Now that Prince Harry has returned from a tour in Afghanistan, he’s talking about those pictures of him and a woman naked in a hotel room during his wild Vegas weekend 5 months ago. If you recall, they lost their clothes during a game of strip billiards. The 28 year old prince says he let himself and everyone around him down and, “it was probably a classic example of me being too much army, and not enough prince."
Chris Brown is the latest victim of celebrity “swatting,” which is a bogus call to 911 with the claim of an emergency situation which will bring the SWAT team. TMZ reports the 911 caller said parents were fighting and the dad went upstairs to get a gun and gave Chris Brown’s address, then hung up. When police showed up no one was there, including Chris Brown. Last week, Tom cruise and Kris and Bruce Jenner were victims of swatting.
Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber continue to send messages to each other about their breakup through public appearances…at a UNICEF concert, Selena referenced her heartache and then covered Justin Timberlake’s CRY ME A RIVER… this comes after Bieber sang the same song. The song is relevant because Timberlake’s song was supposedly a message song to Britney Spears after their breakup. But, Selena did one up the Biebs…she also covered Taylor Swift’s “I Knew You Were Trouble. “ Justin made headlines after posting a photo on Instagram mooning the camera.
Now that we’ve had time to process Lance Armstrong’s 2 day confession to Oprah that he DID take performance enhancing drugs, the question is: what did Sheryl Crow know? The two were engaged and together for a period of 3 years including during two of his 7 Tour de France wins…A report on Celebuzz says that Sheryl Crow indicates the rocker did have an inkling something was up…in an affidavit, one of Armstrong’s former teammates claims Sheryl Crow was in the room when Armstrong asked him to convince his wife to retract her statement that the Tour de France winner had told the doctors treating him for cancer that he had taken steroids, human growth hormone, cortisone and EPO.