ROLL CALL: New Couple Alert? Dakota Fanning & Freddie Highmore
First Published: July 27, 2009 1:35 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
New Teen Couple Alert?: Is there a new teen acting powerhouse couple in the making? Dakota Fanning, 15, and Freddie Highmore, 17, were spotted at Il Cielo in Beverly Hills on a dinner date, according to X17. We’re not sure how we feel about this new possible young Hollywood couple, at but at least if they ever make a movie together, the acting should be good. Should things work out, we’re nominating “Frakota” to be their new couple name!
Shia Gets His FroYo On With New Girl: Shia LaBeouf, who has had to shoot down persistent rumors of being linked to “Transformers” hottie co-star Megan Fox, was spotted on Sunday with a new mystery girl, Radar Online reported. The duo enjoyed frozen yogurt at Menchies in Sherman Oaks. Shia was also spotted wearing a vintage T-shirt from the movie “Dune,” which makes us wonder if he’s angling for a role in the upcoming remake of the 1984 sci-fi classic?
Jon’s Gosselin Pricey New Footwear: Oh Jon Gosselin, you might not be sure which new blonde you wanna date, but you are very sure about the importance of pricey shoes. According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Jon spent $950 for a pair of limited-edition, navy, patent-leather, wingtip shoes. We’d expect nothing less than the Ed Hardy-loving reality octo-dad.
Piven’s Pricey Pradas: In more spendy shoe news, Jeremy Piven has even pricier taste when it comes to what he puts on his feet. According to the New York Daily News’ Gatecrasher, they overheard a Broadway costumer ragging on Jeremy about wearing his costume shoes outside the theater during his Broadway stint on “Speed the Plow.” He’d wear the shoes out to dinner, scuff them up and keep on requesting more pairs,” the costumer claimed. “They were $9,000 each!” No word on if that is more or less than his sushi bills.
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