Gossip roundup: Amanda Bynes gets a nose job

Amanda Bynes. Credit: Getty Images.
Amanda Bynes.
Credit: Getty Images.

 

Amanda Bynes finally got her nose job this weekend, revealing on Twitter that she’s got a lot more about the operation to share. “I’m going to post a video of some of the procedure on my Twitter,” Bynes writes. “I need one more procedure to thin out the bridge of my nose.” So we all have that to look forward to.

Justin Bieber’s neighbors are so fed up with he and his friends’ reckless driving in their gated Calabasas, Calif., community that they’ve asked the police to intervene, according to E! News. There’s also been an emergency Homeowner’s Association meeting planned to address the issue. “It has been escalating for the past six months. He has begun to flip over to a really dark side,” a neighbor says of Bieber’s “aggressive, reckless” behavior. “They have sent him warnings. He’s out of control. Everyone has a Bieber white Ferrari story. God Forbid someone gets hurt by that car. He just feels like he is above the law.” There are apparently some laws he’s not above, though, as Bieber once again found his age to be an obstacle to having a good time. The 19-year-old reportedly requested an invitation to the Miami Heat’s victory bash last week at a South Beach nightclub but was turned down by both the club management and the team because he is under 21, sources say.

Madonna admits being the mother of adolescents is no picnic. “Seeing my daughter at 16, she’s still my little girl and also a woman,” Madonna says during a visit to Good Morning America. “Ever since my daughter got an iPhone, she stopped talking to me.” Things aren’t going much more smoothly with her 12-year-old son, Rocco, who is growing rapidly, sporting facial hair and is “looking at girls’ butts,” Madonna says, shaking her head. “Terrible.”

Anthony Kiedis got into a scuffle with some security guards outside the Four Seasons hotel in Philadelphia after the guards mistook him for an over-eager Stones fan, according to E! News. “They thought he was a fan trying to get in the hotel, as the Rolling Stones were expected,” a source says. “Security wrestled him down.” The ensuing struggle ended with one guard on the ground and Kiedis in a headlock, though he was allowed to enter the hotel after police arrived to clear things up. It turns out the security guards weren’t that far off base, though, as Kiedis says in a statement, “I love the Rolling Stones.”

While Princess Diana will be getting the Hollywood treatment later this year with “Diana” starring Naomi Watts, the film won’t actually feature much of her sons, Prince William and Prince Harry, according to the Daily Mail. Sources say there is only one “significant scene” featuring the boys that takes place shortly before Diana’s death. Director Oliver Hirschbiegel tells the newspaper that additional scenes featuring the boys were cut because “it never felt right to have them in the film.”


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