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Joe Jonas has claimed Miley Cyrus and Demi Lovato encouraged him to try marijuana.
The squeaky clean star has said his fellow Disney Channel stars - who are both three years younger than him - pressured him into smoking a joint when they were teenagers. "The first time I smoked weed was with Demi and Miley. I must have been 17 or 18. They kept saying, 'Try it! Try it!' so I gave it a shot, and it was all right. I don't even smoke weed that often anymore," Joe, 24, told Vulture.
The singer also opened up about his rocky relationship with Demi, claiming the X Factor judge - who went to rehab for "physical and emotional issues" in 2010 - was actually struggling with full-blown "drug abuse" and he only stayed with her because he wanted to help her. "I really got to know her and got to see the ins and outs of what she was struggling with, like drug abuse. I felt like I needed to take care of her, but at the same time I was living a lie, because I wasn't happy but felt like I had to stay in it for her, because she needed help. I couldn't express any of that, of course, because I had a brand to protect," he recalled.
Will Ferrell claims he's a middle-aged version of One Direction.
The popular comedian feels akin to the British boy band because he has started to induce hysteria among teenage fans whenever he goes out in public. "We had gone out to dinner, and by the time we had left the restaurant, there was a mob of high-school kids outside. There was a panel that blocked part of the window and they were jumping up trying to look. I'm a 46-year-old version of One Direction. All five of them packed into one middle-aged guy," he joked, recalling one particular incident in Seattle.
The loud-mouthed star - who is returning to screens as hapless newsreader Ron Burgundy in the sequel to cult comedy Anchorman - insists he wasn't always so confident and used to be a painfully shy child: "I was extremely shy. I had to meet everyone and until I was comfortable with everyone. I didn't say a word. Once I got to speak, everyone saw my true colors. And it'd be like, 'Wait, you're funny!' It's not that I lacked confidence. I never felt the need to impress anyone, but I wanted to feel that I belonged."
Paul Walker and his friend were reportedly "not driving recklessly" when they were involved in a fatal car crash on Saturday.
The 40-year-old Fast & The Furious star passed away when the red Porsche Carrera GT, in which he was a passenger in with Roger Rodas, collided with a tree during a car show in Santa Clarita, California, that was organized to raise funds for victims of the recent typhoon in the Philippines and tornado in Indiana.
Jim Torp, who attended the event and knew Roger, told People.com that he did not think the duo were driving dangerously: "Roger was definitely behind the wheel. Roger slowly drove it out - he didn't take off recklessly. There were children around, after all. They were only gone for five or ten minutes and never came back... It was clear the car had hit two trees then finally hit a street lamppost. Parts of the car were strewn everywhere on the street, as far as 150 feet. I didn't see any skid marks. Where the car had crashed was on a long straightaway. How fast they were going, I don't know. Roger was not a reckless guy. He was a family man. He has a wife and two young children. He never did anything careless."
Lindsay Lohan is allegedly planning to sue the makers of Grand Theft Auto V.
The 27-year-old actress has reportedly instructed her lawyers to start drawing up a lawsuit against video game producers, Rockstar Games, as she claims they created a character that looks and acts like her without her permission. The video game cover features a blonde woman holding a phone, who is later chased by paparazzi, and Lindsay claims she was the inspiration. Another sequence sees the character in a building that is believed to represent the Chateau Marmont Hotel in Los Angeles, where Lindsay once lived and often partied at in the past.
Lindsay's legal representatives reportedly believe she could be awarded a large amount of compensation from the manufacturer, according to gossip website TMZ.com.
It was previously reported that the character was based on model Shelby Welinder, who previously told Nowgamer that she was hired by the video game producer through her agency to model for the advertisement last year. The character has also been compared to models Kate Upton and Candice Swanepoel in the past.
Octavia Spencer has no regrets about not having children.
The Fruitvale Station star admits her eggs are almost "past their expiration date," but insists she is "fine" with her decision to focus on her career instead of starting a family.
"I should be married and have 19 kids. And now I'm thinking my eggs are dying on the shelf. They're going to go past their expiration date. But it's what I chose, so I'm fine with that decision," the 43-year-old actress said, speaking at a roundtable discussion for The Hollywood Reporter.
Julia Roberts also participated in the interview, along with Amy Adams, Lupita Nyong'o, Emma Thompson and Oprah Winfrey, and confessed she felt she "earned" a break from Hollywood to start her family, including twins, Hazel and Finn, eight, and Henry, six, with husband Danny Moder after almost two decades of acting: "I had been working for 18 years when I had Hazel and Finn almost nine years ago. So I felt like I earned that time in my house and in my kitchen and in bed all day with these two little people. I felt that was my present to myself."
