Sure, the past days have been quite hard on Kristen Stewart, but it looks like she’s found a famous shoulder to lean on.
After K. Stew released a public apology to her boyfriend, Robert Pattinson, after news and photos surfaced about her “momentary indiscretion” with the married and father of two moviemaker Rubert Sanders, the actress seems to be out of ammo.
But fear not, Kristen! Here’s Lady Gaga to the rescue!
The singer, 26, after learning about the scandal, took to twitter to voice out her thoughts.
Geez this kirstew rob stuff is brutal. Makes me sad the way press acts.
The way the press acts, or the way Kristen acts? Oh well, at least we know that Lady Gaga’s on the Stewart side … or is she?
The battle is officially on between Lady Gaga and Carly Rae!
Justin Bieber’s protégé, 26, best known for her upbeat hit, “Call Me Maybe,” has officially surpassed Lady Gaga’s record in Billboard’s Hot 100. Jepsen’s contagious summer hit has been on top of the said charts for seven weeks, beating Gaga’s 2011 hit “Born This Way,” which stayed at No. 1 for six weeks.
Reacting to this, Gaga, also 26, took to twitter to (jokingly) warn the rookie singer.
@carlyraejepson (sic) I SEE you just swooped in and broke my BORN THIS WAY record of the most weeks at #1. DONT GET COMFORTABLE IM COMING FOR YOU
With Lady Gaga introducing her newest single at an NYC parking lot recently, it’d be a good idea if Carly Rae loads up with ammo.
Being a member of the social networking site for around 16 months, the Anger Management star, 46, is shutting down his account and posted a final tweet saying:
reach for the stars everyone. dogspeed cadre. c out.
Making an account in March 2011, Sheen gained more than 157,000 followers two hours after his first tweet. He had nearly eight million followers when he deactivated his account last Thursday midnight.
It can be remembered that Sheen signed up for an account a week after he was kicked out Two and a Half Men as a result of his off-screen misbehavior. He usually took it to Twitter when he needed to rant about his life and other things. However, he told Good Morning America that his priorities have changed from the time of his highly controversial meltdown at the Two and a Half Men set. The actor, who has two daughters with ex-wife Denise Richards, twin sons with Brooke Mueller, and an adult daughter, said:
[I want Comedy Central's Anger Management] to be maybe not my absolute swan song, but do this and then take a break [from acting] for a while to just be a full-time dad. At the end of the day, I think that’s the job that matters the most, the job of a father.
Awww. Well, the twitter community is surely gonna miss you.
American rapper 50 Cent recently landed in hot water after he tweeted some nasty statements regarding autism.
On his Twitter account, 50 cent said that he does not want kids with autism to follow him on Twitter. The parents of autistic kids around the world were justifiably upset about the tweet, and they responded that 50 Cent’s message hurt them and their children.
The rapper felt bad about the negative reactions to his tweet, and he has since apologized to everyone for what he said about autism. 50 Cent said that he had no intention of hurting anyone and that he is sorry that people were hurt by his tweet. This should be a moral lesson to all celebrities to think twice before tweeting potentially sensitive comments.
American singer/actress Jessica Simpson might have a hard time regaining her former weight after her pregnancy, but one thing is certain. Simpson dearly loves her baby daughter, Maxwell.
Simpson recently showed the world how proud she is of her daughter by tweeting a picture of her to all her fans. The beautiful celebrity gave birth to Maxwell, her daughter with her fiance, NFL star Eric Johnson, on May 1. After giving birth to Maxwell, Simpson is having a hard time slimming down in connection with the multi-million dollar contract she signed with Weight Watchers to lose weight.
Despite the hardships, Simpson is striving hard to regain her slim body for the sake of her family and fans.