The Biebs was born with a thick mane that can easily be molded into the perfect helmet shape, so he just can't understand how genetics could be so cruel. Here's what he said about the Duke of Cambridge's ever-growing bald spot: "You just take Propecia and your hair grows back. Have you not got it over here?" If that stuff worked for every balding man, there would be a lot less shiny heads out there, Justin. The pop star might be singing a different tune one day when his own locks aren't as lush as they used to be.
Selena Gomez' boyfriend isn't the only celeb who has recently dissed another celeb. Here's a look at a few other stars' insults:
Joan Rivers also insults the royals
The Queen of Mean couldn't resist going after the royal family herself, but maybe she took things a little too far with this "Fashion Police" advice for Kate Middleton: "If you ever want to go to Paris, fly don't take the tunnel." Was a Princess Diana death joke really necessary on a show that would normally just make fun of the royals' silly hats?
Jeffrey Ross makes an Aurora shooting joke
Joan isn't the only celeb that recently came up with an offensive death-related diss. Here's the quip that Ross made about actor Seth Green during the Comedy Central Roast of Roseanne Barr: "Seth, you haven't gotten this much attention since you shot all those people in Aurora. You're actually not like (accused shooter) James Holmes. He was doing things in a theater that people remember." The extremely insensitive joke will be cut from the televised version of the show that airs Sunday, which is great since it doesn't make much sense - fans of the Austin Powers films still quote Seth's character.
Elton's latest Madge insult was pretty awesome: "She looks like a [expletive] fairground stripper. And she's been so horrible to [Lady] Gaga." But Lady Gaga probably wouldn't see his diss as being all that bad - the "fame hooker" and "prostitute wench" might even consider making a "fairground stripper" her next alter ego.
It's also hard not to love what this funnyman dubbed K-Stew on Conan O'Brien's show. Bawling his eyes out like a true heartbroken Twihard, he had a major breakdown over the actress cheating on Robert Pattinson, and he introduced a few R-Patz fans to their new favorite word.
Kanye West calls girlfriend Kim Kardashian a b***h
Wait - Kanye was actually complimenting Kim in his song "Perfect B***h?" Apparently he uses the word as a term of endearment, which is similar to the way that sorority sisters use it. Kim must feel like such a princess.
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