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5. Justin Bieber, because an audience hurt his feelings again.

Now who's Sorry?
Now who's Sorry?
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Justin Bieber has always had a real love-hate relationship with his fans—they love him, and he hates them (and himself). Which leads to awkward situations like the one at his concert in Manchester, UK, on Sunday. Between songs, Biebs tried to engage the crowd in his trademark sexy, vaguely hostile banter, but they wouldn't hear it. Literally. The audience kept drowning him out with simultaneous cheering and booing. Eventually he couldn't take it anymore, and walked off the stage with an unceremonious mic drop.

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Poor Justin. Those screaming fans are what made him famous, and now he's been buried alive under the pressure of their love. Incidents like this have become familiar at his recent shows. At a concert in Birmingham last week, he pleaded with the Beliebers to please shut up:

Can you guys do me a favor? Can you guys just relax for about two seconds? I get it, I get it, but I’m like two feet away from you. And I can hear you. I appreciate all the love, it’s amazing. But can you show it in a different way? Screaming is just so obnoxious.

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Let it be known: the guy who once peed in a janitor's bucket backstage thinks screaming is "obnoxious." So next time you pay hundreds of dollars to see him whine out his YouTube songs, try and control yourself.


4. Chris Hemsworth, because he had to prove he and his wife are still together.

Who could divorce those eyes?
Who could divorce those eyes?
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Being a celebrity means having the whole world in your private business, even if you've never peed in a bucket in your life. So when Woman's Day Magazine Australia and other outlets started reporting that Chris Hemsworth (Thor) and his wife Elsa Pataky (not Thor) were on the outs, based on information from "inside sources," he was forced to set the record straight in the traditional celebrity way: a snarky Instagram.

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The caption reads:

Looking for a new wife according to @womansdayaus and other misleading outlets! Honey you still love me right?! @elsapatakyconfidential#thanksfortheheadsup

Pataky, a Spanish model/actress, posted her own pic to back up her hubby. And she upped the ante by including an adorable dog.

Ahora y siempre ! Always and forever!! 😉 @chrishemsworth

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That dog could keep any couple together.


3. Britney Spears, because she accidentally went from half-naked to mostly naked onstage.

She has even less luck with clothes than she has with men.
She has even less luck with clothes than she has with men.
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Britney Spears is deep into her Las Vegas residency, and the show is running like a well-oiled machine. But her wardrobe is another story. During Saturday's show, her Mad Max-style studded bra came unclasped partway through her rendition of Joan Jett's I Love Rock and Roll. Luckily, her ab-toting boy toy dancers were there to prevent her from flashing the whole crowd. It was eerily similar to another malfunction a year ago.

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You've got to give it to Brit—she's a pro. She didn't even stop lip-syncing while she was struggling to keep her nipples covered.


2. A guy who was arrested because cops mistook his donut icing for meth.

You'd think cops would know donuts when they saw them.
You'd think cops would know donuts when they saw them.
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Last December, Orlando man Daniel Rushing was pulled over for speeding. Cops found a few flakes of a "rock-like substance" on the floor of his car, and because it's Florida, they asked him if it was crystal meth. No, he insisted, it was from Krispy Kreme donuts he had just eaten. Still, the officer used a road test to analyze the crumbs, and it tested positive for methamphetamine—twice. Rushing was arrested for possession and spent 10 hours in jail.

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Weeks later, the substance was tested in a proper lab, and it turned out it was donuts after all. Rushing's name was cleared, but he's still not happy. He's suing the city of Orlando and the company that makes the drug-testing kits for more than $15,000 (or 13,761 original glazed donuts) in damages.

Rushing claims the officer who arrested him wasn't properly trained in how to use the kit (a safe bet), and that the ordeal humiliated him. His mug shot is permanently available on the internet now, sealing his fate as the donut meth guy.

It wouldn't be ethical to post his head shot, so here's a stock photo of a man enjoying a donut. Man, he loves that donut.
It wouldn't be ethical to post his head shot, so here's a stock photo of a man enjoying a donut. Man, he loves that donut.
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Maybe Rushing should be suing Krispy Kreme. Those donuts are as addictive as meth, am I right? And about as healthy.


1. A drunk driver who got into a fender bender with a helicopter.

Now here's an arrest that would make more sense if the driver was on meth. 26-year-old Glenn Livingston of New Mexico (the Southwest's Florida) was driving drunk on the highway early Sunday morning when he plowed right into a medical helicopter and a fire truck that were parked on the side of the road to assist in a separate accident. Nobody was injured, but this chopper has clearly seen better days.

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Livingston was arrested for DWI and resisting arrest. Why he would try to resist arrest after totaling a damn helicopter isn't clear, but it probably has to do with being wasted.

We don't have a problem posting this guy's mug shot. He wasn't arrested for donuts.
We don't have a problem posting this guy's mug shot. He wasn't arrested for donuts.
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Although he's clearly having a rough Monday, Livingston should be happy he wasn't seriously injured in the crash. What are the changes they would have sent a second helicopter to pick him up?