The circus that is Justin Bieber's life never seems to stop. The pop star is being accused of assaulting DJ Michael Woods' tour manager during a night out at a South Korean club this weekend. According to Woods, Bieber and his entourage approached the DJ booth and demanded to hear more hip-hop. As Woods claims via Twitter, "When I told @justinbieber to f-ck off and put some clothes on he took a cheap shot at my tour manager and fled behind a wall of security." The party's host, Ben Baller, has a different version of the story. While he admits that things got heated, he claims that no punches were thrown.
British actor Charlie Hunnam has dropped out of the film adaptation of E. L. James’s best-selling novel Fifty Shades of Grey because of a "scheduling conflict." (Translation: He was annoyed by the droves of women responding to the casting decision as if he were Danny DeVito.) Hunnam had been set to play the wealthy entrepreneur Christian Grey in September alongside Dakota Johnson, who is to play Anastasia Steele. A statement released by Universal Pictures insists that the Sons of Anarchy star's busy schedule would not allow him to "adequately prepare for the role of Christian Grey." Sure...
She's already racked up several Grammy awards and even an Oscar. Now Adele has achieved yet another milestone: she passed her driving test. The 25-year-old singer revealed the news via Twitter on Friday. "I passed my driving test this morning!!!" she wrote. When she's not behind the wheel, Adele is busy recording her next album, which is mainly inspired by her 11-month-old son Angelo. One of her collaborators, One Republic frontman Ryan Tedder, told the Herald Sun earlier this month, "Adele sounds even better than before... I would press pause on my entire life if it meant I could go into the studio for a month straight with her."
An amazing comedy news, Step Brothers co-stars Will Ferrell and John C. Reilly will be reuniting to star in a new comedy. Devil's Night will tell the story of Leonard and Gabe, two childhood friends who start a neighborhood tradition of wreaking havoc the night before Halloween and reunited fifteen years later to try to protect the 'hood from total wreckage. The film will be produced by Gary Sanchez Productions, Ferrell's production company with comedy director Adam McKay. Here's hoping a Step Brothers sequel will follow.
PRIME TIME TV
Dancing With the Stars on ABC (The celebrities dance to songs they feel represent moments in their lives; Aloe Blacc performs; elimination)
How I Met Your Mother on CBS (Lily helps Barney when he must pick a side in a fight between his mother and Robin; Marshall and Ted get into an argument over wedding gifts and thank-you notes)
The Voice on NBC (The battle rounds begin; advisers Cher, Ed Sheeran, Miguel and Ryan Tedder help the coaches decide which artists to keep)
Bones on Fox (The team investigates the murder of a high school principal who was dying of cancer; Brennan and Booth plan their wedding; a virtual profiling system threatens Sweets' job)
Sleepy Hollow on Fox (When an unidentified boy is found in town, Ichabod and Abbie learn something disturbing is going on.)
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