Could Reese be ready to get married again?

Reese Witherspoon may be walking down the aisle again! Her agent beau Jim Toth is ready to pop the question, according to In Touch magazine.

In fact, he’s even reportedly been spotted shopping for engagement rings at high-end jewelry stores. “Reese wasn’t with him, because he wants it to be a surprise,” a pal of the Hollywood power player told the tabloid. “But he knows her style. The ring will be classic and beautiful, just like Reese herself.”

The type-A actress and her beau are said to have already been looking ahead to the big day; they’ve discussed marriage and even undergone religious premarital counseling.

“Still, he wants the proposal to be unexpected,” notes the source. “It will happen in the next few weeks.”

Though former beau Jake Gyllenhaal got close to Reese’s two kids with ex-husband Ryan Phillippe, evidently he wasn’t marriage material. The “Walk the Line” star “never considered marrying Jake,” declares the source. “She loved him, but wasn’t passionate about him. Jim is her ultimate guy.”

Well, seriously, who would want to change her name to “Gyllenhaal”? “Toth” is much easier to spell.

‘Gossip’ Couple

Are Ed Westwick and Jessica Szohr back together — or just exes with benefits? The “Gossip Girl” costars, who ended their real-life relationship a few months back, were recently reported to have spent a romantic weekend at a hotel. And twice this week, they were spotted canoodling.

Though they didn’t arrive at Tuesday night’s Nylon magazine party together, sometime after midnight, Ed “grabbed Jessica, walked away from everyone else and took her into the corner,” a source told the New York Daily News. They ended up leaving with pals soon afterward.

The next day, Jessica and Ed cuddled and smooched as they watched the U.S. Open.

However, days before, Ed reportedly told friends that he and his ex-girlfriend were “definitely not back together.” Funny way of showing it.

Purse Picture

Documenting every instant of your life via Facebook or Twitter can definitely come back to haunt you — and that just might happen to Paris Hilton.

The heiress, who faces felony drug possession charges, allegedly told cops last week that the purse she was carrying — and the cocaine found inside — were not hers, but a friend’s. But Radar Online unearthed a photo of an identical-looking accessory that she tweeted in July, with the caption “Love my new Chanel purse I got today.”

Paris reportedly claimed that she had borrowed the purse from a friend; though she admitted that some of its contents were hers, she maintained that other items were not. However, according to TMZ, she later changed her story with friends, saying the purse was indeed hers but a friend had borrowed it. So, perhaps the existence of this photo won’t pose a problem for Paris’ defense after all.

Dion Just Fine

Contrary to rumors, Celine Dion’s pregnancy is going just fine. A story spread this week that the Canadian singer, who is six months along with twins, was rushed to a hospital for emergency surgery.

But her rep slammed the reports as “fabricated” and “100 percent not true,” adding, “She’s happy and healthy and never had a procedure.”

The 42-year-old diva has spoken about her previous failed attempts at in vitro fertilization. We’re relieved to hear that the health scare was just a hoax — but really, who makes this kind of stuff up?

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at


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