Well, this should surely teach people not to mess with Selena Gomez!
However, that's no reason to get physical, gurl!
Ch-ch-check out the pap pushing vid...AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Can you smelllllll what The Rock is cooking?
It smells like patty cake to us!
Dwayne Johnson was on the set of his upcoming movie Hercules, dressed in FULL costume, when an adorable little girl pulled on his tunic and challenged him to a round of the clapping game!
Seven hells hath no fury like an Arya scorned!
Game of Thrones' Maisie Williams rightfully voiced her anger at British Airways for denying her access to their business lounge without an adult.
Uh, British Airways, you know you're dealing with one of the few remaining Starks, don't you?
Anyway, she can officially add British Airways to the list of Lannisters that she plans to get her revenge upon because she officially called them out on Twitter!
Hmm maybe she should have handed a British Airways representative and whispered "Valar Morghulis."
Read her epic rant…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
What better way to get those inner feelings out than by ranting about it on Twitter?
That's what Jordin Sparks did!
The 24-year-old candidly expressed her feelings about the music industry and you can just feel her frustration!
Although American Idol did help her launch her musical career, the road to success wasn't sunshine and rainbows from then on out.
Jordin's latest Twitter-spree addresses some of the questions people have been hounding her with and briefly touches on new music and why it's taking so long to come out!
It seems like the Environmental Protection Agency’s Office of Water is one of the many people who just can't stop playing the game!
Last night one of the employees tweeted from the wrong Twitter handle (we assume) and the world was given the HIGHlarious gem (above) which got over 3,000 tweets prior to it disappearing!
Hmmm… surprising that the government is only a C-List star in the game… As Willow Pape would say: #Illuminati #Obamacare
However, EPAWater got rid of the tweet after THREE HOURS of it floating around the Twitterverse, (lol) but the delay in deleting isn't even the best part.
The agency stepped it up a level in their apology, saying:
First of all, it's kind of shocking that Allure magazine had the audacity to call anyone basic, especially in light of the word's current connotation!
When someone uses "basic" to describe a person these days, they're most likely referring to the term "basic b*tch" — which, in case you were unaware, is not a compliment.
But despite all this, Allure decided to label Lauren Conrad as "basic" in one of their articles, describing her in the accompanying blurb as follows: