Bieber and Gomez no longer an item
Justin Bieber is no longer Selena Gomez’s boyfriend, a source has confirmed.
The split occurred last week, and distance and their busy schedules were a contributing factor.
Bieber, 18, is touring to promote his latest album; Gomez, 20, is filming a “Wizards of Waverly Place” reunion for Disney Channel that will air next year.
Jagger love letters to Hunt to be auctioned
Handwritten letters from Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger to his former lover Marsha Hunt will be auctioned in London next month.
Hunt is an American-born singer who was the inspiration for the Stones’ 1971 hit “Brown Sugar” and bore Jagger’s first child.
Sotheby’s said Saturday that Hunt has tasked the auction house with selling 10 letters written by Jagger in 1969.
Hunt said the letters chronicling their “delicate love affair” and secret history touch on subjects such as the first moon landing and John Lennon and Yoko Ono.
Stars excited ahead of MTV’s Europe show
American rapper Ludacris said he has “a huge crush” on supermodel Heidi Klum, the host of today’s MTV European music awards show.
Ludacris, alt-pop trio Fun and singer-songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen took a rehearsal break Saturday ahead of the MTV EMA in Frankfurt. Joined by Klum, all talk turned to the upcoming festivities.
Ludacris said he felt “blessed” to be in Frankfurt, and saw the awards as a chance to “give back to the global fans” — and also to get near Klum. The rapper will premiere his new music video “Rest of My Life,” featuring Usher and David Guetta, during the show.
Madonna fan guilty in resisting-arrest trial
A former firefighter with a crush on Madonna has been convicted of resisting arrest outside her former New York City apartment building as he spray-painted poster boards with love notes.
A jury delivered its verdict Friday in Robert Linhart’s trial.
Police said Linhart he parked outside Madonna’s Manhattan apartment, laid out a tarp and wrote out such messages as “Madonna, I need you.”
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