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Okay, so you can't see her adorable little face. But Mariah Carey teased fans on Twitter Sunday with a fabulous snapshot of her baby daughter Monroe.

"This is baby Monroe saying 'no pictures dahhhhling' at 7+1/2 weeks," Carey wrote beneath a photo of her little girl's hand, raised as if she were trying to shield her glamorous self from a pack of would-be paparazzi. "Oh dear."

Pretty funny:

Monroe Cannon Pic

Perhaps Monroe's dad, Nick Cannon, wasn't kidding when he described Monroe and her twin brother Moroccan, born on their anniversary in April.

"My son is laid back like me," he said. "My daughter's a diva like her mom! When my daughter wants something, she'll let you know immediately."

Hey, it's hard to blame the little gal. Sometimes when the celebrity gossip media gets too close, you gotta set up boundaries early.

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New York has become the latest state to permit gay marriage, passing a bill yesterday that has resulted in a celebration across Hollywood. A sample of excited Tweets from stars follows.

Sorry, David Tyree...

Lady Gaga, celebrating the news with fans below: “The revolution is ours to fight for love, justice+equality. Rejoice NY, and propose. We did it!!!"

Neil Patrick Harris: “It PASSED! Marriage equality in NY!! Yes!! Progress!! Thank you everyone who worked so hard on this!! A historic night!”

Eliiza Dushku: “Welcome to the present NY ;) #equality”

Lady Gaga and Fans

Kathy Griffin: “tonight we’re all New Yorkers! Straight & gay alike, let’s all celebrate marriage #equality. The right side of history!

Kerry Washington: "I’m proud of NY right now. Justice. Equality. Respect. Civil Rights for all.” WOOOOOOO HOOOOOOOOOO”

Lance Bass: “BIG BIG DAY FOR OUR FAMLIES 33-29 it passed!!!! Now lets educate people and make sure we make them feel comfortable with why this happened!”

Russel Brand: It is now legal to do a gay marriage in NYC @AlecBaldwin, carpe diem.

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Chris Brown has been under considerable fire this week, and really since he assaulted then-girlfriend Rihanna in 2009. People will not give the dude a break.

Given his frequent blowups - most recently a gay slur against some photographers he thought told the police about his illegally parked car - you can see why.

Chris did apologize, sort of, for that incident, but it's clear he's just as upset that he's being criticized for it as he is at himself for uttering it to start with.

Brizzle

In a string of Tweets last night, he wrote: "This will make things a whole lot easier. If you don't like/support me then don't listen to my music (sic).

"Latching on to my every word and criticizing makes you look thirsty. I can't even piss without somebody complaining. Imagine how I feel (sic).

"A person should not have to apologize every second for living life (sic)!"

Perhaps some are too quick to jump all over him, but at the same time, he brings a lot of this upon himself by calling people gay, throwing chairs through windows and the like. Work on the anger, Chris. Then people will chill.

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Yesterday afternoon, MTV Canada ran a story about a Tweet from Rihanna, referencing her infamous beating at the hands of Chris Brown and allegedly saying, "'I admit it. I provoked Chris to hit me. It not entirely his fault. #imSORRY?'"

Just one problem. She didn't write it.

The story was based on an image reportedly screen-capped from RiRi's Twitter page. It looks to be fake, however, as there's no evidence this ever actually appeared on her page. As such, she's slamming the network for quoting it.

RiRi Tweet

This is all the alleged "story" is based on. It might be tough to hack Rihanna's Twitter, but it'd be ridiculously easy to fake this low-res image.

In any case, Rihanna Tweeted this response:

"@mtvnewscanada - are u f--king kiddin me?????? You're supposed to be a RELIABLE source for news on music and this is the bulls--t u post??"

Their response: "#Rihanna fans. We were reporting on a story that was posted on several sites today. We had no intention to be salacious."

Regardless of what terms she and Chris are on, there's no way she would write that. In other news, did you hear about Rihanna and Drake?

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Roger Ebert set off a firestorm of controversy yesterday with a single Tweet about Ryan Dunn, the Jackass star who perished in a car accident early Monday.

