Beyoncé Does Her Own Makeup

Beyoncé remembers first trying makeup when she was 6 years old.

"I was playing in my mother's makeup," she tells PEOPLE. "I had blue eye shadow and red lips, and I put crazy blush on. I looked like a clown, but I thought I was so beautiful."

Her routine has come a long way since then – the singer often does her own makeup for appearances – but her love for the basics remains.

Asked what she wears to look awake after sleepless nights spent with baby Blue, she replies, "Lip gloss – I love L'Oréal's Infallible 8 HR Le Gloss in Coral Sands – and a little bit of blush."

Tom Cruise replaces Hugh Jackman

Tom Cruise has some big shoes to fill. Some big, thickly accented, monster-hunting shoes.

Universal announced this week that the A-lister is attached to take the lead in a reboot of the previously Hugh Jackman-starring Van Helsing, which is one of several films on the studio's production slate. Thanks to his foray into Anne Rice territory, Cruise is no stranger to a big-screen bloodsucker, but going from vampire to vampire slayer? Now that's range.

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Rosie O’Donnell against Lindsay Lohan

It’s a battle of the Mean Girls.

The former ‘Queen of Nice’ Rosie O’Donnell is slamming the casting of Lindsay Lohan as iconic actress Elizabeth Taylor in a new biopic for Lifetime Television.

During a new roundtable panel segment on Tuesday’s Today show featuring O’Donnell, TV pundit Donny Deutsch and Star Jones, host Matt Lauer brought up the topic of Lohan playing the late Oscar winning actress in the upcoming television movie Liz and Dick, a movie based on Taylor’s legendary romance with Richard Burton.

Guy Pearce has been cast in Iron Man 3

Variety report the actor, currently starring in space action flick Lockout, will join Robert Downey Jr, Gwyneth Paltrow and Don Cheadle in the sequel, with Shane Black (Kiss Kiss Bang Bang) taking over as director from franchise kickstarter Jon Favreau.

Justin Bieber bought a new superbike

Justin Bieber Two-Wheel BALLIN' On New $20k Superbike

Justin Bieber is snatching up hot wheels like most people buy Starbucks -- 'cause he just added a sick limited edition Ducati motorcycle to his ever-expanding fleet of vehicles.

According to sources, 18-year-old Bieber dropped $20,000 on a Ducati Superbike 848 EVO ... which was delivered to him Thursday.

We're told Biebs picked out the arctic white silk model at an LA dealership a couple days ago ... on recommendation from Usher, who has the black model.

ABC Looking for bachelors

Attention Baltimore bachelors: ABC is looking for you.

The network plans to hold in June an open casting call in Baltimore for season 17 of “The Bachelor”.

Local affiliate WMAR-TV ABC2 officials said the station is looking for a bar, hotel, or other location to hold the casting calls.

Andrew Kinkead, director of sales at ABC2, said the station was just notified of the casting call and the right location should be centrally located and have ample parking. The network always encourages "both guys and girls to apply."

Thousands Show Up For Casting Call

IRON MAN 3 In Search of Twins; Thousands Show Up For Casting Call In North Carolina

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For

It's been years of hype, but today, it doesn't get anymore official than a press release from Robert Rodriguez and Frank Miller announcing the commencement of production on Sin City: A Dame to Kill For, the sequel to the 2005 graphic novel adaptation. Plot details are being kept under wraps, but the second volume of the graphic novel follows Dwight (Clive Owen) stuck with only a seedy gumshoe job and some demons, thinking of all the ways he's screwed up and looking for one chance to wipe the slate clean and dig his way out of the numb gray hell that is his life.

Third Season of "Game of Thrones"

Baby-killing, incest and decapitations aplenty aside, the world at large really, really loves Game of Thrones. So much so, in fact, that HBO has already ordered a third season of the critically acclaimed fantasy series, a decision made just two episodes into the currently airing second season.

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