Celebs share embarrassing photos

It's after the hashtag #puberme was created on Twitter.

Stephen Colbert, who hosts the Late show in America, and actor Nick Kroll kicked off the fundraising challenge.

For every celeb who posts a photo, the Late Show host will donate money to Puerto Rico hurricane relief through his charity, the Americone Dream Fund.

Hurricane Maria was the most powerful hurricane to hit Puerto Rico in nearly 90 years.

Launching the challenge, Stephen Colbert set the bar pretty high.

Avril Lavigne rated 'most dangerous celebrity' online

The singer-songwriter topped McAfee's Most Dangerous Celebrities study this year.

The report "reveals which celebrities generate the riskiest search results that could potentially expose their fans to malicious websites."

"Cybercriminals continue to use the fascination of consumers with celebrity culture to drive unsuspecting users to potentially malicious websites that can be used to install malware, steal personal information and even passwords," according to a statement from McAfee.

Seven celebrities who are (or were) also inventors

According to journalist Chrissy Iley, the James Bond star once said in the 1960s his one wish would be for ice cream company Wall's to produce a choc ice on a stick.

The company apparently sent him a version of his wish, and many years later they went on to launch the Magnum in 1989. The ice cream on a stick is now the world's top-selling ice cream brand.

Celebrity babies: 8 unusual names from Apple to Bear

The twins - a girl and a boy - have been named Ella and Alexander.

Congratulations poured in when the announcement of the birth was made, but some were puzzled by their choice of names.

Everyone wants to run for US president in 2020

In an interview with GQ Magazine, the former wrestler turned actor says he has given the idea a lot of thought.

He says, "I feel that if I were president, poise would be important. Leadership would be important. Taking responsibility for everybody."

But Johnson's not the only star with their sights set on moving into the Whitehouse in 2021.

Mark Zuckerberg, the billionaire CEO of Facebook, may also be considering a career change.

The pets causing their famous owners problems

Taylor posts photos on Instagram of her Scottish fold cats Olivia Benson and Meredith Grey, which are famous for their small floppy ears.

Their features make them cute but the British Veterinary Association has warned that breeding should stop over health fears.

But what other celebrity pets are causing controversy for their owners?

Johnny Depp

The actor's dogs caused major drama with the Australian government while Johnny was filming in Australia.

Harper Beckham is now a trademark

The fashion designer has registered "Harper Beckham" with intellectual property authorities in Britain and Europe.

It'll allow her to bring out branded products including toys and clothing, and also protects Harper's name in the entertainment industry.

The names of Victoria and David Beckham's three other children have also been registered.

The application, filed on 22 December, says Victoria is the holder of the rights as parent and guardian.

Tyga handcuffed after traffic stop in Los Angeles

He was pulled over around 1:30 a.m., shortly after leaving Hollywood's Avenue nightclub, according to LAPD Public Information Officer Liliana Preciado.

Tyga, whose real name is Michael Ray Stevenson, was driving a Mercedes G-Series with temporary tags when officers stopped him. Preciado told CNN that due to all the paparazzi at the location, they transported Tyga to their Hollywood station to conduct a field sobriety test.

Anyone transported in a police car is routinely handcuffed, Preciado said.

Janet Jackson: What we know about her marriage

She kept her marriage to second husband Rene Elizondo Jr. practically a secret. Afterall, the public first learned the couple had been married for nearly eight years when Elizondo filed for divorce in 2000.

Jackson also kept it quiet when she eloped with first husband James DeBarge in 1984. The couple annulled their union the following year.

Verne Troyer treated for alcholism

Writing on Facebook, he said he had been receiving treatment for the last week and would be voluntarily checking into rehab later this week.

The actor said he wrote the post due to concern from fans and said that he had battled alcohol addiction in the past.

"While it's not always been an easy fight, I'm willing to continue my fight day by day," he said.