The Biebs egged in concert! Now this is a pretty rotten example of Australian hospitality. Teen crooner Justin Bieber was pelted with some belated remnants of the Easter Bunny during a performance on stage in Sydney, Australia on Friday night. The “Baby” superstar was performing at the city’s Acer Arena — filled to capacity with thousands of screaming young fans — when somebody (or somebodies) launched a half dozen eggs at the front of the venue, only narrowly missing Bieber’s famous coif.
Just in case you haven’t heard, The Carey-Cannon Buns have come out of the oven. Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon celebrated their fourth wedding anniversary Saturday (Has it been that long already?!) by becoming parents to a baby girl and boy today. The stiletto-lovin’ songbird a new mom just in time for Mothers’ Day.
Guess that means we’ve seen our last topless “Nick and Mariah Posin’ Nude with Belly Bump” magazine cover?
It’s been over a week since we took a look at some more women of Facebook, and this week we have some great submissions. Enjoy.
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Is it too soon to count David Letterman out of contention for the next season of Celebrity Apprentice?
Prince Harry and Pippa Middleton: A couple? Oh yes, please, Royal Gawkers cry.
A Facebook group suggesting Prince Harry get together with Pippa Middleton, the younger sister of his new sister-in-law, Kate, had already attracted over 37,000 likes from fans just hours after yesterday’s Royal Wedding in London. Many of the billions who sat glued to their television screens as Pippa’s sister Kate married Harry’s brother William at Westminster Abbey Friday were downright smitten with how in sync the Best Man and Maid of Honor seemed as they walked down the aisle behind the newlyweds, smiling arm-in-arm.
Soap opera icon Susan Lucci ventured over to the City of Angels on Friday night for chat with The Tonight Show’s Jay Leno. It was the petite sixtysomething’s first interview since ABC bosses pulled the plug on All My Children earlier this month. The daytime drama that turned Pine Valley’s Erica Kane into a sudster legend has been cancelled after 40 years and Lucci says she was downright gobsmacked when the network brought down the axe, citing company budget cuts.