Justin Bieber & Tim Hortons Team For New “Biebs Brew”
Justin Bieber is once again teaming with Tim Hortons. After their successful pairing last fall on the Bieber-approved Timbeibs Timbits, the chain will launch "Biebs Brew,” a French vanilla cold brew, on June 6th.
"We couldn't stop at Timbiebs, we needed a Biebs Brew too. And we are bringing both to Tims next month," Justin shares. "Doing a Tim Hortons collab had always been a dream of mine. I grew up on Tim Hortons and it's always been something close to my heart."
The new cold brew will be available in both the U.S. and Canada. In addition, the three Timbiebs flavors will return, and folks will be able to order a “Biebs Bundle,” which includes a large Biebs Brew and a 10-pack of Timbiebs, for only $5.
Bam Margera Is ‘Back And Ready To Rock’ After Completing Rehab Program
After a year of treatment at a Florida rehab center for alcohol, Jackass star Bam Margera is back at home. He announced his return in an Instagram Story, and then announced his involvement with the video app Cameo.
He’s out, but he’s not done; Margera says he’ll continue to go to outpatient treatment; his wife, Nikki Boyd, and their four-year-old son Phoenix have relocated to an apartment complex near the treatment facility so Margera can live with his family while attending classes.
Boyd had previously filed for custody of Phoenix and asked at the time that Margera be given monitored visitation rights. Margera dropped a wrongful termination lawsuit against Johnny Knoxville and Paramount Pictures last month.
Miley Cyrus Will Host NBC’s New Year’s Eve Special Again
Miley Cyrus will once again be ringing in the New Year for NBC. In case you missed it, the singer announced during her appearance on “Late Night with Seth Meyers” that she will return to host “Miley's New Year's Eve Party” on NBC on December 31st.
“I'm kind of a go with the flow kind of person, but (with) this now, it seems like I kind of know what I'm doing on New Year's forever,” she shared. “Which I like, because I need boundaries."
She adds, "I know that I have to keep my act together enough to make it to New Year. And that NBC will actually allow me to be on television because there were a couple years there where it was dicey, live TV. I wasn't asked to do a lot of live TV."
Source: Late Night with Seth Meyers