Katy Perry did kiss a girl afterall. That girl is none other than Miley Cyrus and it happened on Miley's 'Bangerz Tour' over the weekend in Los Angeles. Reminiscent of the Madonna/ Britney VMA liplock in 2003, Perry staged a kiss with Cyrus in front of cameras during Miley's latest single "Adore You". However, what cameras also caught was Perry pulling away from a more heated make out attempt made by Miley. Perry later tweeted “I adore you @MileyCyrus” including a photo of Perry wiping her mouth after the kiss with Miley open mouthed in the background. Beat that, Liam Hemsworth.#AlwaysTrending
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Alec Baldwin has taken to New York Magazine with an essay to air his grievances and bid his farewell to the public eye and to New York. He begins his article by venting his frustration at being labeled by the media as "homophobic" and that any changes have not been on his part but on "public life" making it clear the victim that he has been made by paparazzi and namely Harvey Levin of TMZ. Regarding actors of Hollywood, Mr. Baldwin made it fairly clear that there is one actor making headlines lately that he too can make a dig at: Shia LaBeouf. "LaBeouf seems to carry with him, to put it mildly, a jailhouse mentality wherever he goes," Baldwin began. "You could tell right away he loves to argue. And one day attacked me in front of everyone," he continued. From Harvey Levin, to paparazzi, to Shia LaBeouf, down to MSNBC, Alec Baldwin makes it clear that he feels he's been attacked and victimized. Whatever Hollywood and the media will do with itself now that he no longer wants attention, remains to be seen.
Sam Worthington, best known for his starring role in Avatar, was arrested over the weekend for physically assaulting a photographer who reportedly kicked Sam's girlfriend, Lara Bingle. New York police say Worthington and his girlfriend were leaving a bar in Greenwich Village when paparazzi began harassing Worthington's girlfriend. Worthington then allegedly punched the photographer in the face. Sam was later charged with assault and released. He is to appear in court at a later date. The photographer who Sam is said to have assaulted was also arrested and booked for assault and harassment of Ms. Bingle.
UPDATE, February 25th 8:58 AM: It seems that the group that was protesting the Biebs was actually a fake organization made up by an Atlanta morning radio show. CNN reports that radio personality Tim Andrews played the role of Harold White, an angry retiree who gave interviews to multiple news organizations.
Justin Bieber has a new audience to add to his laundry list of haters. Residents of an Atlanta suburb are saying no to the idea of Biebs moving in next door. The Buckhead community is protesting Bieber’s interest in moving into the community after the pop artist was seen looking at a houses in the area. The Buckhead Neighborhood Coalition went as far as putting together a Facebook event for a protest they titled "Protest Justin Bieber Moving to Buckhead." The event description stated, "As a community here in Buckhead, we have worked hard to achieve our goals and to get where we are. Justin Bieber's relocation to Atlanta can be nothing but bad for our children as well as the community." For all his haters Justin Bieber responded over the weekend with his new track titled "Broken" via Twitter. With the support of Blake Kelley, Justin's message is, "I cannot be broken… way too strong for that." You tell 'em, Biebs.