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Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 17 hrs ago
Remember when the world first caught Bieber fever? Some Canadian 14-year-old named Justin Bieber, with an angelic voice and a full head of hair — which would soon be styled in his famous swoopy 'do — entered the scene in 2007, after his YouTube videos went viral.
Millions of records sales; a high-profile romance with Selena Gomez; legal troubles (thanks to egg pranks and car races); a lot of tattoos; and some wacky outfits later, Bieber is still doing his thing. Although, now he's usually shirtless and wearing facial hair.
As the crooner turns 21 on March 1, check out this GIF that shows Bieber's transformation from cutie-pie teen to swaggy, car-lovin' grown man, in seconds.
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 3 days ago
Everything seems to be cool again with Kelly Osbourne and Giuliana Rancic.
The Fashion Police co-hosts had always been friendly while filming their show, but Osbourne was none too pleased with Rancic earlier this week. In fact, Rancic upset a lot of people when she commented on the show's Oscar special that actress-singer Zendaya's dreadlocked hair made Rancic think Zendaya smelled of patchouli oil and weed.
Osbourne tweeted Tuesday that she was "seriously questioning" continuing on the show. But after Zendaya graciously accepted the apology Rancic issued on E! News Tuesday, Osbourne forgave, too.
It takes a strong women to apologize & makes a forgiving women even stronger! #ThisTooShallPass
That's quite a change from Osbourne's tweet one day earlier.
Osbourne was undoubtedly inspired by Zendaya's kind response to Rancic's apology.
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 4 days ago
While Zendaya is ready to move past the comments Giuliana Rancic made about the actress's hair, other commentators aren't letting the Fashion Police panelist off the hook so easily.
The 18-year-old Disney star had been quiet as backlash mounted over Rancic's remark on Fashion Police saying Zendaya's dreadlocks at the Oscars suggested the 18-year-old "smells like patchouli oil... or weed." But the teen returned to social media Wednesday with an eloquent statement on her Instagram. In it, she accepted the apology Rancic issued during E! News on Tuesday and quoted Martin Luther King Jr.
Co-host Nicolle Wallace added: "If you have to carry on a show in her tragic absence, you have to understand that you are not Joan. You don't get to say this stuff and get away with it."
you guys do realize that @Zendaya is my friend right?
Giuliana Rancic Apologizes for Zendaya Hair Remark; Kelly Osbourne 'Questioning' Her 'Fashion Police' GigRaechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 5 days ago
The Fashion Police are getting rapped by the P.C. Police. Giuliana Rancic issued an on-air apology after facing mounting backlash over comments about Zendaya's hair on Monday night's Fashion Police special episode. And some of that criticism was being leveled by one of the show's own.
Rancic took time out of the beginning of Tuesday's E! News telecast to address the controversy, saying it was "weighing very heavy on my heart," adding "I want to apologize for a comment I made on last night's Fashion Police about Zendaya's hair."
The TV personality made a joke about the dreadlocks sported by the 18-year-old actress at the Oscars. "I feel that she smells like patchouli oil... or weed. Yeah, maybe weed." The crowd in the studio laughed, but Zendaya, whose father is black, and plenty of others were offended. Rancic's Fashion Police mate Kelly Osbourne went as far as tweeting that she is reconsidering her part in the show.
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 5 days ago
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But in a new interview, the actress admits that their post-split relationship has not been — wait for it — all rainbows and unicorns. "On occasion, I want to throttle him," she told More magazine. "But in any real relationship with someone you love, that's true."
Indeed. It's especially understandable considering the ups and downs that Leoni, 48, and Duchovny, 54, have experienced publicly. After marrying in 1997, they split for a time in 2007; then, in 2008, he entered rehab for sex addiction. But they reunited until their latest breakup in 2011.
Leoni has now been romantically linked to her Madam Secretary co-star Tim Daly, but she wouldn't confirm or deny, and vowed to "never speak again" about her personal life.
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 6 days ago
Chris Brown has something to say about the idea of his ex-girlfriend Rihanna cozying up to actor Leonardo DiCaprio.
When Brown, 25, was asked about the rumored romance between his former flame and the A-lister on New York radio station Hot 97, the R&B star didn't get awkward at all. Instead, he laughed good-naturedly. "Ain't nowhere else you could've went though," he said. "High five. You had to go up, and that's the upper, upper echelon. I'm not even a hater. I'll give you a slap on the back, booty, everything... 'Hey, do your thing. Good game.'"
Brown added, "In that situation, I just tip my hat. I'm not a hater. I'm not envious. I don't feel jealous... I'm like, do your thing. I can't have it all, brotha. I can't have it all." Brown has dated Karrueche Tran — whom he called "K" in the interview — off and on for more than three years.
Here's the full interview:
Raechal Leone Shewfelt at Yahoo Celebrity 25 days ago
Model Hannah Davis, 24, graces the newly unveiled cover of this year's Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue as first revealed on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. The cover shot — snapped by photographer Ben Watts — features Davis in a barely-there bikini as she poses at Blackberry Farm in Walland, Tennessee.
Related: See Video of Hannah Davis on SI.com
Hannah, a native of St. Thomas, Virgin Islands, has been featured in the sexy issue for the past two years, but this is her first time appearing on the cover. "I am both shocked and excited to be this year's cover model," the beauty told the mag. "This has been a lifelong dream of mine and I feel so blessed to have this opportunity!"
There are certain things you need to be a swaggy singer in 2015. Yeah, you need Selena Gomez in your life, and yeah, you need to know your way around a camera phone, but you also need a sweet ride.
Austin Mahone — who's obviously modeled himself after the guy who at least thinks he's the Master of Swag, Justin Bieber — decided it was time to give his Range Rover a makeover. In case you didn't know, Mahone likes a vehicle that really stands out. Remember when he was rolling around in this garish red-and-black ride?
Well, on Monday, the 18-year-old crooner debuted a flashy new black-and-white car wrap designed by one of his fans.
The new outfit for his vehicle will ensure that Mahone is riding in style as he inevitably takes the next step in becoming Bieber and racing up and down his neighborhood streets.
New photos of Justin Bieber and Kendall Jenner kinda sorta prove that the inevitable has finally happened: Justin and Kendall are dating! Maybe. Actually, the photos of them at his home in L.A. don't prove that at all, but there are several reasons why the 20-year-old singer and the model, 19, should at least consider becoming a couple, if they aren't already. (Bieber was spotted lunching with Kendall's friend Hailey Baldwin on Tuesday.) But he and Kendall have so much in common!
1. They both love taking pictures of themselves. Just put the two in a room with an iPhone, and they'll never get bored! They can even plan their dates at locations that offer the best backdrops. Can't one of them put their assistant on that asap?
And a romance made for Instagram.
Mark Wahlberg did some bad stuff when he was a kid, but at 43, he's more than made up for it as a philanthropist and a role model for others. Right?
As the actor and producer petitions Massachusetts to pardon him for a hate crime he committed when he was 16, back in 1988, one of his victims says the answer to that question is no.
"I don't think he should get a pardon," Kristyn Atwood told the Associated Press. "I don't really care who he is. It doesn't make him any exception. If you're a racist, you're always going to be a racist. And for him to want to erase it, I just think it's wrong."
Atwood, now 38, still has a scar from the incident.
"It was a hate crime," she said. "And that's exactly what should be on his record forever."
Atwood's former teacher, Mary Belamonte, feels differently, though.