'Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenaningans
by Jesse Spero
Dancing Stars Revealed: Which new celebrities will be kicking up their heels and strutting their stuff across the dance floor? Find out the new cast of Season Six of "Dancing With The Stars" here.
Britney's Short Skirt Night: It was another night out for Britney with dad Jamie. The father-daughter dined out together, PageSix reports. The night was relatively calm, except for a too short of a skirt incident while Brit was getting out of the car. Hey, some things never change!
Break Dancing Little Becks: It appears the fancy footwork runs in the Beckham family. Cruz Beckham, the youngest child of Victoria and David Beckham, took the stage Monday night during the Spice Girls concert at Madison Square Garden, showing the crowd some impressive moves that included pop-locking, somersaulting and even an attempted a headstand, People reports. After the show, Victoria proudly called him "the next Justin Timberlake." Justin vs. Cruz, the next great dance-off! Check out video footage of the young Beckham in action here.
Birthday Spice For Mandela?: Former heads of state love a good pop show, or at least that's what the Spice Girls are hoping. The Girls tell Reuters, that they would love to perform for the former South African president at his 90th birthday celebrations this summer. One small snafu, they have yet to be asked. Maybe Mandela prefers Justin?
Drew's Advice To Young Hollywood: Drew Barrymore, who had her own share of hurdles growing up in Hollywood, is speaking out in the March issue of Vogue about young Hollywood and rehab, Us reports. "If you don’t pull it together for yourself, no one else will. That’s coming from a person who had to try it all… and who still loves to have a good time." Speaking of a good time, Access spies saw Drew and boyfriend Justin Long whooping it up at gay hotspots O-Bar (for Tom Whitman's Thursday Smack party) and Fubar in West Hollywood last Thursday for Valentine's night!
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