AMANDA BYNES IS BACK ON TWITTER: Amanda Bynes tweeted on Wednesday (August 24th) for the first time since February. She offered an update on her life to her followers writing, "Hi everybody! I haven't tweeted in a long time and I want to say hi! I've been really busy at FIDM, and I just finished my midterms. I am really loving school and I feel that I am learning a lot. I enjoy all of my classes and my teachers are excellent. I'm really appreciative of all that FIDM is giving me. I've been in school learning about the fashion business so I don't have time to tweet. FYI, this Twitter account is the only communication media that I am using. No other Twitter accounts or websites are mine! I only have this one. I don't know why some people use my photos or try to pose as me, but they do. Please don't be confused or believe any of them. This is me! The verified, real, authentic and actual Amanda Bynes. Accept no substitutes! I really wish Twitter would take the account in question down, I'm not sure why they are refusing to do so." It has been rumored that Amanda secretly tweets from an account called @PersianLa27.
JAMES CORDEN REFLECTS ON GROWING UP FAT: James Corden reveals in the new issue of Rolling Stone that he was bullied about his weight growing up but that only pushed him to work harder toward his goals. He tells the magazine, "If you're big at school, you've really got two choices. You're going to be a target. If you go to school and you're me, you go, Right, I'm just going to make myself a bigger target. My confidence, it will terrify them.' That's how I felt in school. Inside, you're terrified. But if you're a bit funny, if you're quicker than them, they won't circle back on you again." He also says of Hollywood's view of heavy people, "I could never understand when I watch romantic comedies...the notion that for some reason unattractive or heavy people don't fall in love. If they do, it's in some odd, kooky, roundabout way -- and it's not. It's exactly the same. I met my wife; she barely owned a television and worked for Save the Children. We sat down one night and we fell in love and that was it."
JOHN KRASINSKI LOVES 'THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA': John Krasinski admits that his guilty pleasure romantic comedy is The Devil Wears Prada. He reveals in a new interview with Elle, "I can honestly say, before I met Emily, it was The Devil Wears Prada. That one dosed me in a really big way. Everybody looks like they're having a blast. Everybody's wearing great clothes. When we first started dating, I didn't know that she was coming over and I was watching it, and she was like, 'Oh, what are you watching?' -- and I quickly changed the channel to something dude-like." He also recently told E! News, "There was one day when it was on and I said it was so good and Emily said, 'Have you seen this movie?' I said, 'A lot of times.' She said, 'That's so sweet, but how many times?' Luckily, we had been dating for about a year so there was a lot of trust built up and I said, 'Like 75.'"
BLAC CHYNA AND KYLIE JENNER ARE ON GOOD TERMS: There is no more beef between Blac Chyna and Kylie Jenner. Sources tell TMZ that Chyna was not bothered at all by a recent photo of Kylie spending time with Tyga and their son, King. She is also reportedly on good terms with the entire Kardashian/Jenner family as her due date approaches.
MISCHA BARTON ADDRESSES MOVIE DRAMA: Mischa Barton took to Twitter on Wednesday (August 24th) to address the rumor that she cost movie producers over $300,000 for failing to show up for filming on a film she landed the lead in. She wrote, "To the articles that have emerged in the news about me skipping on a movie role in 2014 to be on holiday in Europe is all made up rubbish. I never made a deal to appear in Mr. Lief's film in 2014 nor received a single dime. This is a case of slander by the reporter from a former case of fraud and forgery from my now former manager which hurts me to even share." The movie was actually released last year with Divergent actress Justine Wachsberger as the lead actress.
JENNA DEWAN AND CHANNING TATUM WILL FORCE THEIR DAUGHTER TO LOVE 'STEP UP': Channing and Jenna Dewan-Tatum have every intention of making their daughter Everly love their 2006 movie, Step Up. Jenna jokes in the new issue of Women's Wear Daily, "We keep saying we are going to force feed Step Up to Everly. Like, 'You have to watch. You have to see where you came from.'" She also reveals that the three-year-old may be a future dancer saying, "Everly's a very free-spirited little kid. She likes to run around and do her own thing. But she loves a tutu and she will put on three or four and go around the house and do little shake moves."