Miranda ‘embarrassed by Bieber brawl’
Miranda Kerr reportedly just wants to move on following a fight between Orlando Bloom and Justin Bieber.
According to reports, former Victoria’s Secret model Miranda was at the centre of the fight between her ex-husband Orlando and pop superstar Justin Bieber.
The two men are alleged to have got into a physical altercation with each other at Cipriani restaurant in Ibiza early Wednesday morning. Orlando reportedly threw a punch at Justin during the argument. Following the incident, Justin fuelled the row by posting an image of Orlando crying on Instagram, before deleting the snap.
But Miranda, who is mother to three-year-old son Flynn with Orlando, is doing her utmost to stay out of it, according to insiders.
"Miranda wants all of this behind her and she just wants to move on from this and go about her life,” a source told E! News. “She is very embarrassed about everything that has gone on."
"Miranda is in Spain and Europe now and is vacationing with the family and relaxing."
Miranda has kept silent on her social networking sites since news of the feud broke, simply posting an image of herself holding hands with Flynn on her Instagram page.
While the reasons for the fight have yet to be confirmed, many have speculated that Justin’s friendship with Miranda and Orlando’s acquaintance with Justin’s ex Selena Gomez were to blame.
Following the brawl between Orlando and Justin, scores of celebrities have voiced their opinions about the argument.
On The Tonight Show, comedian Jimmy Fallon quipped: “Orlando Bloom apparently threw a punch at Justin Bieber last night during an argument at a nightclub. Orlando's hand was pretty sore today. You know, from all the high fives he got."
Others took to Twitter to pledge their allegiance, with former Charmed actress Alyssa Milano tweeting the simple: “"#TeamOrlando."
But it wasn’t only on social networks that celebrities took sides, as Leonardo DiCaprio is reported to have been seen cheering as he observed the fight at the Ibiza venue.
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