Amanda Bynes Wears Blonde Wig in First Mugshot, Mariah Carey Suffers Wardrobe Malfunction: Top 5 Stories

Celebrity News May. 24, 2013 AT 7:10PM
Amanda Bynes, Mariah Carey. Amanda Bynes, Mariah Carey. Credit: Steve Granitz/WireImage; D Dipasupil/FilmMagic

Amanda Bynes wears blonde wig in shocking first mugshot after she was arrested for marijuana possession, reckless endangerment and tampering with evidence on Thursday, May 23, Mariah Carey has a wardrobe malfunction while on Good Morning America, and Selena Gomez is spotted out to dinner with Jaden Smith. See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Friday, May 24 in the roundup!

1. Amanda Bynes Mugshot Revealed After Bong-Throwing Incident

Amanda Bynes' newest mugshot is here. Us Weekly has obtained one of the first copies of the 27-year-old star's booking photo, taken at the Midtown Precinct North station in NYC at 7:42 p.m. on Thursday, May 23. In the photo, the All That actress wears a platinum blonde wig, little-to-no makeup and a surly, upward expression

2. VIDEO: Mariah Carey Has Wardrobe Malfunction, Curses on Good Morning America

Good Morning America's Lara Spencer deserves a Nobel. The TV anchor, 43, kept a straight face before a live TV audience and a crowd of hundreds in NYC's Central Park as Mariah Carey dealt with early-morning grogginess -- and a narrowly-missed, nearly disastrous wardrobe malfunction.

3. Selena Gomez, Jaden Smith Go to Dinner Together in London 

Is Selena Gomez trying to make Justin Bieber jealous? The 20-year-old "Come & Get It" singer was photographed going to dinner with her on-again, off-again boyfriend's good friend, Jaden Smith, in London on Thursday, May 23.

4. Jamie Anne Allman Welcomes Premature Twins: My Pregnancy Was Horrible

In an exclusive interview with Us Weekly, The Killing's Jamie Anne Allman reveals she had a "horrible" pregnancy that resulted in the premature birth of twin boys. Eighty-one days before her due date, the actress welcomed sons Asher James and Oliver Charles on Thursday, Jan. 31. 

5. Zach Sobiech Funeral: Congregation Sings "Clouds" in Touching Goodbye

Zach Sobiech's funeral was held on Thursday, May 23, and hundreds gathered to celebrate his life. After battling osteosarcoma from the age of 14, Sobiech passed away on May 20 at the age of 18. His memory, and mission to help find a cure for childhood cancer, lives on through his inspirational song, "Clouds."

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