Scoop: Rob, Kristen spend night together

The mystery of what’s really going on between Robert Pattinson and Kristin Stewart continues. Though the “Twilight” heartthrob just told Vanity Fair magazine there’s nothing going on in real life with his onscreen love interest, a source told Us magazine they both spent the night together at Chateau Marmont.

The smoking gun? They ordered bagels in the morning! (And they’re not even married!)

OK, so they stayed at the same hotel and had breakfast together — that doesn’t necessarily mean they’re hooking up, right? But wait: The next morning, after the pair were chauffeured to a “New Moon” screening, “Rob wanted a cigarette so he went outside with Kristen for about 15 minutes,” the source says. “They were hugging as Rob was smoking his cigarette, and then he leaned down and kissed her on the lips. He had his arm around her almost the whole time.”

And you’re telling us that no passersby or paparazzi caught this on camera? Hmm …

Jon: Cashing In?

We all know Jon Gosselin’s spotlight-seeking habits don’t jibe with his insistence that he really hates publicity. But would he actually manufacture relationship drama just for press — and cash?

Scoop! told you last week about a report claiming Jon had a hand in girlfriend Hailey Glassman’s tearful confession to “The Insider” that he had “emotionally abused” her. That interview set up Jon’s announcement that the couple were taking some space — which was followed by a joint “ET” interview taping in which Jon stormed off the set, hinting at a breakup. But meanwhile, the pair have been spotted sneaking around together in NYC, Page Six reports.

And now, a foxnews.com insider seconds the claim that “Jon actually made the decision to have Hailey go on air and badmouth him.”

Thanks to court battles with Kate, “Jon doesn’t have much money left and he is not currently searching for a real job,” explains the insider.

It certainly wouldn’t surprise us if this is true. Actually, it wouldn’t even surprise us if Jon were the one who leaked it.

Lindsay’s Pain

Michael Lohan has made good on his threats to release potentially incriminating voicemails, as part of his quest to — so he says — help daughter Lindsay. Radaronline.com posted a clip purportedly of the actress, sobbing to her father over the phone.

“No one cares about me,” LiLo laments on the recording. “They don’t, by the way. It’s about how they feel, not how I feel.”

Tuesday, Michael had told the New York Post that he was determined to get a conservatorship over his daughter and put her in rehab, alleging that she’s hooked on prescription drugs.

We can’t help but admit that older-than-her-years part is kinda true lately. But come on — is publicly humiliating your daughter really the best way to help her?

Janet Reunites

After splitting in July, longtime lovers Janet Jackson and Jermaine Dupri are said to have reconciled. The singer and the music producer are “back together,” an insider informed Fox’s Pop Tarts. “And they’re very happy together.”

In fact, a wedding may even be in the works for the couple.

“[They] never fell out of love,” a friend told In Touch magazine. “Now they’re hoping to get married early next year, and they’re rushing it because after Michael’s death, the family needs something to smile about.”

Can’t argue with that.

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

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