Today in celebrity gossip: Bieber and Gomez are both in New York but at a safe distance from one another, the last Twilight film has sexily premiered, and a Bachelorette will soon be homeless.
Last night while walking to the subway in Brooklyn, you might, hypothetically, have found yourself suddenly amid a vast legion of shrieking, shivering, giggling and glowing tween girls and might have realized that, of course, Justin Bieber's show at the Barclays Center had just gotten out. You might have quickly thought "Oh how annoying," but then felt your heart soften at all the happy kids with their tired-looking moms having just had a Big Night, being out late on a school night and everything, every accidental passerby like you exchanging smiles and raised eyebrows at all the pre-teen mania in the air. And you also may have realized that, hey, these kids don't seem upset that Justin is no longer dating longtime girlfriend Selena Gomez at all. Why, they seem nothing but happy. Those nefarious little tweens! Little did they know, perhaps, that just across the river on the island of Manhattan, Selena Gomez was receiving an award from Glamour magazine. Yeah, you know Glamour's Women of the Year awards? She got one of those, because really Glamour gives them to whoever agrees to show up. But that's not the point, the point is that all that giddy joy in the air in Brooklyn and surely what was Selena's great pride at having won her certificate from the magazine could only be possible with these two in different boroughs. Or at least at a safe distance from one another. They were both out in Manhattan on Sunday night, Justin watching football in a private dining room at an Upper East Side Chinese restaurant, Selena downtown in SoHo at the club WiP. So they were far away from each other, but still awfully close for comfort. Let's keep them further apart than that. When Selena's in town, Justin should be off in Canada somewhere drinking more of that youth serum that's keeping the singer, 36, so well-preserved. And when Justin's in town Selena can be, I dunno, in Dayton? Stumbling around Milwaukee? It doesn't really matter where she is, just as long as she's not in the Big Apple with the old boy. It worked out last night and Sunday night, but just barely. In general, we should try to avoid such things. For the sake of the children. [Page Six]
From tween fan-mania to, oof, more grownup, far sadder obsession, we move to the final grand premiere of a Twilight movie, which happened last night. Yes all the series' beloved stars — Billy Burke, Elizabeth Reaser, Michael Sheen — stepped out in their finest last night in Los Angeles. Oh, and, right, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were on-hand too, looking appropriately sultry for the debut of the sex-filled film. Pattinson wore a glossy, fitted green suit, while Stewart wore a beige gown with big sheer cutouts that showed her underpants area, which she's allowed to do now that she's been made an honest vampire of. So that was it folks. No more. Twilight 5: Big Bad Eddie's Outrageous Occult Orgy opens on Friday and then we will not have to hear about another Twilight movie ever again. Nevermore. And, I'd guess, we won't have to hear about Stewpatz for much longer either, because there's no more marketing to be done anymore. I mean, there will be international premieres and the like, so we will have to endure a bit longer, but mostly we're done. We did it, guys! What a long strange trip it's been. Now let's sit back and wait for the next Hunger Games movie. Sigh. [Daily Mail]