Bieber gets off, Meyers leaves SNL and an actor dies
What is going on with the Biebs?
O….M…G it has defi nitely been the week of Justin Bieber, after getting busted for a DUI on Jan. 23 by being pulled over for drag racing, this week’s reports proves neither of the above were true. According to TMZ.com, his drug alcohol level was actually way below the legal level and read a .04. Only a few days later on the Jan. 29, he was charged with assault for his alleged attack on a limo driver in Toronto last December. The next day he was charged $5,000 for leaving the fi ve-bedroom house he rented smelling like nothing but pot. To top it all off after arriving in New Jersey for the Super Bowl in his private jet, he was immediately held by cops for questioning because they smelled marijuana. He was questioned for fi ve hours by customs because of his two current charges before being released. Oh boy. Poor Bieber defi nitely went through a lot this week. Hope it gets better next week.
Bye Bye Seth!
Last Saturday Night Live’s very own Seth Meyers said goodbye to “SNL” as he had his very last show. Meyers will move on to his own Late Night spot taking over for Jimmy Fallon as a result of him taking over Jay Leno’s spot. Meyers fi rst started with SNL in 2001 and took over from Tina Fey as head writer and became her cohost on “Weekend Update” in 2006 and has been there ever since. Entertainment Weekly reported that on his last episode, Meyers brought his cast member Cecily Strong to tears as she was telling him goodbye at the end of the “Weekend Update” segment.
R.I.P Philip Hoffman
Actor and playwright Philip Seymour Hoffman died this past Sunday after being found in his apartment with suspicion of overdose, as he was found on the fl oor in his bathroom with a needle sticking out of his arm. Hoffman had been reportedly been clean for 23 years and fell off the wagon in 2012. He had also checked himself into rehab last May as a preventative measure. The 46- year old Oscar winner is famous for his roles in movies like “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” and “Moneyball.” The police are still looking into the actor’s death to ensure no foul play.