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Eminem: Did He Diss Justin Bieber In New Song?

4 November 2013 10:08 AM, PST | HollywoodLife | See recent HollywoodLife news »

When we look back at Em’s career, we know that he’s notable for constantly making fun of other celebs. So it’s not surprising that in his new song, ‘Evil Dead,’ he dropped a line about the Biebs.

Eminem‘s new record, MMLP2, is already a fan favorite — but is he dissing Justin Bieber on a new track? The rapper makes fun of everyone from Casey Anthony to Britney Spears in the new song, “Evil Twin” — and yes, he mentions the Believe singer.

Eminem’s ‘Evil Twin’ Disses — Did He Bash Justin Bieber?

It looks like Eminem is actually taking the high road! He explains in the new song, that he’s bummed there aren’t any boy bands to make fun of anymore (apparently he’s unaware of One Direction).

So, he straight out asks:

So who’s left? Lady Gaga? Messed with the Bieber? Nah.

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- Emily Longeretta

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Fantastic Mr Fox

28 June 2013 9:00 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Roald Dahl's vulpine classic is transformed into an Ocean's Eleven-style heist caper. Weirdly, it works

Spoiler Alert: This blog is published ahead of a screening on Channel 4 on Sunday at 4.55pm. Do not read if you have not seen the film and don't want to know anything about it.

"My suicide mission has been cancelled. We're replacing it with a go-for-broke rescue mission" – Mr Fox

Roald Dahl and Wes Anderson are two sides of the same coin. Both of them delight in dark whimsy – a child drowning in chocolate here, a stop-motion shark that causes a middle-aged man to reassess his priorities there – but they go about demonstrating this in completely different ways. Anderson prizes order and precision above all else – but Dahl, typified by Quentin Blake's haywire illustrations, is the enemy of sterility.

So when Anderson decided to adapt Dahl's book Fantastic Mr Fox, questions »

- Stuart Heritage

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