Justin Bieber was just rear-ended! Ew, not THAT way!
And you KNOW how much Justin LOVES photographers.
Justin afterwards invoked Princess Diana in a tweet he sent out to his followers about the incident:
[Image via Twitter.]
Wowzers! This is one seriously impressive guest list!!
The two British bros were spotted hitting up Chakana nightclub in central London where they went H.A.M. for the Treats! magazine launch party!!
But if this bromance isn't enough to get you going, they weren't the only A-listers attending the event!
Jeez! Who WASN'T at this event??
Ch-ch-check out more pics of the budding bromance (below)
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But the former husband and wife didn't let that little fact stop them from celebrating a HUGE milestone in their son's life!
Their collective son Rocco recently just celebrated his Bar Mitzvah, and his parents were there for him not just at the ceremony, but at the pre-party as well.
Talk about development hell!
A big-screen adaptation of the '60s TV classic The Man From U.N.C.L.E. has long been rumored to be in the works, with talent like Steven Soderbergh and George Clooney's names attached at various points, but it had FINALLY seemed like production would be getting off the ground when Guy Ritchie signed on to direct and Tom Cruise agreed to star as Napoleon Solo!
However, the actor has reportedly thrown a wrench into the mix by dropping out at the last minute!
Sources close to the situation reveal that
Remember those Disney sing-a-long songs with the bouncing ball?
Oh yeah, and you also get to see him pick his manties out of his juicy butt cheeks!
AHHHH! A wedgy's never looked so seksi!
What more is there to say!?
Watch David's Guy Ritchie-directed short (above)!!!
While The Wanted's original music video for their single, I Found You, maintained a bit of a Guy Ritchie-esque gangster film aesthetic, our delicious gentleman friends from across the pond have now decided to release a NEW version of the clip…one that harkens back to Paul McCartney, John Lennon, George Harrison and Ringo Starr's now legendary performance on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1964!
Give it a watch (above)!
SO MUCH FUN!
And TOO CUTE, right?!
Especially the last few seconds with Nathan! We DIE!
Although, we have to admit…
Just saying! LOLz!