ROLL CALL: Hollywood Joins Occupy Wall Street Protests

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

Celebrity Sit-In: New York’s Occupy Wall Street protests got a little more star power this week with the appearance of a “Gossip” guy. Penn Badgley was spotted multiple times in Lower Manhattan this week joining the movement against corporate greed, The Huffington Post reported. The actor was seen with a sign, saying, “Bring Back The Glass Stengell Act!! No To Corporate Greed!” Penn wasn’t the only star to take a stand in the protests. “The Avengers” star Mark Ruffalo, director Michael Moore and former couple Susan Sarandon and Tim Robbins (who showed up on different days) were a few of the other celebs who have also been seen protesting. Check out Penn in action, HERE!

New Couple Alert!: Looks like vampires like the taste of spiders! “The Twilight Saga’s” Ashley Greene is reportedly dating “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark” star Reeve Carney. “Ashley has always had a crush on Reeve and he finally was into it,” a source told Us Weekly. According to another source, the actress – who was previously linked to Joe Jonas – has been after the high-flying Broadway star for some time. “Ashley has been pining after Reeve for a long time. She’s super close with Reeve’s family and loves spending time with Paris, his sister, when they’re both in L.A.”

Here Comes The Bridal Consultant: We can’t think of anyone better to deal with bridezillas than Kelly Ripa! The “Live! with Regis and Kelly” co-host plays bridal consultant on tonight’s premiere of TLC’s “Say Yes to the Dress.” Check out a preview of Kelly – who thinks the Kleinfeld Bridal gig was possibly” the hardest job on the planet” – HERE!

Kim Does Cher: Just days after Cher had some choice words for the Kardashian clan on Twitter, Kim stepped out on Thursday channeling her best 70’s Cher look. So, who does Cher better – Kim or Cher herself? See the look HERE!

-By Jesse Spero

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