As we told you yesterday, Harry Styles recently sat down for his first interview with Howard Stern and opened up about a lot of things, including the scary details of him being recently robbed at gunpoint. He also talked about his feelings on Zayn Malik leaving One Direction so abruptly, without even discussing it with the other guys first.

And we were wondering if Taylor Swift would come up during the interview and we were not disappointed. It was literally at the very end of the interview when Harry was asked how he feels about having a song written about him, good or bad:

Justin Bieber is on the Ellen show today and we've got a sneak peek at Ellen's favorite celebrity game "Burning Questions" for you:

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Ariana Grande can add Mikey Foster to the list of exes to whom she can say, "Thank u, next." The two are no longer romantically involved. After about eight months of dating, they called it quits, a source confirmed to Us Weekly. Mikey is one half of the duo Social House and has worked with Ariana on a few of her hit songs as a co-producer. His group was also the opening act for her Sweetener World Tour, which ended in December 2019.
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Neither of the singers addressed their relationship publicly but Ari's brother, Frankie Grande, seemed to confirm their status when he set the record straight stating that his sister was "very much single."

By the way, a huge congrats to Ariana as she just reached a massive YouTube milestone. She's become the first female artist to reach 40 million subscribers on her official artist channel on the platform. Ariana's one of only five artists. period, to hit that many subscribers. The small group includes Justin Bieber, Ed Sheeran, Marshmello and Eminem. Just last month, Justin became the first artist to top 50 million YouTube subscribers. The singer got his start on the platform back in 2007.

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