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    Justin Bieber does what he wants, when he wants! Despite Scooter Braun and his team of advisor's pleas to sell his Calabasas party pad where the notorious egg toss took place, the stubborn Biebs says "NO WAY." When will Justin learn??! We get that he has SO many memories in his digs, but really? While his posse might be hired help, his neighbors certainly are not and he can't blame them for being fed up with his antics in their supposed-to-be quiet community! For once JB, just listen!!!
    Bradley Cooper is returning to the stage! The 39-year-old Oscar-nominated American Hustle star will reprise his titular role inThe Elephant Man on Broadway this fall.Cooper's return to the play will mark his first time on Broadway since 2006 when he costarred with with Julia Roberts and Paul Rudd in Three Days of Rain.
    Cooper previously played the same role in a 2012 production at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.
    Selena Gomez has a good head on her shoulders!
    The former
    Disney star covers the March issue of
    Seventeen magazine, where she opens up about feeling powerful, her feud with
    Lorde and her thoughts about dating telling the magazine "This year is when I really started feeling powerful. I'm glad it's taken me this long to get where I am because now I am ready for it." Gomez also says she doesn't have any hard feelings when it comes to this year's biggest breakout star Lorde. The "Royals" singer shared some not-so-kind words about Selena's music last year.
    Reed Hastings, the founder and chief executive of Netflix, seems to be taking a page out of the script of T-Mobile Chief John Legere. A profanity-ridden page. During what is typically a dry quarterly discussion of earnings results, Hastings on Wednesday was asked about HBO Chief Executive Richard Plepler's recent comments that he doesn't care if people share their HBO Go passwords. The Netflix founder responded by sharing Plepler's account information, which included a profanity. HBO didn't immediately respond to a message seeking comment.