Bill Clinton

Stars Send Birthday Messages to Mick Jagger

Mick Jagger’s famous friends and fans took to the Internet on Friday, July 26 to send messages of congratulations as the Rolling Stones star turned 70.
The music legend’s milestone created a buzz on and the singer was flooded with birthday greetings from devotees from around the world.
Jagger’s partner L’Wren Scott gave fans a glimpse into the star’s private birthday celebrations by posting a picture of a big pile of gift-wrapped presents on her page with the message, “Happy Birthday Mick Jagger… The most kind and adoring man… Love to you.”
The singer’s Rolling Stones bandmate Ronnie Wood also sent a public birthday message to his friend – in a post on, he wrote, “Hey – Happy birthday Mick Jagger! Enjoy & have fun,” while Jagger’s ex-wife Bianca added, “Happy birthday Mick Jagger – May the Good Lord shine a light on you warm like the evening sun, xx Bianca.”
One Direction star Harry Styles also sent a birthday message to the veteran musician, writing, “Happy birthday Mick Jagger legend,” and former U.S. President Bill Clinton also took time to honour the star: “Everyone wants the moves like Jagger… but Mick Jagger, you’re one of a kind. Happy Birthday, friend!”
Rocker Lenny Kravitz offered, “Happy Birthday Mick!!!!… Have a good one Bro,” while tributes also came in from Pamela Anderson, William Shatner, Martin Kemp and Mia Farrow.
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Justin Bieber Contacts Bill Clinton After Mop Video

Justin Bieber has reportedly made amends with Bill Clinton after apparently cursing at a photo of the former U.S. President in a shocking new video.

The Baby hitmaker came under fire on Wednesday after footage emerged online showing a young man who looks a lot like Bieber relieving himself in a mop bucket in the kitchen of a New York City restaurant.

The controversial clip, reportedly shot earlier this year, ends with the Bieber lookalike spraying cleaning fluid on a framed picture of Clinton and cursing at Bill Clinton!

The singer has yet to confirm whether he is indeed the star of the film, but reports suggest Bieber reached out to Clinton to apologise after the footage spread across the web.

Bieber appeared to confirm speculation he had been in touch with the former White House leader by sending him a message via, writing, “Bill Clinton thanks for taking the time to talk Mr. President. Your words meant alot. Great guy.”

A source tells E! News Clinton wasn’t offended by the stunt and even assured Bieber, “If that is the worst thing you have ever done, all is well.”

Earlier on Wednesday, Bieber appeared to show remorse for the controversy when he tweeted, “In life u will make mistakes and people will try and tear u down… but u gotta stay positive. Stay strong.. and learn to be better… and… always live to serve others and The Lord. Growing every day.”