By now, you may have heard about Tuesday's season finale of "The Biggest Loser". The woman who won, Rachel Frederickson, lost 155 pounds, which was nearly 60% of her original weight, and a new record for the show. The problem is: At 5-foot-4 and 105 pounds, she looked way too skinny, to the point where some people think she could now have an eating disorder. For the record, she says she did it the right way: With five small meals a day of "super healthy" food, capping her calories at 1,600 per day, and working out "a ton."
Selena Gomez spent two weeks in rehab last month. Her rep says she went voluntarily, but "not for substance abuse." There's no word what she did go for, but there's talk that Justin Bieber was a bad influence, and that she was "partying very hard" with alcohol and prescription drugs. Speaking of Justin, we told you that his plane was detained super bowl weekend and reports are now saying he harrassed a flight attendant, was "extremely abusive verbally" and wouldn't quit smoking pot, to the point where the pilots had to put on oxygen masks so they wouldn't breathe-in the thick cloud of marijuana in the air.
Former "American Idol" star Clay Aiken is running for a North Carolina seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. But the incumbent, Republican Renee Ellmers, isn't worried. She joked, "As we know, he doesn't always fare all that well. He was the runner-up."