The Dish: Bieber naughty on plane

Singer Justin Bieber performs on stage during his" My World" show on April 19, 2011 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium in Singapore.

Justin Bieber was told off by cabin crew for "acting like a child" during a flight.
The "Baby" hitmaker was reportedly scolded by an air stewardess who said he was a security risk after he and his bodyguard walked through the aisle from business to economy class as the plane was moving on the ground, during a Qantas flight from Sydney to Melbourne on Sunday.
According to Australia’s Daily Telegraph newspaper, he was left red-faced after the staff member told him to "respect my workplace" and told the pop superstar she was treating him like a child because he was acting like one.
The 17-year-old singer then apologized for his behaviour and returned to his seat.
Paul Howes, who was sitting behind Justin on the Qantas flight, wrote about the incident on his Twitter page.
He tweeted: "He was a little naughty but did apologize and the flight attendant wasn't out of order."
The day before he boarded the flight Bieber was pelted with eggs by a fan during a concert in Sydney.
Although the Canadian singer appeared not to notice and carried on with the show, his fans – who refer to themselves as "Beliebers" – took to Twitter to condemn the egg-thrower.
One wrote: “Dear person who threw eggs at @justinbieber in Sydney, you now have over #9millionbeliebers after you, be afraid! We go harder than hard! (sic)”
Lindsay Lohan has visited the Los Angeles Downtown Women's Centre where she will begin her court-ordered community service next week.
The Mean Girls actress - who was sentenced to 120 days in prison, which she was bailed from, and 480 hours of community service last month for breaching the terms of her probation after allegedly stealing a $2,200 necklace from an upmarket jewellers - must complete 360 hours of work at the shelter, which looks after homeless women.
Although Lohan – who was spotted at the facility Monday with her assistant Eleanor and lawyer Shawn Chapman Holley - would not confirm her exact commencement date, she denied reports she will start this week, telling Gossip Cop: “I’m not even set to start until next week.”
Centre spokesman Patrick Shandrick said he hopes Lohan will be “inspired by her experience”.
He told X17 Online: “Miss Lohan’s work at the centre could include working with the ladies on creating unique items for MADE by DWC - an innovative social enterprise cafe and gift boutique offering handmade products that will open on Friday, April 29. "MADE by DWC was created to help break the cycle of poverty and chronic unemployment by helping low-income and homeless women discover their talents and develop their skills through job readiness training and product development opportunities.
"DWC is a life changing experience for all that walk through our door. We are a community that fosters dignity and respect. DWC hopes that Miss Lohan is inspired by her experience here."
As well as 360 hours at the homeless shelter, the 24-year-old star has also been ordered to undergo 120 hours of janitorial work at the Los Angeles County Morgue.
Lindsay - who was under probation for a driving under the influence (DUI) charge in 2007 - is due to return to court on May 11 for a pre-trial hearing in her theft case, after the charge was reduced from felony grand theft to a misdemeanour, with the actual trial planned for June 3.
Goldie Hawn’s ex-husband has signed a deal for a tell-all book.
Bill Hudson – who is the biological father of the ‘Overboard’ star’s daughter, actress Kate Hudson – will release So You Are a Star: Coming to Terms with Fame, Infatuation and Family later this year, which will reveal everything about his life with Hawn and Kate Hundson.
In the book’s proposal, Bill Hudson – who also has a 34-year-old son, Oliver, with Goldie – teases: “What if your ex-wife used her public platform to spread rumours about your relationship with your children?”
According to the New York Post newspaper, the tome will describe “his whirlwind romance . . . with Goldie Hawn and his struggle to rebuild a relationship with his children”.
Bill Hudson – who divorced Hawn in 1980 – recently hit out at 32-year-old Kate Hudson, accusing her of neglecting her 88-year-old dying grandmother.
He said at the time: “I have called Kate and texted her dozens of times begging her to help her grandmother, but she hasn't responded to me. She became very sick about a year and a half ago, and the whole family pitched in because it's very expensive to care for her.
“Kate doesn't have to talk to me and she doesn't have to give her a dime of her millions. All I want is for her to call and say, ‘Hi grandma,’ before it's too late.”
Kate Hudson – who is currently pregnant with her second child, her first with fiancee Matt Bellamy – has always said she regards Hawn's long-term partner Kurt Russell, who raised her from the age of three, as her real father and she hasn’t spoken to Bill Hudson for several years.

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