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A Twitter account claiming to be run by Amanda Bynes caused a bit of confusion Monday when it claimed the actress is engaged. In several tweets Monday, the user behind @PersianLa27 wrote, “We do not have an official wedding date as of yet but we are very much in love and very excited to share the rest of our lives together!” The account also posted photos of Bynes with a man she called “Matt V.” On her official Twitter account, @amandabynes, the actress wrote on Tuesday that the rogue Twitter account wasn’t her. “This person continues to impersonate and harass me and twitter needs to take the account down,” Bynes wrote.



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Gossip-hungry
‘Brit and Katy are fighting, pass it on’

Us Weekly has interpreted Britney Spears’ recent Instagram post as being a response to “insensitive” comments made by Katy Perry at the Grammy Awards. Perry said on the red carpet that she had been taking care of her mental health, adding, “I haven’t shaved my head yet,” as Spears did in 2007. In Spears’ Instagram video on Monday, she says, “A book in Malibu is all you need.” She captioned the video “Weekend advice.”



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Journalism
Moby just watched ‘All the President’s Men’ on Netflix

In an Instagram post in which he revealed he’d conferred with friends of his who work in D.C., the musician Moby shared that he had confidential intelligence on President Trump. He wrote that the Russian dossier on Trump is “100 percent real” and that the administration is “in collusion with the Russian government.” It was not clear who Moby’s sources were.



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Answers
Finally, we can all stop lying awake at night!

Amber Rose took to Instagram on Monday to “introduce [her] situation” following what she claimed were rumors about her love life. The model wrote that she recently broke up with her boyfriend, Val Chmerkovskiy, but that she is not back together with her ex-husband, Wiz Khalifa. The two were photographed kissing at an event this weekend. “A kiss on the lips …is not a big deal for either of us,” she wrote. She has since deleted the post.



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Politics
Melania makes her first popular celebrity friend

After Emily Ratajkowski tweeted Monday that a New York Times journalist told her “Melania [Trump] is a hooker,” the first lady thanked the actress. In her tweets, Ratajkowski wrote, “Whatever your politics it’s crucial to call this out.” Mrs. Trump tweeted Monday, “Applause to all women around the world who speak up, stand up and support other women!”



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Verbatim
“Note to self, don’t eat a bunch of pot muffins before the Grammys red carpet.” — Elle King, sharing on Instagram that she was a little out of it while on the Grammy Awards red carpet on Sunday