A man was allegedly posing as Justin Bieber, and getting the singer's underage fans to send him nude photos. He has been arrested.
The guy, identified as Bryan Asrary, was picked up for reportedly using Bieber's (since deleted) Instagram page to find young female fans.
In 2014, Asrary allegedly first made contact with the young female in a direct message on Instagram, and claimed he was friendly with Bieber and could get the singer to text her. After falsely gaining her confidence, Asrary then pretended to be Bieber, allegedly telling the girl to send him nude photos of herself. He supposedly even threatened the girl with bodily harm if she didn't comply.
Eventually, the girl informed her mother of what was happening, and the police intervened.
TMZ reports the creeper admitted that not only had he extorted this particular youngster, but that he had also allegedly deceived other people into sending him nude images.
La La Land actor Ryan Gosling is a triple threat. He can act. He can sing. And he can dance? When he showed up on the British Graham Norton Show alongside Emma Stone, Sienna Miller, and Ben Affleck, the host dug up old footage of Gosling as a child star, performing as part of a dance troupe.
Make sure you watch long enough to hear Ryan's comment about his outfit!
Two-time NBA MVP Stephen Curry makes less money than 81 other NBA players. Why? Because he signed his contract four years ago when he had injury issues and hadn't developed into the MVP is today.
Is he okay being less than he's theoretically worth? Yes, because of something his dad once told him.
"One thing my pops always told me is you never count another man's money," Curry told Tim Kawakami of The Mercury News. "It's what you've got and how you take care of it. And if I'm complaining about $44 million over four years, then I've got other issues in my life."
Love that guy! A note to other celebrities: Those of us in the general public don't like it when you complain that the millions you make aren't enough.
If you are worried about Curry, don't be. He's expected to sign a new contract this summer worth over $200 million!
Game Of Thrones hasn't even announced an end date yet, but so much money is being made that there are spinoff discussions happening.
Casey Bloys is HBO's Original Programming President, and he said nothing is written in stone, but admitted they are exploring options.
"All I can say is that we're exploring it. We don't have any scripts, we're not even close to saying, 'Oh, let's do this,' but it's a big enough property that we would be foolish not to explore it."
GoT's author has written some prequel material, so there is a basis for all this (beyond making loads more cash). Bloys said, "We'll take some shots at it. I'm not going to do it just to do it. It has to feel very special."