Morning Links: Kim Kardashian Dons a Burqa in Dubai, Bieber Shuts Down Buenos Aires

● The second episode of workplace comedy web series Summer Fridays is live. [Summer Fridays] ● Yesterday, via twitter, Russell Simmons offered to pay for Mayor Bloomberg’s mandated cleaning of Zuccotti Park so long as Occupy Wall Street protesters would be allowed to remain. Lucky for Russ, the protesters did a good enough job tidying up that the cleaning was called off. [Gawker] ● Lindsay Lohan was spotted on the red carpet looking a little worse for the wear, her teeth yellowed and nail polish streaks all over her hands. Is it just the coffee, or is there something you want to talk about, LiLo? [DailyMail]

● Even wearing her new Burqa, Kim Kardashian drew crowds of fans in a Dubai marketplace. [E!] ● Scarlett Johansson’s hacker says he was so addicted to spying that he was “was almost relieved when they came in and took the computers inside.” [NYDN] ● For all his fame, Drake insists that bringing a girl home for Passover dinner was still the most “intense” thing he’s ever done; and that, no, that girl wasn’t Nicki — although his mother would have liked it if she were. [Elle] ● Justin Bieber’s arrival in Argentina is said to have drawn more screaming fans than Evita’s famed balcony appearance. The crowd was so big that, according to Page Six‘s source, “The hotel had to call the police to bring barricades and close off the entire neighborhood.” [Page Six]

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