In this week's A-list Insider: Justin Bieber quits Instagram after Selena Gomez spat, Kristen Stewart talks Robert Pattinson romance, and Kanye West might headline the super bowl.
The Biebs quits Instagram
Justin Bieber has officially left the building. The popstar deleted his account over the weekend after a heated exchange with former girlfriend Selena Gomez on the social media site.
So this is what happened. For the last few weeks Justin has been spending a lot of time with Sofia Richie, the 17-year-old daughter of Lionel Richie. Fans were not happy and targeted his rumoured girlfriend with hate comments. He threatened to make his profile private. Selena left a message in his comments reminding him that it comes with the territory and that if he can't handle the hate he should stop posting pictures of his girlfriend. He hit back by calling her a user. Hours after his their public spat, his had deactivated his account.
Kristen Stewart slams 'gross' Robert Pattinson romance
Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart has claimed that her high-profile romance with Twilight co-star Robert Pattinson "wasn't real life".
Opening up about their five-year-old relationship in the latest issue of T magazine she said it was like being part of a story for entertainment value and felt "gross".
"People wanted me and Rob to be together so badly that our relationship was made into a product."
The couple split up after she was unfaithful with her Snow White And The Huntsman director Rupert Sanders in 2012. Kristen is now dating her former personal assistant Alicia Cargile.
Kanye West for the Super Bowl?
And finally, it looks like rapper Kanye West may headline next year's super bowl halftime show – if his fans have anything to do with it. Now that Adele is officially out of the running, a petition has been launched persuade the NFL to sign up the Famous hit maker.
Twitter has been filled with pleas to get Kim K's husband on the stage after TeamKanyeDaily started the hashtag campaign #KanyeWestForSuperBowl51.
If Yeezy fans actually make it happen, he will be following in the footsteps of the likes of Beyoncé, Michael Jackson and most recently Coldplay.
Earlier in August, Adele revealed that she declined the offer to perform at the super bowl because it's "not about music."