ROLL CALL: Is Britney Finding A New Faith?
First Published: July 8, 2009 1:42 PM EDT Credit: FilmMagic
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Is Brit Converting?: Britney Spears was spotted sporting a Star of David necklace while vacationing in Paris on Tuesday leading to speculation that the pop star might be converting to Judaism. This isn’t the first time the pop star, who was raised Baptist, has spiritually branched out. In 2003, Brit tested out the Kabbalah waters after Madonna began practicing the Judaic mystical faction. Of course, no word if Brit is actually making any permanent religious changes or if she thought the necklace just looked cute.
Justin To Pen Golf Book?: In news that many treat as important as religion, Justin Timberlake is reporting considering writing a book about golf. According to The New York Observer, lit agent David Vigliano shopped around a proposal by Justin last month. The book could reportedly be a memoir about the people that he’s played golf with – we can’t wait for the chapter where he recalls teaching Britney how to put.
Jane Fonda’s PDA: Who says Hollywood legends can’t act like young starlets? According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Jane Fonda was recently spotted canoodling with music producer Richard Perry at LA’s Sunset Tower Bar while celebrating Robbie Robertson’s birthday. The duo was reportedly, “all over each other all night.” 71 years young and she’s still got it!
SamRo Heckled By Tour Bus: Tuesday was not a good day for Samantha Ronson. According to her Twitter page, a bus full of tourists outside of her LA home recently insulted the celebrity DJ. “wow-just sitting at home and heard a ‘star tour’ bus go by my house and insult me over a loud speaker-think i’ll put nails out tomorrow,” Sam Tweeted on Tuesday. Hollywood tour companies now know who to send their bills for flat tires to. Let it go Sam – or just turn up the music you’re spinning!
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