Ethan Hawke thinks most people have a "childish view" of monogamy.
The 43-year-old actor, who has two daughters, Clementine, five, and Indiana, three, with his wife Ryan Shawhughes, and two children, Maya, 15, and Levon, 11, with his ex-wife Uma Thurman, thinks there should be more to marriage than sexual fidelity but insists he is committed to his marriage.
"My relationship with my present wife is thrilling to me and I'm committed to it. But neither she nor I know what shape the future will come in. Sexual fidelity can't be the whole thing you hang your relationship on. If you really love somebody you want them to grow, but you don't get to define how that happens. They do," the Getaway star told the November issue of Mr. Porter magazine.
"People have such a childish view of monogamy and fidelity. 'He's cheated so he's bad, she's cheated so she's bad,' as opposed to a recognition that our species is not monogamous. To act all indignant, that your world has been rocked because your lover wasn't faithful to you, is a little bit like acting rocked that your hair went grey. Human beings are sexual beings," he added.
Paul Walker died in a car crash north of Los Angeles earlier this afternoon.
"He was a passenger in a friend's car, in which both lost their lives," Walker's rep confirmed. The actor - best known for starring in the Fast and the Furious films - was seated in the passenger side of a Porsche GT with his friend, en route to a charity event for his organization Reach Out Worldwide.
The crash occurred in Santa Clarita, CA, where the driver at some point lost control of the vehicle, causing it to crash into a post or a tree and quickly burst into flames. It is not yet known what caused the accident.
Sources have revealed that Paul was in Santa Clarita for a car show to support victims of Typhoon Haiyan and took a break to go for the fatal ride in a friend's Porsche GT.
Walker was 40 years old.
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Mila Kunis wants to have children with Ashton Kutcher and raise them in the Jewish faith.
The couple have the subject of speculation recently with reports claiming the actress is expecting their first baby - and it is said she wants any potential offspring to be raised in her own faith. "[Mila] definitely wants children with Ashton and wants to raise them in her Jewish religion... [He has] dabbled in Kabbalah, the practice of Jewish mysticism. But Mila's family is much more traditional and less Hollywood... Think Coney Island style Russian immigrants. They want Jewish babies and Mila wants to give them to her family. Tradition is very important to her," a source said.
The source also noted that the former That 70s Show co-stars are considering starting a family before they get married. "They want to have a baby now and it's far more important to them than getting married... It's a dream for Mila and Ashton, and even if he doesn't fully convert, he's very much into the idea of having little Jewish babies," the insider added.
Jennifer Lawrence says fame has ruined her personal life.
The Hunger Games: Catching Fire star claims her high-profile acting career has robbed her of her freedom and she regrets not being able to hang out in coffee shops any more without fans hounding her. "My personal life is now ruined. I've had to create a new one and get used to this new life. It's hard and it takes time, but I'm sure I will get it. I'm just mourning my old life. I miss that. I don't want to forget what it's like going to a coffee shop and people looking at me like a normal person. A part of me can't get used to it and it makes me sad," she said.
The 23-year-old actress - who landed an Oscar earlier this year for her performance in Silver Linings Playbook - is best known for her portrayal as selfless heroine Katniss Everdeen in The Hunger Games franchise, and she admits to feeling just as uncomfortable as her alter-ego when she was first thrust into the spotlight. "It is funny how she and I have made this trip together from the beginning. In the first movie they force her to wear make-up, wear dresses and people talk about things that she doesn't understand. I know exactly how she feels... I experienced the same thing. This can be a very weird world, but after a while, you're not afraid anymore and you can handle it," she explained.
Charlie Sheen has reportedly ordered Brooke Mueller out of his house.
The Anger Management star had bought his ex-wife a house near his own in a gated community in Los Angeles, but recently put it on the market for significantly less than the $4.8 million he paid for it, and has sent a letter through his lawyer demanding his former spouse move out.
It is unclear what will happen to Charlie's sons with Brooke - four-year-old twins Bob and Max - but they are currently under temporary guardianship of her brother, Scott. It is presumed Charlie will seek custody in family court.
Bob and Max were previously being looked after by Denise Richards - another of Charlie's ex-wives, with whom he has daughters Sam, nine and Lola, eight - but she had to give up the twins when they displayed "violent behavior." Earlier this week, Brooke make claims of child abuse against Denise, accusing her not only of mistreating Bob and Max, but also her own children and her adopted daughter Eloise, two.
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