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Justin Bieber & Selena Gomez Spend Two Nights At Laugh Factory — All Their Date Details

HollywoodLife.com has exclusive never before heard details about Justin and Selena's not one -- but two -- nights at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles this week Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez have become famous for their fun date nights -- and this week they couldn't get enough laughter, as HollywoodLife.com has learned they went to the Laugh Factory on Tuesday And Wednesday! "Justin and Selena sat in the balcony with a few friends, including Ryan Butler," a source tells us. "There was a rumor Taylor Swift was with them, but it was just a blonde haired girl who looked like her." The eyewitness says the couple was driven by a driver, brought in by their security and were incredibly respectful both nights. "Some celebrities roll in here and think they can get away with everything, but they were very nice," the source dishes. "They weren't showing much Pda at all.
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Limp Bizkit loses record deal, thousands fail to care

This isn't news so much as cosmic justice, but Interscope Records has finally dropped '90s nu-metal relic Limp Bizkit after its latest album, Gold Cobra, sold only 63,000 copies. Fred Durst, the band's singer — uh, let's make that "frontman" — is hilariously in denial about the death throes of his music career. "One of the things with Gold Cobra was that it was a record for us to do for ourselves, for the core fans, for some of the people that we know in the industry," Durst said during an interview on the podcast Poolside with Dean Delray, which is the only media outlet currently interested in his... um... thoughts. (Apparently the "people that we know in the industry" did not include executives at the band's record label.) "It wasn't our step forward to make a big pop, smash [...]
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Limp Bizkit part company from Interscope label

Limp Bizkit part company from Interscope label
Limp Bizkit have parted ways with their long-time record label Interscope, it has been announced. Frontman Fred Durst revealed that the split was due to creative differences between the band and the label over their recent album Gold Cobra. Durst explained that they are now able to make music on an independent basis after breaking away from the record label they were tied to for all six of their studio albums. "One of the things with Gold Cobra was that it was a record for us to do for ourselves, for the core fans, for some of the people that we know in the industry," he said on the Poolside With Dean Delray podcast. "It wasn't our step forward to make a big pop, smash radio record. We just didn't want to make that record at that time. We have been working for a while now to re-navigate where we
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