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Beyoncé vs. Rihanna Battle of Brands: One’s a Porsche, Other a Jeep–Study

Beyoncé is more than the Queen of R&B she’s the Doyenne of Brands. Rihanna is a mere pretender, according to a new marketing study. It says Queen Bay’s brand is more like a Porsche while Rihanna would do better selling Jeeps. But Rihanna holds one title. The Barbadian singer is more marketable, according to NPD Group, a Virginia-based research, marketing and trends analysis firm....

Paul Walker’s Death Adds Life to ‘Furious 7;’ Box Debut Tops $145M

Paul Walker’s untimely death in a street racing accident that mirrored in many ways his “Fast and Furious” movie persona, help fuel “Furious 7″ to a stunning opening weekend, with a reported $146.5 domestic box office gross and $240 million worldwide. The opening put it in the same league as other action blockbusters like “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire,” ($158 million). The film posted the fourth-highest international gross in modern film history....

More Chris Brown Pre-Grammy Drama: Totals His Car

Chris Brown should stay inside with the shades drawn on the day before the Grammys. The trouble-prone singer reportedly demolished his car after an alleged run-in with a horde of paparazzi. On this day in 2009, Brown beat his then-girfriend Rihanna unconscious after the two became embroiled in an argument in his rented Lamborghini....
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Porsche Slams Brakes on Lindsay Lohan Accident Claims

Speak no ill of a Porsche. The automaker apparently took personal offense at Lindsay Lohan’s claim that the brakes on her Porsche 911 failed, causing her to slam into the back of a truck last month. So it tested them… Gulp! TheImproper reported at the time of the accident that her explanation would only hold up only until the brakes were tested. And, Porsche has tested them, according to TMZZ....
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Jackass’s Ryan Dunn: Here’s How His Porsche Crashed

"Jackass" star Ryan Dunn was hurtling in his Porsche down a rural Pennsylvania two-lane highway at 130 miles per hour, when it flew off the road and was demolished, killing Ryan and passenger Zachary Hartwell. The road was likely deserted at 2:30 a.m. when the car slammed into a guardrail, flipped into a stand of trees and burst into flames. Or was it?...