Rocker Tommy Lee has moved back in with Pamela Anderson, reports In Touch — but that doesn’t mean the friendly former spouses are getting back together. The Mötley Crüe drummer is crashing at Pam’s Malibu pad while his own home is renovated. These two just love to keep us guessing!
New couple alert! Oscar winner Reese Witherspoon and "Brokeback Mountain" star Jake Gyllenhaal, co-stars in the upcoming "Rendition," are reportedly seeing each other on the sly.
The duo were spotted recently on a triple date at posh L.A. eatery Il Sole, a source blabbed to People, dishing, "They were cuddling. It looked very playful."
And Reese recently grabbed takeout in L.A. — with Jake waiting in the car, an eyewitness told Us: "When she came back out to the car, he got out and opened the door for her and was shielding his face so no one would see him."
"In the last month, they’ve been spending a lot more time together," a friend of Jake’s told People, adding, "Jake really likes her and isn’t at all concerned that she has two kids."
After the demise of her marriage to Ryan Phillippe, a pal tells Us, "Reese is ready for someone she can trust."
"They are taking it slow," a friend of Jake’s tells the magazine’s Web site. "It is new for both of them. But they are seeing each other and seeing where it goes. This is for real."
Hmmm. Somehow, "Gyllenspoon" just doesn’t have a good ring to it.
Just how many drugs did Anna Nicole Smith ingest in the weeks leading up to her death? The late model’s substance abuse has been widely reported, but new documents suggest that she may have popped jaw-dropping quantities of pills.
The 11 kinds of prescription medication found in Anna’s room (prescribed to three people, including her partner, Howard K. Stern) were traced back to a single L.A. doctor. And about 600 pills, including 450 muscle relaxants, were unaccounted for — even though the prescriptions were filled only five weeks before the late model’s death by accidental overdose.
Dr. Khristine Eroshevich, Anna’s psychiatrist and pal, wrote the scripts for all 11 medications. She is now being investigated by the California Medical Board.
J.Lo is no more. Jennifer Lopez has decreed that she no longer identifies with her moniker.
"I’m not J.Loanymore," the singer-actress told the U.K.’s Guardian. Referring to tales of alleged diva demands, she went on, "That’s all gone with all the ridiculous stories about tantrums and Egyptian sheets. That’s all my past."
"I’m Jennifer Lopez," she added, rather unnecessarily. "I think, as a woman, I’ve finally grown more sure of who I am. It does seem ironic that it has taken me more than a decade to basically get back to who I am."
Good luck ditching the nickname — it didn’t work for Puffy.
It’s official: The long-running feud between Lindsay Lohan and Hilary Duff has reached a cease-fire. The two actresses, who went all "Mean Girls" on each other five years ago while competing for the attentions of Aaron Carter — of all people — have publicly buried the hatchet.
As Scoop! reported Thursday, LiLo and Hil were seen being super-chummy at Les Deux nightclub.
And they continued the love-fest at Teddy’s in Hollywood, reports People — even engaging in the ultimate girl-bonding experience, a ladies’ room confab — when Hilary’s ex-boyfriend, Joel Madden, walked in with new girlfriend Nicole Richie.
La Linds even showed her support for Hilary by appearing at her "Dignity" CD release party Monday.
"She’s really fun," Hilary gushed to the magazine’s Web site.
So, no more bad blood?
"We are both adults and whatever happened, happened when we were young," Hilary declared. "It’s over."
Whew — we feel so much better now!
- Lil’ Kim will publish a prison memoir next year, the New York Daily News says.
- George Clooney paid kids at a North Carolina lemonade stand $25 for a 25-cent cup.
- Lindsay Lohan will reportedly shoot ads in Japan modeling Jill Stuart’s fall couture line.
- Whitney Houston won custody of daughter Bobbi in her divorce from Bobby Brown.
- Martin Scorsese will teach a filmmaking master class at May’s Cannes Film Festival.