Quote: "I think Donald Trump would make one of the best presidents we've ever had... The Donald I know has been a friend of mine for 30 years, has been the first one to call anytime I was in any situation that looked like it could turn bad... When it comes to businessmen, I don't have to tell you how brilliant he is. And God knows if we ever needed somebody that who could straighten this country financially, it's Donald Trump." Entertainer Wayne Newton is a big fan of presidential wannabe Donald Trump.
Fact: Dionne Warwick, Wayne Newton and Tony Danza were among the stars who turned out for a special tribute to Frank Sinatra at New York City's iconic Friars Club. The music legend, who died in 1998, was the focus of a special evening in the Big Apple on Monday (11Jan16) to mark 100 years since his birth in 1915, dubbed Sinatra at 100, which was hosted by veteran newsman Larry King.
Fact: Wayne Newton's former Las Vegas estate has been placed on the property market for a whopping $70 million (£46.7 million). The 40-acre pad the veteran entertainer used to call home was listed by Sotheby's officials on Monday (09Sep13). Members of the Saudi Arabia royal family have reportedly expressed interest in the purchase.
Quote: "Whenever he spoke everybody just shut up. He's like God. He's a legend and he's such a lovely guy... He's a proper gentleman." Spice Girls star Melanie Brown will miss entertainer Wayne Newton, who was voted off U.S. TV reality contest Dancing With The Stars on Tuesday (09Oct07). The pop star is still in with a chance of winning the dancing competition.
Fact: Smooth crooner Wayne Newton was booted off U.S. TV talent show Dancing With The Stars on Tuesday (09Oct07), after the 65-year-old showman and his partner Cheryl Burke failed to win over judges with their fancy footwork.