Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Nick & Vanessa Give It A Go – Again: Nick Lachey and Vanessa Minnillo appear to be giving their relationship another shot. The duo split in June after dating for three years, but according to Radar Online, they were spotted at LA’s The Dime (a favorite haunt of Spencer Pratt) getting very cozy. “They were making-out in one of the booths and seemed totally into one another,” an eyewitness claimed. “They were having a great time and definitely appear to be back on. They didn’t care who saw them.” Well, they didn’t care who saw them… as long as the reporter from Radar did!
Best/Worst Jackson Rumor: There have been countless theories about who might have fathered Michael Jackson’s children, but Britain’s The Mirror might get the award for the most outlandish. The paper is claiming that Macaulay Culkin fathered Jackson’s youngest child, Blanket. Until we see some DNA tests or Blanket recreating the “Home Alone” shocked face, we’re calling this rubbish – and Brit tabloids, leave the kids alone already.
Gosselin Heckled: In more fathering-of-lots-of-kids news, Octo-dad and mid 30’s party boy, Jon Gosselin, might have been living it up Sin City style this past weekend at MGM Grand Hotel’s Wet Republic pool, but not everyone was glad to have the TLC daddy in town. In a video posted on Radar, people are heard heckling Jon about his hair plugs, his lack of a defined chest (aka: his ‘moobs’) and his flashy gear. Shockingly, he was not covered in head-to-toe Ed Hardy as usual. Despite the onslaught of insults from total strangers, Jon worked every last drop of his fading 15 minutes and reportedly scammed a few phone numbers from poolside ladies – who we can only assume had their beer goggles firmly strapped on.
Jake & Reese Do The Right Thing: With everything that’s wrong with Hollywood, we’d like to leave you with a little something that’s right. Thanks Jake & Reese, you might be our only hope! XOXO- Roll Call!
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