Scoop! Julia Roberts is pregnant again

Julia Roberts is pregnant again

Julia Roberts has a new reason to flash her famous megawatt grin. The Oscar-winning actress confirmed to “People” via her rep Friday that she expects to deliver her third child with cameraman husband Danny Moder this summer. The couple’s twins,

Phinnaeus and Hazel, are just over 2 years old.

Though hardly anyone predicted a happy ending for this couple, who spent a typically low-key Christmas in Taos, N.M., it looks like Mr. and Mrs. Moder have proved the cynics wrong. Who’d have thunk onetime runaway bride and tabloid fixture J.Ro would mature into a happily married mom of2.5 kids? Congratulations to the happy family!

Lindsay’s Lapdances

You’ve got to give Lindsay Lohan credit: She really knows how to apologize when she’s wrong. After her e-mail disparaging strippers leaked to the press recently, La Linds engaged in her own unique brand of damage control by joining her pole-dancing sisters onstage.

At NYC strip club Scores West last week, the New York Post reported, Lindsay announced, “I love strippers!” before taking a turn on the pole before a crowd of hundreds. Later, in a VIP area, Lindsay got lap dances from several of the club’s cuties.

Lindsay, who is training to play a stripper in the upcoming film “I Know Who Killed Me,” got rave reviews from her, er, colleagues for her onstage performance, and her apology was warmly received. And in case you were concerned, the AA-goer kept it all in good, clean fun — in a manner of speaking, at least — by sticking to Perrier.

The scene queen’s next party stop: Miami, where she flew to host the Delano Hotel’s New Year’s Eve bash.

McCartneys: Art Spat

Paul McCartney, art thief? Not bloody likely. In his bitter divorce saga’s latest embarrassing episode, police were summoned to Paul’s

Sussex, England, lodge Friday when estranged wife Heather Mills returned after her Christmas celebration to find priceless Renoir and Picasso paintings missing from the home. Reportedly, the cabin’s security codes had been changed, and Heather tripped the security alarm while trying to enter the home where she had been staying.

The former Beatle is said to have texted his ex later to let her know it was he who had the artwork removed and changed the alarm code. He said security fears prompted him to protect the paintings while the residence went unoccupied.

And what sparked those fears? Well,

Heatherblames stepdaughter and nemesis Stella for the humiliating incident. “Heather thinks it’s fairly obvious what’s happened,” a source the U.K.’s Sun. “Paul’s spent Christmas with Stella, who is utterly worried about every penny her dad has. She is constantly going on at him over money and valuables, and it seems she’s put him up to go back and take the paintings.” Frankly, that sounds like pretty sound reasoning on Stella’s part.

Hollywood Holidays

In case you didn’t get a postcard, here’s where the stars traveled this holiday season: Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner baptized daughter Violet, 1, on Christmas Eve in Jen’s West Virginia hometown. … Kid Rock visited Kuwait and Iraq over the holidays to perform and thank troops. … After Christmas, Courteney Cox, David Arquette and daughter Coco, 2, joined pals Jennifer Aniston and Sheryl Crow in Los Cabos, Mexico. … Heidi Klum and Jennifer Lopez struck ski-bunny poses in Aspen. … Kevin Federline partied in Miami. … Paris Hilton flew to Sydney, Australia. … Also in Sydney, Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban spent the holidays as a united front despite allegations of his cheating. … And Nicole Richie, reports the New York Post, took up residence at the Chateau Joel Madden in Glendale. Happy New Year, everyone!

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer who has a celebrity astrology blog at


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