First he rocked Beliebers with his mature, shorter do, and now Justin Bieber is about to send fans into another frenzy. The 17-year-old says he is giving his razor a rest and wants to grow some whiskers.
"im not shaving for a month so you all can see my mustache," baby-faced Bieber tweeted on March 5. "im pumped."
But are fans going to be excited for a nearly bearded Bieber? Possibly.
The video for Kanye West's song "Monster" hasn't even been formally released and it's already courting controversy.
While there have been reports that MTV banned the video in light of complaints regarding its portrayal of women, the network says that hasn't happened.
In what appears to be an unfinished video for the song - which also features rappers Rick Ross, Jay-Z and Nicki Minaj - West is seen lounging with the bodies of lifeless women and holding the bloody, decapitated head of a woman. The video has been making its rounds on the Web for a few months.
It's official: Alec Baldwin is going from "30 Rock" to "Rock of Ages."
Director Adam Shankman has confirmed that Baldwin is the latest person on board for the big-screen adaptation of the popular Broadway musical.
"So, based on info I got today, I'm gonna confirm Alec Baldwin as Dennis in Rock Of Ages. Hollah," Shankman tweeted March 4.
Toccara Jones is no stranger to reality television, and she's now hoping the medium can help her find romance.
"I'm looking for love and obviously I haven't been doing the right things," the model and former contestant on "America's Next Model" told CNN. "If Donald Trump and TV One can help me out, then baby I am down for it."
Jones, who has also appeared on "Celebrity Fit Club," is coming back to the small screen as the star of season two of "The Ultimate Merger." The dating reality show, which is produced by Donald Trump, was popular on cable network TV One and starred former "Apprentice" contestant, Omarosa.
"House" has done some pretty unique episodes in its seven seasons, but Monday night's "House" is the first time the show has tackled not one, but five different genres.
It all takes place in multiple dream sequences throughout the hour, including a dance scene choreographed by former "So You Think You Can Dance" judge Mia Michaels.
"I was a fan of the show and had met Mia a couple of months prior to the scripting of the episode. I read that 'House and Cuddy sing and dance a version of "Get Happy,"' and I texted Mia to see if she would be available, and she was," said producer Greg Yaitanes – who also directed the episode – in a conference call with reporters. "The arrangement, the choreography and everything was happening simultaneously. Once they got the ball rolling, they started some pretty intense rehearsal sessions with Hugh [Laurie] and Lisa [Edelstein]."
According to a statement from Warner Bros. (which, like CNN, is owned by Time Warner) Charlie Sheen has been fired.
"After careful consideration, Warner Bros. Television has terminated Charlie Sheen’s services on "Two and a Half Men" effective immediately," the statement reads.
As far as the future of the show itself, a CBS spokesperson tells CNN, "No decision has been made."
Sheen has since responded with a statement to TMZ in which he calls the termination "very good news."
"They continue to be in breach, like so many whales," Sheen's statement reads. "It is a big day of gladness at the Sober Valley Lodge because now I can take all of their bazillions, never have to look at whatshis[expletive] again and I never have to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in the terrestrial dimension."
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