75 million dollars and can’t seem to find anything for under 150 million dollars that suits their taste.
It seems that everything is out of their price range. Even though they’re worth a combined $1.16 BILLION, that’s all they want to spend (which is probably smart). A source told TMZ, quote, “They want a super baller, crazy estate, but just can’t find one that fits in their budget.
Lindsay Lohan is trying to follow in Gwyneth Paltrow’s footsteps. She is starting her own lifestyle website (similar to goop) called Preemium.com (with 2 E’s). The cost $2.99 a month, but for that you get all her, quote, “secrets and breaking news.”
She says it will include “personal diaries, video updates, exclusive personal photos, fashion and beauty tutorials, shopping guides, behind the scenes content, my favorite products and much more.” In other weird Lindsay news, she just invited Britney Spears, Paris Hilton, and Beyoncé to her birthday party in Greece. No word on who has accepted the invite.
Season 4 of Bachelor in Paradise will resume filming with NEW RULES! There’s now a two drink max every hour and the crew and bartenders will monitor the drinking among the cast. Food also has to be constantly available.