The Dish for February 20th

JUSTIN BIEBER: “Best Man” at Dad's Wedding

Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are in Jamaica today for a wedding.

Don’t panic, it’s only his father that’s getting married.

Over the weekend, Jeremy Bieber and his longtime girlfriend traveled for their destination wedding. Yesterday, Justin flew to Texas to pick up Selena on his way to Jamaica. She was back home to shop for a bridesmaid dress. Her cousin Priscilla DeLeon will get hitched in the spring. (Elle)

A few photos from Jamaica have leaked on social media, but People magazine reports the accounts have been turned to private out of respect for Selena and Justin's privacy. She doesn’t want the distractions. Selena hasn’t tweeted even once in 2018. 

JUSTIN THEROUX: Nixes Colbert Appearance

Emotions are running high in the Jennifer Anistonand Justin Theroux split.

Rather than spill his guts on late night TV, Justin canceled Tuesday night’s scheduled appearance with Stephen Colbert.

According to reports, he’s the one who finally pulled the plug. They’d been struggling for months and basically living separate lives on either coast. But Jen wished to keep up the appearance that the relationship was still going strong.

Something snapped a week ago. Justin flew by private jet on Valentine's Day to Los Angeles to confront Jen. The next day, they released a joint statement, (quote) “We are two best friends who have decided to part ways as a couple, but look forward to continuing our cherished friendship.” (Daily Mail)

FERGIE: Apologizes for Risky Anthem 

Fergie's unconventional performance of the national anthem at Sunday's NBA All-Star Game nearly upstaged the game itself. After taking heat on social media for the performance, the one-time Black Eyed Peas member issued an apology on Monday.

In a statement she said, "I've always been honored and proud to perform the national anthem and [Sunday] night I wanted to try something special for the NBA. I'm a risk taker artistically, but clearly this rendition didn't strike the intended tone. I love this country and honestly tried my best." (People)



Look out, ladies -- McSteamy is back on the market.

Grey's Anatomy star Eric Dane and wife Rebecca Gayheart are divorcing after 13 years of marriage, according to court documents obtained by The Blast. Gayheart, who's best known for parts in Jawbreaker and Scream 2, filed the papers on Friday, citing irreconcilable differences. She's asking for spousal support and seeking joint legal and physical custody of their daughters, seven-year-old Billie and six-year-old Georgia.

The couple issued a statement saying, “We will continue our friendship and work as a team to co-parent our two beautiful girls, as they are the most important thing in the world to us. We kindly ask that you respect our privacy during this time as we navigate the next phase of our lives.”

MISTER ROGERS' NEIGHBORHOOD 50th Anniversary Celebration

PBS has lined up a star-studded special to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers' Neighborhood.

The classic children's show actually debuted on PBS 50 years ago today (Monday), but the special Mister Rogers: It's You I Like will air on March 6th. Among those taking part are Michael Keaton, Judd Apatow, Whoopi Goldberg and John Lithgow. The special will also feature some of the most memorable clips from the show, such as Fred Rogers's meeting with Koko the Gorilla.

Rogers died in 2003 at age 74 of stomach cancer. (USA Today)

DUA LIPA: Summer Tour

Dua Lipa is headed back to American stages.

She's lined up a summer leg of her headlining tour, starting June 5th in Dallas. She'll wind things down on July 30th in Toronto. The new headlining dates are scheduled around her festival appearances at Bonnaroo and Panorama. Tickets go on sale Friday.

Dua is Down Under right now opening for Bruno Mars.

ED SHEERAN: Doc Almost Ready to Rock

There's a new documentary about Ed Sheeran headed our way, but don't expect too much dirt -- the flick is not only authorized, it was directed by one of Ed's relatives.

Deadline reports that Songwriter, directed by Sheeran's cousin Murray Cummings, is generating a lot of interest at the Berlin Film Festival. Cummings has been working on the movie for several years, filming Ed on the road and in the studio, as well as in some private moments. He says, “I felt privileged to be allowed in the studio. I met a lot of his fans on tour and I realized they would love to be sat where I’m sat, so I thought, wouldn’t it be cool to make something where they can be sat in with him while he’s writing a song.”

Songwriter is not a finished product at this point, but Cummings hopes to have it ready for release this year.

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