"Friends don't let jackasses drink and drive." That's all Ebert wrote, but the timing and word choice upset many, including Dunn's best friend Bam Margera.

Ebert's Facebook page has since been disabled and the film critic has been widely criticized by many on Twitter. In a new blog post, he explains the Tweet:

  • Roger Ebert Pic
  • RIP Ryan Dunn

"To begin with, I offer my sympathy to Ryan Dunn's family and friends, and to those of Zachary Hartwell, who also died in the crash," Ebert writes.

"I mean that sincerely. It is tragic to lose a loved one. I regret that my tweet about the event was considered cruel. It was not intended as cruel."

"It was intended as true. I meant exactly what I wrote. I wasn't calling Ryan Dunn a jackass. I was referring to his association with Jackass. I thought that was clear."

"Note that Bam Margera uses the word 'jackass' in the same way in his tweet."

Ebert goes on to further explain the context of what he said:

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Jackass star Bam Margera lost his friend and co-star, Ryan Dunn, in a car accident early yesterday. He's understandably very upset about this.

It's equally unsurprising that he is livid with Roger Ebert's Tweet about Dunn, in which he wrote "friends don't let jackasses drink and drive."

Bam proceeded to tear the the movie critic a new one on Twitter:

Bam Tweets

Ebert was, for reasons unknown, chiming in about Dunn's alleged drinking just hours before he got behind the wheel and perished Monday morning.

It's unclear how drunk Dunn was, but he was seen drinking at a Philly-area bar before his fatal crash, and was there for over three and a half hours.

In any case, Bam's not happy and is letting him have it. Did Roger go too far, too soon, considering the man just died? Does he raise a valid point?

What do you think about Ebert's Tweet?

 

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Jackass star Ryan Dunn died earlier today and already, film critic Roger Ebert took him to task over reports that he drank before getting behind the wheel.

Dunn's drinking buddy claims Ryan had at least three beers and three "girly shots" before hitting the road. He was driving when he crashed and passed away.

Ebert, of all people, had this to say this afternoon:

Ebert TweetSources say Ryan Dunn spent four hours in Barnaby's of America in West Chester, Pa., before he got behind the wheel of his Porsche this morning.

One of his friends says Dunn had three beers and three shots between 10:30 p.m. and 2:10 a.m., but he was "not too drunk to drive."

However, according to another person who was inside the bar that night, Dunn was "wasted" and "had a lot to drink."

Either way, what's your take on Ebert's Tweet?

 

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Sean Kingston is out of bed, on to Twitter and improving every day.

Just a few weeks after the singer was seriously injured in a jet skiing accident, Kingston has updated fans about his condition.

"Feeling alot better!" he Tweeted last night, along with the following photo, adding: "GOD IS GREAT! Thanks for all the prayers and support! Love you ALL!”

Sean Kingston Twit Pic

Kingston, who has received encouraging words from pals such as Rihanna and Justin Bieber, has been released from the hospital. It's unclear when he'll return to the stage.

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Selena Gomez is out of the hospital, grateful for your support - and ready to take the stage!

The singer was first hospitalized on Thursday night and then returned to the doctor over the weekend, as various sources said she was being treated for high blood pressure, food poisoning and exhaustion.

Some even speculated, falsely, that she had been knocked up by Justin Bieber.

Hey, Selena Gomez!

But Selena Tweeted today that she's "feeling much better" and added: "Thank you all for being so understanding. Can't wait to see you all today at Santa Monica Place for the Monte Carlo kickoff!"

The performance will mark her first in a series of 10 tour stops.

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Voluptuous Cuban actress and model Vida Guerra is making a late run for Twitter pic of the week. She also look like she's having a nice time in Miami.

A photo she recently posted is causing quite a stir on the social networking site, heating up the Trending Topics like Vida heats up a Florida beach.

Needless to say, there is some BOOTY on display in the photo, as Vida Guerra is lying face down with a big hat and a pretty much useless g-string.

Take a (borderline NSFW) look at it after the jump ...

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