Jen: ‘I’m not engaged, and I don’t have a ring’

After weeks of conflicting reports about her relationship status with her “Break-Up” co-star Vince Vaughn, Jennifer Aniston is finally setting the record straight.

“I’m not engaged and I don’t have a ring and I haven’t been proposed to,” Aniston told People magazine.

The former “Friends” star said she finally decided to speak out because the rumors were getting out of control with even straight news organizations reporting the story as fact.

“When it starts to travel over into the ‘Today’ show and CNN and supposedly reliable and accurate news programs, then you just go, ‘This is insane.’ People are getting fed a lot of bull,” Aniston said. “Tabloids are going to lie all the time. You’re prepared for that. But it’s the news. And you think, ‘Well, we need to trust what our newscasters are saying when we have this horrific situation that’s actually taking place in the world. I mean, we are getting reported the truth, right?”

Yeah, yeah, war in Iraq, horrific situations, we can handle the truth, etc. … So, what is up with Vaughn -iston?

“We’re just being,” Aniston said. “We’re having a good time.”

Brandon the fire fighter

Brandon Davis is continuing his downward spiral toward another rehab stint.

The oil heir and notorious party boy jumped on stage and went on another alcohol-fueled rant about Lindsay Lohan at Miami launch party for Paris Hilton’s “album.”

“I wrote a special new song called ‘Fire——’ and it’s for Lindsay Lohan,” Davis yelled, according to The New York Post.

Lest you forgot, Davis was filmed going on a nasty tirade about Lohan while Hilton giggled in the background a few months ago. The snobby rich boy later apologized and checked himself into a rehabilitation center, which obviously did nothing for him.

Hello, pot? This is kettle

Justin Timberlake said he doesn’t care if people know that he channels his inner-Chong.

In between bashing Taylor Hicks and dishing dirt on ex-girlfriend Britney Spears, the “Future Sex/Love Sounds” singer told Vanity Fair’s spinoff, Fashion Rocks, that he has no problem confessing to smoking marijuana.

“I remember the first time it was reported that I smoked pot. I was like, ‘Y’all don’t?’ That’s why I sort of respect Kate Moss,” Timberlake said. “I think you lose once you start trying to analyze what people like. So I’m like, ‘I hope you like how I live, but if you don’t, you don’t.’”

K-Fed the working man?

Speaking of Britney, Kevin Federline is trying to convince us that he doesn’t mooch off his wealthy wife.

“I’m almost broke. As a man, as a male figure and a father, I

wouldn’t be happy sitting back and living off my wife’s fortune,” the wannabe rapper told GQ magazine. “I have to provide for my family. People gotta understand that I’m working too, she’s not the only one that’s got things do.”

Yeah, that’s the ticket. Then Federline went on to say “Lord of the Rings” really happened, Jessica Simpson is a talented actress, Michael Jackson is innocent and that K-Fed’s upcoming album is really good.

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