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He has proven himself in the acting world, the publishing world and, oh yes, the music world.
But Justin Bieber continues to impress, conquering yet another discipline this week by officially graduating from high school.
“I just finished,” Bieber tells Great Britain’s The Daily Telegraph. “I passed my test — I’m free! It was hard doing school and work every day.”
Why would a 19-year old millionaire even need his high school diploma?
“That was something my mom really wanted me to do, so I had to do it for her,” he said. “I mean, this kind of lifestyle has given me a different perspectiveMore >
Lydia Hearst has landed her dream role, assuming this aspiring actress has fantasized about drugs, denial, promiscuity and multiple court dates.
In the upcoming movie Dogs in Pocketbooks, the publishing company heiress will portray “a bratty movie goddess in and out of rehab, in trouble with the law, and hounded by greedy agents, predatory paparazzi, off-the-wall stalkers and crazed media,” according to screenwriter Charles Casillo.
Sound familiar? Casillo freely admits this role is “based on Lindsay Lohan.”
What qualifies Hearst to take on Lindsay? Well… she’s posed naked for GQ, spentMore >
Kim Zolciak once dated a man known as Big Poppa.
She then had a fling with a female DJ named Tracy Young and is now having a baby with a 24-year old defensive lineman named Kroy Bierman.
In other words: who else would you wanna take relationship advice from?!?
We ask because Farrah Gray Publishing has confirmed that it’s signed a deal with Kim to pen a book about love and dating. Says founder Dr. Farrah Gray:
“I’m thrilled to have Kim apart of my publishing house, her upcoming book is sure to wow fans everywhere. She is sassy, smart and sophisticated.”
Up next, we assume the company willMore >
Men At Work forced to pay royalties on 80s hit song ‘Down Under’ on questionable copyright complaint
(HMG) – A judge has ordered Men At Work to hand over some of the royalties collected from their smash hit single Down Under, after earlier ruling they had plagiarized a children’s song. “Down Under” which celebrates Australia as a land where beer flows and “women glow,” topped the charts in the U.S. and U.K., in 1983, the year the band won the Grammy for Best New Artist.
A judge ruled that a distinctive flute riff of the song was found to have been taken from the 70 year old song Kookaburra Sits In The Old Gumtree. Men At Work songwriter and lead singer Colin Hay told the court thatMore >