Now, she tells People, "I'm really proud of myself.I pulled myself out of a really, really, really tough place." Here's something else that probably cheered her up: this past weekend, she sang the part of Veruca Salt at the Hollywood Bowl as part of a live performance of the score to the 1971 cult classic album cover into a tribute to the music greats we lost in 2016.2." (Billboard) Before you try to wrap your head around this story, remember that it's all for a good cause.At a Las Vegas auction to benefit victims of the recent country music festival shooting, a watercolor painting by Britney Spears sold for ,000. None other than 76-year-old Meanwhile, a concert to benefit the Las Vegas victims is being planned for Dec. Confirmed acts include the Killers and Imagine Dragons, two of the biggest bands to come out of Sin City in recent years.Bono’s spokeswoman told the Guardian: “Bono was a passive, minority investor in Nude Estates Malta Ltd, a company that was legally registered in Malta until it was voluntarily wound up in 2015."Malta is a well-established holding company jurisdiction within the EU.” She added that he was also a passive, minority investor in the Guernsey company linked to the Ausra Mall.All of our investments are fully audited and legitimate.
An international investigation has revealed how many of the world's wealthiest people take advantage of international tax havens — and music stars including Bono and Madonna have benefited, according to the New York Times.anything less than exemplary was done with my name anywhere near it. I have campaigned for the beneficial ownership of offshore companies to be made transparent." In fairness, these deals get pretty convoluted.Here's how Rolling Stone summarizes the Bono situation: Per the BBC, Bono owned a share in the Ausra shopping center located in the Lithuanian city of Utena via his stake in a company called Nude Estates, based in Malta.Friday 14 men and women slaughtered a lamb and disrobed at the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp in Poland, according to the museum there.The group, ranging in age from approximately 20 to 27 and whose identities, citizenship and motivations haven’t been determined, chained themselves to the front gate with the infamous inscription Arbeit Macht Frei, or Works Sets You Free, according to the report.