It was a big deal when rumors first started about Justin Bieber and Kourtney Kardashian making sweet music together.
In the past three weeks, headlines have speculated about these superstars supposedly hooking up, but neither celeb said a word about the gossip… until now!
Last month, the Biebs discussed the oldest Kardashian daughter for an interview with The Bert Show, but the radio program won't air his juicy comments until Wednesday.
But, luckily for us, People was able to obtain a brief exchange between the pop powerhouse and host Bert Weiss regarding keeping the momma-of-three Company!
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While responding to a suggestive headline, the 21-year-old joked:
"I'm being used, man. What can I say?"
Naturally, this prompted the on-air personality to cut through the bullsh*t and ask the singer straight-up if there was "anything there" with Scott Disick's ex.
The blonde babe confessed:
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Back in 1998, when Frankie Muniz and Shia LeBeouf were both 12-years-old, they had a falling out - and Muniz was on top of his game!
It seems Shia hasn't moved past that. While the movie star was promoting Wall Street 2 on The Bert Show this week, Shia was asked about the fact that the last of his six movies have opening in first place.
"While that's flattering as hell, you could have put Frankie Muniz into any the movies I've been in and those movies would have still been number one," he responded.
The radio host wondered what he would say to Frankie if he approached him at a party.
"I don't go to many parties and I don't really hang out in Frank Muniz-type zones," LaBeouf replied. Then, he continued to refer to Muniz as "the king" and "the chief."
Wow! And, of course, Frankie got wind of it! He took to his Twitter to address the Shia.
"Dear Shia Labeouf. It's getting creepy the fact that you can't stop talking about me. It's been 12 years now. I don't know you. Thanks."
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