Justin Bieber never re-wears underwear
Justin Bieber never wears the same pair of underwear twice because he gets sent so many pairs by Calvin Klein.
The 21-year-old star was announced as the new face of Calvin Klein underwear in January and has now revealed he gets sent so many pairs of the briefs by the brand, he refuses to wear them multiple times.
During a segment on 'The Late Late Show', host James Corden asked the rapper: "Do they send you unlimited Calvin Kleins? Do you just wear them once and throw them away?"
Justin then confessed: "They send me a lot, boxes and boxes of Calvin Kleins... Yeah, I definitely don't wear them twice. There's so many."
The 'Boyfriend' hitmaker will be hoping his box fresh undies will be enough to seduce 19-year-old make-up artist Jayde Pierce, who is reportedly the singer's latest love interest.
Although the pair have not commented on rumours of their relationship, they have been pictured hanging out together on numerous occasions in the past few weeks, enjoying a dinner date, a hike at Runyon Canyon in Los Angeles and trips to the gym together.
However, Justin - who split with long-term girlfriend Selena Gomez last year after four years of dating - has recently been romantically linked to model Kendall Jenner, as well as Australian model Shanina Shaik who one source close to the singer described as his "dream girl".
The source said: "Justin liked Kendall, but he is really into Shanina Shaik. Justin's definitely hooked, Shanina is his dream girl."
Pamela Anderson wants to date multiple men
Pamela Anderson intends to date multiple men now she is single again, having recently divorced Rick Salomon for a second time.
The 47-year-old model recently divorced husband Rick Salomon for the second time, and opened up about how she wants her love life to be now she is single again.
While appearing on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Thursday she laughed at the idea of seeing "someone new," to which Ellen said, "Don't make a face like that. You're gonna date people, aren't you?"
But the blonde beauty surprised the host with her response, smiling and saying, "Plural. Yes."
Although the former 'Baywatch' star has been married four times to three different men - Rick, Kid Rock and Tommy Lee - she insisted she still hasn't ruled out the idea of getting hitched again in the future.
When asked if marriage is something she'd consider again, she explained: "I don't know. Who knows? It's the romantic notion.
"You never know!"
And while she has experienced a rocky time with relationships in the past few years, Pamela said her sons Brandon, 18, and Dylan Lee, 17, are the only men she needs in her life because they're "real sweethearts".
She added: "They're great kids. I'm really fortunate because it could have been a disaster," Anderson said with a laugh. "I mean, they're genetically loaded. And I'm so proud of them. They're such gentlemen, and they're good to their girlfriends and they spoil everybody rotten. And they spoil me rotten! They're just real sweethearts."
Brad Pitt and Angelina's beach home in danger
Brad Pitt and Angelina's Santa Barbara home at risk of being flooded by 21,000 gallon oil spillage.
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's multi-million dollar beach ranch is at risk as an uncontrollable oil spillage causes a state of emergency in California.
The Hollywood couple - who own the $5 million property boasting 11-acres of land - find their home at risk from the 21,000 gallon oil spill, which is just 1.5 miles along the Californian coastline, at El Capitan State Beach.
The Californian Governor, Jerry Brown called a state of emergency yesterday and announced they would "quickly mobilise all available resources".
He told DailyMail.com: "We will do everything necessary to protect California's coastline."
Brad, 51 - who has children Maddox, Zahara, Pax, Knox, Vivienne and Shiloh with Angelina - is said to use the beach house, which he purchased for $4 million in 2000, mainly for vacations.
America's The National Weather Service has reported westerly winds will force the oil to spread rapidly, increasing the chances of causing damage to their beach facing house.
A representative for Santa Barbara authorities said: "I am deeply saddened by the images coming from the scene at Refugio. This incident is yet another stark reminder of the serious risks to our environment and economy that come from drilling for oil."
However, this is not the only time the film stars have been in the headlines for environmental issues.
The 'World War Z' actor was previously blasted by furious locals when he took his children onto the beach on quad bikes.
One angry resident said: "I am not sure if it is illegal to drive on the beach in Santa Barbara County but it is certainly reprehensible."
George Clooney moving to UK in summer
George Clooney and his wife Amal are planning to move into their new £10 million mansion in south east England by the "end of summer".
The 'Tomorrowland' star has revealed he and his wife, Amal, 37, will relocate to their expansive 1600s property in the picturesque village of Sonning, 40 miles outside of London, by September.
The 54-year-old actor can't wait to get settled in the £10 million estate with his human rights lawyer spouse, but added he won't be able to reside there permanently as he will still have to fly back and forth to Los Angeles to fulfil his acting commitments.
He told USA Today: "It will be done by the end of the summer and we'll be in it. And we'll sort of go back and forth between L.A."
George added his new pad is a world away from the hustle and bustle of Hollywood.
He explained: "It's very different. And the town has been so welcoming to us. There's a pub that we walk to, we walk through a graveyard to (get there). It's fantastic."
The hunky actor is clearly planning on spending a lot of time at his local after he confessed to stocking the premises with his own brand of Casamigos tequila upon discovering they didn't sell his favourite drink.
He said: "There's this great pub we go to. It's fantastic and we drink all kinds of pints and things. I bought them a few bottles of my tequila - I deliver now."