Calum McSwiggan is adamant that he's not faking his alleged attack.
"I went to the police and now apparently I'm a criminal."
However, the police have revealed that they have video
[Image via Calum McSwiggan/Instagram.]
More like Harry $$$tyles!
Although One Direction say they are on a "temporary" hiatus, the chances of them rebanding seem as thin as Styles' skinny jeans!
Well now, we're hearing more info about the 22-year-old's record deal, and judging from the numbers, there's no way in hell he's going back to 1D!
According to Hits Daily Double, there's a rumor circulating that the British babe's deal with Columbia is worth a whopping $80 million for three albums!
Apparently, Taylor Swift's ex ignited a bidding war, where Apple kicked things off with $25 million for one album. However, Columbia pulled through, and will produce Harry's albums.
Move over Zayn Malik! This town ain't big enough for the both of you!
[Image via WENN.]
Looks like Justin Bieber's having trouble staying on his feet during his Purpose World Tour!
During his show in Jacksonville, Florida on Wednesday, the Biebs took a tumble onstage while performing his smash single, Sorry!
The 22-year-old was playing in the giant puddle on the stage, kicking water back and forth with his dancers, when he fell flat on his back! Ouch!
Ch-ch-check it out (below)!
Between the slippery setting and J.B.'s recently-sprained ankle, we aren't entirely surprised he had a slight spill!
But luckily the Canadian crooner's backup dancers were there to help him up! And the acclaimed artist actually recovered quite nicely!
Once he was back on his feet, the gorgeous guy addressed the embarrassing accident, saying:
"Life's about taking falls and life's about getting back up!
Take a look (below)!
Let the controversy begin!
On Wednesday, Orange Is The New Black star Danielle Brooks sent out a tweet describing a potentially racist encounter from a recent first class flight.
According to Danielle, a gate attendant exclaimed "lucky you" once they realized she was flying first class. The insinuation is that Brooks had never flown first class before, or that her seat assignment was out of the norm or a stroke of luck.
The big issue here is that D.B.'s race might be the reason for the attendant's comment, a theory that many fans are divided on. While some people think the remark was an offhand comment, others believe it's an example of "casual racism" due to the disgusting bias of some people that women of color can't afford first class.
Check out the actress' original tweet about the situation (below)!
Debby Ryan may be dodging jail time, but she's not entirely off the hook!
And even though the Jessie star promptly issued an emotional apology for her actions, the 23-year-old still has to face the music!
On Thursday, the Disney Channel alum's two misdemeanor DUI charges were dropped in exchange for her no contest plea regarding her reckless driving charge.
So, the TV actress will be on probation for three years, will have to spend three months in a DUI program, and will have to do community service.
Miz Ryan will be back in court in September, so a judge can rule how much cash she has to cough up for damaging the other car.
[Image via Brian To/WENN.]
The long appeals process has finally led to a new trial for Adnan Syed.
The subject of the water cooler first season of the Serial podcast was previously sentenced to life after being convicted of murdering his high school girlfriend in 1999.
But on Thursday Baltimore Circuit Judge Martin Welch ruled Syed deserved a retrial due to his ineffective attorney.
Specifically, His Honor sited Christina Gutierrez's failure to cross-examine a cell phone expert whose testimony place Syed at the scene of the crime and to call potential alibi witness Asia McClain.
No new trial date has been set yet, but we imagine Sarah Koenig will be all over the trial for a new season of Serial.
What do YOU think of Adnan getting a new trial?
[Image via Serial.]
He's not the hero Netflix users deserve, but the one they need right now.
Earlier this year, Netflix pulled a fast one by increasing its longtime users' subscription fee of $2 per month — even though the older users were supposed to be grandfathered in to keep the same $7.99 fee they started off with.
But one customer isn't letting the streaming service get away that easily, and is suing the company for increasing its prices!
According to a class action lawsuit filed in California federal court on Wednesday, Netflix has "broken its contract" by increasing fees despite guaranteeing subscription prices would not increase. The complaint states: