Taylor Swift Gets Restraining Order; Selena Gomez in Justin Bieber's Instagram
March 5, 2014
By ABC News
Taylor Swift Gets Restraining Order
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Taylor Swift may date a lot of folks, but the Social Climber is pretty sure she hasn't married anyone yet.
That didn't stop a 33-year-old man who was claiming to be her husband from writing letters and making phone calls to Swift recently, according to a restraining order the pop singer was granted this week, according to E!
Swift took out the temporary restraining order against Timothy Sweet in Los Angeles Superior Court, asking the court to ban Sweet from contacting her or any members of her family, according to the report.
Selena Gomez Pops Up in Justin Bieber's Instagram Feed
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On-again, off-again love birds Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez may still have a spark between them after all.
The pair hasn't been together for months, but Bieber posted a photo this weekend of Gomez on the red carpet of an Oscars party with the caption "Most elegant princess in the world."
Will it be enough to win Gomez back?
Candace Cameron Bure Will Dance With Stars
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It's going to be the ultimate '90s sitcom star showdown on "Dancing With the Stars" this season.
"Full House" star Candace Cameron Bure will dance against Danica McKellar of "The Wonder Years," along with other stars including Drew Carey, Cody Simpson, and NeNe Leakes.
Will Uncle Jesse make a guest appearance? Guess we'll have to watch and find out. Read more of ABC's coverage of "DWTS" here.
Dove's Armpit of America Campaign Enrages New Jerseyans
Don't mess with Jersey.
That's the lesson learned by Dove after it launched a new ad campaign calling New Jersey the "armpit of America."
Unilever announced it will drop the campaign after outraged Jersey residents complained on the company's Facebook page and in news reports about a billboard that read, "Dear New Jersey, when people call you 'The Armpit of America,' take it as a compliment. Sincerely, Dove.'"