Big “Jeopardy!” winner… John Legend learns to swim… Khloe’s photoshop fail… Camila Cabello is Cinderella… and Lori Loughlin could face up to 40 yrs
It’s a record that’s stood for over 8 years, but now James Holzhauer — a 34-year-old professional sports gambler from Las Vegas — has set the single-day cash winnings record on “Jeopardy!” James won $110,914 yesterday, shattering the old record of $77K. It was James’ fourth win in a row, so his total winnings are now over $244K. Today, he goes for his fifth win.
It’s never too late to learn something new! Back in January, 40-year-old John Legend revealed that he’s finally learning to swim, posting videos of his first swim lessons. And now, he’s getting private lessons from 12-time Olympic medalist Ryan Lochte!
John Legend is learning to swim with a 12-time Olympic medalist. https://t.co/CtI5hV549a— Entertainment Tonight (@etnow) April 9, 2019
Photoshop fails are fun! The Kardashians are always getting caught. This time, fans noticed Khloe has 14 fingers when she posted a picture of herself all glammed up for Diana Ross’ birthday party a couple weeks ago. Khloe’s also being slammed in the comments for cultural appropriation because she was wearing a huge curly wig and spray tan.
It’s Cinderella with a twist! James Corden is producing a movie that reimagines the traditional fairy tale as a modern-day musical, and Camila Cabello is his Cinderella! This will be Camila’s acting debut. She’ll also be singing, dancing, and heavily involved in producing original music for the movie.
The two were already charged with conspiracy to commit mail fraud, but now Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo have been hit with the new charge of money laundering conspiracy. Because they didn’t accept the original deal to plead guilty and apologize, Lori, Mossimo and 14 others involved in the college admissions cheating scandal could be facing much longer prison sentences, that is IF they’re convicted. Money laundering carries a maximum of 20 years in prison. The mail fraud charge also comes with a maximum of 20 years. Legal experts say even if they’re convicted, it’s not likely anyone will go to prison for a full 40 years over this, but they could definitely see jail time. According to TMZ, prosecutors are expected to ask the judge for sentences ranging from a minimum of 4 years and 9 months up to 5 years and 11 months.
Lori Loughlin hit with additional money laundering charge in college admissions scandal https://t.co/66rmX60WY4— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) April 9, 2019