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Posted at 9:10 AM ET, 03/11/2011

Bieber fans cause near-riot in London; Lady Gaga cancels plans with Target; Bob Dylan cleared for China concerts

By David Malitz

justin bieberBiebermania hit London in a big way. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello)

- Justin Bieber was involved in a "possible riot situation" in London yesterday, with police saying that the teenage pop star could be arrested if he even went to the window of his hotel room for inciting a riot.

- Lady Gaga has canceled a deal with Target allegedly due to the company's lack of support for gay rights. She was planning an exclusive version of her upcoming album for the retail giant, but has called off the plan.

- Chinese censors have cleared Bob Dylan for his first ever concerts in China, which are scheduled to take place next month.

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By David Malitz  | March 11, 2011; 9:10 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  Bob Dylan, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga  
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