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Miley Cyrus pays emotional tribute to her beloved dog... it's The Dredge

The very best of the day’s celebrity dirt.

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

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Miley Cyrus’ beloved dog died and she broke down on stage. The singer’s pet Floyd passed away earlier this week, with Cyrus tweeting that she was “broken” and adding: “this is the 3rd worst day of my life”.

She carried on with her US tour, but struggled to finish a cover of Coldplay while soundchecking:

Source: Elizabeth Q/YouTube

And when a giant inflatable version of Floyd – a regular tour prop – was used on stage, she broke down altogether.

Source: MiIey Cyrus/YouTube

Shane Filan is writing an autobiography, and his fans are freaking out. The former Westlifer revealed the news on Twitter this morning, saying that the book will be published this October. The Star reports that he received a six-figure advance for the tome, and he told them:

Some of it is so incredible you’d think it was fictional but it happened to me.

His fans are very excited:

650434056_540157 Source: Blingee

Did James Franco try and arrange a meeting with an underage girl on Instagram? That’s the story told by a series of unauthenticated images posted online, and appearing to show a conversation between the actor and a 17-year-old girl.

You can see the images here. Could this all be a publicity stunt? Maybe. (Buzzfeed)

Source: Andrew Medichini

And the rest of the day’s dirt…

  • Alan Hughes’ car got stolen for the second time in eight months. (Irish Independent)
  • Miranda Kerr caused “hysteria” in Tokyo. (Mail Online)
  • Someone let loose at Justin Bieber on Facebook after he messed around in Wal-Mart. (Uproxx)
  • Kelly Brook MAY HAVE PAID FOR HER OWN ENGAGEMENT RING. (Mail Online)
  • Chris Brown is in the custody of US marshals. (Mirror)

Yesterday’s Dredge: Benedict Cumberbatch goes dogging>

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