By the way...Bieb laid a big ole kiss on a fan he was serenading onstage in Australia...CLICK HERE to see it!
First, Tom Cruise likened his job to soldiers….now Kanye West says his life as a rapper is dangerous, like being at war or working as a police officer. He made the comparisons during an interview over the weekend. In a video clip, West talks about how he risking his life during concerts, citing a high mountain set piece as an example of how it could all go wrong for him. "That mountain goes really, really high and if I slipped...you never know. And I think about it and I think about my family and I'm like...this is like being a police officer or something, or war. You're literally going out to do your job everyday knowing that something could happen."
An argument between Shia LaBeouf and a man at a bar apparently took a turn for the worse when LaBeouf was overheard saying "I can get you killed." LaBeouf reportedly upset a female fan that approached him at the restaurant and then exchanged a few heated words with the woman's boyfriend when he came to defend her. "Shia went for this guy after he upset his girlfriend," a source claims. "It was shocking. He looked out of control." After the heated row, LaBeouf was escorted out of the establishment by staff. Oh yeah, and he got punched and kicked in the unmentionables trying to film a woman throwing in the street in London.
Fast and Furious 6 is out on DVD today…and Universal Pictures announced that a portion of the proceeds of DVD and Blu-Ray sales will go to Paul Walker’s charity, Reach Out WorldWide. The chairman of the studio said, “We keep Paul’s memory alive and honor his legacy through continued support of (Reach Out WorldWide), the non-profit he founded to give hope to those who must rebuild after they have experienced natural disasters.” TMZ.com found an old interview of Paul talking about his dream car. Sadly, it was the car that he was in when he lost his life....
NBC is ignoring the haters…and planning another live musical because of the success of The Sound of Music.
MTV has declared 2013 the year of Miley Cyrus. The network has put the twerking pop star at number one on its annual list of the Best Artists of the Year. The list on MTV.com refers to Miley as "the new Queen of Pop," saying she successfully "schooled and shocked" the world this year, all "on her own terms." The site adds that there was "a method to Miley's madness" as she dominated "the pop culture landscape." Macklemore & Ryan Lewis are the runners-up on this year's list, followed by Justin Timberlake, Kanye West and One Direction. Speaking of....
Miley Cyrus has become a contender for "Time's" Person of the Year. She joins N.S.A. Leaker Edward Snowden, Texas Senator Ted Cruz, Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, the Syrian and Iranian presidents, gay rights activist Edith Windsor, and Health and Human Services secretary Kathleen Sebelius. Being on the list also puts Miley on par with people like President Obama and Pope Francis. The annual "Person of the Year" is given to an individual who influenced the news for better or worse.
Lady Gaga and Britney Spears are exciting their respective fan bases with the possibility of a collaboration. After Britney's weekend Twitter Q&A, in which she said that a Gaga duet would be "fun," the Mother Monster took notice and responded. According to "Digital Spy," Gaga tweeted Britney directly saying simply "let's do this" and "it's time."
Speaking of Britney, she says she does have some regrets about her career - starting with "Chaotic," the short-lived reality series she filmed with now ex-husband Kevin Federline. In an interview with U.K.'s "Telegraph," Britney admits that the show was "probably the worst thing" she's ever done. "Chaotic" lasted for five episodes in 2005 shortly after Britney and Kevin tied the knot. Now, she calls the show "really bad" and assures fans that she "would never do something like that again."
Forbes has released their list of Hollywood's most-overpaid actors.
1. Adam Sandler ... his films earn $3.40 for every dollar he is paid
2. Katherine Heigl .. her films earn $3.50 for every dollar she is paid
3. Reese Witherspoon ... her films earn $3.90 for every dollar she is paid
4. Nicholas Cage ... his films earn $6 for every dollar he is paid
5. Kevin James ... his films earn $6.10 for every dollar he is paid
The NY Post claims Jimmy Fallon was recently doing a comedy show in L.A. when he brought Jay Leno out on stage. He said, “This next guy is old. Really old. But he’s funny and could have a future . . . Please welcome Jay Leno.”MovieMistakes.com claims 'Now You See Me' had more mistakes than any other film in 2013. The film had 80 errors while 'The Great Gatsby' finished second with 46 mistakes