The Lindsey Report
by Lindsey Cleveland
posted Jun 9 2017 10:58AM
6/9 Today on The Lindsey Report...
DAVE CHAPPELLE backed out of a benefit show in Flint, Michigan last year. So on Wednesday night when he played the city, he donated every dime from the show . . . that's 50-grand . . . to help kids affected by the water crisis.
There's a "SpongeBob SquarePants" musical coming to Broadway in December, with music by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, Jon Legend, and David Bowie, among others.
Cristiano Ronaldo is still the highest-paid athlete in the world, pulling down $93 million over the past year. But LeBron James is a close second. He made $86.2 million, if you combine his salary and endorsements.
The body of former NFL wide receiver James Hardy was found in the Maumee River in Indiana yesterday. He was 31. James was a big college star with the Indiana Hoosiers, but he only played 16 games in the NFL after being drafted by the Bills in 2008.
The Tom Cruise "Mummy" remake is out this weekend. It's up against Kate Mara's military combat dog movie "Megan Leavey", and Salma Hayek's politically charged movie "Beatriz at Dinner".
Less than a week into his comeback tour, PHIL COLLINS had to cancel two shows because he fell in a hotel room and suffered a severe gash on his head. He'll be back onstage this Sunday, though.
TAYLOR SWIFT suddenly made all of her music available on Spotify and the other streaming services. She said she did it for the fans . . . but she also did it at the exact minute that KATY PERRY put out her new album.
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Cristiano Ronaldo, DAVE CHAPPELLE, David Bowie, James Hardy, Joe Perry, Jon Legend, Kate Mara, KATY PERRY, LeBron James, PHIL COLLINS, Salma Hayek, Steven Tyler, TAYLOR SWIFT