Beyonce Named Best-Paid Celeb Under 30

Celebrity News Jul. 27, 2010 AT 5:05PM
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-- Beyonce Knowles tops Forbes' list of the 12 Best-Paid Celebrities Under 30 for the second consecutive year, besting fellow pop divas Britney Spears (at No. 2) and Lady Gaga (No.3). Knowles, 28, raked in $87 million thanks to a world tour, endorsement deals with Nintendo and L'Oreal, and her House of Dereon clothing line. [OMG!]

-- Talk about a catfight! Outspoken animal-lover Pamela Anderson, 43, is putting Janet Jackson on blast for appearing in ads for BlackGlama's mink collection. "It's disappointing," Anderson says. "She has spoken out against fur before. I don't know why some people stop listening to their heart. I guess some people get greedy, but it's sad." [Wonder Wall]

-- After photos surfaced of Paris Hilton allegedly giving a Nazi salute while partying in St. Tropez, France, a rep for the socialite, 29, said the pictures were a misunderstanding. "Paris was dancing and having fun with her arm up in the air as she always dances like that and was scratching (her) face when a photo was taken," the rep said. "The hat was a military-style hat from a club." [Star Pulse]

-- Zac Efron, 22, praised his former High School Musical co-star Corbin Bleu, 21, after seeing his pal's performance in Broadway's In The Heights. "He's so amazing. He just really, really nails that part," Efron said on Regis & Kelly Tuesday. "I'm just so proud of him up there on stage." [Just Jared, Jr.]

-- "Tik Tok" singer Ke$ha tells Papermag that she's obsessed with DIY tattoos. "A friend of mine told me you can do it with pen ink and a safety pin and I was like, 'That's amazing. I could give tattoos at anywhere in the world at any hotel,'" the singer, 23, says. "I saw this hot dude recently and I gave him a tattoo sitting in the lobby of the hotel. I was just like 'Can I borrow a pen and a sewing kit?' I think I got an admirer out of that one." [Huffington Post]

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