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Entertainment News: Justin Beiber causes Twitter frenzy

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(CNN) - Justin Bieber sent fans into a frenzy on Christmas eve.]

The pop singer tweeted "my beloved 'beliebers' I'm officially retiring.

The meaning of the tweet seems obvious but many believe he was only toying with the media.

The 'Beebs' later tweeted "...Merry Christmas I'm here forever."

Earlier this week, Bieber told a Los Angeles radio station his next album could be his last.

 


 

(CNN) - Charlie Sheen continues his Twitter feud with ex-wife Denise Richards.

Sheen, the 48-year-old actor, posted a picture of a table full of framed photos of his kids.

The caption read "this is as close I get to my children on Christmas."

The two have been going back and forth on Twitter because Richards reportedly will not allow him to spend the holidays with the two daughters they have together.




(CBS) - Tina Fey may be coming back to the small screen.

Entertainment Weekly reports, Fox has given the green light to an untitled comedy created by Fey.

According to the magazine, the show will be about a women's college that begins accepting men.

And, voting ballots for the Oscars will be sent out starting tomorrow.

The 6,000 members of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences will decide which movies get nominated for an Academy Award. 

The Oscar nominations will be announced January 16th and the awards ceremony will be held March 2nd.
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