Bieber on private jet with female companion

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Sunday, December 23, 2012

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Could it be a secret rendezvous for Justin and Selena? Justin Bieber was spotted hopping into a private jet at an airport in Van Nuys, Los Angeles, on Wednesday, with a female guest who was keen to avoid attention. The Canadian singer arrived at the airport in a large black van and wearing a backwards white baseball cap, blue plaid shirt and large gold chain necklace. Next to arrive was the 18-year-old's female companion in a sporty black Lexus coupe.Bieber kept his eyes on the photographers nearby, seemingly orchestrating the entire event. When he deemed it safe, the short and thin brunette -- who appeared to look a lot like his on-again-off-again flame Selena Gomez -- jumped out from the passenger's seat and dashed across the runway. The woman made sure to cover up, draping a green coat over her face and upper body and covering her bottom half with a large black purse. The pair then made their way onto the private jet with a handful of large American Apparel shopping bags behind them. On Monday, Selena was spotted in Burbank, Los Angeles, just miles from the location of their secret Wednesday meeting. But the young sweethearts have reportedly called it a day, again, after only recently reconciling following another split. According to Perez Hilton, the reason behind the latest parting is down to Justin's growing friendship with Selena's ex-boyfriend.

— Daily Mail

Parker steps out with immaculately dressed twins

We all came to know and love her as the fashion-savvy columnist Carrie Bradshaw in Sex and the City, and for her stunning red carpet appearances. And it seems Sarah Jessica Parker is happy to pass on the style tips to her twin daughters, Marion and Tabitha. The actress stepped out of her New York apartment last Wednesday with her cute girls in tow, who looked every inch the Park Avenue princesses in their trendy little outfits. While Parker, 47, wasn't looking like her personal best in a frumpy purple coat that she teamed up with white cropped jeans and nude kitten heels, her twins took over the style spotlight in their chic looks.

Three-year-old Marion and Tabitha wore matching white tights and Mary Janes, which were teamed up with stylish colourful coats and skirts. The icing on the cake of the toddlers' immaculate outfits were the cute ribbons they both sported in their long blonde locks, which they no doubt inherited from their famous mother. Making sure they were warm enough in the New York chill, the girls' coats were appropriately buttoned up as they held their mum's hand and went about their day. The 47-year-old star was bundled up earlier in the day in a knitted cap and puffer coat as she wrapped the banisters leading to her family home in greenery and hung wreathes on the doors.

— Daily Mail

Claire Danes welcomes baby boy

Claire Danes has welcomed her first child with husband Hugh Dancy. The 33-year-old actress gave birth to the couple's son, Cyrus Michael Christopher Dancy, last Monday. Her spokesperson confirmed the happy news to The Homeland star announced she was expecting in July. The actress told People the couple is looking forward to "getting to know our new Dancy" during the holidays. The 37-year-old English actor married the Romeo & Juliet actress in a secret ceremony in France in 2009. Danes recently told Anderson Cooper the couple was ecstatic to be expecting three years after their nuptials. There's no way of anticipating what that's going to mean for us but we are very excited,' she said. "We are going to love this person, I know that." The actress has plenty to celebrate going into the New Year. In addition to the baby, her Showtime drama Homeland is leading the way with four Golden Globe nominations, including a nod to Danes in the best actress category.

— Daily Mail





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