ROLL CALL: Are Scarlett Johansson & Sean Penn Playing House?
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
ScarJo & Sean Shacking Up?: Scarlett Johansson, 26, and Sean Penn, 50, have denied a blossoming romance, but according to Us Weekly, the big screen stars are now living together at Sean’s Malibu, Calif. home. The mag reports that Scarlett “has essentially moved in over the last few weeks.” The duo reportedly enjoys being homebodies and loves eating in and spending time with the actor’s kids; daughter Dylan, 20, and son Hopper, 17. In other news, have you checked out AccessHollywood.com’s Celebrity May-December Romances gallery? See the cross-generational lovefests, HERE!
The Meeting Of Great Minds That Never Was: Navigating the schedule of a celebrity is tough and then when you go ahead and throw in a head of state — the meeting likely is doomed! A scheduled meet up between Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Justin Bieber (yes, you read that correctly!) never materialized, The New York Times reported. The Canadian singing sensation reportedly asked to meet with Netanyahu during his visit to Israel, to which the Prime Minister initially agreed. Then a spokesperson for Netanyahu told The Times, “Sadly, [the meeting] proved impossible.” A member of Bieber’s camp told the paper the meeting was scrapped due to logistical reasons. It appears we may now never see Netanyahu rock a purple hoodie or show off his swagger skills.
In Case You Missed It!: Katie Holmes kept us laughing with her appearance on “The Late Show with David Letterman” last night when she delivered “Top Ten Reasons I’m Presenting Tonight’s Top Ten List.” Kudos to the actress for poking fun at herself. Check out her appearance, HERE!
“So Long, Farewell, Auf wiedersehen”: Why is saying goodbye so hard for Hollywood? The New York Post’s PopWrap discovered this great YouTube clip that strings together Hollywood’s aversion to properly ending a conversation. Check it out HERE! We hope you enj…
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