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Justice for Justin (Bieber), Re-locating Lindsay (Lohan) and My Little Ponies are no longer ponies. Lauren Sivan breaks down some of the day's lighter fair.

Turns out we should have "Beliebed" Justin Bieber when he said he wasn't driving his Ferrari around his neighborhood on Memorial Day. That was when neighbors and NFL star Keyshawn Johnson reported seeing the pop star driving like a lunatic around Calabassas. Johnson even chased him down in his Prius but the Biebs wouldn't open the door when he showed up at his house. Now TMZ reports LA Sherriff's deputies saw surveillance video of this particular incident that shows Bieb's friend Tyler The Creator behind the wheel- not Justin. In fact, Tyler pulls into the driveway and Justin pulls in behind him on a motorcycle. Looks like jokes on us Justin. This ONE time it WASN'T you driving like a maniac. We're sorry, Baby baby baby.

Lindsay Lohan is serving a 90 day court ordered rehab. She's completed 30 days at Betty Ford but that's no place to summer. So Lindsay got permission from the prosecution and the judge to finish the remainder at Cliffside rehab in Malibu. No word yet if she'll be able to pop her beloved Adderrall while there but the way things are going for her, she should just convince the judge they're "sober pills."

And finally, "My Little Ponies Equestrian Girls" is a new animated movie out this weekend. But instead of those feisty fillies, this flick features a heard of scantily clad human girls. Some Gen X parents who grew up with the pretty ponies of the 80's are bucking this trend- and keeping their kids home.

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