People Be Talkin'!!

In Today's, People Are Talkin’ ….

DAVE COULIER . . . Uncle Joey from "Full House". . . is getting married next month to a producer named Melissa Bring. 
SEAN ASTIN says he and COREY FELDMAN are definitely down if a "Goonies"sequel happens.   He added that he's heard the movie will probably focus on the CHILDREN of the original gang. 

The first two games of the NBA Finals took the top two spots in the ratings, with an average of 15 million viewers.  The Tony Awards had 7 million viewers.  The Miss USA competition attracted 5.6 million and the CMT Music Awards had 3 million. 

Lookalikes WILL FERRELL and drummer CHAD SMITH of the RED HOT CHILI PEPPERS did a "drum-off" on "The Tonight Show" last month . . . now want to do another one, this time with a THIRD drummer:  METALLICA'S LARS ULRICH

COWBOY NEWS Country Music Headlines

BRAD PAISLEY encourages his audiences to record his shows with their cell phones.  He says, quote, "I want to see it.  Get good audio if you can.  Your videos are a memory, something you can have, and what an amazing experience." There's another reason why it's a good idea to bring your smart phone to Brad's concerts.  He may borrow it and put YOU in the video like he did at a show last year in San Bernardino, California.
CHRIS YOUNG had two surgeries on his hand, "a lot" of stitches, and he'll be in a cast for six weeks.  But  He can still move his fingers and will perform tomorrow night in Burlington, Iowa.

TAYLOR SWIFT gave her friend ED SHEERAN a needlepoint that she made with her own two, well, needles.  It features the phrase "Started From The Bottom", which is the title of a song from DRAKE.  

WILLIE NELSON has released a preview clip for an acoustic version of his new song "The Wall".  It's one of the tracks on his upcoming album "Band of Brothers", which is out June 17th.
They've changed the release date of the album, "Nashville Outlaws: A Tribute to Motley Crue".  It was originally going to be out July 8th . . . but it's been pushed back to August 19th.
Luke Bryan is the only country father among Working Mother magazine's 25 Top Celeb Working Dads. The list features doting Hollywood dads picked for their overall "droolworthiness" and commitment to their children. Other stars on the list include Channing Tatum and Will Ferrell.

Eight Celebrities Who Were Rich Before They Got Famous 

Not everyone in showbiz is a rags-to-riches story.  Some of them go from riches to EVEN MORE RICHES.  Here are eight of those cases . . .
"Lone Ranger" star Armie Hammer:  His great-grandfather on his dad's side is an oil tycoon, which allowed his father to start several successful businesses that the family still owns, including a publishing house and a film and TV production company.
Adam Levine:  His father Fred Levine founded and still runs the upscale clothing company M. Fredric.
Julia Louis-Dreyfus:  Her great-grandfather founded the Louis Dreyfus Group, a massive commodities and shipping conglomerate.  Today, Julia's father is a billionaire.
Rashida Jones:  This one's a no-brainer.  Her dad is legendary music producer Quincy Jones and her mother is actress Peggy Lipton, best known for the '70s TV series "The Mod Squad".
Lana Del Rey:  Her father Robert Grant was a copywriter for the Grey Group, a global advertising and marketing firm.  He went on to make a fortune in both real estate and in buying up and re-selling Internet domain names back in the '90s.

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