Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
"Catching Fire" Again? : Jennifer Lawrence and Nicholas Hoult split after dating for two years in January, but on Monday, the exes were spotted have dinner together. According to The Daily Mail, the pair dined at Little Door and appeared to be in "good spirits following the evening together." See the pair reconnect!
The LiLo Diaries : (In our best Carrie Bradshaw voice) And across town, a red-headed starlet sat at a computer screen wondering if becoming a blogger was a good career choice? According to The New York Post's Page Six, Lindsay Lohan is in talks to blog about what she learned in rehab on celebrity news website Celebuzz. She would reportedly begin pecking away at the keys (or verbally dictating it to an assistant) in August. Given Lindsay's track record when it comes to time management (and decision making), we hope Celebuzz is pretty loose when it comes to concept of a "deadline" for her blogs.
"Teen Mom's" Farrah Abraham Looks Past Porn To Grad School : Now that "Teen Mom's" Farrah Abraham has inked a deal for close to $1 million for her porn film with adult film star James Deen, the reality star-turned-porn star is looking ahead to higher education. "I am very pleased with the outcome and to have this opportunity to be an entrepreneur in another unexpected light in my life. I look forward to my future goals of completing my Masters degree, focusing on being a great mother for my daughter as well as many other culinary business endeavors in the future," Farrah said in a statement. You'll excuse us if we don't want to eat anything Farrah cooks!
"Gossip" Shade From Penn? : Is Penn Badgley throwing shade at his "Gossip Girl" past? In an interview with Salon, the actor - who is taking a dramatic turn in the upcoming "Greetings from Tim Buckley" (where he plays the late rocker Jeff Buckley) - slammed his past work. "To be proud of something is a really nice feeling," he said. "And it's a new feeling, and it's something that I wanna keep going with. I can walk a little taller feeling that I don't have to be constantly apologizing for the work that I've done in the past." There's no reason to apologize for playing Dan "Lonely Boy" Humphrey... well, expect for maybe the last two seasons... or he could be referring to his "Stepfather" remake or "John Tucker Must Die."
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