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Oh Miley. All the very best of the day’s celebrity dirt.

EVERY WEEKDAY MORNING, rounds up the best of the day’s celebrity dirt – from the top to the very bottom.

Miley Cyrus posted a video of herself touching… herself. In a tease for her new video, Adore You she uploaded a clip a few seconds long of herself spending some quality solo time under a gauzy bedsheet. You can see the NSFW clip on Instagram.


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B*witched are charging €18,000 for a private gig. Yes, you can book the ladies to perform in your gaff for the guts of twenty grand. If that seems a bit steep, you can also visit them in the studio for €360, pop in to one of their rehearsals for €240… or do an Irish dancing class with them for just €60. Bargain. (Irish Mirror)

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Kate Winslet has called her newborn son ‘Bear’. But at least she spared the youngster something: he’ll take her surname, rather than that of his dad Ned RocknRoll. (Mail Online)

Rihanna has finally seen the light about Chris Brown. At least, judging by her response when one of her friends posted this perfectly-judged photo on Instagram:

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Rihanna commented:

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(via ONTD)

And the rest of the day’s dirt…

  • Amy Childs from TOWIE demanded that an ambulance be called because she broke a nail. (OK)
  • Mariah Carey performed a private show for Angola’s president, who is alleged to have ordered the deaths of several journalists and activists. (NYDN)
  • Simon Cowell doesn’t have new shorts. (Mail Online)
  • Paul McCartney AND Madonna appeared on Saturday Night Live. (Buzzfeed)
  • Rihanna posted some bikini selfies. (Mirror)

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