Philly's own Amber Rose and ex Wiz Khalifa can officially move on - the couple has reached a divorce settlement.

And where did they celebrate?

A strip club.

Make it rain away the pain.

TMZ.com reported that in the settlement, Amber gets $1 million thanks to the couple's prenup (of which Wiz still owes her $644,000).

She also gets $14,800 a month in child support for their 3-year-old son, Sebastian "Bash" Taylor Thomaz. That's enough money for Tattle to call Amber "mommy."

The couple will share custody.

Wiz gets the couple's home in Pennsylvania and 10 cars, most of them classic sportscars.

The nice part is that the divorce has turned out amicable.

Said Amber of her ex on the podcast Guys We F----d, "He was the love of my life. He was the only man I've ever loved."

Take that, Kanye.

According to Bloomberg News, Spotify has hired music management veteran Troy Carter, from Philadelphia, to improve the streaming service's relationships with songwriters and musicians.

Tattle on Tony


There's going to be a ton of star power at this year's Hamil-Tony Awards and it's not only going to be Broadway folk.

Presenters and attendees will include Angela Lansbury, James Earl Jones, Neil Patrick Harris, Claire Danes, Jake Gyllenhaal, Daniel Dae Kim, Diane Lane, Lucy Liu, Sean Hayes, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Marlee Matlin, Uzo Aduba, Blair Underwood, Andrew Rannells, Barbra Streisand, Oprah Winfrey, Cate Blanchett, Carole King, Audra McDonald, Saoirse Ronan, Patina Miller, Nathan Lane, Steve Martin and Edie Brickell.

The telecast will air Sunday from the Beacon Theatre in NYC.

* This season, the theater community is celebrating how Broadway has finally become the Great un-White Way.

Black actors have taken center stage in The Color Purple, The Gin Game, Eclipsed and Shuffle Along. A Latin cast shines in On Your Feet! and Asian-Americans told a bitter story from America's past in Allegiance. The season's megahit Hamilton, of course, has multiracial leads in its DNA.

At Sunday's Tony Awards, 14 of the 40 nominees for acting in plays and musicals - 35 percent - are actors of color. And more non-whites are nominated on the other side of the stage, including choreographer Savion Glover, director George C. Wolfe and playwright Danai Gurira.

Sure, it could be an "aligning of the stars," according to Color Purple producer Scott Sanders, and not the start of an ongoing trend, but it is a start.

TATTBITS

Sheila E., D'Angelo, The Roots and Janelle Monae will pay tribute to Prince at this month's BET Awards.

The performers will honor The Purple One on June 26 at the Microsoft Theater in L.A., the network announced Tuesday.

Sheila E. was once engaged to Prince. Monae was mentored by Prince and they collaborated on her 2013 album.

After Madonna - with the help of Stevie Wonder - paid tribute to Prince at last month's Billboard Music Awards, BET tweeted: "Yeah, we saw that. Don't worry. We Got You."

* The Hollywood Reporter says Netflix is developing a comedy to star Eddie Murphy.

If it goes forward, Brett Ratner (Tower Heist) is expected to direct Soul Soul Soul: The Murray Murray Story, a mockumentary about a 1960s soul singer.

* It's time for the premiere episode of So You Think You Can Puke.

E! News reports that 12-year-old dancer Chi Tahani vomited on judge Paula Abdul after she was advanced to the next round on So You Think You Can Dance: The Next Generation.

After receiving hugs from Abdul and fellow judges Jason Derulo and Nigel Lythgoe, Abdul said to a stunned Tahani, "I'm so proud of you."

This was followed a a few moments later by, "Are you OK?"

Barf.

"It's OK honey," Abdul said. "It's OK."

Later, a happy, laughing Tahani explained to host Cat Deeley that Paula just hugged her too tight and "all the happiness came out on her jacket."

Remember that the next time you have food poisoning or too much to drink. It's all happiness.

Daily News wire services contributed to this report.
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