ROLL CALL: Dwayne Johnson 'On The Mend' Following Hernia Surgery

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

The Rock Is Still Rocking: It takes a lot more than emergency surgery for a hernia injury to keep Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson down! The actor/wrestler showed off his insane bulging guns in a hospital bed following his Monday procedure. “Surgery a success! Dr repaired 3 hernial tears (fun pain). Superman is on the mend,” he Tweeted, with a photo of himself in a Superman shirt. Earlier in the week, the “Pain & Gain” star gave his fans a glimpse into his medical scare, writing, “Saw my Dr who had to push my intestines back thru the tear in my abdomen. Kinda romantic.”

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The Book Of Biebs?: Is Justin Bieber about to make headlines for more than his pet monkey and going shirtless through airport security? The singer appears to be toying with the idea of releasing something very personal for your reading pleasure. “Thinking about putting out my music journals from the road,” the Biebs hinted on Twitter. Would you read Biebs’ diary?

“Teen Mom 2” Star Behind Bars For The Umpteenth Time: We’ve seriously lost count of the number of times “Teen Mom 2” Jenelle Evans has been in trouble with the law! According to TMZ, the MTV reality star was arrested for alleged heroin possession and attacking husband Courtland Rogers. She allegedly struck him with a piece of furniture. Rogers was also arrested for allegedly hitting Evans – and all of this went down while the reality star mother was on probation for failing to pay child support.

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Is Amanda Bynes Looking To Become A Singer?: Drake’s number one fan, Amanda Bynes, appears to be looking to transition into the world of music – but not just yet. “I want to start singing in a few years!” the actress Tweeted. Amanda, Roll Call would love to hear a preview of your first single!

-- Jesse Spero

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