Bullies, butterflies and ghosts

2010-11-06 00:00

JUSTIN Bieber gets bullied over the Internet. The 16-year-old singer insisted he doesn’t get upset by the jibes he receives as he always tries to see the funny side, but urged people not to stand by and let it happen.

He said: “Everybody goes through bullying. Everybody has, even me. On my YouTube page, there are so many haters. They just say crazy stuff. People are like, ‘Look at him, he puts helium in his voice before he sings’.

“You just have to laugh at yourself. It’s funny. There are so many bullies. It goes on so much. I think that you should … especially if you are a bystander, you definitely should help out because it could be you next.”

LADY Gaga believes she is being haunted by an “annoying” ghost named Ryan.

A member of her touring crew told the Daily Star newspaper: “She’s pretty terrified by this spirit, but more than anything he’s annoying her as he won’t leave her alone. He hasn’t been doing anything too violent or scary, but she’s freaked out by his presence.”

On a happier note, Lady Gaga (24) stunned drinkers at a pub when she serenaded a pair of newlyweds with an acoustic version of the Rolling Stones’ classic Gimme Shelter. The eccentric star jumped up to perform an impromptu song for Ewan and Julie Searle, from New Zealand, at The Raven pub in Chiswick, west London.

JENNIFER Aniston loves “the feeling of having butterflies” in her stomach that comes with falling in love. The former Friends actress — who has in recent years had a string of unsuccessful relationships with several famous men, including actor Vince Vaughn and musician John Mayer — admits the initial feeling of falling for someone is still her favourite thing, and she has not given up on finding the right man.

The 41-year-old actress insists she is not affected by media speculation about her love life, insisting that she actually enjoys reading rumours about herself in magazines.

 

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