Chris Brown, who’s facing assault charges in connection with an October incident in Washington D.C. was back in court yesterday for a hearing. Prosecutors argued that Brown is a “danger to society” and should be locked up immediately. Defense claims he’s cleaned up his act and you can tell just by looking at him. Brown avoided jail time. Judge ruled he should complete his rehab program.
On The Bachelor last night, Claire sneaks out and takes Juan Pablo into the ocean. Later, he reprimands her, saying it wasn’t fair to the other girls and he was afraid his daughter would see it. At the end of the night, Danielle, Kelly and Alli were all eliminated.
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Phillip Seymour Hoffman had a MAJOR drug problem. This according to Perez Hilton. The site says, “He was what we call a heavy ‘red liner.’ That means he liked to shoot heroin with a needle but he also sniffed it daily..And he was majorly hooked on Oxy too.” TMZ claims he had 65 bags of heroin in his apartment at the time of his death. And, word is it was laced with Fentynl, which is said to be 100 times more powerful than morphine.
Bruno Mars’ Super Bowl halftime show was the most watched ever with 115.3 million viewers. Billboard claims sales of his latest CD will jump by 164% because of the performance.
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Katy Perry is the first celebrity to reach 50 million Twitter followers.
Ke$ha’s music producer Dr. Luke is in serious danger, according to the LAPD, after some of her fans went crazy blaming Luke for her eating disorder. LAPD’s Threat Management Unit filed legal documents, asking for a search warrant to hunt down the identity of people who are threatening Luke’s life on Twitter.
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Lady Gaga recently attended Britney Spears’ Las Vegas show. She Tweeted, “And Britney’s dad gave us homemade BBQ, it was one of the best things I’ve ever eatin’ in my LIFE.”
NOW magazine claims Kim and Kanye are trying to hash out a prenup. They both have high powered attorneys and are expected to keep their respective fortunes but share equally what they’ll earn during their married life.