Zac and Vanessa seen together at LA club

Were you devastated when Zac Efron and Vanessa Hudgens broke up? Have you been pining for them to reunite? No? Fine. Well, regardless, it looks like they are.

After calling off their four-year relationship in December, the “High School Musical” couple were spotted, ahem, reconnecting at an event in Hollywood on Friday night — a gawker told People magazine they were “constantly touching and kissing each other.”

The pair reportedly arrived with pals, including Brittany Snow, around midnight and soon started dancing. “Vanessa was bopping around with her arms up while Zac had his hands all over her,” the onlooker said. “Vanessa had a smile on from ear to ear and the two were inseparable after that.”

By night’s end, they were reportedly ensconced at a table where “Zac sat in between her legs and she wrapped her arms around him,” the source said. “They were making out on and off for the last hour or so until closing. They acted like there was no one else in the room.”

“They seem to be back together,” another onlooker told Us magazine.

Dry your tears, Zanessa fans!


After watching Holly Madison pine for a proposal from octogenarian bachelor Hugh Hefner on “The Girls Next Door,” we could not help but wonder how she felt when she found out he is marrying Crystal Harris, 24. Rather than tweet her congrats like fellow former girlfriend Kendra Baskett (nee Wilkinson), or even send the happy couple celebratory cupcakes like Bridget Marquardt, Holly chose to visit the Playboy Mansion to express herself in person. Uh-oh.

“I wanted to see him and Crystal and tell everybody face to face how I felt,” the reality TV star told E! She added to People magazine, “I wanted to confront Hef and just get all my feelings out there rather than make a statement.”

But evidently no catfighting occurred. “It went very well,” Holly told E! “I had a good day.” (She would not elaborate because the scene was filmed for her solo show “Holly’s World.”)

But really, how does she feel about the imminent marriage?

“I have a lot of different feelings on it. I don’t just feel one way,” said Holly, who added she is now seeing someone. “I kind of didn’t want to put a generic statement out there like ‘Congratulations!’ because I felt everyone would see through that.”

Wow — she’s smarter than we thought.


Gwyneth Paltrow has opened up about her struggle with postpartum depression, confiding to Good Housekeeping magazine that she “felt like a zombie” after son Moses was born.

“I couldn’t access my heart. I couldn’t access my emotions. I couldn’t connect. It was terrible,” the “Country Strong” star said. “I just thought it meant I was a terrible mother and a terrible person.

“The hardest part for me was acknowledging the problem. I thought postpartum depression meant you were sobbing every single day and incapable of looking after a child. But there are different shades of it and depths of it, which is why I think it’s so important for women to talk about. It was a trying time. I felt like a failure.”

The Oscar winner also gave a rare comment on her marriage to Coldplay frontman Chris Martin. “Marriage is hard. Chris and I have had our ups and downs, big time,” she said. “But hopefully we keep heading in the same direction and getting through the obstacles.”

We applaud Gwynnie for coming forward with her emotional struggles.

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