Getty Images File PhotoGame boy: Robert Pattinson is allegedly wasting days “playing computer games” as he recovers from Kristen Stewart’s infidelity.

Lonely Rob hanging with strangers

After moving his belongings out of the home he shared with unfaithful girlfriend Kristen Stewart, Robert Pattinson is reportedly desperately lonely — so much so that he’s seeking out random people to hang out with, per the U.K.’s Sun. Really?

“Robert has resorted to asking strangers out to keep him company,” a source told the paper. “He went out for drinks with a woman staying in his hotel and he told her it was ‘ridiculous’ he had nobody to talk to. He’s been spending most of his days off playing computer games.”

“Ridiculous” is the word for this story. Computer games? We would imagine R-Pattz is spending most of his days getting revenge on K-Stew with eager “Twilight” groupies. At least, he should be!

Twins Gone Wild

Jennifer Lopez’s 4-year-old twins are reportedly wreaking havoc backstage on her tour with Enrique Iglesias, and the pop diva is not doing anything to stop them, Radar Online sources complain.

Max and Emme, J.Lo’s kids with ex-husband Marc Anthony, are said to be breaking equipment and making the stagehands’ lives hell while their mother is occupied onstage.

“Jennifer has absolutely no control over her children,” said one source. “When she’s rehearsing for the show and [backup dancer beau] Casper [Smart] is on stage with her, the kids are left pretty much to their own devices without much supervision. That’s when all hell breaks loose and Max and Emme embark on a self-destructive path.”

According to the source, the tots “run around, kicking out wires, getting in the way of stagehands and are a real problem. Worse still, Jennifer or Casper have said nothing about it – telling the stagehands they are 4-year-old kids and it’s to be expected. But they have been breaking expensive equipment and making life difficult for everyone. It’s a miracle they haven’t been electrocuted yet because the lighting systems are very dangerous.”

Concludes the source, “The twins are complete brats with zero discipline, and Jennifer isn’t behaving like a responsible parent.”

Well, maybe they’re just acting out because they’re jealous of all the attention Mommy is giving her new adopted son…wait, what? That’s her boyfriend? Oh, never mind then.

 Mom Next Door

Holly Madison is getting ready to become a single mother.

<p>“I’ve started the adoption process,” the former “Girls Next Door” tells In Touch. “I really want to be a mommy.”

“I love performing in the theater, and you can’t really do that when you’re pregnant,” Holly explains of her choice to adopt.

Well, that really bodes well for her parenting skills, doesn’t it?

Quick Takes

Sophia Bush told Us she’s not dating Topher Grace, he’s “one of [her] dearest friends.”
Jeremy Renner admitted he accidentally took Viagra before a 10-hour flight.
Hilary Swank dropped a suit against an electronics company for unauthorized use of her likeness.
Mel Gibson put his Greenwich, Conn., mansion on the market for $33 million.
Katie Holmes took daughter Suri Cruise to the Bronx Zoo, where they fed giraffes.

Happy Birthday

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  •  &#x7;Actor Dean Cain (“Lois & Clark”) is 46.  
  •  &#x7;Author J.K. Rowling (“Harry Potter”) is 47.
  •  &#x7;Former R.E.M. musician Bill Berry is 54.

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