• Iconic ‘Brady Bunch’ house for sale for $1.9 million

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    There are fears that the iconic house from 1970s sitcom The Brady Bunch could be demolished after the California property was put on the market. The owners died and their children are selling the property. The house at 11222 Dilling Street in Studio City, California, has an asking price of $1.85 million.
  • Ellie Goulding moving to New York to follow her heart

    Ellie Goulding is reportedly moving to the U.S. to live with her art dealer boyfriend Caspar Jopling, whom she has been quietly dating for 18 months. The singer's producer confirmed the singer's impending move, but also revealed she is focused on music and her fourth album is expected to be released later this year.
  • Lil’ Kim files for bankruptcy

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    Lil’ Kim is one of hip-hop’s all-time biggest selling female artists. However, over the last decade she has racked up millions of dollars in back taxes and various debt. Just days before a bank foreclosed on her 6,000-square-foot gated mansion last month, the platinum-selling rapper filed for bankruptcy protection.
  • Ricky Martin, Jwan Yosef and their $13.5M Beverly Hills mansion

    Ricky Martin and his fiance Jwan Yosef are on the cover of Architectural Digest‘s February 2018 issue, out now. The couple decided to live permanently to Beverly Hills where they have now a beautiful $13.5 million mansion, suitable for the singer's nine-year-old twins.
  • Justin Bieber gives a guided tour of his home to BBC Radio

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    BBC released on Thursday a video in which Justin Bieber hangs out with Radio 1's Clara Amfo, showing her his home in LA. The singer flaunted the pond where he goes fishing, as well as the various boats he'll take on the water when he wants to relax
  • Minneapolis, Prince Estate Denies Plan to Sell Paisley Park

    Bremer Trust, which manages Prince’s estate, dismisses report that Prince's recording studio is planned to go on sale. The singer’s famous Paisley Park studio (hid home and recording complex) will not go on the market.