Kristen and Rob’s love is in the ‘Twilight’ zone

Getty Images File PhotoHot and cold: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are reportedly back in love

Getty Images File PhotoHot and cold: Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are reportedly back in love

OK, now this is interesting: Rumors abound that the reconciliation between Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart is all for show. Possibly through pressure from the “Twilight” people and their publicists, the two are pretending to be back in love town, at least until “Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2” comes out.

This actually rings a bit true since they haven’t been seen as a couple in public, nor have they made plans to talk to Barbara Walters, a sure sign of true love rekindled.

“Rob and Kristen are trying to decide where they can go to get away from it all for a while and just be together, without all the distractions,” a source told OK Magazine.

In other words, don’t expect to see them together, but it’s only because they’re back together. Right.

Fake it till ya make $$$

Patz-Stew might not be the only ones faking it.

“Bachelorette” Emily Maynard and Jef Holm have already weathered a cheating scandal reportedly involving Maynard and Raiders backup quarterback Matt Leinart, but now a source quoted in Us Weekly is accusing the two of feigning happiness in order to reap the cash. If the two remain a couple for two years, they get to keep the ring, which is worth an estimated $68,000.

Other rumors say he demanded half of Maynard’s $150,000 salary from the show to pretend  he likes her.

Blackmail? Holm comes from a rich family and wouldn’t need a paltry $75,000. Besides, all couples that appear on  “Bachelor/ette” live happily ever after, right?

Actor’s shocking end

The Los Angeles Police Department isn’t sure if it was bath salts, PCP or meth, but “Sons of Anarchy” actor and former Katy Perry boyfriend Johnny Lewis went beyond berserk Wednesday, apparently killing his 81-year-old landlady and possibly her cat, then attempting to wallop two men with a 2-by-4. Lewis fell to his death from a roof in the melee.

Lewis, whom neighbors described as a “nice guy,” reportedly beat the elderly woman to death. Lordy.

Quick Takes

  • Singer k.d. lang has dissolved her eight-year domestic union with her girlfriend, Jamie Price.
  • Stockard Channing will join the cast of “The Good Wife,” playing Alicia’s mom.
  • Ke$ha says she had sex with a ghost. Adam Lambert is probably not amused at the comparison.
  • The “Project Runway All-Stars” cast has been revealed: Casanova, Uli Herzner and more.
  • Amanda Bynes has pleaded not guilty to those pesky hit-and-run charges.

 

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