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Culture Jamming: Who's Helping Celebrities Go Viral?

1 earner still living, Madonna, who earned only $125 million. JOHN BURGESS/AP 'Peanuts' creator Charles Schulz, who died in 2000, landed third on the list. Jackson took the top spot from Elizabeth Taylor. This year, the late movie star's earning landed her in fourth place. Elvis Presley came in second, earning $55 million despite passing away in 1977. In third is Charles Schulz, creator of the cartoon "Peanuts," who earned $37 million. <br>Source:

Celebrities React To Lou Reed's Death On Twitter

company has raised more than $62 million in funding, and in August, acquired the video distribution network Blip . Distribution is what sets Maker apart, and social is the secret sauce, Holt said. "Twitter and Facebook are huge amplifiers," he said, noting artists like Snoop see social as the end game to monetize their social following."Snoop wants to have a vehicle to connect directly to his fans. "We provide the fuel in the engine." 10 Unexpected Moments From the 2013 VMAs Red Carpet 1. Richard Simmons kissed Katy Perry, and he liked it. Eccentric fitness personality Richard Simmons stunned attendees with a flashy appearance on the red carpet. The 65-year-old even stopped to kiss singer Katy Perry on the hand, to which she laughed off. <br>Source:

These celebrities want you to fight back against NSA spying

I'm a monstrous @JamieDornan1 fan. Wasn't allowed to be attracted to him on The Fall bc he played a sexmurderer. 50 Shades is my big chance! Lena Dunham (@lenadunham) October 24, 2013 Courtesy of Calvin Klein, Inc. Dornans Fall 2009 Calvin Klein Underwear ad campaign has also become a topic of discussion. <br>Source:

The video features other celebrities including Wil Wheaton and Maggie Gyllenhaal as well as public figures including Pentagon Papers whistle blower Daniel Ellsberg, Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), and legal scholar Lawrence Lessig. The video is timed to match up with the Stop Watching Us rally against NSA surveillance in Washington, D.C. on Saturday -- incidentally, also the 12th anniversary of the passing of the Patriot Act. Stop Watching Us is a coalition of over 100 advocacy groups and companies who came together earlier in the summer for a petition drive demanding Congress investigate NSA surveillance programs. <br>Source:

Jamie Dornan cast in ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ film: kim kardashian biography Celebrities, fans react

Others piled on. The results are above, but its a work in progress. Aside from Martin, the people listed are readers choices. Some I agree with, some I understand but dont agree with, and some I cant even begin to understand. We have more than we need, and at least half the people on this list dont belong, not even slightly. First of all, there are too many comedians. How did that happen? Plus, the gallery is too long. So lets hear some of your nominees, and lets get this down to, at most, 100, by tonight or tomorrow morning at the latest. To make things easier, for every person you nominate, suggest taking someone off the list, so that, in this way, we can grow it and cut it down at the same time. <br>Source:

100 Most Repellent Celebrities of the Past 100 Years

Here, Lou Reed presents his photography exhibition at the Matadero (source) cultural center on November 16, 2012 in Madrid, Spain. (Photo by Carlos Alvarez/Getty Images) | Getty Get Celebrity Newsletters: Subscribe Follow: Legendary rock pioneer Lou Reed died over the weekend , The Rolling Stone reports. He was 71. Reed was best known for his work as a guitarist, singer and songwriter for the Velvet Underground and had a profound impact on American culture, introducing avant garde rock and pop art to mainstream music. Many celebrities took to Twitter to share their thoughts about Reed and his untimely death : Loading Slideshow <br>Source:

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