ROLL CALL: Renee Zellweger & Bradley Cooper Keeping ‘Brenee’ Alive!
First Published: August 19, 2009 2:20 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
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‘Brenee’ Is Alive & Clicking: It appears “Brenee,” aka Renee Zellweger & Bradley Cooper, are defying the Hollywood couples curse and making it work. According to a People source, “They get along really well and just kinda click… Bradley likes the speed of everything. He likes that Renee is low-key.” But they are reportedly waiting to go public with their affection. “They’re not ready for red carpets. They don’t want to be public just yet,” the source continued. Well, except for that overt PDA in that Barcelona church a few weeks back. We’re waiting on pins and needles for the first march down the carpet together.
Cook’s Cougar: Speaking of secret couples, “American Idol” champ David Cook’s little older woman secret appears to have surfaced. According to the New York Post’s Page Six, the rocker, 26, is dating Atlanta model Kimberly Johnston, 35. We’re glad to see David is dating someone from the core group of people who buy his albums.
Oprah Takes A Whiff Of Jay-Z – And Likes It: Oprah approves of Jay-Z’s scent. “It’s the kind of thing where you hug a guy and the scent is sort of buried in them,” Oprah said on a recent call with Gayle King on Sirius Satellite Radio’s “Oprah Radio,” People reported. “When we went to the second location I could still smell him on me it was like, ‘oh my, this is wonderful!’” No word if Stedman has new instructions when it comes to his daily scent regime or if Beyonce approves of Orpah’s sniffs!
Ryan In A Box: Hey Ryan – we had a good laugh when we heard you were making a movie – that only stars you – about a guy buried in a coffin in the middle of the desert with only a candle, knife and a cell phone about to lose it’s power. And then, we saw this. How’s that “Deadpool” spin-off coming along? Just wondering – Roll Call!
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