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Star magazine unearths another alleged Lamar Odom mistress

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Round 2

Hard to believe Lamar Odom has been faithful, since another woman has come out of the woodwork telling Star magazine that she too had a thing with the basketball player.

Lawyer Polina Polonsky tells the tabloid that the two first met at Los Angeles’ Roosevelt Hotel on June 2, where the basketball player had been staying to escape his marital difficulties. Polonsky says she “was under the impression that he had left” Khloe Kardashian, and rolled around with him for about six weeks.

Feud alert

Who knew Sylvester Stallone and Bruce Willis weren’t best buds? Well, we do now. Expendables 3 is set to begin shooting in mid-August, but Willis is out, and Harrison Ford is in, Sly tweeted happily. Then he followed that post up with, in all caps: “Greedy and lazy.... a sure formula for career failure.” Stallone’s rep confirmed to Huffington Post that the comments were directed at the Die Hard star but had no further comment.

Willis made headlines recently for an awkwardly cranky interview he and Red 2 costar Mary-Louise Parker did with London radio show host Jamie Edwards.

Butt out!

Jennifer Aniston is tired of busybodies who keep asking her when she’s going to get pregnant or if she wants a boy or girl. “I didn’t realize you could place orders,” the We’re the Millers star told ABC News. “I honestly didn’t realize it was like a drive-through, that you could talk to a little electronic voice.” It sounds like the 44-year-old may be trying and is having some difficulties? Oops, shouldn’t have asked.

No thanks

A Dancing With the Stars source tells Us Weekly Paula Deen will not be trying to reinvent her image on the popular ABC series. The disgraced chef turned down an offer to compete.

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