ROLL CALL: Justin & Jessica Going Strong In Vancouver
Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Justin & Jessica Going Strong In Vancouver: Despite rumors of a split, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were spotted in Vancouver on Wednesday looking very much in love. The duo munched at vegetarian restaurant The Naam, where according to People, they only had smile-filled eyes for one another. Earlier in the week, JT and Jess reportedly took in a screening of “Where The Wild Things Are” and enjoyed a bite at Aphrodite Cafe and Organic Delights, where they shared a vegan strawberry-rhubarb pie and spinach salad. Nothing says love like sharing vegan strawberry-rhubarb pie!
Jess & Gerard Go On A Date?!?!: There is no stopping the amorous super powers of Gerard Butler! According to The New York Post’s Page Six, the Scottish actor had a date with Jessica Simpson Tuesday night at NYC’s Soho House – oh, and third wheel Ken Paves was there too. “They were at a table with friends, but Jessica and Gerard, who sat next to each other, seemed to only be interested in each other and chatted for hours,” a Page Six spy claimed. “They were laughing and flirting and eventually left together, along with Ken.” Psst, Ken Paves, get out of Jessica’s hair for once!
Jill Zarin Gives Her Regards To Broadway: Oh “Real Housewives of New York City” star Jill Zarin, you claim to be such a NYC lady, but according to Page Six, you’ve yet to learn a little theatergoing etiquette. The paper claims Jill showed up a half-hour late to the opening of “Memphis” on Monday night and brought an entourage of six with her. She then allegedly talked for 15 minutes and one of the people in her gang of latecomers reportedly fiddled with his BlackBerry for the entire show. Where was Countess Luann de Lesseps when we needed her?
Lil Bit Older J: It looks like someone has been watching a little too much “Gossip Girl,” J.Lo please give Serena van der Woodsen her dress back, XOXO – Roll Call!
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