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Just when we think Justin Bieber is growing up, his bad-boy behaviour starts all over again. The Canadian pop export is allegedly a suspect in a vandalism investigation currently being conducted by the L.A. County Sheriff's department. Police reportedly responded to complaints from one of Bieber's neighbours in a Calabasas suburb on Thursday night. The neighbour, with whom Bieber has had previous run-ins, says the singer launched an all-out egg assault against him and claims he witnessed Biebs himself hurling eggs.

Source: TMZ

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Is a rap career in the cards for Canadian-born Jeopardy host Alex Trebek? The 73-year-old native of Sudbury, Ontario, set Twitter ablaze this week after he began spouting the lyrics of rap legends Dr. Dre, Notorious B.I.G. and the Beastie Boys during a Jeopardy taping. Trebek was reading clues from a category titled "It's a Rap," when he began spouting the lyrics of Grandmaster Flash's 1982 hit The Message.

Source: CBC


If you're trying to eat healthy this year, steer clear of restaurants. New U.S. research reveals that restaurant meals for adults at full-service chains topped the daily recommended levels for sodium and that many meals also provided a full day's calories in a single sitting. Researchers analyzed nutrients from 21 different restaurants, including Red Lobster, Dennys and Pizza Hut, and found that adult meals (appetizer, entrée and appetizer) averaged 75 per cent to 100 per cent of calories for an entire day. The average adult meal also exceeded daily recommended sodium levels by 153 per cent.

Source: CBC


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A Canadian woman who fell off a horse and woke up with a Scottish accent is writing a book about her experience. Ontario native Sharon Campbell-Rayment fell off a horse in 2008 and lost her voice for several days after the accident. When she regained her speech, the mother-of-two suddenly had a Scot accent and was using words like "wee," "grand" and "brilliant." Doctors originally diagnosed concussion, but later said that Campbell-Rayment had a rare disorder known as foreign accent syndrome, which affects only 60 people worldwide.

Source: The Mirror


Pregnancy isn't slowing down Drew Barrymore. The 38-year-old actress is currently expecting her second child and looked glamorous in a gauzy yellow maternity gown while presenting an award at the People's Choice Awards earlier this week. "I'm feeling very, very happy. Happy and healthy," Barrymore recently told People magazine. Barrymore has also been tapped to contribute stories on food, travel and beauty as editor-at-large for the women's website Refinery29.

Source: Hollywood Life


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Nobody needs to teach actress Michelle Rodriguez how to have a good time. The Lost star was spotted kissing and cuddling with model Cara Delevingne while the pair took in an NBA game between the New York Knicks and Detroit Pistons earlier this week. Rodriguez, 35, and Delevingne, 21, also puffed on e-cigarettes and posed repeatedly for selfies while sitting in their courtside seats at Madison Square Garden. Rodriguez also posed for a picture with actor Kellan Lutz – both with tongues sticking out – which she later posted to Instagram with the caption: "Get out the licks for the Knicks."

Source: CBS News

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