The Word: Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus party the night away

The Look: Justin Bieber at the 40th American Music Awards on Nov. 18 in Los Angeles. Credit: Getty Images
The Look: Justin Bieber at the 40th American Music Awards on Nov. 18 in Los Angeles. Credit: Getty Images

Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus have a lot in common right now. They’re both pop stars. They both have on-again, off-again exes. They have very similar haircuts.

Maybe that’s why the two seemed to be getting closer this weekend. Justin’s leopard print Audi (or a leopard-print Audi. Who knows how many of those are around) was spotted leaving Miley’s house on Saturday. Later that evening, they met up again at Los Angeles’s Roosevelt Hotel, according to TMZ. After partying for a few minutes, they left together for parts unknown.

So is something going on between those two? I kind of hope not, because they’re both so famous that they’d dominate celebrity news and I’d never get to write about anything else. No to Justley, please. (Biebus? Cyber? Hopefully we’ll never have to decide.)

Justin Bieber was also escorted out of Los Angeles’ Lure club this weekend. What was his crime? Fighting? Drugs? Throwing drinks in Lindsay Lohan’s face?

Nope. Just good old-fashioned being underage. Even the Bieb’s transgressions are weirdly wholesome.

Bieber’s crew contacted the club earlier in the day, letting them know that the singer planned to stop by their Toxic Luau Beach Day party (you know, that national holiday) and the club informed them that they couldn’t let Justin in, since he’s only 19. He tried to come anyway and sneak in a back entrance, according toE! Online. However, rapper The Game spotted him from the stage and gave him a shout out, which alerted the club to his presence. They then asked him to leave.


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