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Justin Bieber Thinks Screaming Fans Are 'Obnoxious'

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1 It seems like the Biebs just can't help it! On Monday night, the singer performed in Birmingham, England to the usual crowd of screaming fans. While trying to tell a story about missing his friends and family, Justin kept getting interrupted—and he finally let the fans have it!

"Can you guys do me a favor? Can you guys just relax for about two seconds? Thank you… I get it, but I'm like two feet away from you. I appreciate all the love, it's amazing. But can you show it in a different way?… Screaming is just so obnoxious."

What do you think, CGs? Do you agree with him—should we scream AFTER songs in concerts? Or should we carry on and yell our hearts out?

2 Taylor Swift just gave us sneak peeks of her upcoming performance at this year's Formula 1 US Grand Prix. The Instagram clips show the singer strumming along to "Fifteen" and belting out the chorus of "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together"! While we're DYING for news on TS6, I guess this KINDA makes up for the radio silence? ... NAH, not really. 

3 As an in-demand model and social media darling, Gigi Hadid deals with a lot of haters. "Obviously I'm not the best on the runway," she says. But in her interview with W Magazine, Gigi talks her first modeling projects, going to prom all four years of high school, getting starstruck with Kobe Bryant, and the best advice she's been given from mom Yolanda Foster. Watch the video below!


4 Just last week, in an interview with Rolling Stone, Alex Pall of The Chainsmokers was asked for his opinion on Lady Gaga's new single "Perfect Illusion." "It sucks," he said. Drew Taggart was more diplomatic and said that Gaga is "a great artist."

 Well apparently, Mother Monster heard about it and decided to respond on Twitter! The Chainsmokers were quick to reply—what do you think of the entire exchange? 

5 It seems like they're really all in this together! Former High School Musical stars Ashley Tisdale, Monique Coleman, Bart Johnson, and director Kenny Ortega greeted birthday boy Zac Efron on social media, and there was a lot of love going around.