Meow! Is there a cat fight about to go down? Video has emerged of Miley Cyrus slamming Selena Gomez during her Milan, Italy concert on Sunday. During her rendition of the angry track "FU," the 21-year-old singer was joined onstage by a cardboard cutout of Justin Bieber's ex-girlfriend. Before tossing it back into the crowd, Miley belted out, "Why, why you're doing what you do. You, you might as well just tell the honest truth." Your move, Selena.
Round two! TLC is not impressed with Rihanna's decision to post a naked photo of the girl group on Twitter. "Come to us directly," T-Boz tells Yahoo! Music. "Talk to us. Don’t start a Twitter war and all that kind of stuff. That’s silly... We're grown woman." RiRi changed her Twitter header photo to one of TLC topless after they allegedly slammed her in an Australian interview for always being naked. TLC says that they never once mentioned Rihanna's name and that their comments were taken out of context. As for their naked pic, T-Boz says, "One picture in 22 years of our whole career... and it was for breast cancer awareness."
During their appearance on last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels joined Jimmy Fallon to present a Canadian soap opera called Jacob's Patience. The bizarre premise: Carrey and Daniels work at a burger joint but have mannequin arms instead of their real ones. (To be fair, that's relatively tame compared to most soap opera plot lines.) Meanwhile, the actors also unveiled the trailer to their highly anticipated movie Dumb and Dumber To.
Sigourney Weaver will return to play a new character in the three upcoming Avatar films, NME reports. Confirming Weaver’s involvement, director James Cameron said, "Sigourney and I have a long creative history, dating back to 1985 when we made Aliens. We're good friends who've always worked well together, so it just feels right that she's coming back for the Avatar sequels." Weaver previously played Dr. Grace Augustine, who died in the 2009 film. She will come back as a new character in the next three films, the first of which is due for release in 2016.
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