All for One and One for All, The Single Moms Club Hits Theaters Friday


Justin Bieber's Miami trial is now set for May 5th. The singer is charged with driving under the influence and resisting arrest, after police accused him of drag racing in a lamborghini. Bieber has pleaded not guilty and his attorney says there is no plea deal under discussion. Fans gathered outside hoping to see their star, but Bieber was not required to attend the hearing.

The stars walked the red carpet for the world premiere of Tyler Perry's latest film, "The Single Moms Club." Following an incident at school, these mothers form a special bond and start to offer each other advice from parenting to their love lives. The Single Moms Club hits theaters Friday and if you enjoy the movie, the Oprah Winfrey network has already ordered a drama series based on the film which is expected to hit the small screen later this year.

Keith Richards is turning over a new leaf. The rolling stone confirms he's writing a children's book. He says it's based on a magical moment with his musician grandfather. "Gus and me: The Story of My Granddad and My First Guitar" will be out in the Fall and includes illustrations from Richards' daughter.


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