Ever since Jennifer Lawrence spoke out at the vast gender gap between male and female actors, there is an increasing spotlight on the highest-paid actresses in the world. And while Lawrence is correct there is a huge difference between the salaries of actors, you shouldn’t worry about female actresses too much. They still take home a pretty paycheck that would make you green with envy. I mean who else can afford to drop millions and purchase an island on a whim? Wish you were a millionaire too? Play online jackpot games at Red Flush Canada and stand a chance of winning big. Here are the top television actresses making bank in Hollywood at the moment. [Read more…]
When Apple unveiled its biggest phone – the iPhone 7, in September 2016, many iPhone consumers waited to see what will be included or excluded. No sooner had it been launched than it sold out before the official launch date! That’s how much this product is in demand – the price notwithstanding.
Canadian consumers have to fork out CAD899 compared to the American consumers who pay USD649 for the 32GB iPhone 7. While the iPhone 7 Plus retails for CA$1,049 and based on the average workers’ hourly wage ($25.46), it would take an average Canadian a week to pay off the 32 GB iPhone 7.
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Explore the top 5 luxurious islands, all owned by world-famous celebrities.
What do you do when you are a celebrity with an extra $10 million lying around?
You buy your own private island of course. Just ask world- famous celebrities like Johnny Depp, Mel Gibson, Nicolas Cage or Sir Richard Branson, who all been snapped enjoying a vacation on their own private island.
The Romans were great innovators and an all-conquering empire. Tales of their conquests are still recounted to this day.The same can be said of an American pioneer, Jay Sarno. Sarno was the brainchild behind Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, Nevada. A 4-diamond luxury hotel so grand and so opulent, it set the benchmark for what the world has come to know as a VIP experience. Opening on August 5 in 1966 at a cost of $24 million, Caesar’s blew the competition away and wasn’t like anything Las Vegas had ever seen. [Read more…]