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Brown's picture causes controversy, Dior defends Lawrence's dress split

Chris Brown has raised some eyebrows with a new Instagram photo. The singer posted an illustration of Jesus on the cross with the caption, "The way I feel today." The post comes one day after Brown was accused of starting a fight with fellow singer Frank Ocean. The picture has divided people online, with some fans coming out in support of Brown, others attacking him for comparing his fight over a parking space to Jesus. Fresh off her Golden Globes co-hosting duties, Amy Poehler has signed a deal to write a memoir. It will reportedly be an illustrated, non-linear diary filled with both fictional anecdotes and life lessons. It's scheduled for release in fall 2014. Fashion house Dior has come to the defense of Jennifer Lawrence - or at least the gown that she was wearing. Dior said that Lawrence's dress did not suffer a wardrobe malfunction at the SAG awards, where seemingly ripped, revealing the actress' legs. Reps for Dior said the dress was designed with different layers, and the rip wasn't a rip at all, it was merely a separation of those layers. Finally, Ashton Kutcher's portrayal of Apple founder Steve Jobs made him sick. The actor told "USA Today" that in order to better understand Jobs, he only ate fruit, to keep up with Jobs' purported diet. Kutcher said he was hospitalized two days before the start of filming for problems with his pancreas levels. The film, entitled "jOBS," just had its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival.

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