Trending3 Logo web

#trending3 (05/15)

Check Out The 3 Trending Topics Of The Day! (Audio Version Is On Demand)

KIM KARDASHIAN SET TO MAKE $21 MILLION FROM THIRD WEDDING

Her ill-fated 2011 nuptials to Kris Humphries still managed to net Kim Kardashian a reported $18 million - not bad for a union which only lasted 72 days.  But the reality star is in line to rake in even more cash with her third marriage to Kanye West later this month.  According to a new In Touch report, Kim is “cutting deals left and right” in order to minimize expenditure and maximize profits for herself and the rest of the family.  Despite not letting the cameras in for the actual ceremony- taking place in France - Kim is allowing E! to film everything leading up to and after the big day. “She's taping everything else so she can get things for free in exchange for the exposure,” a Kardashian source told the magazine.  Another insider added: “They realized how much their wedding was costing, so they told E! they wouldn't allow parts of it to be taped unless the network offered them more than $15 million, which is what Kim got for her wedding to Kris [Humphries]. Her mom couldn't help herself either. Kris is trying to get them another $4 million for their wedding photos.”

NEIL PATRICK HARRIS: I TURNED DOWN BOTH DAVID LETTERMAN’S JOB AND LATE LATE SHOW

Neil Patrick Harris says he turned down both the “Late Show” and the “Late Late Show.” In an interview with Howard Stern yesterday, the actor revealed CBS approached him to replace David Letterman — and when he declined, offered him Craig Ferguson’s job. But Harris explains he rejected both offers because he didn’t want to get “bored.” “I don’t have any interest in doing ‘monologue, commercial, sketch, guest, guest musical act, goodnight,’” he tells Stern. Of the “Late Late Show” slot, Harris said, “It’s still nightly. You’re still coming up with the same content and now you’re just getting bitter that no one’s watching it.” 

TWO AND A HALF MEN ENDING AFTER SEASON 12

“Two and a Half Men” will end after its upcoming 12th season. The news was announced yesterday as part of the CBS network upfront presentation. “Two and a Half Men,” the longest-running live action comedy on network television, hit a series low in its just-concluded 11th season, having been moved to a later time slot. Its two stars, Ashton Kutcher and Jon Cryer, are among the highest-paid actors on television.