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Justin Bieber 'keeping it positive' post brawl with Orlando Bloom

July 31, 2014 18:19 IST

Justin Bieber 'keeping it positive' post brawl with Orlando Bloom

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Justin Bieber recently tweeted that he is 'keeping it positive' after Orlando Bloom tried to punch him at Cipriani restaurant in Ibiza, Spain.

The 20-year-old singer left the venue after the guests present at the party started applauding for the 37-year-old actor, TMZ.com reported.

The reason behind the fight was not clear, but Bieber had been linked to Bloom's model ex-wife, Miranda Kerr and Bloom was earlier linked to Bieber's on and off girlfriend Selena Gomez.

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Drew Barrymore's half-sister passes away at 47

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Drew Barrymore's half-sister Jessica Barrymore has died at the age of 47, it has been revealed.

According to the Hollywood Reporter, San Diego County Medical Examiner's Office reported that Jessica was found dead in her parked vehicle National City, California.

Drew released a statement to the US publication saying that although she only met Jessica briefly, she wished her and her loved ones as much peace as possible, and she was so incredibly sorry for their loss.


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Dick Wagner, former Alice Cooper guitarist passes away at 71

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Dick Wagner, former guitarist for Alice Cooper died at the age of 71 just after two weeks of undergoing a heart surgery.

The 71 year old musician checked into a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona earlier in July after experiencing breathing difficulties and he developed a lung infection after doctors cleared his arteries, Contactmusic reported.

The artist, who wrote the power ballads I Might as Well Be on Mars and Only Women Bleed has also worked with Lou Reed, Kiss and Aerosmith, among others, and he was also a member of the groups The Frost and Ursa Major, which briefly featured Billy Joel.

However, he was most famous as a member of Cooper's Welcome to My Nightmare band.

Gene Simmons, Kiss star, while paying his tribute to Wagner said that he was the consummate gentleman axeman and he will be missed.


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