Justin Bieber made headlines once again (thankfully not for egging houses or getting arrested this time, though) when his face was plastered on a Chicago billboard. The electronic billboard features a photo of Bieber sandwiched between an American and a Canadian hockey player that says “Loser keeps Bieber.” Man, the stakes for the Olympics are higher than I thought! READ FULL STORY
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Miley Cyrus has some advice for Justin Bieber: Stay home when you want to party!
Cyrus appeared on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno last night, and Leno asked her about Bieber’s recent legal troubles. Cyrus voiced what many people have thought: Doesn’t he have people he can pay to make sure he stays out of trouble? Barring that, “Party at your house. Buy a house, and add a club to it,” she said to audience cheers.
That must be what Cyrus is doing post-salvia scandal in 2010 (a simpler time!). Noting she’s seen compilations of celebrity mug shots online, she points out that for all the scandalous headlines she generates, “I don’t see a Miley mug shot yet!”
“I get the most flack of anybody,” she said. “I’m not doing anything illegal. I’m doing a lot of s—, but I’m not doing anything illegal. Everything I do is legal in California.”
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Sure, Justin Bieber may have endangered lives when he was drunk driving and drag racing in Miami. But he gave late night some great material last night, so for that, we can thank him. Jay Leno, Jimmy Kimmel, Jimmy Fallon, and Conan O’Brien all took the opportunity to rag on America’s favorite/least favorite 19-year-old, and here’s what they had to say: READ FULL STORY
There are five people you meet in heaven, six types of chemical reactions, seven deadly sins… and eight different ways you may react after seeing Justin Bieber’s toothy mugshot for the very first time. What are they — and what type of person is having each one? Let’s start counting: READ FULL STORY
“He went from being a kid on YouTube … to mooning fans on Twitter.” While the Justin Bieber movie Justin Bieber: Believe hits theaters Wednesday, as a little Christmas gift to you, we’re sharing the real story behind the Biebs crazy antics of 2013 — the Nicki Minaj dancing, the Eddie Murphy-esque leather shirt, the fast car-driving, and yes, the bucket incident — it’s all here.
And it’s Unbelieberable. Check out the trailer below:
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With his new movie Believe in theaters, is Justin Bieber teasing his devoted “Beliebers” with a possible retirement?
In a series of tweets written on Christmas Eve, the singer said that he is “officially retiring,” but that he is “never leaving” his fans and will be “here forever.” READ FULL STORY
It’s the time of year where accolades are piled on the big movers and shakers of 2013 — but it’s not just high points like Pope Francis and Breaking Bad that have held our attention. Cheezburger.com has asked users to vote on the biggest “fails” of the year, and the results? Well, they aren’t too surprising. Miley Cyrus can’t stop being on end-of-year lists, and she comes in at number two here. Kim Kardashian and Kanye West should probably rethink that “Bound 2″ video — the duo comes in at number four, which, let’s be real here, they should probably consider their best-case scenario in a poll like this.
As for the number one spot? The phrase “urinated in a restaurant mop bucket” comes to mind. Check out the top five “Fail” people, as well as five “Fail” events below, and head on over to Cheezburger.com for a full percentage breakdown. READ FULL STORY
If we sat all the millions of Tumblr users with their 150 million-plus blogs in one room and asked them to compile their list of this year’s top entertainers, it would look like this:
Fine, bad idea. Instead, the minds at Tumblr HQ compiled a 2013 Year in Review, listing the top reblogged names in each category, including actors, actresses, bands, and solo artists.
But we at EW HQ have a bone to pick with Tumblr users: Out of the 100 entertainers listed as the most popular, only three names match our list: Jennifer Lawrence, Miley Cyrus, and Macklemore. With that discovery, we figured we’d take a closer look and investigate the differences between our picks and those of Tumblr-ers. Below, our findings:
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