ROLL CALL: Jon Gosselin Gets A New Job Installing Solar Panels
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans!
Gosselin Goes Green: Former reality octo-dad Jon Gosselin has a new gig – and he’s helping the environment! It appears that Jon’s days of partying on yachts with his girlfriend du jour are over with. Jon has returned to the world of the working man and was spotted installing solar panels on the roof of a storage building. Green Pointe Energy, a renewable energy company based in Pennsylvania, reportedly has Jon on the payroll. Check out Jon’s new 9 to 5, HERE!
Denise Eyes “Real Housewives” Job: Is there room on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” for Denise Richards? Us Weekly asked Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife about appearing on the Bravo reality show. “Heck yeah I would! It’s one of my favorite shows!” she told the mag. And she already knows which “Housewives” she’d like to get chummy with. “I love Lisa [Vanderpump] and Kyle [Richards],” she added.
LiLo Goes Clubbing!: We never know what Lindsay Lohan will do next, but it usually involves hitting a nightclub at some point. The actress took a night off from worrying about her theft charges and partied with ex-girlfriend Samantha Ronson at Teddy’s at the Roosevelt Hotel in Hollywood. The duo arrived separately to the Hollywood hotspot, but were spotted leaving together. See the former couple’s night out, HERE! On Friday morning, Sam Tweeted, “watching grey’s anatomy-my fav show- @lindsaylohan sleeping next 2 me- should i wake her up to let her know her mom is going on GMA? #why ?”
Reality Claws Drawn?: Is Whitney Port blaming Lauren Conrad for “The City” being cancelled? According to an Us Weekly source, the former reality BFFs are all TTYN with each other now. “Whitney is upset because she thinks that ‘The City’ was canceled to make room for Lauren’s new reality show…Whitney feels like she got the shaft,” the source said. Where’s Kelly Cutrone’s acerbic padded shoulder when Whit needs it?
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