Justin Bieber is under fire for something he's actually not guilty of this time around. A song said to be by Bieber, 'What She Wants,' made its rounds on the web -- and featured who many thought was Biebs saying the N-word. But it wasn't him!
We can understand why Miley Cyrus gets fed up with paparazzi, but her latest move against them has set tongues wagging even more than her own at the 2013 VMAs. Cyrus claims to have called a pap the c-word, then took to Twitter to brag about it.
John Cusack got majorly creeped out by a stalker on Tuesday (Sept. 3) when she tried getting into his house. The least she could have done was stand outside blasting 'In Your Eyes,' but she didn't even do that.
It looks like some 'Blurred Lines' were crossed at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Robin Thicke, fresh off of his controversial performance with Miley Cyrus, was caught feelin' on another woman's booty at a VMAs afterparty.
Comedian and 'Chappelle's Show' star Dave Chappelle was in the midst of a comeback show in Hartford, Conn. when he walked out of his own headlining gig. The cause? Hecklers who don't quite understand what heckling is.
The bad thing about being famous is that when you screw up, the whole world can know about it. The good thing about being famous, though, is that when you screw up, you can hire a team to make sure people forget all about it, too. Case in point: these stars, whose box office success, good looks, charity efforts and charm helped us forget all about their shady and often silly pasts.
Twitter is the celebrity oracle, allowing them to spout endless missives in 140-character lines. Some famous folk use it for good -- shameless self promotion, charity endeavors -- and others go on bizarre rants. Either way, a lot of celebs end up regretting some of their posts (or in some cases, all of them) and pulling the plug on the social media outlet entirely.
Farrah Abraham is a creative genius, consistently finding new, surprising and lucrative ways to stay famous by literally selling sex. Now, not only does the 'Backdoor Teen Mom' star want to invade your monitors and Twitter feeds, but also your bookshelves and ear drums.
'16 and Pregnant' star Nikkole Paulun already had a 3-year-old son, Lyle, and when she found out she was pregnant for a second time, she was both terrified and elated. She grew to love her second baby, whom she'd named Ashton, when he was in the womb ... but she received horrifying and heartbreaking news a month before he was due.
Though a lot of parents, some feminists, some members of the black community and plenty of actual twerkers took issue with Miley Cyrus' 2013 MTV Video Music Awards performance, one person in particular dug it: the man of the night, Justin Timberlake.
Taylor Swift is once more showing her charitable and giving nature. The 'Everything Has Changed' singer is donating an autographed guitar for a local auction in Rhode Island, where she recently purchased a beachfront mansion in cash.
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