Justin Bieber wrote a long message on Instagram complaining about all the negative press he’s been getting, saying he’s a really good person and bragging about his success. He ended it with this , “And to those comparing me to Lindsay Lohan, look at her 2012 tax statements ;)” He quickly deleted that part of the post. Sources say Lindsay has already heard about this, and is NOT cool with it.
The 9-year-old daughter of Charlie Sheen and Denise Richards was reportedly bullied in school so badly last year, that they had to take her out . . . because the school wouldn’t do anything about it. So Charlie went on Twitter yesterday and asked his fans to deliver, quote, “a rotten egg, a roll of toilet paper or some dog [crap]” to the school. The school has added extra security, but they say they handled the issue appropriately last year.
Kim Kardashian is fed up with the courtroom tactics of her estranged husband, Kris Humphries — accusing his lawyers of leaking testimony that some scenes in her reality shows are staged and that Kim uses a “tear stick” to cry on camera. The Kardashian kamp believes Humphries’ hometown lawyer in Minneapolis, Lee Hutton, leaked the Feb. 4 deposition of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” producer Russell Jay to Life & Style magazine. Jay told under oath how Kim didn’t like the way she reacted on camera two years ago when Kris proposed to her, so she had him pop the question again. Another scene, where Kim told her mother, Kris Jenner, about troubles in her marriage, was actually shot after Kim had ended the 72-day union by filing for divorce, Jay said. “This is normal operating procedure on any reality show,” said one Kim source.
Humphries is claiming Kardashian married him just for publicity and exploited him to boost TV ratings. But Humphries’ LA lawyer, Marshall Waller, is reportedly quitting the case because he’s had enough of it. Meanwhile, Kim — who’s five months pregnant with the child of her new love, Kanye West — doesn’t think Humphries is even interested in her money. “He’s just trying to make her miserable,” said our source. If the case isn’t settled by May 6, it will be hard to get a ringside seat at the trial.
Forget all those stories about Oprah Winfrey losing her mojo . . . because “Forbes” just named her the Most Influential Celebrity for the second year in a row. According to E-Poll Market Research, she has a 48% influential rating . . . which means 48 percent of Americans . . . or at least 48% of the polling sample . . . rate her as influential. At least some of this has to do with her network OWN starting to gain some traction thanks to big interviews, like her sit-down with Lance Armstrong. Here are the 10 Most Influential Celebrities of the Year, along with their influential ratings . . .
#1.) Oprah Winfrey, 48%
#2.) Steven Spielberg, 47%
#3.) Martin Scorcese, 42%
#4.) (tie) Ron Howard and George Lucas 41%
#6.) Dr. Oz, 40%
#7.) (tie) Barbara Walters, Bono and Suze Orman, 37%
#10.) Clint Eastwood, 36%
This year’s Super Bowl was relatively scandal-free, with the exception of NBC accidentally airing Joe Flacco’s F-BOMB. But that didn’t stop people with WAY TOO MUCH TIME ON THEIR HANDS from firing off complaints to the FCC. An FCC spokesperson says they received “thousands of letters” about the Super Bowl . . . and a lot of them were directed at Beyoncé’s halftime show. Here are some of our favorite lines . . . transcribed exactly how they were written:
–”[The] commercial [that] showed a women kissing a nerd: It was disgusting!!! My grandchildren was watching that! I had to hurry up and grab the control
–”I am appalled at Beyoncé’s performance . . . she basically humped the air, simulating sex for 13 minutes. Completely inappropriate as family entertainment.”
–”[Beyoncé's] outfit looked like it came out of a sex shop or a [porno] video. Her breasts protruded out, her butt almost completely showed . . . she wore hooker boots . . . and danced like she was in a strip club . . .