Don’t cry for Selena Gomez. Justin Bieber’s ex stepped out with someone new, actually an old (young) friend. UsWeekly reports the singer-actress was holding hands at the CAA Golden Globes after-party with Luke Bracey, with whom Gomez costarred in 2011’s Monte Carlo, in which she played dual roles. The mag says that the former Disney star — next to be seen in the naughty movie Spring Breakers filmed in Tampa Bay — was talking about fighting with Bieber with Bracey.
Some good news for Kara DioGuardi. The former American Idol judge told People magazine that she and husband Mike McCuddy are expecting the arrival of a baby boy they already named Greyson via gestational surrogate.
In 2011, in DioGuardis’ book, A Helluva High Note, the 40-year-old revealed that the stress of her two years on AI contributed to her fertility problems. She went through three unsuccessful rounds of IVF during Season 9 in 2009-2010.
Enough is enough
Khloe Kardashian is tired of the gossip mill. The famous sibling took to her Celebuzz page to refute recent reports that her marriage to Lamar Odom is breaking down, among other intimate things. “It is disgusting that Life & Style and InTouch magazines continue to print these false stories about my life: the status of my marriage, false reports about a miscarriage, the horrible lie that my dad is not my biological father, jealousy over my sisters’ lives, etc,”
Stars, they’re just like us, immune system-wise, anyway. Real Housewives of New Jersey star Joe Gorga was hospitalized last weekend for the flu, Radar Online reports. Nas was unable to make an appearance on Live with Kelly and Michael due to the nasty virus.
At the Golden Globes, Jennifer Lawrence revealed she also got hit, and Meryl Streep couldn’t even get out of bed to show up, according to Amy Poehler. Finally, a hoarse Hugh Jackman told reporters he was almost recovered: “I was kicking myself for not getting the flu shot, but it appears that you don’t need one. I feel great,”
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wasn’t happy with Jackman’s remark. “I don’t know if [he] really meant that vaccination was not a good thing to do, but each year millions become ill with influenza, more than 200,000 may be hospitalized, and between 3,000 and 49,000 will die,” a CDC spokesman told TMZ.