The Lean In movement heated up with some help from Beyoncé Monday, while Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez continued to keep things hot and heavy in their recently rekindled romance. Miley Cyrus tried to keep her Bangerz Tour safe and Ellie Goulding is prepping to premiere a brand-new video on "MTV First" Tuesday night (March 11). Here are Tuesday's top stories.
Beyoncé Wants You To Ban The Word Bossy
Sheryl Sandberg, the CEO of Facebook and founder of the Lean In movement, aims to get women hyped on achieving their professional and personal ambitions. But how will Sandberg get the younger gen behind the idea? With a little help from Queen Bey. Beyoncé, Jennifer Garner, Jane Lynch and more came together for the Ban Bossy campaign, an idea that encourages girls to not be afraid of taking a leadership role based on labels. "I'm not bossy," Beyoncé states in the video. "I'm the boss."
Jelena Grinds In The Dance Studio In Instagram Videos
Well, if there was any doubt, Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez are definitely back on. Late Monday, Bieber posted two videos on Instagram of the couple performing a routine in a dance studio. And not just any routine. A routine to a John Legend song. A routine in which Bieber pins Gomez against the wall and Gomez wraps her legs around his shirtless torso.
The intimacy of it may be why Bieber removed the vids from his account shortly after posting them. Lucky for us, we managed to snag 'em first.
Miley Cyrus Fan Arrested After Sneaking Backstage
At Miley's recent Omaha Bangerz Tour show, an 18-year-old fan was arrested for sneaking backstage and leaving a note proclaiming his adoration for her. Seems innocent enough... but the cops didn't agree. After the fan tweeted that he had left a message for her in her dressing room, the cops arrested him on misdemeanor criminal trespassing, causing him to miss the show entirely. Though, apparently, it was "totally worth it."
Ellie Goulding, 'Divergent' Stars On 'MTV First' Tonight
The "Beating Heart" singer will go live from MTV with the two stars of "Divergent," Shailene Woodley and Theo James, to premiere the video for her song off from the movie soundtrack. "MTV First" will stream live tonight at 7:53 p.m. on MTV. Immediately following, tune to MTV.com for an exclusive interview with the "Divergent" cast and Goulding about the dystopian film and its electro-infused soundtrack.