According to Us Weekly, Selena Gomez and Ed Sheeran are totally hooking up.
Selma Blair is officially gone from Anger Management after infuriating star Charlie Sheen by complaining about his work ethic. Take it away, The Hollywood Reporter:
Sources tell THR that Blair questioned Sheen’s work ethic on the series, which films two episodes per week and often finds Sheen with more than 40 pages of dialogue per script. Sources tell THR that Sheen, an EP on the show, sent a strongly worded text to Blair in which he dismissed her from the series and called her a “c-nt.”
Shailene Woodley’s role in The Amazing Spider-Man 2 — that of Mary Jane, no less — has been cut! Here’s what she told Entertainment Weekly about it:
“Of course I’m bummed. But I am a firm believer in everything happening for a specific reason … Based on the proposed plot, I completely understand the need for holding off on introducing [Mary Jane] until the next film.”
Paula Deen testified in court about her use of the “N word” and it didn’t really do her any favors:
When asked by Lisa’s Atlanta-based attorney if she’d ever used the N-word, Paula responded, “Yes, of course,” and gave examples of times she used the offensive term.
In terms of telling racist jokes, Paula said, “It’s just what they are — they’re jokes…most jokes are about Jewish people, rednecks, black folks…I can’t determine what offends another person.”
David Gandy has a new girlfriend — Samantha Barks of Les Miserables.
Nick Cannon called Amanda Bynes’s current situation “sad.”
Christina Aguilera looked so good at The Voice finale.
Sam Taylor-Johnson will direct Fifty Shades Of Grey.
If Howard Stern styled Heidi Klum, she’d be wearing almost nothing.
Wyclef Jean wants a little Twitter love from Amanda Bynes.
Chris Brown won’t clean up the graffiti at his house because of “free speech.”
Kanye West is being attacked for his use of Parkinson’s in a lyric.
Lindsay Lohan is alive and well in rehab.
Courtney Stodden says she just got breast implants up to a size “double D.”
Mick Jagger is selling a lock of his hair.