Selena Gomez Made Justin Bieber Cry! Will Justin Timberlake Play Daddy Warbucks? And More!
(Fame FlyNet) Selena Gomez outside the Letterman studios yesterday
Selena Gomez was on David Letterman last night promoting her new movie Spring Breakers, and guess what? She totally spilled the beans on her breakup with Justin Bieber! She says she made him CRY. Boo-hoo and check out the video for yourself, below. [CBS]
Um, is Justin Timberlake about to star on Broadway in the revival of Annie as—wait for it—Daddy Warbucks!? We hope not, but if it does happen, we're totally there. That would be hilarious. [Page Six]
Troubled starlet Lindsay Lohan will enter a 90-day rehab stint in lieu of jailtime. She'll also serve 30 days of community service and 18 months of therapy. The actress pled guilty to reckless driving, lying to police, and obstructing justice. After the sentencing, Lohan headed out to a nightclub. Seriously, does she ever learn? [Daily Mail, TMZ]
Singer R. Kelly's Illinois house was auctioned off for $950,000—after the singer took out a $3.5 million loan on it and couldn't repay. [TMZ]
The newest season of Dancing With The Stars premiered last night! Disney star Zendaya Coleman and her partner Val Chmerkovskiy got rave reviews—check out their dance, below. [ABC]
Lisa Vanderpump—who showed up with her famous Pomeranian Giggy—didn't fare as well in the judges' eyes:
Adrienne Maloof totally blew off her planned appearance on Bravo Executive Producer Andy Cohen's talk show Watch What Happens Live. Cohen, understandably, was not super-chuffed. [Bravo]
Long-running television show The Office is set to air its series finale May 16th—but what can loyal viewers expect after 10 years? “It’s going to be very heartfelt,” Leslie David Barker told EW. “It will give you a chance to see what people do when they leave — just like at a real office when people start to go their own separate ways.” [EW]
Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner have been spending a lot of time together while Robert Pattinson is away in Australia. Is there something going on? Here's the photo evidence, you decide! [Mirror UK]
Did you see last night's Biggest Loser finale? Spoiler: This season, Dannielle Allen took home the grand prize of $250,000 for losing more than 120 pounds—nearly HALF her original body weight! Here's what she looked like before and after, above. [NBC]
Here's a porn-related item that's kind of interesting: Rick's Cabaret, a strip club chain, has licensed the Vivid Entertainment name and will be opening Vivid Cabaret in New York. It's expected to open in October on 37th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues. The folks over at Vivid are planning on promoting the new strip club on Vivid TV. It's the first time the company's licensed its name to a "gentlemen's club" (that euphemism makes us laugh). [PRNewswire]
HBO's series Girls is one of the most talked-about shows in recent years, but they can't seem to get the numbers up. The season finale, which just aired Sunday night, only attracted 632,000 viewers. Compare that to Duck Dynasty, whose season premiere drew in 9 million. [EW]
Okay, this isn't really celebrity news, but if you're at all interested in the BlackBerry Z10, you have to read this hilarious review in Betabeat.Here are some of our favorite passages:
Reminiscing about the 8700: "The battery life was like when the menorah at the Second Temple miraculously burned for eight days even though the Maccabees only had enough oil for one day."
Remembering 2006 and the only other alternative to the then-ruler-supreme BlackBerry: "Other people who wanted smartphones but were not important had phones like the Motorola Q, which was so laggy that you could press the tile to open the Internet Explorer program, pee, and then come back and it would be almost ready for you to enter a URL."
On the ramifications of buying the new Z10: "The BlackBerry Z10 could have been handed down to by God himself, like you are Moses and the Z10 is the sacred tablets and your apartment is Mount Sinai, and I would still suggest you not get it... You deserve to be happy and to be treated well, and it is impossible to know which doors you are closing for yourself when you take out a phone that is not an iPhone and someone sees it... It is impossible to type these words without seeming sarcastic, but if you can lighten the oppressive burden of human existence by not having the kind of cell phone that will make people think less of you, why wouldn’t you do that?" [BetaBeat]