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    Just two months after her breakup with on-again, off-again boyfriend John Mayer, Katy Perry says she's single and ready to mingle -- even if it means resorting to hitting up Tinder, one of the most popular dating apps. Speaking Power 105.1's The Breakfast Club, the "Dark Horse" songstress confirms she's indeed back on the dating scene. When the radio DJ asked if she was unattached,Perry said,Uh, yes I am!" "I'm really deep on Tinder so I don't have a whole lot of time."
    Selena Gomez didn't just unfollowed her Coachella buddies Kendall Jenner and Kylie Jenner on the social media app, she's also unfriended them in real life! Apparently on-again off-again BF Justin Bieber is enough of bad influence on Selena's life because she thinks the K duo are an ultra negative distraction from her music making. Her musical desert weekend with the sisters and their rumored drugs and booze made her realize just how sick and tired she is of Hollywood's hard partyin' scene.
    Apple has launched a new program to help iPhone 5 owners affected by a fault that may render their sleep/wake button ineffective or unresponsive. The problem affects what Apple calls “a small percentage” of iPhone 5s made from March 2013 on. Apple says that customers can find out if their phone qualifies and apply for the replacement hardware by inputting the iPhone’s serial number at the support site created by Apple specifically for this program.
    Mark Burnett and Roma Downey will produce a new version of the historical epic "Ben-Hur," as the faith-based film revival continues on the big screen. Paramount Pictures and MGM announced Friday that they will co-produce "Ben-Hur" with Burnett and Downey, who also made the recent miniseries "The Bible." Famous for its chariot race scene, the film won 11 Academy Awards, including best picture. Burnett and Downey also produced the recently released film "Son of God," which used footage from "The Bible."