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Gerard Butler admits to sleeping with Brandi Glanville


Gerard Butler really is a love ’em and leave ’em kind of guy. The Olympus Has Fallen star told Howard Stern that he did indeed “have fun” with Real Housewives of Beverly Hills castmate Brandi Glanville awhile back, but had no idea who she was at the time.

The two met at a beach party, the Scot relayed, and when he asked what she did, she wouldn’t tell him. Butler didn’t bother to ask her last name. Later a paparazzo asked Butler about their rendezvous, which Glanville told Andy Cohen was an “11 out of 10.” Butler, 43, is now (maybe) playing for keeps with Romanian model Madalina Ghene.

Everybody’s happy

Lindsay Yenter didn’t get Bachelor Sean Lowe, and she isn’t the next Bachelorette, but don’t worry about the Missouri substitute teacher, 25.

The show’s runner-up told Life & Style she was seeing someone.

Seems everyone is in good place. Lowe will marry Seattle graphic designer Catherine Giudici this summer in front of cameras after he wraps up a stint on Dancing with the Stars.

Bachelor finalist, bridal stylist Desiree Hartsock (the one with the tattooed, overprotective brother), will take on the Bachelorette mantle next season.


Elin Nordegren likes her men rich. The New York Post reports that Tiger Woods’ ex is now with Chris Cline, a billionaire coal magnate. Cline, 53, has a mansion in the Seminole Landing development in North Palm Beach, near where Nordegren is renovating her new spread.

Kid stuff

Ian Ziering is going to be outnumbered at home. The former 90210 star, and wife Erin are set to welcome a second daughter in early May, he tells People. She will join big sister, Mia, almost 2.

Saved by the Bell cutie Mark-Paul Gosselaar and his wife, ad exec Catriona McGinn, are expecting their first child in September. This will be the Franklin & Bash star’s third child; he and his first wife of 15 years, Lisa Ann Russell, divorced in May 2011.

Vanessa Lachey wants to clarify something. The E! News guest cohost said on Tuesday that while widespread reports said she had postpartum depression, she labels her sadness after her son Camden was born “the baby blues.” It’s not the same. “Baby blues happen to probably 70 to 80 percent of women a couple weeks after the baby was born. It’s just, you get sad, you get irritable, you feel confused, you feel lost. . . . Postpartum depression happens to 10 to 20 percent of women and some celebrity moms have spoken up about it — Brooke Shields, Gwyneth Paltrow — but that’s more severe, and it can last up to six months or even further on than that, and you have serious thoughts that go through your head.”

Jennifer Arnold and Bill Klein, aka TLC’s The Little Couple, are new parents. They adopted a 3-year-old boy from China ( William) who also has a form of dwarfism, People reports.

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