Miley Cyrus Grabbed a Little Person's Breast and Lit a Joint Onstage at the MTV Europe Music Awards
MILEY CYRUS appeared at the MTV Europe Music Awards in Amsterdam over the weekend . . . and once again did everything she possibly could to get attention.
She performed twice. At the beginning of the show she sang about 90 seconds of "We Can't Stop".
She had her little person twerker onstage with her . . . but this time she was dressed head-to-toe in latex. And Miley GROPED HER BREAST.
Later on she sang "Wrecking Ball" . . . in an outfit that gave her MAJOR CAMEL TOE.
Miley also won Best Video for "Wrecking Ball" . . . and during her acceptance speech she pulled a joint out of her purse and lit it.
Justin Bieber Was Kicked Out of a Hotel in Argentina Because His Fans Were Wrecking the Place
JUSTIN BIEBER was reportedly kicked out of the Hotel Faena in Buenos Aires, Argentina . . . because his fans were camping outside the place and causing all kinds of damage.
And other hotels didn't want him . . . because they didn't want to deal with that insanity. Justin had a sold-out gig in Buenos Aires yesterday. There's no word where he and his crew ended up staying.
Speaking of that show, Justin Tweeted yesterday that he had FOOD POISONING. But then he later added, quote, "Not feeling so good. Actually pretty sick. Pulling it together. Argentina we got a show to do. Love u."
Did Tom Cruise Say Making Movies Is As Hard as Fighting in Afghanistan?
TOM CRUISE recently launched a $50 million lawsuit against a tabloid publisher over stories that he abandoned his daughter Suri after splitting with her mom, KATIE HOLMES.
And during a deposition, Tom compared making movies to fighting in Afghanistan. He said, quote, "That's what it feels like. And certainly on this last movie, it was brutal. It was brutal."
But Tom's lawyer Bert Fields says Tom was NOT saying his job is as difficult as that of a soldier fighting overseas. He says, quote, "What Tom said, laughingly, was that sometimes, 'That's what it feels like.'"
He also says video of the deposition shows the questioner asking Tom if he thinks the two situations are comparable, and Tom says, quote, "Oh, come on."
He added that Tom is, quote, "a staunch supporter of our troops."
Celine Dion's Current Life Status: Alive
It seems like EVERY day there's a new celebrity death hoax happening on social media. And over the weekend, it was CELINE DION.
According to various reports, Celine bit it in either a car accident or a plane crash.
Anyway, Celine shut the rumor down . . . convincingly . . . by releasing a statement saying, quote, "It's freaky because I have to call my family about it . . . I was getting these phone calls saying there was stuff on Facebook that I was dead."
She added, quote, "But I'm glad I'm not dead!"
Alanis Morissette's "Jagged Little Pill" Is Being Turned Into a Broadway Show
ALANIS MORISSETTE is turning her 1995 album, "Jagged Little Pill", into a Broadway musical. The show will feature all 12 songs from the album, plus some stuff from her other albums and some new material.
Alanis says, quote, "I look forward to taking the heart of 'Jagged Little Pill' and expanding its story . . . fleshing it out into ever deeper layers of emotionality, specificity, humanity, power, physicality, spirit, and fabulism."
This thing is still early in development, and there's no word on plot or casting.
"Thor" Topped the Box Office With $86 Million
"Thor: The Dark World" was the only new movie in theaters this weekend, giving it the easy win at the box office. It made just over $86 million in its first three days of release, about $20 million more than the original made when it came out in 2011.
When you add in international ticket sales, "Thor: The Dark World" has made $327 million worldwide.
Here are this week's Top 5 movies:
1. (NEW) "Thor: The Dark World", $86.1 million.
2. "Bad Grandpa", $11.3 million. Up to $78.7 million in its 3rd week.
3. "Free Birds", $11.2 million. Up to $30.2 million in its 2nd week.
4. "Last Vegas", $11.1 million. Up to $33.5 million in its 2nd week.
5. "Ender's Game", $10.3 million. Up to $44 million in its 2nd week.