Miley Cyrus says cocaine is "gross," Robert Pattinson is dating Dylan Penn, and Kanye West blasts "manipulative" Jimmy Kimmel on Twitter: See Us Weekly's top 5 stories from Friday, Sept. 27, in the roundup!
Miley Cyrus is living the high life -- and she doesn't care who knows it. The 20-year-old "We Can't Stop" singer, who once said she was "disappointed" in herself for getting caught smoking salvia, now has no problems talking about her recreational drug use. In new outtakes from her recent Rolling Stone interview (which accompanied her topless cover shoot), the ex-child star raves that "weed is the best drug on earth," especially compared to cocaine. MDMA -- a.k.a. Molly -- also gets a big thumbs up from the former Hannah Montana actress.
Does Robert Pattinson have a thing for famous progeny? After hooking up with Riley Keough -- Elvis Presley's granddaughter -- over the summer, Kristen Stewart's ex-boyfriend has rebounded with another stunning young woman with A-list roots: Dylan Penn, the daughter of Sean Penn and ex-wife Robin Wright. Us Weekly can confirm the rumors that Pattinson, 27, has been seeing the pretty blonde model, 22, for about two months.
A sign of things to come? Khloe Kardashian gave what may be the most telling hint yet that her marriage to Lamar Odom is in trouble when she changed her display name on Twitter from Khloe Kardashian Odom to just Khloe. (Her username, @KhloeKardashian, remains the same.) Whether the change in name coincides with a change of heart remains to be seen, but it does coincide with something else: the estranged couple's fourth wedding anniversary.
Getting over her divorce from Eddie Cibrian -- and the headline-grabbing LeAnn Rimes affair that led up to it -- was nothing compared to the pain Brandi Glanville has had to deal with in the months and years following, she tells Bethenny Frankel on a new episode of Bethenny, airing Friday, Sept. 27. Seeing (via social media) her sons Mason, 9, and Jake, 5, interact with their stepmother, Glanville's longtime foe Rimes, is much worse, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star revealed.
It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world -- and Kanye West is a mad, mad, mad, mad guy. The rapper, 36, launched an epic Twitter tirade on Thursday, Sept. 26, after Jimmy Kimmel aired a parody of West's BBC Radio 1 interview with Zane Lowe, in which he called himself the "No. 1 rock star on the planet" and compared himself to Wreck-It Ralph's Vanellope von Schweetz. Kimmel's parody, titled "Kanye Kid Re-Kreation," featured two little boys reenacting parts of West's interview while sipping on milkshakes.