ROLL CALL: Selena Gomez Denies Dating Justin Bieber
First Published: December 13, 2010 2:48 PM EST Credit: WireImage
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No Teen Romance For Biebs & Selena: Teen girls of the world, rejoice!… Selena Gomez said she’s not dating Justin Bieber. MTV News caught up with the young star at the Jingle Ball 2010 in New York on Friday, where the teen star dished about the duo’s recent pancake outing. “It was pancakes. Who doesn’t like pancakes?” Selena told MTV News. “We were both performing in the same place so we went and had pancakes together. That’s all it is. All innocent.” Now, if it had been crepes of waffles, we might have trouble believing her!
LiLo Has No ‘Glee’ For Gwyneth: Access Hollywood broke exclusive news that Gwyneth Paltrow is returning to “Glee,” but we don’t think Lindsay Lohan will be tuning in! According to mom Dina, daughter Lindsay is still miffed about Gwyneth’s “Glee” joke, where she said (in Spanish), “Lindsay Lohan is totally crazy, right? How many times has Lindsay Lohan been to rehab?” Enter Dina to her daughter’s defense! “Lindsay is so upset with Gwyneth… Lindsay was watching it while in Betty Ford, then she called me and was upset and said, ‘Why did she have to do that?’” Dina told Radar. “Lindsay thought she was a friend and it was disappointing… It was really hard for her to watch… it was hurtful not funny.” We might have laughed at Gwyneth’s joke, sorry LiLo!
Eliza Dushku ‘Brings It’: Who wasn’t a fan of the 2000 cheerleading movie, “Bring It On”? Eliza Dushku, who starred as Missy Pantone in the original film (which spanned four successful straight-to-DVD sequels), was in Atlanta last week and TwitPic’d her best “spirit fingers” when she came across this poster for the initial regional production of “Bring It On: The Musical,” at Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre. The amazing creative team behind the show includes Jeff Whitty, who won a Tony for writing the book to “Avenue Q,” Tom Kitt, who won a Tony and received the Pulitzer Prize for composing “Next To Normal,” and Lin-Manuel Miranda, who won a Tony for composing and writing, “In The Heights.” While still in its early stages, the show no doubt has its eyes on a national tour and Broadway. With this creative team behind it… we can’t wait!
“Tron’s” Best Part?: Thank you to PopWrap for reminding us of our favorite part of “Tron: Legacy.” In case this isn’t enough (which we find hard to believe it), get more with the movie’s star, Garrett Hedlund – who is AccessHollywood.com’s newest Rising Star – HERE!
Happy Birthday Taylor!: Taylor Swift turns 21 today! Roll Call is sending a birthday drink your way! And Jake Gyllenhaal, we bet you’re happy you can stop taking your rumored girlfriend out only for ice cream and lattes. For more on Taylor’s birthday plans, CLICK HERE!
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