Don’t mess with the Lohan.
Justin Bieber wrote a long message on Instagram complaining about all the negative press he’s been getting, saying he’s a really good person and bragging about his success. He ended it with this . . . quote, “And to those comparing me to Lindsay Lohan, look at her 2012 tax statements ;)” He quickly deleted that part of the post. Sources say Lindsay has already heard about this, and is NOT cool with it.
Katy Perry is ready to write her life story. The singer has signed a $3.2 million deal to pen her autobiography, reportedly to be titled Part of Me
The 9-year-old daughter of Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards was reportedly bullied in school so badly last year, that they had to take her out . . . because the school wouldn’t do anything about it. So Charlie went on Twitter yesterday and asked his fans to deliver, quote, “a rotten egg, a roll of toilet paper or some dog [crap]” to the school. The school has added extra security, but they say they handled the issue appropriately last year.
“Forbes” has named Oprah the most influential celebrity for the second year in a row. Apparently, OWN is starting to catch on, thanks in part to some big “gets”, like her interview with Lance Armstrong. She’s followed by Steven Spielberg, Martin Scorcese, Ron Howard and George Lucas.
The Halle Berry thriller “The Call” goes up against the Steve Carell movie “The Incredible Burt Wonderstone” this weekend.
A TV “data group” is putting out a list of The 50 Shows That Changed TV. They have one for each year from 1963 to 2012 . . . but for now, they’ve only released the ones from the ’60s and ’70s. It includes: “Jeopardy”, “Star Trek”, “Sesame Street”,“Wheel of Fortune” and “Dallas”.
Ed Sheeran had his first night opening up for Taylor Swift on Wednesday night, and he made it memorable . . . by slipping and falling pretty hard onstage.