Selena Gomez has turned to Katy Perry for advice on love in the limelight.
The 'Come and Get It' hitmaker - who ended her year-long relationship with Justin Bieber last year - admits she's turned to the 29-year-old singer - who is currently dating John Mayer - for help understanding why men struggle to deal with her life in the limelight.
She told Seventeen magazine: ''I actually talked to her about guys who are intimidated by strong girls.
''I haven't found someone yet who could understand my lifestyle, support it, love me through it, and not be threatened by it.''
Meanwhile, the 20-year-old star reunited with Justin, 19, earlier his month but, before their romance gets too serious, she has urged him to attend anger management classes following a police raid on his home in Calabasas, California, last week.
A source said previously: ''She's told Justin he has to mend his ways if they are to start seeing each other regularly again.
''She just wants some pleases [and] thank yous, as well as some good behaviour if things are to get serious again.
''She has told Justin he needs help with anger management and that he should book classes.''
Nickelodeon has announced it is planning on reviving some of its popular 1990s shows in “a fresh new way”.
The director thinks that the superhero style will go the "way of the Western".
The full recording of 'Eric Clapton: Live At The Royal Albert Hall', is set to reach cinemas very soon
Kanye West’s speeches never fail to amuse and terrify in equal measure. Here’s our list of his top five most outrageous speeches and public...
Horowitz was originally asked whether he thought Idris Elba would be suitable for the role of the next 007.
One of the strongest action thrillers in recent years, this gripping movie cleverly casts actors known for comedy in the central roles.
Meryl Streep is having so much fun playing an ageing rocker that the audience only barely registers that this film isn't nearly as deep as it's...
Creamfields was back again, with a plethora of headline disc jockeys, showcasing Creamfields as the powerhouse of UK-electronic festivals.