GossipCenter's Weekly Wrap Up: February 17-23
There is never a dull moment in celebrity entertainment news! Here are just a few of the stories that caught our attention this week here at GossipCenter!
NAACP Image Awards Brings Out the Stars: With Award Season in full swing, celebrities gathered at the 2014 NAACP Image Awards on Saturday. Taking home Best Picture honors was "12 Years a Slave," while Kevin Hart walked away with Entertainer of the Year.
Brooke Burke Charvet Fired from "Dancing with the Stars: After seven years as co-host, Brooke Burke Charvet will not be returning to "Dancing with the Stars." In a statement, the shows executive producer Conrad Green said, "We can confirm that Brooke Burke-Charvet will not be joining us next season. She’s been a wonderful part of the ‘Dancing with the Stars’ family since her triumphant win in season seven and will unquestionably be missed by our entire team. We’d like to thank Brooke for her years of great service."
Pharrell Williams to Auction Hat for Charity: His hat became quite the must-have accessory after the Grammys, and now Pharrell Williams is auctioning off his mountain hat off for charity. The “Get Lucky” singer has placed his Vivienne Westwood Mountain Hat on auction via eBay, and all the money raised will be donated to From One Hand To Another.
Christina Aguilera is Pregnant: It has been an exciting couple weeks for Christina Aguilera, getting engaged to Matthew Rutler, and now the "Voice" star is reportedly pregnant with her second child. The blonde bombshell is already mother to 6-year-old Max from her marriage to Jordan Bratman.
Justin Bieber Rejects Plea Deal: He was offered a deal that would keep him from serving time, but Justin Bieber has reportedly rejected the deal made by Florida prosecutors. The offer would have forced Biebs to attend alcohol education classes and submit to random drug testing. However, the singer decided to take his chances, instead placing hopes of evidentiary issues to try and beat the charges.
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