Justin Bieber's attorney filed paperwork yesterday in which the pop star pled not guilty to charges of DUI, resisting arrest and driving with an expired license in Florida. Bieber's legal troubles didn't end there -- last night he turned himself in to a Toronto police station to face an assault charge stemming from an encounter with a limo driver in December. Bieber's entourage reportedly attacked the driver, and Bieber himself was charged with one count of assault last night for allegedly hitting the man in the back of the head repeatedly. The 19-year-old was met with a crowd of photographers and screaming fans in Toronto last night, and about a dozen police officers were required to escort him into the police station. He is due back in court on March 10.
Wiz Khalifa apparently wasn't very impressed by Taylor Swift's headbanging piano performance at the Grammys on Sunday. During an appearance on E!'s Fashion Police, host Joan Rivers complimented the rapper's flashy watch and asked, "How many times did you check that watch during Taylor Swift's endless ballad?" Khalifa's wife Amber Rose said, "We love Taylor," but he wasn't inclined to be so polite. "I love Taylor, but I'm not even gonna lie, I fell asleep," he said. "Just a little bit... then I woke back up."
In the new music video for "Ain't It Fun," Paramore attempted to set the world record for breaking the most world records in a music video. The resulting clip shows Hayley Williams, Jeremy Davis and Taylor York accomplishing 10 silly world records, including: fastest time to smash 30 clocks with guitars, most feathers caught in 30 seconds, most vinyl records smashed in one minute, and fastest time to run backwards holding stuffed animals while blindfolded for 30 feet. Williams should get extra points for lip-synching the song during all of the attempts.
PRIME TIME TV
The Big Bang Theory on CBS (Unable to get Comic-Con tickets, Sheldon tries to hold his own convention and ends up spending a wild evening with James Earl Jones; the ladies try to act maturely)
The Crazy Ones on CBS (Andrew and Zach try to help Simon get his groove back following a creativity contest defeat; Sydney fears her new attachment to a cat will interfere with human relationships)
Two and a Half Men on CBS (Marty Pepper (Carl Reiner) proposes to Evelyn; Alan and Walden plan a bachelor party for Marty)
Community on NBC (As Annie prepares the cafeteria for the midterm dance, she and professor Hickey must deal with the head custodian, the head of IT and the head of parking)
Saturday Night Live Presents a SNL Sports Spectacular on NBC (Fan favorite sports-themed sketches; Seth Meyers hosts)
American Idol on Fox (Hopefuls audition in Omaha, Neb)
The Vampire Diaries on The CW (Damon receives a grisly gift from Enzo; Matt throws an impromptu party; Caroline makes a confession to Elena)
Anger Management on FX (Charlie gets Jordan to pose as his prison patient's fiance)
Project Runway: Under the Gunn on Lifetime (The designers and mentors take a Hollywood bus tour; the designers must create a red carpet look for a celebrity; Nick finds himself in big trouble)
iMPACT Wrestling on Spike (From Scotland; World Tag Team Champions The Bro Mans against Eric Young and The Monster Abyss)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (Earning money for a pool; Jessica has to settle for a group date with her boyfriend and the whole family. Time to consider moving; a new house wish-list; summer fun at the Blueberry Festival; a pie-eating contest)
LATE NIGHT TV
David Letterman: Dr. Phil McGraw, Dum Dum Girls
Jay Leno: Miley Cyrus, Howie Mandel, Sarah McLachlan
Jimmy Kimmel: Zac Efron, Alison Brie, Sara Bareilles
Craig Ferguson: Max Greenfield, ZZ Ward
Jimmy Fallon: Melissa McCarthy, David Crosby
Carson Daly: Liz Meriweather, K. Flay, "Friday Night Tykes"
Daily Show: Rep. Nancy Pelosi
Colbert Report: Drew Brees
Chelsea Lately: Vanessa Hudgens, John Caparulo, Fortune Feimster, Julian McCullough
Conan O'Brien: Gen. Ray Odierno, Bill Burr
Arsenio Hall: Steve "Stone Cold" Austin, Lamorne Morris