This week's celeb feuds are all about diplomacy -- Xtina vs the Brits, and Bieber bad-mouthing Asia. C'mon guys, let's not start World War III.
The Wanted vs Christina Aguilera
Christina Aguilera can never seem to stay off our feud lists, and this week is no exception! Brit boy band The Wanted have officially made an enemy of the Voice host by flinging some unkind words her way on a New York radio station earlier this week.
"She's a total b___h," said Tom Parker. "She might not be a b___h in real life, but to us she was a b___h."
This is not the first allegation made against Aguilera for a -- ahem -- diva-ish attitude, and she's certainly made some pop-star enemies in the past. But still, is this the kind of British charm we've come to expect from these heartthrobs? "The rest of the judges were really nice, but she just didn't look at us or talk to us, d'you know what i mean?" Parker elaborated to TMZ. "We apologise for the comment, but common courtesy..." Still no word from Aguilera's camp about the "colorful" words.
The Wanted (AP)
Kristin Cavallari vs The Bears' Earl Bennett
It's news to no one that reality star Kristin Cavallari and Chicago Bears player Jay Cutler are expecting a baby. But one teammate -- receiver Earl Bennett -- let slip the baby's gender! "New toys, a baby on the way," Bennett said on The Boers & Bernstein show on Tuesday. "He's having a boy -- I'm excited for Jay. It's a great time."
And sources reveal that Cavallari is none too happy with the unplanned announcement -- but clearly the bean-spilling came from a place of enthusiasm. Right guys?
Cavallari and Cutler have been together since 2010, breaking up briefly before reuniting after their engagement in April 2011. Her pregnancy was announced in February.
Jay Cutler and Kristin Cavallari (AP)
Now now, we don't for a second think the President of the United States would actually engage in any real kind of celebrity beef. (He's probably got other stuff on his plate.) But Lindsay Lohan may have unintentionally thrown President Barack Obama a pretty hefty insult by showing up late to the White House Correspondents' Dinner in Washington D.C. One source revealed that the troubled celeb, 25, "just couldn't pull it together" in time to catch her flight from LAX, where fellow attendee George Clooney was on board.
Rumors that Lohan had been out late the previous night are unconfirmed, but this major snub comes just weeks after fellow stars -- including Rosie O'Donnell -- expressed concerns about the star's sobriety and sanity. And Lohan was acting very strange indeed when she finally made it to the White House: "In the ladies room an elderly Hispanic [woman] named Bianca was cleaning the stalls," a source revealed to the New York Post. "Tearing up, the front-paged blond actress felon said, 'You're too old to be doing this.' She reached into her purse, crumpled a $100 bill in her hand and gave it to the attendant."
Bieber vs The Fans
Justin Bieber dealt a major blow to thousands of fans in Indonesia when he referred to the nation -- in which he had recorded tracks for his new record -- as "some random country." At a press event in London, the pop star, 18, explained: "I recorded it in a studio. Some little place," Mr. Bieber continued, "They didn't know what they were doing."
Indonesia's 240 million population, and rank as Facebook's third largest national users, made it imperative that Bieber do some serious backpedaling, and fast. After the debacle, he tweeted: "One rumor I wont stand for is saying what me and my fans have isnt real. Indonesia I see you. i love u. I love ALL MY FANS."
Whatever you say, Justin.