Dirty On The 30: Taylor Swift & Harry Styles Break Up, #cut4Bieber Trends & Ryan Lochte’s E! Reality Show

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Another day, another pile of celebrity dirt! It’s time to catch you up on all the celebrity gossip first thing in the AM so you can be in the know before all of your friends!

Today we’ve got the latest dirt on Taylor Swift’s break up with One Direction‘s Harry Style. Plus Justin Bieber‘s fans react to his leaked weed pictures on Twitter, and Olympian Ryan Lochte gets his own reality television show.

Let’s get it started!

Taylor Swift: Single And Ready To Mingle!?

Tay Tay might already be in the studio working on a follow-up to her smash We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together. 

According to RadarOnline, Swift and Styles jetted off to the British Virgin Islands on New Year’s Day, but Swift cut the vaca short and flew back to the USA on her own on Jan. 4th.

Why? Apparently the two had a major fight, which put the nail in the coffin of their two-month relationship.

Another one bites the bust for Tay Tay, who just recently split from her summer fling Conor Kennedy in October. Shortly after, she began dating Styles, and even spent time with his parents in England over the holidays.

What do you think their demise was? Maybe she wasn’t a fan of Harry’s parents. Or maybe Harry parties too much, and Taylor isn’t a fan? Word is that once Tay left Harry, he partied it up to “blow off some steam.”

So what team are you on: Taylor? Harry?

(Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

(Theo Wargo/Getty Images)

#cut4Bieber Trends On Twitter After Bieber’s Weed Photo Leaks

After the photo leaked of Biebs smoking pot over the weekend, people responded in the most crazy way possible: TwitPics. Okay so that part might not be crazy, but what they DID in their tweets caused alarm.

The hashtag #cut4bieber had become the top U.S. trend on Twitter yesterday after people began posting photos showing off  bleeding arms, allegedly the result of cutting by disappointed fans. At first glance it would seem as though these were “Beliebers” posting these to show pressure  on Justin into giving up his pot habit.

However this turns out to not be true! The group 4Chan was behind the entire “joke”. This is how it started, with one single tweet:

“Time to counter troll!!!!” the individual wrote. “We will now ***k with more kids by influencing them to smoke. It will still **** people off, and will make some stupid 12yr old smoke. At the end of the day, Bieber takes all the blame.”

Needless to say, this is just extremely scary. Cutting one’s self is bad as it is, but to do it FOR someone who you will more than likely never meet is even more sad. If you feel the need to do these things, seek professional help.

Even Miley Cyrus chimed in on #cut4Bieber yesterday, where she re-tweeted this out to her fans:

No word yet from Bieber’s camp.

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Ryan Lochte Gets Own Reality Show On E! Entertainment

Insert swoon here. Everyone’s favorite grilled out Olympic swimmer is getting his own reality show, thanks to E! Entertainment. The network has ordered six episodes of What Would Ryan Lochte Do? in the hopes that audiences are in fact interested in the answer to that question.

What Would Ryan Lochte Do? will follow him as he trains in the pool and goes about his business to prepare for the 2016 Summer Olympics, but it’s also about his search for love. Because, we all want to see Ryan hookup and party it up, right?

If E! can make the Kardashian Klan super famous, than anything is possible! Get your “Jeah”‘s ready America, Lochte’s reality show is coming to E! in April.

–Bryan Carstensen, 92.3 NOW

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