Julie chen and les moonves dating

23-Mar-2016 15:04

On the main level of the house just sold, a great room combines the living room, a dining area and a kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and an island. Mitchell Bravo of Keller Williams represented the buyer.

Gayle King might have Oprah as the most powerful best friend in the entire world, but she isn’t married to the head of CBS and better stop messing with the lady who is — Julie Chen.

“I was aiming for the door, but it hit the wall,” Williamson tells News theater critic Joe Dziemianowicz, who was at the performance.

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Les Moonves, chairman and chief executive of CBS Corp., and his wife, TV personality Julie Chen, have sold their La Costa Beach home in Malibu. The sales price has yet to appear in the public record. Moonves and Chen bought billionaire and Microsoft Corp.

Especially to someone married to Les Moonves.” Aside from being a CBS talent in her own right, Chen married the network’s CEO, Les Moonves, in 2004 in Mexico.

Soon after, she went on Howard Stern’s show and said she’d signed a “generous” prenup.

Kevin Williamson, who covers theater for the New Criterion, posted his personal drama on National Review.com, where he's a columnist.

“I had a genuinely new experience at the theater tonight: I was thrown out.” Long story short, a woman insisted on using her phone during the performance. She wouldn’t, so he grabbed her phone and chucked it.

Les Moonves, chairman and chief executive of CBS Corp., and his wife, TV personality Julie Chen, have sold their La Costa Beach home in Malibu. The sales price has yet to appear in the public record. Moonves and Chen bought billionaire and Microsoft Corp.

Especially to someone married to Les Moonves.” Aside from being a CBS talent in her own right, Chen married the network’s CEO, Les Moonves, in 2004 in Mexico.

Soon after, she went on Howard Stern’s show and said she’d signed a “generous” prenup.

Kevin Williamson, who covers theater for the New Criterion, posted his personal drama on National Review.com, where he's a columnist.

“I had a genuinely new experience at the theater tonight: I was thrown out.” Long story short, a woman insisted on using her phone during the performance. She wouldn’t, so he grabbed her phone and chucked it.

’ Julie was shocked and rolled her eyes off camera,” says our source.