Chicken Singer Has A Scheming Hubby

[Hollywood Street King] She’s a noted ‘Queen’ of certain song, but that doesn’t mean our blind item is treated like a queen by her significant other. That’s because our mystery lady’s mackadocious husband is said to have recently plotted a scheme – getting the songstress to leave her John Hancock in order for him to land a $2.2-Million dollar bank loan.

The problem is, sources say he » Continued

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Bank Of Actor Charges A High Interest Rate

[BlindGossip] This actor has developed an interesting side business. When someone within the entertainment industry runs into trouble and can’t pay off an expense through their regular accounts, this rich and powerful actor discreetly lends them the money at a very high interest rate.

Need to pay off your pregnant jump off? Need to keep your house » Continued

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Director and Soap Stars Lose Homes To Foreclosure

[NewYorkTimes] The $26 billion foreclosure settlement deal announced this month arrived in the final throes of Hollywood’s annual awards season. It also arrived too late for my neighbor » Continued

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From Dirt Poor To Living Large

[NationalEnquirer] This New York-born R&B diva went from dirt poor to living large, but she’s now worried about her dwindling bank account. The Grammy-winner is desperate for another hit album so she can get her life back on track! Who is she?

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Junior Financier Pretends to Be A Partner

NewYorkPost – What presumptuous, preening, junior financier at a European investment bank believes he’s such a big shot that he asked for his business card back after handing it over at Travertine the other night? When we responded he wasn’t a big enough player to be a boldfaced name in this column, he then tripped over himself to hand his information back to us. Here’s a tip: People who say, ‘I can’t be in your column,’ are usually not interesting enough to be on Page Six in the first place. His card, which didn’t back up his claim to be a partner in the bank, would do a tremendous job lining our waste-paper basket.

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