Following a tumultuous week in London, Justin Bieber headed to Portugal already offering up bad news for fans hoping to see him tonight. "Due to unforeseen circumstances, Justin Bieber was forced to cancel the second [concert] in Portugal on 12 March," local promoter Everything is New announced, though his concert last night remained scheduled as planned. "Holders of tickets valid for 12 March should contact the respective place of purchase to receive a refund."
Sarah Jessica Parker has suffered plenty for fashion — and she has the doctor's bills to prove it. The "Sex and the City" star, known for wearing pricey sky-high heels, claims going more down-market for footwear ruined her feet. "I did 'I Don't Know How She Does It' and I was very thoughtful about my whole wardrobe and said, you know [my character] could not afford really good shoes, she would go to Nine West or Aldo," she tells Net-A-Porter. "So I got shoes from there and the bottom of the shoes aren't leather, they are plastic, so I slipped a couple times, twisted my ankle. I went to a foot doctor and he said, 'Your foot does things it shouldn't be able to do. That bone there... you've created that bone. It doesn't belong there. It's sad because my fee took me all over the world, but eventually they were like, 'You know what? We are really tired. Can you just stop? And don't put cheap shoes on us.'"
While OK! Magazine claims the stress of awards season may be causing tension between Ben Affleck and wife Jennifer Garner, the "Argo" director says like post-Oscars has been a great time for them. "I've been able to really just enjoy my good fortune in the last couple of weeks and sit back and kind of just take it in and not do anything, just eat ice cream on the couch," Affleck says, according to E! News. "It's been a really nice time to hang out with my wife and that sort of thing, so we're just enjoying it."
Jennifer Love Hewitt can apparently put a price on her breasts, at least when it comes to the idea of insuring them as valuable assets. "I need, like, an insurance invitation. If somebody was like, Hey, you know what? We would like to insure your boobs for $2.5 million,' I'd be like, do it. Love it! Why not?" she tells USA Today. "These things right here are worth $5 million."
When the Titanic II, an exact replica of the famous doomed ship, sets sail on the Titanic's original route in 2016, don't expect to see Billy Zane or his family on board. "I'm not sure that I'd care to risk it. I'm sure I'll get an invitation, though," the "Titanic" star tells People magazine. "I don't know if people would really want me on board."