After a pretty lousy month — starting with the "worst birthday" and culminating with this week's reported feud with his neighbor — Justin Bieber is speaking out. "The biggest misconception about me is that I'm a bad person. I get upset about that. I have a big heart. I want to be a good role model, but some people want me to fail," he tells Us Weekly. "I'm young and I make mistakes. That's part of growing up." As for what's next for Bieber? "I'm thinking about my next album, next tour," he says. "Or maybe I'll take a break."
Angelina Jolie turned heads on her return to Los Angeles this week with a gold band on her finger in place of her engagement ring, fueling speculation that she and Brad Pitt have secretly tied the knot. But according to the woman herself, that's not the case. When asked directly by a photographer at LAX if the item is in fact a wedding ring, Jolie responded, "No, it's not," according to TMZ.
Lindsay Lohan has escaped Los Angeles for a pre-rehab trip to Brazil, but she did get some work done before she left, filming two days on Charlie Sheen's sitcom, "Anger Management" — and irritating the show's cast and crew in the process, according to E! News. "She was a colossal pain in the ass," a source close to the show says. "It's a shame, because when she actually gets on camera she is good and has comedic timing. But she comes with so much luggage it's not worth it." The source says the first day of filming with Lohan was no problem, but the second was a different story. "From the moment she arrived she did nothing but hold up the production," the source says. "She would sit in her trailer and stall, and she delayed until she up and left for her boyfriend's concert. She held everyone hostage."
Jennifer Lawrence gets a lot of points for her carefree attitude on red carpets, but the Oscar winner insists she's anything but in those situations. "I'm afraid I'm going to go my whole life being scared like a chihuahua" on red carpets, she tells Fabulous magazine. "It's not my comfort zone. Making movies is where I belong. I shouldn't be heard just talking. So, when I'm doing movies, I'm really happy. That's where I'm comfortable, that's my home. When you put me on a red carpet or on a stage, I turn into chihuahua Jennifer."
Already peeved about all the attention his groin has been getting, Jon Hamm is probably not going to like this. Underwear company Jockey is stepping up to help out after reports that Hamm was advised to stop going commando on the "Mad Men" set. "Jockey would like to offer our support for Jon Hamm in the form of a lifetime supply of Jockey underwear," a rep for the company says in a statement.