Since Taylor Swift, Sarah Jessica Parker, Oprah, and Psy were all born in the Chinese zodiac's year of the snake, Reuters on Sunday published an interview with a Taiwanese fortune teller, Chan Wei-chung, revealing what those entertainers can expect from 2013. Okay. Swift will find "good fortune for love" if she leaves America "to film a movie, host concerts or conduct other entertainment businesses." Psy "must take care of his health" and "must make good judgments" while riding that "Gangnam Style" wave, or he'll suffer exhaustion. Parker has a star shining "in her marriage palace," so if she works with Matthew Broderick, she makes bank. Oprah has to watch out for "money disputes and troubles when traveling, like traffic problems or quarrels with people." Reuters, founded in 1851, dubs itself "the world’s leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals."
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