Bobbi Kristina Brown isn't pleased that her grandmother, Cissy Houston, wrote a tell-all book about her mother.
Why? Did she want to write one first?
Brown said she'll boycott Houston's book, "Remembering Whitney," which is due toi hits shelves on Thursday.
Whitney Houston's daughter said the book is "disrespectful" and has asked her fans not to read it.
Well, that should make a big dent in sales ... .
"Remembering Whitney" includes details of Whitney's drug abuse, rumors of a gay relationship and problems with her ex-husband (and Bobbi Kristina's father) Bobby Brown.
Cissy Houston, 79, has been promoting the book, including an interview with Oprah Winfrey, during which she acknowledged her granddaughter didn't want her to write the book.
"That's what I heard," Houston said, laughing. "I guess somebody telling her something, I don't know who."
Cissy Houston said her relationship with Bobbi Kristina is "iffy."
"I think she wants to be grown, and she knows that I'm not gonna tolerate her saying or doing anything to me," she says. "I'm gonna tell her the right thing that I think. I want her to do the right thing. And all I'm trying to do is guide her to the right place in her life."
Houston and her daughter-in-law, Pat Houston, sought to revise Brown's $20 million inheritance last year, saying she "is a highly visible target for those who would exert undue influence over her inheritance
JUSTIN BIEBER AND SELENA GOMEZ MAY BE BACK ON: Selena Gomez was spotted leaving Justin Bieber's house Saturday morning in Los Angeles.
Obviously he invited her over for breakfast so they could discuss their friendship moving forward in a positive fashion.
The only problem with that theory is that TMZ said breakfast started the night before.
The pair called it quits early last month and haven't been seen together since. But apparently they haven't had enough of each other.
Bieber tweeted on Saturday that he's "gonna focus on the positive. i understand that rumors come with the territory but im gonna stay me."
According to the Huffington Post, Gomez on Saturday was carrying luggage and left in one of Bieber's cars.
Whew. That's a relief.
JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE DENIES TAKING SHOT AT BRITNEY SPEARS: Justin Timberlake denied taking a shot at ex-girlfriend Britney Spears during his comeback gig over Super Bowl weekend in New Orleans.
According to Wenn, Timberlake performed for the first time in five years Saturday night. He performed a number of his hits, including "Cry Me a River," the song he wrote after splitting with Spears in 2002.
Before the song, Timberlake said "Sometimes in life, you think you found the one. But then one day you find out that she is just some (expletive)."
Don't beat around the bush, JT. Tell us how you really feel.
Of course, the comment sparked outrage among Spears' fans on Twitter. Timberlake responded by tweeting his denial that it was about Spears: "OK. I see you. Wouldn't disrespect ANYONE personally. Ever. Relax ... ."
Speaking of Justin Timberlake's ex-girlfriend, Spears' residency gig in Vegas is getting close to a done deal.
Citing a source close to the situation, People.com said the 31-year-old singer in "advanced talks with Planet Hollywood" for a residency," despite earlier reports that she wouldn't perform there because of hypnotist Marshall Silver's residency in March.
Maybe they could do a show together and Britney could get hypnotized to do crazy things onstage.
People close to Spears, who split up with Jason Trawick last month, are reportedly thrilled at her upcoming gig. Even her new puppy Hannah was stoked. He tweeted late Sunday, "Mommy, are dogs allowed to gamble in vegas? Gonna cash all my bones in for chips."
According to People.com. Spears later tweeted in response, "I don't think so honey," followed by the hashtag VivaLasVegas.
Yes, I am an adult male who got paid to write that.
DONALD TRUMP THREATENS TO SUE BILL MAHER: Donald Trump says he'll sue Bill Maher, claiming the "Real Time" host stiffed him on a $5 million challenge. Trump won the challenge when he provided a birth certificate to prove he isn't the child of an orangutan.
Birth certificates can be forged, you know.
According to The Wrap, The Donald called in to Fox News' "Fox & Friends" on Monday to announce his planned lawsuit.
Last month, Maher made fun of Trump's questioning President Obama's birth certificate by claiming Trump's biological parents were human and an orangutan. He told "Tonight Show" host Jay Leno he would pay $5 million to charity if Trump proved he was fully human.
Trump responded by giving a copy of his birth certificate to Yahoo News, and demanded Maher pay up.
Yeah, but is there anywhere on a birth certificate that says whether the parents are human?
Nearly a month later, Maher hasn't paid, and Trump wants to hold Maher to his promise.
"He promised me $5 million for charity if I provided certain information," Trump said on Monday. "Well, I provided the information. He didn't pay. So today I sue Bill Maher for $5 million for charity."
Can someone give this guy some attention?
Trump refused to believe that the whole thing was merely a joke.
"I don't think he was joking. He said it with venom. That was venom. That wasn't a joke. In fact, he was nervous when he said it; it was a pathetic delivery. But he said, 'I will give,' and said, 'I will accept.'"
You have to admit, if anyone knows venom, it's Donald Trump.
Maher has not commented on the matter.
FEBRUARY 5 IN HISTORY
Tuesday is Feb. 5, the 36th day of 2013. There are 329 days left in the year.
1811: George, the Prince of Wales, was named Prince Regent due to the mental illness of his father, Britain's King George III.
1887: Verdi's opera "Otello" premiered at La Scala.
1917: Congress passed, over President Woodrow Wilson's veto, an immigration act severely curtailing the influx of Asians. Mexico's constitution was adopted.
1922: The first edition of Reader's Digest was published.
1937: President Franklin D. Roosevelt proposed increasing the number of U.S. Supreme Court justices; the proposal, which failed in Congress, had critics accusing Roosevelt of attempting to "pack" the nation's highest court.
1940: Glenn Miller and his orchestra recorded "Tuxedo Junction" for RCA Victor's Bluebird label.
1953: Walt Disney's animated feature "Peter Pan" was first released.
1967: "The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour" premiered on CBS-TV.
1971: Apollo 14 astronauts Alan Shepard and Edgar Mitchell stepped onto the surface of the moon in the first of two lunar excursions.
1973: Services were held at Arlington National Cemetery for U.S. Army Col. William B. Nolde, the last official American combat casualty before the Vietnam cease-fire took effect.
1983: Former Nazi Gestapo official Klaus Barbie, expelled from Bolivia, was brought to Lyon (lee-OHN'), France, to stand trial. (He was convicted of war crimes and sentenced to life in prison; he died in 1991.)
1988: The Arizona House impeached Gov. Evan Mecham, setting the stage for his trial in the state Senate, where he was convicted of obstructing justice and misusing funds.
2003: Secretary of State Colin Powell urged the U.N. Security Council to move against Saddam Hussein, saying Iraq had failed to disarm, was harboring terrorists and was hiding behind a "web of lies."
2012: Eli Manning and the Giants one-upped Tom Brady and the Patriots again, coming back with a last-minute score to beat New England 21-17 for New York's fourth NFL title in Super Bowl XLVI (46).
Baseball Hall of Famer Hank Aaron (79), football Hall-of-Famer Roger Staubach (71), singer Cory Wells (Three Dog Night) (71), rock singer Al Kooper (69), actress Barbara Hershey (65), actor Christopher Guest (65), actor Tom Wilkinson (65), actor-comedian Tim Meadows (52), actress Jennifer Jason Leigh (51), actress Laura Linney (49), rock musician Duff McKagan (Velvet Revolver) (49), singer Bobby Brown (44), actor-singer Darren Criss (TV: "Glee") (26).