This is the second year that Forbes has released its highest-paid DJs list, and if you thought they were makin’ big bucks last year, then this year will really make your turntable spin.
Scottish producer Calvin Harris made a whopping $46 million, for starters (so maybe it’s time to come up with a more creative name, dude). Tiësto, deadmau5, and Skrillex all raked it in as well, with $32 million, $21 million and $16 million, respectively.
And if you were feeling sorry for all the “Jersey Shore” peeps whose 15 minutes evaporated a year ago, hold tight to the knowledge that DJ Pauly D is doing just fine for himself, with the $13 million he made DJing events last year. Day-amn!
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The Foo Fighters are officially off-hiatus and will release a new album next year.
Katie Couric apologized to Kim Kardashian for ever questioning why she is famous.
Toni Braxton had a wardrobe malfunction in New Jersey and exposed her badonkadonk to the entire crowd.
John Mellencamp’s two sons, Hud and Speck, have been charged with felony battery after allegedly beating a college student.
Chris Brown was smacked with 1,000 more hours of community service in L.A. after authorities accused him of fudging his record on the hours he claimed in Virginia.
Rapper Lil Romeo is 24.
Actress Tammin Sursok (“Pretty Little Liars”) is 30.
Rapper Fat Joe is 43.
Actor Matthew Perry (“Go On”) is 44.
Reality TV star Jase Robertson (“Duck Dynasty”) is 44.
Singer-songwriter Lee Ann Womack is 47.
Actress Kyra Sedgwick (“The Closer”) is 48.
Actor John Stamos (“Full House”) is 50.
Former President Bill Clinton is 67.
Drummer Ginger Baker of Cream is 74.