— Don't expect to get a friend request from Justin Timberlake! The 29-year-old singer (who appears in The Social Network, in theaters October 1) says he has no idea how to operate a Facebook page. "I don't personally have a Facebook page, but I work with a group of people who do charity work through it," he tells Parade. "Other than that, I don't care about my friends' feelings — they can just call me and tell me. I feel like a dinosaur because if I was on it, I wouldn't know how to operate it." [Parade]
— In the new issue of Rolling Stone, President Barack Obama admits to having more than 2,000 songs on his iPod — including hip-hop joints from Lil Wayne and Beyonce's husband! "Jay-Z used to be sort of what predominated, but now I've got a little Nas and a little Lil Wayne and some other stuff," he explains. "Malia and Sasha are now getting old enough to where they start hipping me to things. Music is still a great source of joy and occasional solace in the midst of what can be some difficult days." [Rolling Stone]
— Before Emma Stone hit it big with roles in Superbad and Easy A, the 21-year-old actress was getting laughs from a much smaller audience: mom and dad! "I think my ultimate goal at the end of the day is to make my parents laugh," she tells the October issue of Nylon. "Maybe that is what this is all about: a roundabout way of trying of trying to entertain my parents, just like I did in the living room when I was a kid." [Just Jared]
— What's Bachelorette Ali Fedotowsky's secret to clear skin? "The most important skincare step is to take off your makeup — two times especially: at bedtime, and before you workout," Fedotowsky, 25, recommends. "When you sweat, your pores open up, and all that dirt clogs you up. Believe me, I've been working out in the gym before, wiped my face in my towel, and have seen all that grossness left behind. It's cyclical — if you take care of your skin and keep it clear, you won't have to put on a lot of makeup to begin with." [Stylelist]
— Jonah Hill has starred in 10 hit movies in the past two years, but the 26-year-old actor says he can't bear to watch himself on screen. "I've never watched a movie that I've made once it's been on DVD unless it's on cable," Hill tells CNN. "I watched Knocked Up and Forgetting Sarah Marshall when they were on because I didn't have a big part in those movies, so I can watch without thinking about myself or being self-judging." [CNN]
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