Your Daily Roundup of Celebrity Gossip & Star Shenanigans
Miley The Co-ed?: The students at NYU just missed taking classes with the queen of twerking, Miley Cyrus. The star revealed to Rolling Stone that after “Hannah Montana” ended, she considered hitting the books. “Once I ended [‘Hannah Montana’], I thought I might go to NYU or something and study photography. Or to Savannah—they’ve got a really good school in Savannah,” she told the mag. She might have skipped dorm life, but Miley is still fascinated with learning. “I love photography. I have a Canon 5D. I want to co-direct something soon. When they’re saying, ‘Change this lens to this millimeter,’ I want to know what they’re talking about.” And when it came to figuring out how to balance stardom with school, Miley said she was inspired by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen. “I’m never going to be able to go to school and have the normal life,” she explained. “I kind of like the way Mary-Kate and Ashley did it. They were bajillionaires from being these kid stars, and they decided that that wasn’t the future that they wanted. So they did fashion, and they kind of blended in at NYU. I don’t think people bug them. I think in New York, it’s cool to not care.”
Biebs Hits The Great Wall: Justin Bieber visited the Great Wall of China, but according to numerous photos on Twitter, the young pop star didn’t care too much for all the stairs! Check out Justin being carried by his bodyguards. And find out how Justin celebrated being carried to the top of the Great Wall – in true Biebs swagger style.
New “Catching Fire” Poster & Song Revealed: Ready for Katniss’ return in “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” debuting on November 11? Check out a new poster from the film and also a song (“Elastic Heart” by Sia) from the upcoming soundtrack!
The Elves Are Back: In more nerd news, “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” has released a new trailer with a lot more Legolas. Check out a preview for the movie hitting theaters on December 13, 2013!
-- Jesse Spero
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