Liam Payne received some flack this week after a Vine video of him taking selfies with fans went viral and now he is responding to the buzz.
In the clip, the 21-year-old One Direction singer is seen giving big smiles when snapping photos with the fans at the ARIA Awards in Australia, but then wiping the smile completely off his face in between each fan.
“Lots of people saying I was ‘faking’ smiles with fans yesterday… I usually find when ur taking a photo u don’t smile until somebody’s about to take the photo 📷 🌟,” Liam tweeted in his defense.
“Sorry to disappoint but I don’t walk around like this all day… That would hurt!” Liam added with a big smile emoji.
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George Clooney and his wife Amal make their way through Heathrow Airport on Thursday (November 27) in London, England.
The 53-year-old actor and the 36-year-old lawyer each rolled their own carry-on size suitcase into the airport to catch a departing flight on Thanksgiving day.
Perhaps they are heading to the United States to spend the holiday with George‘s family?
Earlier in the week, Amal was spotted going solo at the airport while arriving back in London from a business trip.
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Joan Rivers‘ Twitter account has remained silent since her untimely death over the summer and now her daughter Melissa Rivers has taken over the account after figuring out the password.
“I finally figured out my mom’s password HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Xo Melissa,” she wrote to her mom’s fans.
Melissa also posted a great Throwback Thursday picture of herself with Joan. See it right here!
A source told Page Six that Melissa will be holding a Thanksgiving dinner tonight at her mom’s Upper East Side apartment.
“Melissa is hosting the dinner in honor of Joan, and to continue a tradition she did every year. Joan would welcome her friends, relatives and anyone who might not have family members in New York to a Thanksgiving dinner at her home,” the source said. “Her table seats 50 people, and each year everyone had to stand up and tell the table what they were thankful for. This year, it will be sad without Joan, but Melissa wants the occasion to be a happy one, to remember her mother and everything she did for other people.”