ROLL CALL: Justin Bieber Switches Bodies With Jon Stewart On 'The Daily Show'
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Freaky Biebs!: Fans of “The Daily Show” were treated to a Bieber-riffic surprise (or nightmare?) last night when they turned on the hit Comedy Central show. Host Jon Stewart had switched bodies with the Canadian singing sensation, who opened the show. Jon, dressed in a purple sweatshirt, emerged holding a skull demanding that they switch back. Luckily, all was returned to normal, but not before Justin left Jon with a special tattoo – see it, HERE!
Hugh Chows Down!: When Hugh Jackman returns as Logan in the “Wolverine” sequel, expect a bigger and beefier mutant! “I’m on [the intense diet] right now, mate, already doing it. It’s 6,000 calories a day, it’s rough,” Hugh told the Los Angeles Times’ Hero Complex blog. “I don’t know how much I want to give away about it, but [director Darren Aronofsky] said with the last one, ‘Hey you looked great, but you’re so tall that in those long shots you looked kind of like Clint Eastwood, and that’s not Wolverine.’ He said that Wolverine, in the comics, is powerful, stocky, you know, he’s short and thick. So he said, ‘I want you to go there, get bigger.’”
Jennifer Garner’s Red Velvet Cake Mouth!: Wondering what it’s like to kiss Jennifer Garner? Russell Brand, who is co-starring with the actress in the upcoming “Arthur,” is sharing his thoughts on locking lips with Ben Affeck’s ladylove. “She’s like a fairy princess. There’s a brand of red-velvet cake, her mouth is made of that. She smashes you in the mouth [in] those kissing scenes. If I was Ben Affleck, man I’d be pissed off,” Russell told NextMovie. We’re not sure if that’s a compliment or not?
Natalie’s Glowing & Growing!: Natalie Portman and her baby bump stepped out in Los Angeles on Thursday looking radiant. The Oscar nominee enjoyed lunch at Square One, where she was spotted with Jake Gyllenhaal just last week. See Natalie’s growing bump, HERE!
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