Mimi Will Be the Highest Paid Reality Show Judge, Dahling!

July 24, 2012 / Posted by:

Somebody hand me a lamb so I can ask it to double slap me in the face for having the audacity to write yesterday that Mimi accepted a paltry, poor person’s wage of $12 million to be a judge on American Idol for one season. JLo made only $12 million for her first season of Idol, Brit Brit is making around $16 million for her first season of X-Factor and Xtina is making $10 million for her third season of The Voice, so how dare I even think that the Rainbow Unicornie Princess of Pink Diamond Luxury would ever agree to make the same or less than those cheap Dollar General whores.

People says that Mimi’s deal is worth $18 million for her first season and she has the option to renew if she wants to. This deal makes her the most overpaid judge on a reality show ahead of Brit Brit and Howard Stern (who gets $15 million for America’s Got Talent). Simon Cowell doesn’t count since he also gets paid for being an executive producer and each one of his furry tit pies gets 7 figures each for just being.

Thank the Sanrio gods for this news. All is well again. Mimi’s FOX check is bigger than JLo’s FOX check. And now I know that if you put $12 million in front of Mimi, she wouldn’t even let her Hello Kitty sneeze on one of those bills. I’ll never make that mistake again!

Here’s the discount trick Mimi replaced having a pre-birthday dinner last night at Cipriani in NYC with some people and Casper the Friendly Gold Digger. I’m assuming Mimi was kind of enough to tell the restaurant to charge JLo’s meal to her account since JLo ONLY made $12 million for her first season of Idol. I mean, JLo can barely afford a sheet cake from Costco and a 1/2 chicken dinner special from Juan Pollo.

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