Miley’s Money, ‘CSI’ is Back, & Simon Sells to Sony: The Dish
All that's Hollywood and celebrity...it's The Dish for Thursday, April 1, 2021. Here's the latest.
Miley Cyrus is spreading the wealth! Cyrus has teamed up with personal finance app Cash APP to give away $1 million worth of stocks to her fans. Fans will have until April 13th to join in and need to simply comment on their favorite company or stock along with their Cash App username on any one of Miley's social media posts. Check out the full story with all the details here.
Hold the phone! CSI is coming back! The show is coming back to CBS as CSI: Las Vegas, and before you start thinking it won't be the same, you're wrong. William Petersen and Jorja Fox are heading back as Gil Grissom and Sara Wilde. Wallace Langham, who played lab tech David Hodges, will also be back. CSI: Las Vegas will debut in the 2021-2022 TV season. Get more information on the return here.
Paul Simon has sold his song catalog to Sony. Following other musicians like Stevie Nicks, Bob Dylan, and Neil Young, SImon has decided to make the financial move and sell over his extensive library to Sony Music Publishing. There is no confirmed amount of the sale as of yet, but Dylan has been rumored to have received about $300 million and Young to net around $100 million for half of his music. With the sale, Sony will now own one of the most celebrated song catalogs of the past 50 years, including classic tracks like Simon and Garfunkel’s “The Boxer,” “Mrs. Robinson,” and the “Sound of Silence” along with Simon’s solo works like “Me and Julio Down By The Schoolyard” and “Graceland.” Read more about the sale here.
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