Longtime couple Nick Gordon and Kristina Brown are married. (Maury Phillips / Getty Images)
People.com is reporting Bobbi Kristina Brown, 20, has married longtime beau Nick Gordon. The daughter of the late Whitney Houston and singer Bobby Brown supposedly tweeted Thursday, “@nickdgordon #HappilyMarried SO#Inlove if you didn't get it the first time that is” along with an Instagram photo of her with a wedding band. However, the tweet seems to have been deleted from her feed. Is the marriage real or a joke on the media? On Friday, Gordon tweeted, “Huh huh baby @REALbkBrown we are up. Let's see trouble we will cause today.” The couple has taken flak for their relationship as rumors have abounded that at some point Houston adopted Gordon, which Gordon and Kristina Brown have denied.
Retiring from life?
Actor Shia LeBeouf, who seems to live his life very publicly via Twitter as @thecampaignbook, tweeted early Friday that he’s going to ground: “In light of the recent attacks against my artistic integrity, I am retiring from all public life.” The former “Transformers” star has been keeping followers in the loop with links to legal documents regarding allegations that he plagiarized parts of his film short “HowardCantour.com” from “Justin M. Damiano,” by David Clowes. The actor continues to blame his actions on an addiction to lean, a cough syrup.
Egg on his face?
Justin Bieber is in the news again for supposed bad-boy antics. This time, according to gosssip site TMZ, the singer is accused of throwing eggs at his neighbor’s front door. Supposedly, Biebs stopped only briefly when the neighbor confronted him before tossing a few more and returning home.
Odds only locally in 'The Hunger Games' favor
“Catching Fire,” the second film in “The Hunger Games” franchise, beat out “Iron Man 3” as the No. 1 movie at the domestic box office in 2013, Variety reported. By how much did the film win? By a mere $400,000, according to Lionsgate, which reported a box office take of $409.4 million for the Jennifer Lawrence-starring film. “Iron Man 3” won the worldwide race, however, taking in $1.21 billion overall, with “Catching Fire” bringing in $838 million worldwide.
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