Miley Cyrus celebrated her 21st birthday with a booze-fuelled party, featuring strippers and saucy inflatable dolls. The singer/actress reached the milestone on Saturday (23Nov13), but postponed her celebrations until after her performance at the American Music Awards in Los Angeles on Sunday (24Nov13).
After coming off stage, Cyrus headed to Hollywood hang-out Beacher's Madhouse at the Roosevelt Hotel for a private party with friends including One Direction star Niall Horan, Kelly Osbourne, Tyler, The Creator and Wiz Khalifa.
Video and pictures from the party have emerged online, showing strippers entertaining the guests, while the venue was decked out with full-size posters of Cyrus and a number of inflatable dolls.
Guests were also handed cut-out masks of the star's face to wear during the evening, and an entertainer dressed as Dr. Seuss character The Lorax was also present at the bash.
British pop star Zayn Malik is facing a wild ride during his wedding preparations as his One Direction bandmates have already started planning naughty antics for his bachelor party. The British singer proposed to Little Mix star Perrie Edwards in August (13), and his bandmates, Harry Styles, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Liam Payne, are hoping to give him night to remember before his big day.
Payne tells Britain's Metro newspaper, ''We should just spring it on him one night. All of us pick him up. We could kidnap him, put a bag on his head and make it really real. And then he'll get there and then it will just be strippers and stuff. We can all dress up in monkey and clown masks.''
Styles adds, "We might just throw multiple stag 'dos."
Malik says in a separate interview with the publication, "We were talking about my stag 'do the other day actually. I haven't got any plans made yet but I'm sure it's going to be a fun one."
The couple has not yet confirmed a date for the ceremony, but Edwards has previously hinted that she hopes to tie the knot soon, saying, "Zayn and I have had no time to start properly planning. The engagement kind of just happened and then we've been away from home all year. But put it this way: I don't want to be engaged for 50 years. We'll get there soon."
"I wish I'd finished school, I never got to finish school, (but) it's a bit late now. I never got to do my last exam." Irish pop star Niall Horan regrets not completing his education before shooting to fame with One Direction at 17.
One Direction singer Liam Payne would "absolutely hate" to be bandmate Harry Styles, due to all the attention the heartthrob receives over his personal life. The 19-year-old hunk has become the most talked about member of the boyband over the years, thanks to his high-profile yet mostly brief relationships with his leading ladies.
From country superstar Taylor Swift to 34-year-old British TV presenter Caroline Flack, Styles often finds himself as the primary focus of tabloid headline and unwanted attention that his bandmates do not envy one bit.
In an interview with Event magazine, Payne admits, "I would absolutely hate to be Harry. Because I don't think I'd cope with that extra level of attention."
Niall Horan agrees with Payne's assessment and adds, "He definitely found the whole experience all very easy."
However, Styles remains calm and collected even with the added attention, insisting he just feels grateful to be in the superstar position he and his four other bandmates are in.
He says, "It wasn't that long ago I was working in a baker's, and now I'm doing this. I'm very lucky, and as far as I can see it's all good.
"I don't overthink anything. Everybody else analyses you from your hair to your eyebrows to the way you wave your hand. If you start worrying about it and overthinking everything you do, it all just becomes false, so I think, just carry on as you are, do what you do and get on with it."
One Direction star Niall Horan has opened up about his security scare at Los Angeles International Airport earlier this week (beg18Nov13) when he was dragged to the ground by an over-zealous paparazzo. The band had to be rushed out of LAX by minders when waiting photographers created chaos in the airport, and Horan revealed he was caught up in the frenzy between the group, fans and snappers.
As he was driven away, the singer alerted fans to Tuesday's (19Nov13) drama via Twitter.com, writing, "I hate the paps!! Just got dragged to the floor by some idiot with a camera!"
Now fully recovered from the incident, Horan has recalled the chaos to E! News, revealing he feared for his safety.
