Justin Bieber is quite the romantic, fellas you may want to take some notes. After he and girlfriend Selena Gomez saw a Demi Lovato gig in L.A., they went to a movie, by themselves, AT THE STAPLE CENTER!! Justin rented out the STAPLES CENTER! You know, where the LAKERS PLAY!? They saw “Titanic.” Justin tweeted “Romance isn’t dead, treat your lady right fellas.” It also didn’t cost Justin a dime, they let him rent it out for free because he sold it out three times. It's the least they could do right?
More break ups in Hollywood to talk about. Taylor Lautner and Lily Collins split. It happened when Lily went to Canada to shoot “Snow White.” A source says, quote, “It was a clean break that Taylor initiated.” And we saw this one coming, Kat Von D and Jesse James broke up, AGAIN. Hopefully this time for good because they both just need to be single for a while if you ask me. As for why they broke up, Kat says, quote, “It was clear to me that we were just on two different paths in life.”
Lady Gaga paid tribute to Jamey Rodemeyer during her performance in Las Vegas on Saturday night. Jamey is the 14 year old Gaga fan who committed suicide last week after being bullied about his sexuality. She dedicated her song “Hair” to him saying, quote, “We lost a little monster this week and I wanted to dedicate this song to him tonight…Jamey, I know you’re up there looking on us, and you’re not a victim, you’re a lesson to all of us.”
An awesome group of celebrities are donating their time and talent to offer youth these days a wake up call, literally! The Get Schooled Foundation launched a campaign aimed at encouraging more students to get to school everyday. You can sign up to receive phone calls with prerecorded morning wake up messages from celebrities including Jesse McCartney, Nicki Minaj, Trey Songz and Wiz Khalifa. I'm trying to imagine what they would sound like, especially a Wiz Khalifa wake up call....LOL!
Betty White can add “rapper” to her list of talents. She recently dropped some vocals onto a remix of “I’m Still Hot” by Luciana, who’s a British techno artist. It’s now on iTunes and Betty did the track as a part of a partnership with The Lifeline Program. A large portion of the proceeds will benefit the Los Angeles Zoo.
You can hear the audio by clicking HERE.