The Second Video of Justin Bieber Being Racist Is Out
As expected, there's another video of a young JUSTIN BIEBER saying the N-word. This time, he changes the lyrics of his song "One Less Lonely Girl" to "One Less Lonely [N-word]".
The 28-second clip shows Justin gleefully singing, "One less lonely [N-word], one less lonely [N-word] . . . if I kill you, I'll be part of the KKK, then there will be one less lonely [N-word]."
TMZ says Justin was 14 at the time . . . and that Justin's handlers intentionally allowed it to surface online, because he wants to "own up to what he did."
This comes just days after Justin apologized for another video, where he tells a racist joke that includes the N-word. His excuse was basically that he was just a kid at the time, and has since learned how much certain words can hurt.
Supposedly, the people who had the videos have tried to extort Justin over the years, but the shakedown never worked. It sounds like there aren't any MORE of these videos . . . but at this point, who knows.
Justin hasn't directly commented on the second racist video . . . but he did post a photo of some Bible passages on Instagram. There are three verses . . . two from the book of John and one from Isaiah . . . and all of them deal with forgiveness and salvation for your sins.
Melissa McCarthy Couldn't Get Anyone to Make Her an Oscar Dress
MELISSA MCCARTHY says she was inspired to start a plus-size clothing line because she had trouble finding a designer who'd make her an Oscar dress.
It inspired her to start her own plus-size clothing line. She tells "Redbook" magazine, quote, "When I go shopping, most of the time I'm disappointed.
"Two Oscars ago, I couldn't find anybody to do a dress for me. I asked five or six designers . . . very high-level ones who make lots of dresses for people . . . and they all said no."
In case you care, the designer who finally took the job was Daniela Kurrle . . . And she's made several dresses for Melissa since.
Charlize Theron Left a $96 Tip on a $4 Yogurt
CHARLIZE THERON went into a Pinkberry yogurt shop in Hollywood WITHOUT ANY MONEY, and ordered a chocolate hazelnut with chocolate shavings. And she told the woman behind the counter she'd be back to pay the $3.75 tab.
Well, she DID come back, driven by her boyfriend SEAN PENN. She gave the woman a HUNDRED-DOLLAR BILL, and told her to keep the change. That's a $96.25 tip.
Will Ferrell and Mark Wahlberg Are Teaming Up Again
WILL FERRELL and MARK WAHLBERG are teaming up again for a new comedy called "Daddy's Home".
Ferrell will play a guy who's trying to become a good stepdad to his wife's kids. But then their, quote, "freewheeling, freeloading" father, played by Wahlberg, shows up to complicate things.
Ferrell and Wahlberg previously starred in the 2010 comedy "The Other Guys".
Mariah Carey Debuts at #3 With The Lowest Selling Album of Her Career
MARIAH CAREY earned her 17th Top 10 album with "Me. I Am Mariah . . . The Elusive Chanteuse". It moved 58,000 copies to hit #3 on the Billboard 200 chart . . . and marks one of the lowest album debuts of her career. Meanwhile, COLDPLAY holds onto #1 for a second week, after selling another 83,000 copies of "Ghost Stories". It's now sold 466,000 copies in two weeks.
Here are this week's Top 10 albums . . .
1. "Ghost Stories", Coldplay (83,000 copies)
2. "Just As I Am", Brantley Gilbert (65,000 copies)
3. (NEW) "Me. I Am Mariah . . . The Elusive Chanteuse", Mariah Carey (58,000 copies)
4. The "Frozen" soundtrack (58,000 copies)
5. (NEW) Austin Mahone's debut EP, "The Secret" (46,000 copies)
6. "Now! That's What I Call Music 50" (41,000 copies)
7. "Xscape", Michael Jackson (35,000 copies)
8. "Turn Blue", The Black Keys (32,000 copies)
9. (NEW) "Neon Steeple", Crowder (22,000 copies)
10. "The New Classic", Iggy Azalea (18,000 copies)