Scoop: Jen rumored to be back with John Mayer

Are Jennifer Aniston and John Mayer back together? Though they split for the second — and, we assumed, final — time in January of this year, the couple are reportedly seeing each other again.

“He really got to her, and she’s hooked on him,” a source tells Us magazine. “She just can’t let go.”

But maybe it’s purely platonic? The former “Friends” star and the musician are simply “enjoying their friendship,” a John insider tells People magazine. “They’ve been talking for a while — they’re very friendly.”

But there certainly is evidence to suggest they might be a couple again. Allegedly they met up at NYC’s Four Seasons on Sept. 22. And last month, they met up at another NYC hotel, where “Jen was there on the arm of John and they were all very lovey,” an observer tells People.

“There’s something about John that she just can’t resist,” another source tells Us.

Jen, don’t go down this road again! You deserve a man who cares more about you than he does about Twitter.

Leona: Violent Fandom

Being a celebrity can be dangerous. Just ask Leona Lewis. The breakout British singing star wasn’t too “Happy” after a fan socked her at a book signing Wednesday in London, and ended up canceling a promotional tour of Germany. As the sultry singer was signing copies of her memoir “Dreams,” “a guy came up and punched her to the side of the head,” her rep said.

The shocking incident didn’t land Leona in the hospital, but the “Bleeding Love” star did wind up with a bruised face. The fan — if you can call him that — was arrested.

Leona wrote on her Web site Wednesday, “Yesterday was a horrible shock and left me extremely hurt and upset. I’m very sorry to those I wasn’t able to meet at the signing.”

Poor Leona — why her? There are so many other celebrities we’d imagine someone would rather punch in the face. (Kidding, kidding! Violence is never the answer.)

Jon’s Watchful Eye

Jon Gosselin insists he’s really just a nice guy … but what we hear about him just gets sleazier and sleazier. First the dad of eight was ordered to return $180,000 he withdrew from his joint account with estranged wife Kate. And now a babysitter for the Gosselin’s eight kids tells Radar Online that Jon has actually been secretly monitoring Kate’s financial transactions and e-mails.

“Jon told me that he pretty much hacked into everything of Kate’s that he had access to,” declares Stephanie Santoro, who claims to have had a fling with Jon.

“He told me that he had enough there that when the ball dropped he would have enough to completely screw her over” financially, Stephanie reveals. 

Why would he share such an explosive secret? Evidently, Jon believes his lawyers can keep a lid on the truth: “Jon threatens everyone that he will sue them if they tell what they know.” As for Stephanie herself, she says her family has gotten calls from Jon’s attorneys but no lawsuit has yet been filed.

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

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