Ken Evans at Great Wolf Lodge in Traverse City
While purchasing a cheeseburger, I became the luckiest girl in GR. A tour manager for Maroon 5 approached me and upgraded me to the front row. Yes, I felt Adam Levine's sweat, and I'm going to keep the confetti in my hair for as long as possible. -Hughet
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Justin Bieber Receives Batcycle For Birthday (Full Story: Contactmusic)
The singer turned a year older last Friday (March 1), and to mark the milestone, his dad splurged on a flashy black ride, which features the Batman logo on the seat, the teen's lucky number on the gas tank, and a tribute to the "Baby" hitmaker's 35 million Twitter followers, as well as his initials.
Showing off the bike in a video on YouTube, Jeremy says, "So what do you get somebody that has everything, Justin Bieber? This is what you get. Look at the details, number six, it's Justin's number, his hockey number. 35 million followers. We've customised everything, the Jb, Batman, we got the crown - Jb's tattoo. So that's what you get when you're 19 and you're Justin Bieber."
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Jennifer Lawrence Turned Down Russell Brand Twice (Full Story: Daily Star)
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Russell Brand tried to get his hands on Oscar winner Jennifer Lawrence’s booty at the Vanity Fair party.
Randy Brand was back to his womanizing ways by trying to chat up Hollywood’s newest star.
After getting knocked back twice, Russell joked he’d have more luck with Selena Gomez and walked off.
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Bradley Cooper Says He Didn't "Want To Win An Oscar" (Full Story: Us Weekly)
Bradley Cooper doesn't place much value on the number of awards he wins. In the April issue of British GQ, the Silver Linings Playbook star -- who recently lost the Academy Award for Best Actor to Lincoln's Daniel Day-Lewis -- insists accolades have never been a driving force in his career choices.
"I don't want to win an Oscar," the single 38-year-old tells the magazine. "It would change nothing. Nothing. The things in my life that aren't fulfilled would not be fulfilled."
In the interview -- presumably conducted before the annual awards show aired live in L.A. Feb. 24 -- the first-time nominee explains that the loss of his stockbroker father, Charles Cooper, forced him to reevaluate what matters most in life. "Death became very real. And very tangible. Because my father -- someone who had been in my life for 36 years is just f-cking gone," the Hangover star recalls.
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