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Justin Bieber’s Brazilian galpal kisses and tells

 
 
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Boy, can Justin Bieber really pick ’em. The young lady with whom he spent the evening in Rio chatted with UK’s The Sun about their “date,” which apparently involved sexual relations. Tati Neves, 27, claims the 20-year-old looks good in his birthday suit and knows what he is doing between the sheets. PG enough for ya? “A man must know what to do to make me happy —Justin did all that and more,” bragged Neves, an amateur bodybuilder who met JB at a local nightclub and later filmed the singer sleeping.

Money smarts

Bargain shopper alert! Kate Hudson knows the value of a dollar, thanks to mom Goldie Hawn. The actress tells Harper’s Bazaar’s latest issue that even though she was “really privileged and lucky” growing up, she definitely wasn’t spoiled with lots of material things. Hudson also debunks the myth that her closet is full of high-end duds. “People think we own all these dresses,” she says, “but we borrow them! I can’t afford to buy that stuff. There are certain things I splurge on, but it’s very rare, especially when you have two kids and school tuition.”

Agree to disagree

We smell a catfight! When Jennifer Lawrence was asked by the BBC about the sexualization of young women in the media (read: Miley Cyrus) during the Hunger Games: Catching Fire premiere in London, she didn’t hold back: “Sex sells, and for some disgusting reason young sex sells even more,” said Lawrence, who co-stars with Cyrus ex Liam Hemsworth in the sci-fi flick.

Talking it out

There’s no shame in being depressed, says Richard Dreyfuss, who shared his struggle since the age of 14 at the Hope for Depression Research Foundation lunch last week in New York. “By telling my own story, I hope to help remove the stigma. It never should be something to hide,” the 66-year-old star told People Magazine. Suicide was never an option, he said.

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