“Not trying to be arrogant, but if I walked down the street and a girl saw me, she might take a look back because maybe I’m good-looking, right?”
– Justin Bieber on his appeal with tha ladiez in the new issue of Vanity Fair. Whatever, Biebs. I’m 31, I don’t get you and this cover is giving me the pukes. VF is one of those magazines I use mostly for display in my apartment — like, it hides the stack of Us Weekly and Lucky magazines so I can look smart to guests. But this issue won’t exactly have the same effect, will it? Way to defeat the purpose of your magazine, VF! I’m canceling my subscription! [Vanity Fair] Keep reading »
We know you had a blast this New Year’s, but how did some of our favorite celebs ring in 2011? If you’re Lindsay Lohan, you pull a Gandhi quote out of your butt. Lindsay is apparently turning over a new, mellow leaf. She tweeted: “Today is the first day of the rest of my life. ‘The future depends on what we do in the present.’ -Mahatma Gandhi… One step at a time….” That’s right, Lindz.
After the jump, we’ve got a roundup of some of Twitter’s most, uh, prolific and famous users. Keep reading »
Ever since Selena Gomez turned 12 years old, there’s one accessory you never catch her without—her purity ring. But lately, the 16-year-old has been seen sans ring while out and about with young Justin Bieber. When they were seen holding hands outside an IHOP, no ring. When they were caught hugging and ran onto his tour bus in Miami, no ring. So did Selena lose the ring? Or does she keep forgetting to put it on in the morning? Or is this a sign that she’s ditched her chastity pledge and is on the road to Britney Spears-dom? [She Knows]
After the jump, a few other stars who’ve ditched their purity rings. Keep reading »
Never thought JBiebs would be up for an Oscar nod? Never say never. The American Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences has determined that Justin Bieber’s duet with Jayden Smith, “Never Say Never,” from “The Karate Kid” is eligible for an Oscar nom in the original song category. To be considered, a song must consist of words and music, both of which are original and written specifically for the film. It’s on a list with 41 other songs, including ditties from “Country Strong” and “Burlesque.” Now we just have to sit back and see what the Academy voters have to say on January 25. [FOX] Keep reading »
From left to right: Justin Bieber, T-Rex, Sarah Palin, Taylor Lautner, Michelle Obama, Barack Obama, Pauly D, Lindsay Lohan, Kate Gosselin, Unicorn. Don’t worry, kids, giant Michelle Obama will save the day. To see some more amazing pics of the best celebrity dolls of 2010, click here. [Newsweek] Keep reading »
I’m an adult, and thus have never been that taken with Justin Bieber. Until right now, when I saw this video of him solving a Rubik’s Cube in less than two minutes. I have to say that his technique is great—and he beat my best time by 10 seconds. I am officially putting a moratorium on making fun of Justin. This guy is the real deal. [Billboard]
Side note: Ryan Gosling can do it, too. Keep reading »
Last night, the Grammy Nominations Concert tried its best to distract us from “Top Chef: All-Stars” and “Celebrity Rehab 4.” It was unsuccessful, but I did DVR the special and fast forward through it this morning. LL Cool J hosted and, nestled among the nomination announcements, there were performances by Katy Perry, an oddly old-looking Justin Bieber, Miranda Lambert, and Bruno Mars. After the jump, three things that made me happy about the 2010 Grammy lineup and three things that made me sad.
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On Friday, Justin Bieber gave a reading from his new book, First Step 2 Forever. Not only did he look significantly older than the last time we saw him, but his hair was looking shorter and was—hyperventilating gasp—brushed in the opposite direction from normal. The voice deepening can’t be far behind. [New York, 11/26/10] Keep reading »
Yesterday, we read a heartwarming story about a mother who supported her five-year-old son’s “gay” costume choice. But a mother of a 12-year-old boy in Arizona wasn’t so understanding when her son wanted to go trick-or-treating as “gay Justin Bieber.” The mother grounded her son for his “disrespectful” costume choice. And the boy retaliated against this costume censorship by pulling a knife on his mom and threatening to kill her. That’s when the police were notified and the boy was arrested. OK, this is awful. Acknowledged. But I am still trying to figure out what a “gay Justin Bieber” costume would look like. Anyone? It must have been really intense to spark an act of extreme ‘tween disobedience. But then again, J-Biebs just seems to illicit insanity in ‘tweens. [AZ Central] Keep reading »