Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
RPattz & KPear Make Sweet Music Together?!: Another Robert Pattinson romance rumor has popped up – this time with Katy Perry! The duo was spotted Wednesday night at Dimples Supper Club in Burbank, Calif. – mere feet from the AccessHollywood.com office! Radar Online posted video of Robert and Katy exiting the club. According to Radar, the duo appeared to be more than just friends during their late night out together. And a Dimples staffer claims this isn’t the first time the two have showed up at the karaoke joint together. “She brought him here before. Every time she comes he seems to follow,” the staffer claimed. No word yet if Kristen Stewart and Russell Brand were at home playing Rock Band together.
Madge Consoles K-Hud: Who do you turn to when you break up with A-Rod? Madonna, of course! According to the New York Post’s Page Six, Kate Hudson was consoled by Madonna on Tuesday in New York at the after party for “NINE” at M2 in Chelsea. The two were spotted quietly chatting during the party. Though Madonna has always claimed she and the baseball star were just friends, we can only assume that Madonna laid down the law about Kate ever chatting it up with Jesus Luz – as for Guy Ritchie, we’re almost certain that Madonna Facebook Intro’d them!
SJP: Hugh Grant’s Nails Are “Ragged Shovels”: Get thee to the salon Hugh! According to Sarah Jessica Parker, her “Did You Hear About the Morgans?” co-star, Hugh Grant, has fugly fingernails. During her appearance on NBC’s “Today” show on Thursday, she called Hugh’s nails “ragged shovels,” and said that while they shot their movie together she gave him weekly manicures. But the actress drew the line when it came to giving the British actor a pedicure, adding, “Every man is responsible for his own feet.”
RiRi… Umm…No No: Hey Rihanna – we love you more than words, but we don’t have the words to describe how wrong your hat is here. But please send us a postcard from Moscow! XOXO – Roll Call!
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