After getting caught on video urinating in a mop bucket and saying "F**k Bill Clinton" while in the act, Justin Bieber called the former U.S. president and apologized for his actions. A source close to the situation tells E! News that Clinton took it in stride, telling Bieber something to the effect, "If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well." More seriously, Clinton advised the young superstar to focus on the good he can do in the world. He also warned Bieber to keep an eye on his friends. After all, it was a "friend" who leaked the now-viral video of him peeing and acting like an idiot.
John Mayer recently made one lucky fan's day when he and girlfriend Katy Perry popped into a music shop in New York City. The fan, 16-year-old Julie Fermin, was admiring the instruments when Mayer asked which one she liked best. She showed him the guitar that had caught her attention, but admitted she couldn't afford it. Fermin thought that was the end of the discussion. However, after Mayer and Perry left, a store employee approached Fermin to let her know that Mayer had bought her the guitar. "I started crying and screaming," Fermin says. "I cannot describe all the emotions I felt at that moment. I just knew I was the luckiest and happiest person alive."
Whitney Houston’s daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown went on a Facebook rant against her haters, telling them she is engaged to Nick Gordon and she's sick of people calling it incest. Nick was raised alongside Bobbi Kristina from an early age, but Whitney never officially adopted him. She wrote, "We aren’t even real brother and sister, nor is he my adoptive brother. In fact, mommy [Whitney] was the one who even said that she knew that we were going to start dating." Bobbi added, "People need to seriously stop judging my relationship. Pretty sure it's my own decision who I want to be with."