Scoop: Justin, Jessica reportedly split

Brace yourself: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel may be back on the market! The “SexyBack” singer called his actress girlfriend of two years and informed her that “it’s over,” a friend of the pair told Us magazine.

But they’ve apparently been keeping the breakup on the DL: “It was about a month ago,” the pal said.

Another source says she may still have some hope: “There’s no way of knowing if it’s a firm breakup, because with them it’s so hot and cold.”

Really? As far as we could tell, the vibe between those two was always cold and colder.

Faux Nups?

Was Khloe Kardashian’s whirlwind marriage to Lamar Odom of the L.A. Lakers all a fake for TV? TMZ is offering up evidence that the whole ceremony may have been concocted for the cameras.

The paparazzi site got its hands on an audio recording purportedly of “E!” producers discussing the “script” for the wedding. Additionally, TMZ says the marriage isn’t technically legal, and won’t be until a pre-nuptial agreement is hashed out. According to the site, negotiations between lawyers for both parties have already become tense.

We’re guessing the marriage will last about as long as, well, your average reality-show-based relationship.

Spelling Sickness

Tori Spelling has been stricken with a mysterious stomach problem. The “90210” star was hospitalized twice in a week for abdominal pain. 

“Just out of the hospital,” husband Dean McDermott tweeted on Monday.  “After a battery of tests, no conclusive answers. She still feels terrible. Hope it passes soon. She’s in a lot of pain.”

Tori’s hubby as well as son Liam and daughter Stella have also been afflicted with what they dubbed on Twitter “The McDermott Family bug.” If it weren’t for that, we’d wonder whether Tori’s stomach was rebelling because she never puts anything in it.

Kristin: I Rejected John Mayer

John Mayer recently denied a rumor that he was seeing Kristin Cavallari.

But what he didn't mention, apparently, is that it's not for lack of trying. The “Hills” star told Ryan Seacrest she once met the musician and rebuffed his advances: “I didn't want to be another notch on his belt.”

Wow, she's smarter than we gave her credit for.

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

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