ROLL CALL: Are Taylor Swift & Lautner Reuniting for 'Valentine's Day' Sequel?
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Will Tay-Squared Live On In ‘Valentine’s Day’ Sequel?: More Taylor and Taylor? According to an E! Online source, Taylor Swift is being eyed to return in the “Valentine’s Day,” sequel, “New Year’s Eve.” “They were thinking about having Taylor Swift be in college at NYU,” a source close to the project told E!‘s Ted Casablanca. “They were throwing her name out there a while back.” But will Mr. Abs return? “I don’t think Taylor Lautner would come back,” the source claimed. If this report is true, smart move on Lautner’s part – someone might want to tell Swift to do the same!
Jessica Simpson Is Done Being A Barbie Doll!: Jessica Simpson is leaving the life of a plastic, bleach blonde toy behind – or so she claims. “We all obsess over looking like the perfect Barbie type, and that’s not always what’s beautiful,” she told People. “It’s about making peace with yourself.” Of course, because when we think of Jessica Simpson, we think inner peace.
A Meeting Of Great Minds!: A dinner of epic proportions took place last night when Bombshell McGee (remember her!) and Violet Kowal (who TMZ reported is allegedly linked to Mel Gibson) had dinner at Katsuya in Hollywood, TMZ reported. We can only assume that the duo had a feisty discussion that included the confirmation of Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan, the war in Afghanistan and which “Jersey Shore” guy is the best at staying true to G-L-T.
Spencer Pratt…Apparently Not Broke: Reports have swirled in the past that former “Hills” bay boy Spencer Pratt spent all his money on new age healing crystals, but according to Radar Online, Spencer threw down $7515 at 4 Play Gentleman’s Club in LA on Wednesday between 2 PM and 5 PM. He was reportedly scouting potential stars for his new movie, “Tower 69: Beach Patrol Featuring 3-D Boobs.” No word if Heidi Montag is being asked to audition… or if the script will actually have any dialogue.
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