Chris Brown is set to perform on "Dancing With the Stars" tonight, just one week after his off-camera outburst at "Good Morning America."
As we all know by now, Brown stormily departed the set after anchor Robin Roberts questioned him about his 2009 assault case involving Rihanna, and a window in his dressing room was found smashed.
While some fans aren't happy that the star is appearing on the family friendly show, the show's host, Tom Bergeron, doesn't sound eager to talk to Brown either.
Pop sensation Justin Bieber just turned 17, but some of us apparently don't see a bright future for the young star.
A new 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll asked, "How do you envision Justin Bieber at the age of 30?" and 30 percent of Americans said they think he'll be in "celebrity rehab."
Before the Beliebers get too mad, there's also the 13 percent who predict that he'll still be playing packed stadiums, while another 18 percent think the Biebs will be married and living quietly.
As the cast of "Jersey Shore" gets ready to head over to Italy for season four, the New York Post reports that some Italians aren't thrilled with MTV's hottest reality show.
Roberto Del Bove, columnist for Rome's New Notzie newspaper, said the show "embodies the worst stereotypes of Italians, multiplied by thousands and Americanized," according to the Post. "Slicked hair, exaggerated narcissism, boundless love for the family and outlandish eccentricity" is how the cast was reportedly described in Rome's newspaper Corriere della Sera.
But the show wasn't exactly met with open arms when it first premiered in 2009 either, even prompting advertisers to remove their spots from the program. Since then, however, the ratings have soared.
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