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Dwayne Johnson Is The Highest Paid Actor of 2019!

According to Forbes Magazine’s “The Celebrity 100” list, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is the highest paid actor of the year!

Overall, Johnson ranked at 15 out of 100, but those who ranked higher were all musicians, athletes, authors or media personalities.

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The list said Johnson, 47, raked in $89.4 million over the last year!

Johnson, 47, stars in “Hobbs and Shaw,” the newest installment of the “Fast & Furious” franchise, which is in theaters TODAY!

His other movies of 2019 include “Shazam!” and “Jumanji: The Next Level.”

Other actors just below Johnson on the list include Chris Hemsworth (#24), Robert Downey Jr. (#31) and Kevin Hart (#38).

Find the entire list HERE!

What do YOU think of the celebrities that made the list? Are you surprised any actors are higher or lower on the list than others?

Busta Rhymes Reportedly Flipped Out On Passengers On Flight!!!

Busta Rhymes is accused of getting aggressive with a passenger that put her luggage in his first-class luggage space!

Busta got heated on a flight and escorted off the plane by police in New York…

He got on the plane with 5 bags before finding out someone used his luggage space.

He got agitated and rude before insulting the woman who had her baggage in his space!

The woman’s husband intervened and Busta responded to him, “Let’s go, homeboy.”

What do YOU think of Busta Rhymes’ reaction?

You Can Go Blind from Swimming With Contact Lenses?!

Swimming with your contact lenses in can make you go blind!

That’s the warning being issued by medical professionals after two people in England contracted acanthamoeba keratitis, a severe, painful infection of the cornea…

In both cases, the victims — a man and a woman — each lost vision in one eye after the parasite became lodged under a contact lens.

Experts say while the parasite is common in water, it usually washes right out of swimmers’ eyes.

Doctors said in both cases, the victims would have been fine had they removed their contacts before swimming!

Do YOU remove your lenses before swimming or showering?