The clock is ticking on Justin Bieber's career, according to top music manager Peter Mensch, who reps acts like Metallica and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Mensch doesn't see much of a future for the Canadian pop star after a month of hospitalizations, canceled concerts and dust-ups with the paparazzi. "His manager, Scooter Braun, is scared s---less. I don't know what Bieber's problem is. His career is over in three years anyway," Mensch tells the Sun. "I'd take Bieber to the woodshed and spank him."
"Glee" star Cory Monteith has checked himself into rehab, according to Us Weekly. "Cory Monteith has voluntarily admitted himself into a treatment facility for substance addiction," his rep says in a statement. [videoembed id= 128507] "He graciously asks for your respect and privacy as he takes the necessary steps towards recovery." While it isn't clear what substances exactly Monteith is looking for help avoiding, he has opened up about his drug use in the past, telling Parade magazine in 2011 that he used to do "anything and everything, as much as possible. I had a serious problem." The latest rehab stint has caught friends and family off-guard. "This is a total surprise," a source tells the magazine. "He has always been very honest about how he struggled." [embedgallery id=128482]
There didn't seem to be much tension between Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver when the separated couple sat down this weekend an Easter brunch at a Santa Monica restaurant with their children, according to E! News. Dressed casually, Schwarzenegger and Shriver reportedly sat next to each other in a corner booth in Coast Cafe in the Shutters on the Beach hotel. While Schwarzenegger has admitted to hopes of a reconciliation with Shriver, he has reportedly been dating another woman, Heather Milligan, since the fall. Milligan was not present at the family brunch.
Amanda Bynes continues to utilize her Twitter account to vent — and make her friends and family worry about her mental well-being. This weekend, Bynes unleashed a bizarre tirade of tweets aimed at her "exes," though she didn't name names. "When you write me on Twitter and I ignore you, it's because I plan on ignoring you on Twitter and in life forever," she wrote, along with, "If you were hot, I'd be so into you. Dedicated to my exes still tryna holla."
Joan Rivers rivers is doubling down on her criticisms of Adele's weight. Asked during a HuffPost Live chat to defend a joke she made at the British singer's expense during a "Late Show with David Letterman" appearance, Rivers took things even further. "It's not mean. She's a chubby lady who's very, very rich, and she should just calm down — or lose weight," Rivers replied. "She wanted an apology, so I took an ad out on her ass. I said, 'You are not fat.' And then I had room for a lot of other ads. Adele is beautiful and successful and has what, $100 million? Let's face reality: She's fat!"