Selena Gomez on Letterman — “Cry Me a River, Bieber”

Sure it’s fun to take swipes at your ex, but experience tells me that if you feel the need to take a dig, then you’re still in the ditch. Selena Gomez appeared on Letterman, who set her up for a well-timed joke when Letterman informed Selena that he made Justin Bieber cry. Selena’s response? “That makes two of us.” She also gave a Cheshire Cat smile, and said, “I’m so good,” which also leads me to believe the opposite. She’s clearly not over it, and her public put-down only served to take herself down a peg. WATCH BELOW.

Sex And The City Prequel In The Works — Carrie Bradshaw is Crying

Remember when TBS bought HBO’s ‘Sex and the City’ and watered down the content to make the show family friendly? At the time, the actresses were pissed. So with the news that the next film will be a prequel with younger actresses, I can only imagine that everyone involved in the original series is fuming. First, the show is about single woman in their thirties, and the movie stood for the idea that women are not only funny on the big screen, but you don’t need pre-pubescent eye candy to get people in the theater. Additionally, there was something great about not knowing too much about the characters’ back stories. And just when you thought it could not get worse, Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez are rumored to be attached to the project.

Pink Attacks Selena Gomez for Painting Horses Pink

You would think that an artist named Pink would enjoy the color theme that Selena Gomez chose for her new video. Perhaps if she painted herself pink instead of horses, she might have been in the clear. As a PETA supporter, Pink said, “If there are any animal activists around Malibu . . . there are horses being painted for a stupid music video. Shame.” Selena Gomez’s team immediately responded to the bad press, saying that the material used to paint the horses is a “non toxic, vegetable based powder paint” and it “was applied via an airbrush and removed with water.” Well, I’m glad Gomez’s people cleared that up. Personally, I love being painted with a non toxic based powder paint and standing in the sun on a hot Los Angeles day. Those animals must have really enjoyed themselves.