Joe Jonas proposing to Ashley Greene?

Is Joe Jonas ready to propose to Ashley Greene? According to the blog Hollywood Life, the pop star is planning an engagement, after the “Twilight” actress mused about marriage in a recent interview with Cosmopolitan magazine.

“Joe thought that he and Ashley would eventually get married, but not this soon,” a source said.

Joe is said to be ring shopping with his mom and picking a date for the proposal.

“He’s not sure if he will propose at Christmas. They are spending the holiday with Ashley’s family, and Joe wants to ask Ashley’s father for her hand in marriage before he pops the question,” a source said.

Wait a minute. What Ashley actually said to Cosmo was, “I’m indifferent about marriage. I think sometimes people get married so they can say they have that person forever, but a ring doesn’t ensure that you’ll stay together.”

Camera time

Many women would be ecstatic about getting up close and personal with Justin Timberlake — but for Mila Kunis, it was “just wrong.”

The actress, who co-stars in the upcoming “Friends With Benefits” with the “SexyBack” singer, praised him to Ellen DeGeneres: “I adore him. He’s great.”

But the former “That ’70s Show” star said shooting love scenes was “very awkward. I mean, the truth is, we got to have very uncomfortable scenes for two weeks.

“There’s like 150 crewmen watching and you see each other’s bits and pieces. The whole thing is just wrong!”

On watch

A new twist in the latest Charlie Sheen scandal: His lawyers are reportedly close to finding the expensive watch he lost, which triggered his instantly infamous hotel-room meltdown.

The actor believes the $165,000 timepiece was stolen by escort Capri Anderson, according to Radar Online. Now his attorneys have allegedly received tips on its whereabouts.

“Calls are coming in to Charlie’s lawyers, and the callers have information about the watch and what Capri did with it,” an insider told the website. “There have been multiple calls with information.”

The adult-film star has denied taking the “Two and a Half Men” star’s watch. After she accused him of attacking her, Charlie sued her for extortion, claiming she made up the story and then came forward when he refused to buy her silence.

Big role

Apparently actresses are not the only victims of Hollywood’s fat phobia. Leading man Ryan Gosling said he was fired from a plum role in “The Lovely Bones” in 2009 because he gained 60 pounds to play the role by drinking melted Haagen-Dazs.

“We had a different idea of how the character should look,” the “All Good Things” star explained. “I really believed he should be 210 pounds.”

Director Peter Jackson decided to drop him from the cast days before the film went into production.

“We didn’t talk very much during the preproduction process, which was the problem,” Ryan said. “I just showed up on set, and I had gotten it wrong. Then I was fat and unemployed.”

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at kitty@media-darling.com.

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