In an interview with CBS Sunday Morning that is set to air on Sunday, John Mayer finally admitted that he acted like a jerk to some of the women he’s dated in the past:
“I was just a jerk. It’s very liberating when you finally realize it’s impossible to make everyone like you. I wanted everybody to like me. I thought I was one shuck and jive away in every direction.”
Christina Applegate has quit her NBC sitcom Up All Night just a month after the show’s creator Emily Spivey left the series. She said:
“It’s been a great experience working on Up All Night, but the show has taken a different creative direction and I decided it was best for me to move on to other endeavors. Working with Lorne Michaels has been a dream come true and I am grateful he brought me into his TV family. I will miss the cast, producers and crew, and wish them the best always.”
Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood will avoid each other at the Grammy Awards because they “hate each other,” a lot.
Lance Bass attacked Chris Brown for his use of the F-word, saying that it’s “just like calling [someone] the N word in a very derogatory way.”
People protested outside of a Fashion Week show for Adidas NEO being hosted by Selena Gomez and one of them even made it inside to pass out flyers smearing her name.
Emile Hirsch had an art show and lots of his famous friends came out to support him.
Adam Levine will take his mother as his date to the Grammys.
Jessica Simpson and her baby bump work out.
Chris Tucker dances with Conan O’Brien.
John Noble will appear on The Good Wife.
Viola Davis is sick and tired of playing a maid.
David Boreanaz forgot his pants.
Jude Law and Channing Tatum are both attractive and in the same film.
*In Chris Colfer’s voice* Leave Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone alone!
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