He’s finally 18 and he’s ready to ROCK YOUR WORLD. Comrades, we know you’ve been waiting for this day: Justin Bieber finally has a sex doll. Named Just-In Beaver. Who has waited “18 years to stick his lil dicky in something sticky”.
Excuse us while we THROW UP OUR BREAKFAST.
Thanks to Hurricane Vanessa for bringing it to our attention.
This is why you’re not supposed to fall for the good looking bloke a few desks down from you in the open plan office.Because no matter how it works out, you could be forced to go to very awkward joint meetings together down the track.
And if you’re Hollywood’s ‘most troubled couple’, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart? Then that meeting comes complete with a press conference, intimate interview with someone you’ve never met before and several million sets of eyes and ears paying attention.
The famous couple have been interviewed together for the first time since Kristen’s cheating scandal broke earlier in the year. The pair are doing joint promotion for the final installment of the Twilight movie series, and sat together to chat to MTV news:
Opinions are divided on whether their lovey-dovey behaviour is genuine, or the work of a PR stunt. Your thoughts? We’re leaning towards “genuine” but that might come from watching too many episodes of Oprah. Go here to read more about the interview.
“She needs an awful lot of care and attention, shall we say. While minor scratches and abrasions are common across all the 70-plus mannequins, Delta needs the most TLC from staff. She’s quite famous for her eyelashes and her heavy mascara look so people like to tug out her eyelashes quite often.”
Real Life Delta has fared little better, with the singer forced to bow out of her Sydney concert halfway through, after suffering nasty burns on a steam machine backstage. Delta apologised to the audience, saying “I’m really sorry, I can’t do this. I feel like I’m going to faint.”
In a statement, she said: “Unfortunately the pain and effects from treating the burns got greater and greater as the night progressed and ultimately there came a point that I could not continue performing. I want everyone to know that I am recovering well and will be in fine form for my forthcoming Melbourne shows next week. Thank you again for your support and understanding.”
Ouch. Stay away from steam machines, Delta!
Recently re-formed 90’s band No Doubt released their latest music video over the weekend. Sadly, their comeback has not gotten off to a very good start, considering that they had to pull the video less than a day later.
The video features lead singer Gwen Stefani and her bandmates dancing around teepees and wearing headdresses, and hasattracted criticism that it was offensive to Native Americans.
The band apologised to their fans in a statement, saying: “As a multi-racial band our foundation is built upon both diversity and consideration for other cultures. Our intention with our new video was never to offend, hurt or trivialize Native American people, their culture or their history.”