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Rob Pattinson & Kristen Stewart: Is it really over?


It’s looking permanent this time. Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart are on a break again. Apparently, the Twilight costars couldn’t get past Stewart’s affair with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders last summer.That fling may be ongoing. In April, the Web was aflutter with pictures of her and the soon to be divorced Sanders in a car together.

“All this stuff came up,” a source close to Pattinson tells Us Weekly.

Life & Style is reporting that the Brit has moved his stuff out of Kristen’s home in L.A. and into his own home that he kept up a few miles away.

“He showed up early in the morning in a big red pickup truck and was in the house for maybe 30 minutes,” an eyewitness tells the magazine. “When he came out, the back of the truck was loaded with stuff.” Including his two dogs.

The onlooker added Rob “looked miserable.”

Money problems

Can someone spot Sinbad a few million or so? The comedian filed for bankruptcy for the second time, TMZ reports. Sinbad filed for Chapter 13 bankruptcy last month, claiming that he has $10,991,715 in debt, but only $131,000 in assets. A lot of his problems stems from too much retail therapy, but the IRS is also to blame: Sinbad (who cops to an income of $16,000 a month) says he owes $8 million to Uncle Sam.

Back to school

Barbra Streisand will be presented with an honorary Ph.D. when she visits Israel next month. The Hebrew University of Jerusalem said it was granting the singing legend the degree because of her concern for human rights. The Yentl director, 71, is expected to perform at a conference in honor of the 90th birthday of Israeli President Shimon Peres. It will be the first time she performs in Israel. The university’s school of Jewish studies is named after her father, Emanuel.

Blue times 2

Chely Wright and her wife, music executive Lauren Blitzer Wright, welcomed identical twin sons on Saturday, May 18 in New York City. Their births were a little early, which is fairly normal with twins. George Samuel and Everett Joseph were named for their great-grandfathers, their rep tells People.

“We are grateful for all the amazing medical care and the love and support of family and friends,” the country singer said.

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    Bachelorette Andi Dorfman: I was attracted to Josh Murray from the beginning

    Bachelorette (no more) Andi Dorfman stopped by Good Morning America on Tuesday to show off her ABC swag (aka engagement ring) from former pro baseball player Josh Murray. The 27-year-old lawyer and her 29-year-old grinning fiance held hands and looked pretty happy. “I definitely knew there was that chemistry and attraction with him,” Dorfman said of their first meeting. “I'm definitely an overthinker, though, so it took me till the very end.” Plus she had to break up with 24 guys first. No wedding date has been set yet; the couple need to do more publicity first.

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