ROLL CALL: Zach Braff Declares He’s Not Gay After Website Hacked
First Published: July 20, 2011 3:03 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
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Zach Attack!: Former “Scrubs” star Zach Braff is not gay, despite a coming out letter posted on his website this morning. A letter posted to the site – which the star said was hacked and had been offline since 2006 – read, “I have been hiding a secret inside me for too long. The human mind can only bare so much before it explodes in emotions, and well… it is time to let the world know. I am excited and proud to announce that I am an open member of the homosexual community.” His rep told TMZ that he actor is not gay and that someone broke into the site this morning and posted the fake coming out letter. Check out the shenanigans, HERE!
New Man For LiLo?: Lindsay Lohan has been rather quiet in recent days, and according to Radar, she’s been busy with a new man. The former house arrested actress was photographed with Spencer Falls, who you might recognize from the Virgin Mobile spoof couple “Sparah” commercials. LiLo and Spencer – who was reportedly previously linked to former “The Hills” star Stephanie Pratt – were recently spotted at Hollywood’s Chateau Marmont. Check out LiLo and her rumored new guy, HERE!
Wills & Kate Get A Credit: When Prince William and Kate returned to England after their recent North American tour, the couple was left with little to do on their flight, as their entertainment system was down, People reported. Fear not, the couple was reportedly given a $300 in vouchers for duty-free goods – just what any Prince or Princess is dying to have!
J.K.‘s New Bling!: Speaking of rich Brits, J.K. Rowling received something she might want to stash in a vault at Gringotts. According to TMZ, Warner Bros. executives gave the super author an antique white gold 40-diamond bracelet, reportedly worth millions of dollars. As if we didn’t already vastly feel inferior to her!
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