Lady Gaga and her longtime manager Troy Carter have parted ways, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Carter helped launch the pop star's career after signing her in 2007. Together, they launched an international phenomenon who has sold upward of 20 million albums worldwide. A source claims that "creative differences" ultimately led to the break, while another insider tells THR that Carter, while sad, feels "liberated" to be relieved from duty. Gaga's rep has so far refused to confirm nor deny that the singer and her manager had parted ways.
Production on the third installment of everyone's favorite British mystery-solver movie has officially begun, says Jude Law. The man whose played Watson opposite Robert Downey Jr.'s Sherlock for the first two films says a third is being written. Director Guy Ritchie, who was behind the camera on the previous two, is also reportedly on board. All that's left now, says 40-year-old star Law, is for the studio, Warner Bros., “to agree to pay for it.”
A shirtless Justin Bieber stormed off the stage in Brazil after what is reported to be a bottle hit him in the head. Reportedly, fans waited nearly an hour for their Boyfriend to return to the stage and finish the show, but he never came back! Bieber, who is touring, spent his time hyping his new single Bad Day on Twitter and didn't discuss his stage mishap.
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