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SHIA LABEOUF FIGHTS WITH FANS
Shia LaBeouf got into yet another angry altercation while trying to enjoy a night out on Saturday (December 7th.) The New York Daily News is reporting that the actor was eating at a restaurant in England when he was reportedly approached by a female fan.
The 27-year-old allegedly berated the fan and made her cry which prompted her boyfriend to get involved. A source told the newspaper, "Shia went for this guy after he upset his girlfriend. It was shocking. He looked out of control." The former Disney store supposedly also yelled "I can get you killed" before being escorted out of the restaurant.
BEN AFFLECK'S BIGGEST MOVIE REGRET
Ben Affleck's career has had its ups and downs but the actor admits that making Daredevil in 2003 was probably his biggest cinematic regret. Ben discusses the film in the January issue of Playboy and how it has made an impact on his career since.
Ben admits, "The only movie I actually regret. It just kills me. I love that story, that character, and the fact that it got f**ked up the way it did stays with me. Maybe that's part of the motivation to do Batman. If I thought the result would be another Daredevil, I'd be out there picketing myself. Why would I make the movie if I didn't think it was going to be good and that I could be good in it?"
KENDALL JENNER AND HARRY STYLES HUNG OUT AT A GAY BAR
Kendall Jenner and Harry Styles may only be teenagers but that did not stop them from enjoying a night out at a gay bar called Therapy in New York City over the weekend. Us magazine is reporting that the One Direction member and the reality star met up with friends only hours after they were photographed leaving his hotel together and hit up the local scene.
A source from the bar told the magazine, "Harry has actually been her a few times before. He's just a regular customer when he comes in -- he gets a table and usually drinks beer and cocktail on the side." The insider also revealed that Harry and his crew left when they played "What Makes You Beautiful" and people started realizing who he was. The 19-year-old was reportedly holding Kendall's hand as they left.
JENNIFER ANISTON THROWS STAR-STUDDED HOLIDAY PARTY
The stars came out in full force on Sunday (December 8th) to attend Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux's holiday party. According to E! News, the couple's famous friends showed up to Jen's huge estate at around 6:30 pm where the trees were decorated for the season.
Guests included Courteney Cox, Chelsea Handler, Gwyneth Paltrow, Chris Martin, Robert Downey Jr., Kathryn Hahn, Jason Bateman, Tobey Maguire, Isla Fisher and Will Arnett. There were around 50 guests total. One insider revealed, "The party was held outside on a cold night. Everyone was bundled up in jackets and scarves to stay warm." The source added, "It was a mix of Jen's friends and Justin's friends all coming together to celebrate the season."
HEIDI KLUM IS SCARED TO GET PLASTIC SURGERY: Project Runway host Heidi Klum caught a glimpse of her possible future appearance by getting made up to be a 95-year-old for Halloween but the model revealed to Access Hollywood that she is too scared to get work done to slow down the ageing process. Heidi told the show, I've never done anything. I've been too scared, to be honest with you. Botox or bangs. I go for bangs. I'm scared that all of a sudden you're changing too much, your face starts changing. I would have a hard time looking in the mirror and seeing something that I'm not used to seeing. I'd be afraid!"
SIMON COWELL THROWS LAUREN SILVERMAN A BABY SHOWER: X Factor judge Simon Cowell helped organize a baby shower for girlfriend and baby mama Lauren Silverman which took place in Beverly Hills on Sunday (December 8th.) According to Us magazine, the guest list included 20 or so invitees such as Simon's exes Mezhgan Hussainy and Terri Seymour. Cowell reportedly left before the rest of the guests arrived.
TIM MEADOWS GOES OFF ON 'SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE': Tim Meadows took to Twitter to express his disappointment in not being included in a throwback skit that aired on Saturday’s (December 7th) episode. He wrote, "They did Brasky without me. Not even a 'hey would you want to come to do one line and bring your kids to see the 5 directions...?' Nothing... Wow...I will never watch SNL again. Sorry the ladies man bombed. If it would have done better they wouldn't treat me like a red-headed step child." He later clarified, "I'm not mad at the show. I know what it takes to produce those sketches in a short amount of time. I talked to a friend on the show who said it WAS a last minute sketch. I acted like a baby. I'm happy for all of my friends success and will always be grateful and proud to have been a part of SNL. That being said don't forget to see Anchorman 2 coming soon to a theater near you." Tim appeared on the show from 1991 until 2001.
NINA DOBREV SAYS SHE WAS BULLIED: Vampire Diaries star Nina Dobrev revealed to E! News at the TrevorLive benefit in Hollywood that she experienced bullying when she was younger. She explained, "I had a couple of awkward stages. Now we have hair and makeup. I pay professionals. But you didn't have professionals when you were grade three. I had a chunky face. I had a phase where I cut my hair like a boy so kids will find anything to pick on you for whether it's true or not because it makes them feel better and bigger and it isn't until you're the victim that you realize that it's not fun and it's not cool…Until you learn, you can hurt a lot of people."
DANIEL RADCLIFFE GETS HAIR EXTENSTIONS: Daniel Radcliffe made a recent appearance on The Graham Norton Show where he debuted new hair extensions that he is sporting to play a role in an upcoming adaptation of Frankenstein. When fellow guest food writer Mary Berry brushed the hair out of his face, Radcliffe said, "It's very soft, isn't it? It's real, dead human being's hair."
LEA MICHELE REVEALS TRACK LIST FOR DEBUT ALBUM: Lea Michele tweeted a photo on Sunday (December 8th) revealing all the tracks to her upcoming debut album Louder. The 11-track album does not have an official release date yet but the Glee star's first single, "Cannonball," was released today (December 10.)
ALEC BALDWIN IS HEADING BACK TO TV: Fresh on the heels of being fired by MSNBC, Alec Baldwin has already scored his next gig. The former 30 Rock star has been tapped to host an episode of TCM's Private Screenings. Baldwin will interview Robert Osbourne on an episode airing January 6th.
BRYAN SINGER TO DIRECT NEW 'X-MEN' MOVIE: Vulture is reporting that Bryan Singer is already lined up to direct the third film in the new X-Men trilogy coming out in 2016. The movie will be a direct follow-up to X-Men: The Day of Future Past set to be released next year. The third installment will be called X-Men: Apocalypse.
LEIGHTON MEESTER IS HEADING TO BROADWAY: Leighton Meester will make her Broadway debut next year in a revival of Of Mice and Men. The former Gossip Girl actress will appear alongside James Franco and Chris O'Dowd in the play based on the story by John Steinbeck. Meester will be playing the wife of a ranch boss who catches the eye of the mentally challenged Lennie.
SARAH PALIN LANDS TV SHOW: Sarah Palin has landed a new weekly outdoors-oriented TV show that is described as celebrating the "red, white and blue" lifestyle on The Sportsman Channel. Network CEO said in a statement, "It's very important to have somebody of her stature as a personality on Sportsman because it validates the whole category for everybody." The network has ordered 12 episodes of the show.
NEW LOVE FOR CHARLIE SHEEN
Charlie Sheen is in love again. The Anger Management star revealed to TMZ that he is already falling hard for 24-year-old former porn star Brett Rossi after only a few weeks of dating.
Charlie told the website, "I've been on a lifelong journey, a 1000 century quest, in search of the better and missing half of my heart and my brain. That expedition is now rated 'a major success' and beyond the valley of dunn-ski complete. The MaSheen wins again." He added, "This is very serious."