Amid rumors that they're engagement is off, Miley Cyrus' maybe-sorta fiance, Liam Hemsworth, has spent the last couple of weeks hanging out with bro Chris Hemsworth in their native Australia. But the "Hunger Games" star is back in the States, prompting Miley to tweet, "Such a dope day."
Furthering her street cred, the "Party in the USA" singer posted a video of herself doing a twerk dance in a unicorn onesie. We tought twerking was cool meth lingo, but Miley's video suggests it means having standing intercourse with Casper the Friendly Ghost. Basically, she's booty dancing without a partner, and looks like, well, a dope.
Miley also tweeted a smiley face with the message "THE LAST SONG IS TRENDING." Film buffs will recall "The Last Song" as the 2010 Nicholas Sparks movie whose filming brought Miley, 20, and Liam, 23, together.
As attractive as these tweets and dances are, Liam, remember: There's no hope in dope.
Rush beefs with Beyonce
Keyshia Cole and Rush Limbaugh -- they're, like, the same person.
A day after the R&B star took to Twitter to diss Beyonce's new single, "Bow Down," for being anti-feminist, the conservative commentator took to the mic to offer a musicology lesson.
"[Destiny's Child] songs were attempts to inspire young women not to take any grief from men. She's done a 180," Rush said. "Beyonce, now having been married, having been impregnated and giving birth to Blue Ivy ... Beyonce is now saying, 'Go ahead and put up with it!' "
He continued: "You know why? I'll tell you why. Because she married a rich guy. She's even calling herself Mrs. Carter on the tour. ... She has shelved Beyonce. ... She now understands it's worth it to bow down."
The wife of Jay-Z -- real name Shawn Carter -- has taken a lot of flak for her new song's lyrics, including this choice section: "I know when you were little girls / You dreamt of being in my world / Don't forget it, don't forget it / Respect that / Bow down, bitches."
But Queen B seemed to see the criticism of her song coming. Elsewhere in "Bow Down," she emphasizes that she's still an independent woman: "I took some time to live my life / But don't think I'm just his little wife."
Freedom is his prerogative
Wow, taking speed speeds up everything.
Notorious drug fan Bobby Brown recently lived 55 days in only nine hours. The onetime singer showed up to jail Wednesday expecting to serve 55 days, but got out after .6 percent of his sentence. Whitney Houston's ex, busted for his third DUI -- and second in seven months -- was released because of overcrowding at the jail, law enforcement sources tell TMZ.
The "Being Bobby Brown" star has to wear an ankle bracelet, but still, being Bobby Brown must be nice.
Reunited after their cheating scandal, Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart were spotted at a karaoke bar. "Careless Whisper," anyone?
Lindsay Lohan will guest-star as a patient on Charlie Sheen's "Anger Management" before she spends 90 days in court-ordered rehab, E! reports.
Jenny McCarthy tells "Extra" that no, she's not replacing Joy Behar on "The View." Time for the Brooke Shields speculation to heat back up ...
Jennifer Lopez tweeted a photo of herself in a recording studio with Chris Brown. We can't wait for their collaboration. Not!
Tiger Woods said he and Lindsey Vonn went public about their relationship to "limit" the attention they were getting. Mm-hmm.
What the Stars First Tweeted
For Twitter's seventh birthday Thursday, the folks at E! compiled a list of various stars' first tweets. Our seven favorites:
Ellen DeGeneres: "Tis my first twitt-er. Or tweet? Twit? Or tweet? 'Twit or tweet everybody.' Is this anything?"
Oprah Winfrey: "HI TWITTERS . THANK YOU FOR A WARM WELCOME. FEELING REALLY 21st CENTURY ."
Taylor Swift: "apologizing to a very needy cat for being gone so long."
Neil Patrick Harris: "My first tweet, peeps. I apologize in advance for my slow learning curve. Nice to (sort of) meet you. It's amazing how quickly 140 charac"
Alec Baldwin: "My first tweet. Maybe I needed a glass of wine beforehand. I feel....so shy."
Billy Crystal: "JD Salinger once told me, 'If you want to keep in touch with your audience...tweet.' Here I am."
James Cameron: "ryan seacrest told me I had to get on Twitter. So here I am. First tweet. I feel younger already."
What the Stars Are Texting
"I don't know if you're old enough to remember that game 'Mike Tyson's Punch Out' but either way I'm gonna [bleep] you up when I see you like I did that little white boy in the game. You hear me you ostrich looking skinny cheffin' punk? Laugh now, cry later."
- Mike Tyson, to Roble Ali, star of Bravo's "Chef Roble & Co." Iron Mike pulled his punches in his next text: "Alright Roble you know I'm just [bleeping] with your punk ass right? you was scared as [bleep] weren't you???? I wouldn't even put the paws on your frail ass cause if I punched you one time you would shatter like a champagne glass against a brick wall." Roble, who posted the exchange on Instagram, started the whole thing by making fun of the boxer's lisp. He posted a photo of Mike holding two pigeons face to face, with the caption "Now Kith."
"You gotta be kidding me. I'm sorry, there's no way. I can't. I'm lactose-intolerant. ... That [would] live on YouTube forever."
- Anderson Cooper, to new mom Snooki, who offered him a shot of her breast milk on "Anderson Live." Before you hurl, though -- turns out it was just almond milk. There goes Anderson's biggest concern about drinking breast milk -- that it contains lactose.
Happy birthday for March 22:
Guitarist Lincoln Parish of Cage the Elephant is 23.
Rapper Mims is 32.
Drummer John Otto of Limp Bizkit is 36.
Actress Reese Witherspoon is 37.
Actress Kellie Williams ("Family Matters") is 37.
Actress Anne Dudek is 38.
Actor Matthew Modine is 54.
Singer-actress Stephanie Mills is 56.
Actress Lena Olin is 58.
Country singer James House is 58.
Sportscaster Bob Costas is 61.
Actress Fanny Ardant is 64.
Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber is 65.
News anchor Wolf Blitzer is 65.
Singer-guitarist George Benson is 70.
Singer Jeremy Clyde of Chad and Jeremy is 72.
Actor M. Emmet Walsh is 78.
Actor William Shatner is 82.
Composer Stephen Sondheim is 83.