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Justin Bieber Will Stay In The U.S., And More Of ‘What’s Trending Today’ With Zahra

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Looks like the U.S. is keeping singer Justin Bieber.

The White House is apparently not planning to take action on a petition that aimed to get Bieber deported back to Canada. The petition, which garnered over 273,000 signatures, came after the singer’s arrest for allegedly drag racing under the influence last January.

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Embattled actress Lindsay Lohan made quite the revelation on last night’s finale of the highly-criticized OWN docu-series Lindsay. The 27-year-old star revealed that she suffered a miscarriage during the filming of the series. She didn’t give any other details, including the identity of the father, but said it was very hard on her mentally.

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Movie sequels usually don’t work out too well, especially when they come out decades later.

The sequel to Mrs. Doubtfire, which was released in 1993, is apparently in the works. Robin Williams will be back to play the granny who can “hip-hop, be-bop, dance ’til ya drop, and yo yo, make a wicked cup of cocoa.” One of the main characters in the movie, however, won’t be making an appearance. Mara Wilson, who played the younger daughter, tweeted that she won’t be involved, because “sequels generally suck.”

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