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Justin Bieber visits the Anne Frank House

Justin Bieber has visited the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, with a museum spokeswoman saying the Canadian pop star wrote in the guestbook that he hoped Frank ‘‘would have been a Belieber’’ if she had lived. Museum spokeswoman Maatje Mostart confirmed Sunday that Bieber visited Friday evening. ‘‘Belieber’’ is what Bieber fans call themselves. Anne Frank was a Jewish teenager who hid with her family in a small apartment above a warehouse during the Nazi occupation of World War II. Her family was caught and deported, and Anne died in Bergen Belsen. Her diary has become the most widely read document to emerge from the Holocaust. Bieber’s whole note read: ‘‘Truly inspiring to be able to come here. Anne was a great girl. Hopefully she would have been a Belieber.’’

Comedian arrested

Authorities say comedian Kevin Hart has been arrested on suspicion of drunken driving after his black Mercedes nearly collided with a tanker truck on a Southern California freeway. California Highway Patrol Officer Ed Jacobs says Hart appeared intoxicated when he was pulled over before dawn Sunday on Highway 101 in Los Angeles. Hart failed a field sobriety test, was booked for misdemeanor DUI, and held on a $5,000 bond.

Jackman’s close shave

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It was a hair-raising experience for actor Hugh Jackman at a New York City gym. WCBS reports that Jackman was working out in a gym Saturday in the West Village when a woman rushed in, crying and shouting that she loved him. The ‘‘X-Men’’ star told the radio station on Sunday that the run-in was frightening. Police say Kathleen Thurston, 47, pulled out a razor filled with hair and threw it at Jackman, then fled and was arrested several blocks away. Jackman wasn’t hurt. Thurston is charged with stalking.

High note

“It’s one of the greatest things that ever happened.” — Vince Gill, telling his Madison Square Garden audience that he was honored to perform as part of Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival over the weekend.

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