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Do You Have What It Takes To Be Rob Lowe’s Personal Assistant?

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February 1, 2017
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Do You Have What It Takes To Be Rob Lowe’s Personal Assistant?

Rob Lowe supposedly ran an anonymous ad for a new personal assistant.

The job is rumored to pay $70,000 a year and includes benefits.  So, what does it take to be Rob Lowe’s personal assistant?  Here are SOME of the job’s requirements:

  1. Travel on location as requested and serve as Rob Lowe’s “Body Man.”
  2. Make sure you the staff at his estate knows in advance if he wants the Jacuzzi turned on or a massage ordered for when he arrives home.
  3. Ensure Rob is fed and has coffee throughout the day.
  4. And….the right candidate will know to never assume anything.

 

Does Johnny Depp Spend $30,000 a Month on Wine? 

Earlier this month, JOHNNY DEPP accused his former business managers of stealing money from him, and he sued them for more than $25 million. 

Well, they just filed court papers saying Johnny basically did it all to himself with his ridiculous spending.  And they gave examples.  Like the $75 million he's spent on 14 different residences, or his $18 million luxury yacht, and the $30,000 he spends on wine EVERY MONTH.

He also paid $3 million to blast the ashes of author HUNTER THOMPSON out of a cannon.

The papers say, quote, "Depp lived an ultra-extravagant lifestyle that often knowingly cost in excess of $2 million per month to maintain, which he simply could not afford.  Depp, and Depp alone, is fully responsible for any financial turmoil he finds himself in today."

 

Lady Gaga Confirms That She Will Perform On The Roof At The Super Bowl

Lady Gaga just made a lot of people some money – by confirming she will perform from the roof of Houston's NRG Stadium during the Super Bowl Halftime Show.

Earlier this week, online gambling websites were offering a Super Bowl “Prop Bet” on whether or not Lady Gaga would perform on the roof.  They were giving it a 29% chance (12-to-5 odds).

In other words, if you took that bet, you’d win $12 for every $5 you bet – so, a $100 bet would have netted you $240