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(CNN) - Justin Bieber gives new meaning to the saying: "the show must go on." The pop star got sick during the kick-off concert of his "Believe " tour Saturday night in Arizona. According to the Hollywood Reporter, he actually got sick, stomach sick-- on stage...twice! after taking a brief break, Bieber returned to the stage and explained to his fans that he wasn't feeling well. But he continued performing. Later that night, Bieber tweeted a picture of himself saying he was resting up for the next show.


(CNN) - Charges have been dropped against a man actress Lindsay Lohan says choked her. Police say there was not enough evidence to support the accusations against 25-year-old Christian Labella. This all started with an altercation at a New York City hotel early Sunday morning. Lohan told police Labella had taken pictures with his cell phone of her at a nightclub. Police say Lohan took the phone and Labella chased her down. Lohan's accused Labella of choking her during the struggle for the phone. Police say they expect the two will file harassment charges against each other.


(CNN) - Anne Hathaway is married. The actress and her boyfriend Adam Shulman exchanged vows Saturday evening in Big Sur, California. According to People Magazine, more than 150 guests attended the nature-themed event and the bride wore a custom Valentino gown. The couple started dating four years ago. Shulman proposed last November.


(CNN) - "Hotel Transylvania" is a hit with movie-goers. The newly released 3D movie topped the weekend box office with $43-million dollars in ticket sales. Coming in at number two was the sci-fi thriller "Looper." The film stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Bruce Willis. Opening weekend ticket sales topped $21-million dollars. Last weekend's number one movie, "End Of Watch" slipped to number three with $8-million dollars in ticket sales.

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