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have said quite a few things in the press regarding their own wild behavior, but recently, the British boy band has made headlines for calling out the behavior of other pop stars. Most recently they let loose on Britney Spears
who, during a recent run-in at New York's Fresh 102.7, apparently forbid the young men from looking at her as she walked down the hallway.
"We signed a confidentiality thing that we should never say anything about what happened, but let's tell it anyway," said Tom Parker, who recently made waves for calling Christina Aguilera "a total b----."
"I was in the hallway with my tour manager," continued Siva Kaneswaran. "Basically we were looking with a laptop, trying to get Wi-Fi ... facing the middle of the hallway. [Britney's] bouncers came down with her and told us to face the wall."
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's year-old paternity controversy may have been forgotten by many ... but apparently, it's still weighing heavy on The Bieb's mind. This past Saturday (April 21) the singer dredged up the past on Twitter
when he addressed the woman who claimed he impregnated her, typing, "Dear mariah yeeter...we have never met...so from the heart i just wanted to say..."
The tweet was accompanied with a clip of Sacha Baron Cohen's Borat claiming, "You will never get this."
Today, however, Justin took things one step further when he revealed he'd written a song about Mariah Yeater, the woman who claimed he impregnated her backstage at a concert years ago. At a London press conference, the singer shared that he'd penned "a song about that whole situation with that girl who said she's having my baby -- Mariah Yeater."
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"Britain's Got Talent" star Susan Boyle
was given quite a scare on Saturday night (April 14) when her ex-gardener unexpectedly showed up at her doorstep, the Sun reports
. Boyle, 51, phoned the police after she discovered 22-year-old Allan White shouting at her through her mail slot. White had previously been fired over compensation disagreements.
In his defense White claims he was severely intoxicated. "I was quite drunk," he alleged. "I must have had about eight pints of lager and then I took 30 paracetamol."
"I didn't realize how many paracetamol I was taking," White continued. "I was in the house, then I saw the empty sachets and realized I'd taken too many. I felt really confused."
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, like all celebrities and public figures, must deal constantly with infringements upon her personal life. The Barbadian singer doesn't usually shy away from delicate topics, but she drew a line in the sand during one of her recent interviews.
In interview with a reporter from the Australian talk show "Sunrise
," during which she discussed her role in the upcoming movie "Battleship
," the singer abruptly terminated the Q&A when she felt the line of questioning had gone way too far.
At the start of the interview, Ri had no problem answering questions concerning the demands of both her movie and film career. "I don't see why I can't do both," she answered. "If I love both, then I'll do great at both. I love music, and after my first experience with movies, I can't wait to do more."
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The music world is buzzing about Justin Bieber
's more grown up persona. But despite all of his talk about fireside fondue, Bieber still nurses a proclivity to childhood pranks. According to two Texas residents, Bieber tricked millions of people into calling them on the phone.
Earlier this month the "Boyfriend
" singer tweeted a random Dallas area-code phone number with the accompanying text: "Call me right now." However, the number was missing the last digit, resulting in masses of teen girls guessing at the missing link. Apparently most of them guessed the same number because two Texans -- a great-grandmother named Dilcie Fleming and a man named Kent -- allege their phones have not stopped ringing.
Despite numerous attempts at explaining to young fans that they had reached a Texas extension, the calls kept flooding in. Fleming got so tired of the phone calls that she went so far as telling one young lady, "You just don't realize that he [Justin Bieber] has no interest in you what-so-ever," she explained
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As reported by Spinner RPM
, Madonna took the stage at Miami's Ultra festival
on Saturday night to introduce electronic dance music sensation Avicii
and asked the crowd
"How many people in this crowd have seen Molly?
" to which she received a raucous cheer from the crowd. No, Molly is not another DJ but a reference to MDMA, the active chemical in ecstasy
. So, translated, Madonna was asking how many of the thousands of attendees were rolling on E during the show.
She continued, "Are you ready for the next DJ, motherf---ers?" making her "cool-mom" schtick all the more painful. While the crowd responded with cheers, EDM star Deadmau5
(aka Joel Zimmerman) was less than pleased with Madonna's behavior.
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seems incapable of making anything but a smash hit, so it's only natural that she be subjected to a barrage of remix treatments. The latest comes from Fall Out Boy Pete Wentz
's new group Black Cards
, who take a spin with the Barbadian babe's newest single 'We Found Love
The Spinner RPM-premiered
remix fleshes out the track's already dubstep-y tendencies, outfitting it with bleeps and blorps and enough heavy rhythm to make this a surefire dance-floor winner.
Wentz and co. stretch out the song by about a minute, and in the opening moments replace Rihanna's voice with something that sounds a lot like the "Droid" phone voice (you know what we mean).
Rihanna's album 'Talk That Talk
' -- which contains the original, Calvin Harris-penned version -- will hit stores Nov. 21.