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Catherine Zeta-Jones; Lindsay Lohan; Justin Bieber

Catherine Zeta-Jones has checked into a psychiatric hospital to seek treatment for bipolar depression. Her representatives portrayed the 30-day treatment program as “periodic care” to manage her illness, though the Daily Mail (U.K.) reported that marital tensions between her and husband Michael Douglas may have triggered a relapse. The Oscar-winning actress was first hospitalized for depression two years ago, due to the stress of dealing with Douglas’s 2010 battle with cancer. Published reports said that Douglas, 68, moved out of the couple’s home in Bedford, N.Y., for a brief period earlier this year. Zeta-Jones has said that she and her husband occasionally give each other “space” for their own comfort. “That’s why our marriage lasts,” she said.

Just before checking into court-ordered rehab for 90 days, Lindsay Lohan told an interviewer she’s never had a drug or alcohol problem, and that “constantly sending me to rehab is pointless.” The actress has been twice convicted of DUI, twice been caught with cocaine, and is on her sixth trip to rehab. She nonetheless told Piers Morgan that she’s “never been a huge drinker,” and has taken cocaine “maybe four or five times” in her life. After spending 250 days in rehab over the years, Lohan said, she should be allowed to “go abroad to different countries and work with children.” Lohan also said that despite her extended love affair with DJ Samantha Ronson, she’s neither gay nor bisexual. “I know I’m straight,” Lohan said.

Justin Bieber was sent flying by overzealous security guards during a concert in Dubai, when a fan rushed onstage to hug him as he was playing the piano. A member of Bieber’s security team violently tackled the male fan, and as fans screamed in horror, additional guards rushed the intruder, knocking the teen star off his piano bench and flipping over his grand piano. After the guards dragged the intruder away, Bieber returned to the stage to finish his set. “Nothing stops the show,” he later tweeted.

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