Justin Bieber carved out time in his busy schedule of collapsing onstage, lunging at paparazzi, fighting with neighbors, putting gel in his hair and looking tough to visit former lady love Selena Gomez.

As you may recall, the "Baby" singer's first love broke his heart for the first time back in January. But Wednesday afternoon, Justin swung by the "Spring Breakers" star's place and stayed an hour, an eyewitness tells Us.

The visit came before JB headed to Germany for a concert, and amid a landscaper corroborating a story from Justin's Calabasas, Calif., neighbor that the pop star spit in the neighbor's face when he came over to complain about noise.

A source told People earlier this month that Selena "doesn't like hearing the negative stuff" about Justin's increasingly erratic behavior. "It saddens her. She wants the best for him. But every day she is more and more comfortable with her decision [to split]."

This is an instance, Selena, when you shouldn't leave your comfort zone.

Don't forget to breathe ... or apply mascara

Hey, Kim Kardashian, you can return that copy of "What to Expect When You're Expecting" to the library. Snooki's here to give you the advice you really need.
"Kim, first impressions are everything, so when you meet your baby for the first time, you have to look flawless," the mother of 6-month-old Lorenzo tells Kim in a new clip for the MTV show "Snooki & JWoww."

"If your face isn't already made up when your water breaks, you have plenty of time to do it in the hospital when you're waiting to dilate," says the fiancee of Jionni LaValle. "I waited 27 hours, and the whole time I was just putting on makeup and watched cartoons."

Kim, who's carrying Kanye West's baby, should make sure her "mascara is waterproof because you're going to cry from the pain of a baby coming through your vagina, and also when you meet your baby for the first time."

Quick Takes

Rob Kardashian took the memory card of a photographer snapping pics of him changing in the garage of his West Hollywood gym, TMZ says.

Barbara Walters, who's an 83-year-old woman underneath all that Vaseline, will be leaving "The View" next May, Deadline Hollywood reports.

TMZ says Maria Shriver's neighbors are telling her to drop the Clark W. Griswold act and take down her Christmas lights already.

What the Stars Are Tweeting

"Lincoln Bell Shepard is here. She has mom's beauty and dad's obsession with breasts. Hooray!"
- Dax Shepard, on his new daughter with fiancee Kristin Bell. Lincoln Bell Shepard arrived Thursday.

Say What?

"Everyone at the time was like, 'You're so lucky you kissed Brad Pitt,' but I thought it was disgusting. I didn't kiss anyone else until I was 16, I think. I was a late bloomer."
- Kirsten Dunst, to Bullett magazine, on kissing Brad Pitt in 1994's "Interview With the Vampire." Brad was 30 back then, and Kirsten was just 11 years old.

Friday Flashback

1959: "Some Like It Hot" opens in theaters. The Billy Wilder-directed screwball comedy starred Tony Curtis and Jack Lemmon as two men in drag to hide from gangsters -- and Marilyn Monroe, whose character walks, in the famous words of the drag duo, "like Jell-O on springs." Roger Ebert described "Some Like It Hot" as "one of the enduring treasures of the movies," and in 2000 the American Film Institute named it the greatest American comedy of all time.

Happy birthday for March 29:

Actress-singer Megan Hilty is 32.
Country singer Brady Seals is 44.

Country singer Regina Leigh of Regina Regina is 45.

Actress Lucy Lawless is 45.

Singer-harmonica player John Popper of Blues Traveler is 46.

Model Elle Macpherson is 50.

Comedian Amy Sedaris is 52.

Singer Perry Farrell of Porno for Pyros and Jane's Addiction is 54.

Actor Christopher Lambert ("Highlander") is 56.

Actor Brendan Gleeson ("Harry Potter") is 58.

Singer Bobby Kimball of Toto is 66.

Composer Vangelis ("Chariots of Fire") is 70.

Comedian Eric Idle is 70.

Host John McLaughlin ("The McLaughlin Group") is 86.