ROLL CALL: Brad Pitt’s Face Gets A Professional Grooming

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

Brad Gets A Grooming: Brad Pitt’s facial hair has caused almost as big of a controversy as his recent rumored split with Angelina Jolie – but according to Us Weekly, Brad has taken the matter to a professional. The mag reported that celeb hairstylist David Babaii professionally groomed Brad’s facial hair before he attended the Directors Guild of America Awards over the weekend. Babaii’s grooming rates start at a $150 – and we say it was money well spent!

Nick Jonas’ Guerilla Concert: Nick Jonas doesn’t need a stage or an arena to rock – on Tuesday all he needed was his guitar and a crowd at the beach in Santa Monica, Calif. The youngest JoBro, who has temporarily gone solo and is touring with his band The Administration, treated fans to an impromptu concert at the beach. Nick was also spotted in Sherman Oaks, Calif. and at the Disneyland Resort in Anaheim, Calif. performing more impromptu shows on Tuesday. See Nick and his fans (being unusually mellow) at the beach, HERE!

“Jersey Shore” Gang Headed To NYC Fashion Week?: Bedazzled tight tees, plunging necklines and tight halters aren’t exactly high fashion – but according to The New York Post’s Page Six – the “Jersey Shore” cast is asking for tickets to NYC’s upcoming Fashion Week and one of the cast member’s manager is claiming designers are asking the self-described guidos and guidettes to attend. We’re sure Snooki and Anna Wintour are bound to become new BFFs!

Mel Gibson Mouths Off Again: Is it just us, or does Mel Gibson and cussing in public now seem sort of normal? During an interview on Wednesday with Dean Richards of Chicago’s WGN-TV, the actor got a little heated when he was asked, “Do you think the public will perceive you any differently after all that’s been in the news about you?” Mel – not surprisingly – did not like the question and ended the interview with a choice word. See the interview, HERE!

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