CBS Cancels 'Judge Joe Brown' After $20M Salary Dispute — Here's Today's Buzz

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  • Despite being the second highest-rated court show on TV next to “Judge Judy,” CBS has canceled “Judge Joe Brown” after a salary dispute. He reportedly has been making $20 million a year, but the network was looking to trim his compensation in line with a decline in the show’s ratings.
  • Justin Timberlake’s new album “20/20 Experience” missed the 1 million mark, but it’s still the strongest album sales week since Taylor Swift’s “Red” album. It’s also the biggest week for a male artist since Lil Wayne’s “Tha Carter III” in 2008.
  • Joel McHale and Justin Timberlake’s names are already being thrown out there as possible hosts for next year’s Academy Awards.
  • Selma Blair hinted she’s filming “Hellboy III” by posting a photo of herself behind a grey clay mask.
  • Celebrities from Ben Affleck to Lena Dunham tweet their opinions on Prop 8.
  • ABC Family’s hit teen murder mystery “Pretty Little Liars” is getting a spinoff titled “Ravenswood,” which is set in one of PLL’s neighbouring towns and will premiere in October.
  • Tom Brady. Gisele. Their kids. On a beach.
  • Justin Bieber went through airport security … shirtless. Totally unnecessary. 
  • Six months pregnant Kim Kardashian changed outfits 3 times in 8 hours.
  • And stop calling Kendall Jenner skinny!

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