Justin Bieber Pays Fine In Brazil Graffiti Case
Justin Bieber’s wallet got him out of trouble in Brazil. The singer got busted back in 2013 after he tagged the wall of the abandoned former Hotel Nacional, and he was charged with "defacing a building or urban monument by graffiti or other means."
While Justin could have faced a year in jail for the crime, he instead paid a fine of $6,000, which was donated to a cancer hospital in Rio de Janeiro.
Ed Sheeran Explains His Desire To Be “Bigger Than Adele”
Ed Sheeran appeared on Megyn Kelly’s NBC show last night where he discussed his goal to reach Adele heights in the music biz. During a GQ interview earlier this year, Ed revealed his desire to sell 20-million copies of his latest record, "Divide," and be "bigger" than her in terms of success, but his comments weren’t exactly understood by a lot of people.
"I feel like me saying this, a lot of people were like, 'That's such an arrogant thing to say,'" Sheeran says. "I think you need to choose someone that's at the top of their game. Like, I probably won't sell 20 million records. And I probably won't ever be as big as Adele. But if you don't aim for the top of the mountain, how are you ever gonna get halfway?"
Of course many fans didn't exactly get his comments. "The problem is, my point never comes across with that. That quote is now just 'I want to be bigger than Adele,’” he notes. "The word Adele is just something that no one should f--- with, basically. If you put that in any sentence, prepare to be shut down.”
Stars Set For This Week’s MLB All-Star Game Festivities
Major League Baseball’s All-Star game takes place tomorrow at Marlins Park in Miami, Florida and several big name stars will be joining in on the fun.
Mr. Worldwide himself, Pitbull, is set to perform ahead of tonight’s All-Star Home Run Derby, while Bebe Rexha will sing the National Anthem before tomorrow night’s game.
Meanwhile, Jennifer Hudson performed last night at a private Stand Up To Cancer party in Miami Beach, with Lenny Kravitz set to perform tonight at the Major League Baseball Players Association party.