Apparently the hottest new young Hollywood hangout isn't a nightclub but a weekly bible study group — which Selena Gomez, Vanessa Hudgens and "90210" star Matt Lanter have reportedly been attending, according to Us Weekly. Gomez has even brought ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber to the group, which meets monthly at a Beverly Hills hotel. "Justin's come in before and his mom, Pattie, is a regular," a source says. The group is reportedly organized by E! correspondent Jason Kennedy.
Justin Timberlake insists he in no way disrespected ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, despite reports to the contrary, according to Us Weekly. At Timberlake's first live show in five years, he kicked off "Cry Me a River" — his breakup anthem written after his split from Spears — by telling the crowd, "Sometimes in life, you think you found the one. But then one day you find out that she is just some bitch." After the show, though, Timberlake took to Twitter to do damage control. "Wouldn't disrespect anyone personally. Ever," he tweeted.
It looks like things are heating up between Leonardo DiCaprio and his "Wolf of Wall Street" co-star Margot Robbie. DiCaprio and the 22-year-old Australian actress were spotted getting cozy on the balcony of his suite at a Miami hotel before heading out to play in the surf with Jonah Hill, Lukas Haas and several other women, according to E! News. The pair did little to hide their affection for each other despite the obvious paparazzi presence.
Elizabeth Hurley can call off the search for her missing Audi, as the sedan has reportedly resurfaced — plastered with parking tickets — in the same neighborhood where it went missing last week, according to the Daily Mail. Hurley reported the car stolen last week after it went missing while she was on a shopping excursion. "We are awaiting confirmation of whether the vehicle find is true or not," a police spokesman says. "There have been no arrests, and enquiries continue."
Donald Trump is suing Bill Maher for $5 million over a charity wager, according to E! News. Maher reportedly agreed to donate that amount to charity if Trump could prove — by producing a birth certificate — that he was not the child of an orangutan. Maher made the offer during a visit to the "Tonight" show after Trump infamously made a similar $5 million charity donation offer to Barack Obama that was widely criticized.
— Metro World News, Hollywood