On the "Today" show yesterday, Chris Brown said he "absolutely" would never be responsible for another incident like the beating he gave Rihanna four years ago. He added, "I did my 52 weeks of counseling and learned that it was absolutely wrong."
21 year-old Shain Gandee, star of MTV reality show "Buckwild," was found dead in West Virginia yesterday along with his uncle and a family friend. Gandee was discovered in a vehicle with David Gandee and Robert Myers by a passerby on a four-wheeler. The Gandee men were reported missing Sunday after having been last seen at a bar. They told people they planned to go four-wheeling in an SUV, and family members hadn't heard from them since and were unable to reach them. Sources connected with the investigation say carbon monoxide poisoning is the likely scenario, especially if the exhaust pipe was submerged in mud. MTV issued a statement, but hasn't commented on the future of the show.
Don't count Justin Bieber out on April Fools' Day. He wrote on Twitter, "As promised taking all fan phone calls today at 888-847-9869. Talk to u soon!" But to the dismay of his 36.9 million-plus followers, callers were met with the TMZ tip line instead of Bieber's dreamy voice. He eventually removed the tweet but left it up long enough for fans to take snapshots and distribute through the Internet. Since the number is toll-free, TMZ will be footing the bill for all the Beliebers that dial in, which could ultimately make for a very expensive prank. Other celebrity pranks include Lindsay Lohan Tweeting late last night that she's pregnant, Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher also claimed they were expecting a baby and Snooki and Jionni said they got married and even posted a picture. Mike Tyson also said he was removing his face tattoo.
Robin Thicke's new video "Blurred Lines" is too racy for YouTube, because it's been banned from the site. A rep for YouTube hasn't commented. The video features topless models, hanging out with Robin, T.I. and Pharrell.