Scoop: Justin and Jessica still on?

Defying breakup reports, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel stepped out to the movies together. The much-buzzed-about couple held hands as they arrived to see “Where the Wild Things Are” in Vancouver on Tuesday night.

Though a photo shows the duo looking grim-faced as they walked the paparazzi gauntlet, during the film it was evidently a different story.

The lovebirds of more than two years were “smooching quite a bit and they were definitely an affectionate couple,” a source told People
magazine.

“Justin sat with his arm around Jessica and they seemed to really enjoy the movie.” (How the source was able to detect this in a darkened theater is not clear.)

Just a show for the press? Nah — she’s not that good an actress.

Rosie, Kelli kaput?

After much speculation, Rosie O’Donnell has tacitly admitted that she’s having issues with longtime love Kelli Carpenter.

The controversial comedian told USA Today, “We’re a family. We will remain a family forever. And we are working on our issues.”

Though she wouldn’t say whether Kelli, her wife since 2004 and co-mom to their four children, has moved out of the house, Rosie would only say, “Kelli and I love each other very much and we are working on our issues. Those are the only words I am ever going to say. Ever. And that is something that has been agreed upon by all parties.”

Tearfully, the former “View” host continued, “But everything’s fine and everybody’s good and we’re still both raising [the kids] together. We will both continue to parent them and we’re friendly and everything’s all right.”

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

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