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Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift Make Cupcakes and More Celebrity News

Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift Make Cupcakes and More Celebrity News

Gomez and Swift had the ultimate girls night in, while Michael Jackson made an appearance from the beyond for Pepsi

Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift

This week, it seemed like more celebrities were staying in instead of going out — Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift partied like teenagers, Mila Kunis ordered takeout, and Courtney Love needs a chicken potpie from Dean and Deluca delivered to her house every morning.

Restaurant Buzz

• Mila Kunis picked up takeout from Panda Express in Los Angeles. [Us]

Katie Couric and Rosanna Scotto shared risotto at New York's Fresco by Scotto. [NY Post]

Seen & Heard

Bryan Greenberg is a kid in a candy store, literally. [Instagram/Bryan Greenberg]

Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift had a girls night in. The two baked cupcakes, played the guitar, and had a dance party; we're jealous. [Instagram/Selena Gomez]

Jessica Alba makes a wish before blowing out the candle on her birthday cake. [Instagram/Cash Warren]

Jenna Fischer munched on bagels backstage at TODAY. [Instagram/Today Show]

Justin Bieber's favorite cereal is a tie between Frosted Mini-Wheats and Crunch Berries, and he loves broccoli Cheddar soup. [HollywoodLife]

Courtney Love loves herself some lemon water, chicken potpie, anything by Mario Batali, and pineapple upside-down cake. She hates chocolate; Kurt Cobain did, too. [Grub Street]

• A pregnant Adriana Lima says that all she really wants is an ice-cold beer. [The Cut]

• Every edition of Vogue has made an announcement that it will no longer feature unhealthy or underage models "knowingly." [Fashionista]

Michael Jackson's smooth moves are making an appearance in a new Pepsi commercial. [E!]

Sandra Bullock grabbed Starbucks for two. [People]


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


Roy Choi Reveals What It's Really Like To Teach Selena Gomez How To Cook - Exclusive

Singer, songwriter, actress, producer, fashionista – Selena Gomez has juggled many roles since she first emerged on the entertainment scene at age 10, as a recurring character on the kid TV show, Barney (per IMDb). Will chef be the next addition to her resume? While Gomez knows Hollywood like the back of her hand, the People's Choice Awards winner is the first to admit that she doesn't know her way around her own kitchen. "I really love to eat, but I'm not the best cook," she explains in the trailer of her new HBO Max Original Series, Selena + Chef. In this show, she learns how to make a variety of different entrees from 10 master chefs — who, like Gomez, are in quarantine, and are teaching her over video conferencing.

So is Selena Gomez a good student? In an exclusive interview with Mashed, Kogi BBQ food truck legend Roy Choi, who taught Selena how to make his short-rib breakfast taco recipe, shared his honest impressions of what it was like to walk Gomez through the process of this Korean-influenced brunch treat — and also how it felt when pop legend Taylor Swift made a surprise appearance on their episode.


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