Scoop: Rob, Kristen told to take ‘break’ for work

Relax, Twihards: Despite a report that Rob Pattinson and Kristen Stewart might be “on a break,” that doesn’t mean the romance — which they have never confirmed — is kaput. According to E! Online, the broody duo may indeed be taking some time apart, but that’s only because their bosses told them to.

“Let’s just say Rob and Kristen got a slap on the wrist,” an insider told the Web site.

As they film “Eclipse,” the third installment in the juggernaut movie series, “everyone — from their management to the studios involved in their upcoming movies — is worried [Rob and Kristen] will start to become … distracted,” the source said.

In other words, they were allegedly told they need to focus on their work, not on stealing kisses between shoots. And while the romance is still going strong, they’re complying like consummate professionals.

Gosh, that sounds downright level-headed. This is not what we expect from young Hollywood hotties in love!


Bradley: No Bling

Bradley Cooper insists he hasn’t been shopping for an engagement ring, despite reports he was browsing NYC jewelry stores and planned to pop the question to gal pal Renee Zellweger.

“That’s so crazy,” the “Valentine’s Day” star said on “Extra” during an interview to promote the flick. “It’s nuts the stuff that’s made up.”
Just in case you didn’t get the point, he maintained that buzz about a proposal is “totally not true.”

Sorry to get your hopes up, Renee.


Cruising Toward Divorce?

Tiger Woods might not be the only one who has turned to therapy to deal with his shattered marriage. While the golfer gets treatment for sex therapy at a secluded Mississippi facility, his wife, Elin Nordegren, has allegedly sought out some psychological help of her own.

“Elin is seeing a therapist to deal with the pressure of the last six weeks,” a friend reportedly told the U.K.’s News of the World. “Her nerves are fraught with the attention on her private life.”

But Tiger could have a more enjoyable form of therapy in mind.

A source told the Chicago Sun-Times the shamed athlete is entreating his wife to take off on a Caribbean cruise on his yacht after he completes rehab. Only the eight-person crew would accompany the troubled couple.

“Tiger believes this will be the best way for [him] and Elin to really reconnect, attempt to save their marriage and get on with their lives,” said the source, who was described as someone close to the Swedish model.

Elin’s said to be likely to take her hubby up on the offer of a “second honeymoon.” If she does, we’d advise her to check the yacht thoroughly for stowaways.


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