He explains, "We came out of this exit and there was, like, loads of paps. Like 50, 60 paps and the fans were behind them, so obviously we wanted to stop and see the fans because we haven't been to L.A. for a while.
"They (paparazzi) just started getting really aggressive... They started pushing each other, which meant we got pushed. Then someone pushed me and dragged me to the floor."
The boy band is in town for an appearance on their mentor Simon Cowell's U.S. TV talent show The X Factor.
Officials in Niall Horan's Irish hometown are considering a proposal to honour the One Direction star in a museum dedicated to local celebrities. Councillor Aidan Davitt put the suggestion to Mullingar Town Council, insisting a local tourist attraction would capitalise on the singer's links to the area and encourage more fans to visit the region.
The proposed museum would also honour other local stars such as late Irish pop singer Joe Dolan, who also hailed from Mullingar.
Davitt says of the plan, "We have a great resource in Niall Horan. He's a great representative of Mullingar and has one of the largest Twitter followings in the world. His family have been very good to Mullingar and very involved locally and Niall is involved in many clubs."
He adds to Britain's The Sun newspaper, "Niall would be the star of the show as our most famous son. We would love to get some of his items to display there for fans, as well as interactive footage of his performances around the town."
Horan's brother Greg has also backed the proposal, telling the Irish Mirror, "It would be fantastic if they do actually set up the Niall Horan museum, it would be great for the town. Niall has always been a big Mullingar man, he's never forgotten when he comes from - so he will definitely support it. It really would be good."
"I hate the paps!! Just got dragged to the floor by some idiot with a camera! could have seen the fans aswell (sic), but they messed it all up!" One Direction star Niall Horan was not impressed with the boy band's latest greeting in Los Angeles, where photographers hurled abuse at the pop stars and then created chaos at the airport as an army of fans looked on.
One Direction star Niall Horan ran into trouble during a jog in his hometown over the weekend (09-10Nov13) as his exercise routine was continually interrupted by fans eager to meet their idol. The pop stars have all returned home after months of touring around the globe, and Horan headed back to Mullingar, Ireland to catch up with family and friends.
He decided to brave the cold and rainy weather on Sunday (10Nov13) by taking to the streets for a run, but didn't manage to work up a sweat after he was repeatedly stopped by locals.
The singer happily posed for pictures and photos with fans before deciding to abandon his workout and return to his parents' house.
One Direction were the toast of the BBC Radio One Teen Awards in London on Sunday (03Nov13) after picking up two top prizes. The singers - Harry Styles, Liam Payne, Louis Tomlinson, Niall Horan and Zayn Malik - were named Best British Group and won Best Single for Best Song Ever at the event held at Wembley Arena for fans aged 14 to 17.
Other top winners included British singer Olly Murs, who was named Best Solo Artist, and boyband Union J, who scooped the Breakthrough Award.
The event featured performances from Tinie Tempah, Rizzle Kicks and Jessie J, while Taylor Swift and Little Mix were present to hand out the awards.
Former Westlife star Shane Filan has warned One Direction to watch their spending and avoid splashing unnecessary cash after experiencing his own financial troubles. The Irish singer was declared bankrupt last year (12) after the property company he started with his brother Finbarr imploded following the global financial crisis in 2008.
The Flying Without Wings hitmaker has now offered up a few words of wisdom to One Direction's Zayn Malik, Louis Tomlinson, Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Liam Payne, advising them to stick to music and not get drawn into any other big financial commitments.
The singer tells Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper, "I had a great chat with Niall for half-an-hour not long ago after one of their shows.
"He's so down to earth and normal. It had been three years since I first met them on The X Factor - I didn't know if they would have changed or not but they were so down to earth... Now they're conquering the world... They're obviously doing very well financially and they need to look after it. They make their money from singing, stick to singing."
Filan had good reason to share his advice with the Best Song Ever youngsters - they recently topped Heat magazine's 2013 celebrity rich list after collectively raking in an impressive $88.9 million (£59.3 million) to be named the wealthiest British stars under the age of 30.