Reeve also claims Seven breached the Fair Work Act by misrepresenting his employment as being an independent contracting arrangement, when it is clear he was treated as an employee including receiving an email from chief operations officer Bruce McWilliam on July 3 describing him as “part of the DNA of this place”.
In an email on the same day, Reeve says, Seven chairman Kerry Stokes referred to the redundancy and wrote “I’m so sorry”.
The statement of claim details how Reeve was initially empl…
Netflix won Shonda Rhimes after Disneyland pass dispute – Fox Business
Shonda Rhimes reportedly signed a nine-figure production deal with Netflix.
Showrunner Shonda Rhimes left ABC for a massive Netflix production deal in 2017, and now she’s opening up about why she made the decision to leave the network and its parent company Disney.
Rhimes created a number of hit shows at ABC during her 15 years there including “Scandal,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” and “How To Get Away With Murder” but said she felt like she was “dying” at the network.
She told The Hollywood Reporter: “I felt like I was dying. Like I’d been pushing the same ball up the same hill…
Elton John Barbie hits Walmart stores for the price of $50; pop legend calls it ‘a real honor’ – Fox Business
The pop legend teamed up with Mattel for the creation of his own Barbie, and its purpose is to pay tribute to the platinum-selling artist and his many achievements…
An Elton John-inspired Barbie doll has made its way to Walmart.
The pop legend teamed up with Mattel for the creation of his Barbie, and its purpose is to pay tribute to the platinum-selling artist and his many achievements in music.
The 12-inch doll is currently on sale at Walmart for $50 and is complete with a glittery top, flared denim jeans and an “Elton” embossed bomber jacket with star-printed sleeves and a rainbow-striped hem.
In honor of John’s style, the doll features “rainbow-striped platform…
Jill Duggar Dillard claims she wasn’t paid for family’s reality TV shows until an attorney got ‘involved’ – Fox News
Jill Duggar Dillard starred in TLC’s “19 Kids and Counting” and a spinoff series called “Counting On.”
Jill Duggar Dillard and her family shot to stardom after their reality TV show, “19 Kids and Counting,” on TLC became a success.
The series followed the conservative, religious Duggar family as they navigated life with a burgeoning brood of children. It ran from 2010 to 2015 and then Dillard and her younger sister, Jessa, 27, were featured on a spinoff series called “Counting On.”
The now 29-year-old revealed to People magazine she allegedly didn’t receive compensation from her family for appearing…