Uh-oh: Selena Gomez threw a huge party on Tuesday night, where things got so loud and out of control that neighbors called the cops. "We responded to a call at Selena Gomez's residence around 10:30 p.m. last night regarding one loud music complaint," a spokesperson for the Lost Hills Police Department tells Us Weekly. "The people contacted were cooperative and turned the music down." The 21-year-old singer-actress seems unfazed by the incident. She posted a photo of her get-together on Instagram, along with the caption, "Tacos, live music and candles. Such a beautiful night with beautiful people."
Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield turned a photo opportunity into something more meaningful on Tuesday morning by holding notecards listing some organizations they support. According to Cosmopolitan, the couple were dining in New York when they noticed a group of paparazzi. As they left they held the notecards in front of their faces. Stone's read "Good Morning! We were eating and saw a group of guys with cameras outside. And so we thought…We don't need the attention, but these wonderful organizations do." Garfield’s notecard listed the websites for a number of charitable organizations.
Rhode Island police arrested three people outside Taylor Swift's beachfront home Sunday for accosting security guards, shouting expletives and throwing beer bottles. The trio, all local residents in their twenties, have since been charged with misdemeanor breach of peace, and were released on promises to appear in court. In the past year, authorities have made two trespassing arrests on the grounds of Swift's Westerly property.
In a candid new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson opens up about his battle with depression. "I didn't want to do a thing," the Hercules star, 42, said. "I didn't want to go anywhere. I was crying constantly. Eventually you reach a point where you are all cried out." The wrestler-turned-actor also reveals that he started working out as a way to battle his negative emotions. "It was about, 'What can I control with these two hands?' The only thing I could do was train and build my body," he explains. The successful men I knew were men who built their bodies."
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Last Comic Standing on NBC (Wanda Sykes and Amy Schumer mentor the comics before they perform in front of their largest audience yet)
Hell's Kitchen on Fox (Ramsay challenges the teams with creating entrees with the highest dollar values with ingredients purchased on a small budget; three previous winners judge individual contestant's entrees)
Here Comes Honey Boo Boo on TLC (June copes with an empty-nest when Anna and Kaitlyn move out. She works at the bakery leaving Sugar Bear to become the housewife)
Kate Plus 8: Sextuplets Turn 10 on TLC (Spread thin by the hectic schedules of her 8 chidren, Kate and the family try to plan a birthday spectacular for the sextuplets as they turn double digits)
The Fourth Annual Critics' Choice Television Awards on The CW (Honoring excellence in television; Cedric the Entertainer hosts)