Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Gentlemen, Come Out Swinging!: In this corner we have One Direction’s Louis Tomlinson and Liam Payne facing off against The Wanted’s Tom Parker. The boybanders got into a war of words on Twitter over the weekend hurling digs, slams and one-liners at each other – some that included mentioning Lindsay Lohan. After Louis brought up The Wanted on the social media site, the flames were fanned! “You even talk about us at your own gigs. Are you that upset you didn’t get in this band?” Tom wrote. Louis replied with, “Pal, we both know I wouldn’t waste my time auditioning for your band. You humour me with your bad boy persona.” 1D’s Liam chimed in adding, “hey Tom lets talk about your singing your amazing tone pierces my ears with every note.” Louis then suggested that The Wanted contribute to the soundtrack of their upcoming documentary, writing, “Why don’t we make your next single our movie soundtrack?” Tom suggested a different movie, “I’d love to make the soundtrack to Mean Girls 3” to which Louis invoked Lindsay Lohan – who was rumored to be dating The Wanted’s Max George for a brief time – and wrote, “not a bad idea actually maybe @maxthewanted could ask Lindsay?” then added “@TomTheWanted P.S enjoy the press from this.” Ouch. Check out the entire One Direction/The Wanted feud.
Speaking Of Lindsay Lohan: Fresh off rumors of a sex tape, “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham was spotted holding hands with adult film star (and Lindsay Lohan’s “The Canyons” co-star) James Deen. This is not going to end well!
What Do You Have There Miley?: Does Miley Cyrus have another headline-making suspicious hand-rolled cigarette incident on her hands (or should we say in her hand!) See why Miley is back in the news again!
In Case You Missed It: Melissa McCarthy shined yet again on her second appearance on “Saturday Night Live.” If you missed her episode, enjoy it in GIF form or check out our favorite sketch from Saturday’s show!
-- Jesse Spero
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