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Bruce Springsteen is the Boss of Palm Beach County

 

Bruce Springsteen hearts Palm Beach. The 64-year-old rocker documented his motorcycling trip through the county, playing tourist and stopping by local establishments, like J&S Fish Camp and Gator Hole Tavern. It’s unclear what The Boss was doing in the area, but it’s assumed he is visiting his equestrian daughter Jessica who lives in Wellington. See Springsteen’s pics on his Instagram.

Crowd pleaser

Lil' Wayne showed up at the sold-out Tyler the Creator (from Odd Future) show Wednesday night at Revolution Live in Fort Lauderdale. A spy says he stood on the side of the stage to catch Tyler's performance and that the sold-out crowd was “ecstatic.”

Just stopping by

Pharrell Williams likes his sweets. On Tuesday, after his show at the Fillmore, the rapper was spotted at Hugo & Victor, the Parisian patisserie located in the Webster boutique in Miami Beach, picking up some macaroons. Yes, he was rocking his famous Vivienne Westwood hat.

Final request

Paul Walker’s mother is asking an L.A. court to appoint her as guardian of the late actor’s 15-year-old daughter. Records show Cheryl Walker filed a petition to become the legal guardian of her granddaughter in accordance with the actor’s final wishes. The filings state that Meadow Rain Walker has been living with her grandmother since the Fast & The Furious star was killed in a fiery car crash in November. The filings state that Meadow’s mother is also living in Cheryl’s home but should not be the primary caretaker due to alcoholism.

It’s official

L'Wren Scott's cause of death is officially a suicide. The financially strapped fashion designer died by “hanging,” New York City's chief medical examiner's office announced. CNN reports that Scott’s remains had been claimed, but it is unclear by whom.

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