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Liam & Miley: Not long now

 
 
Hemsworth and cyrus
Hemsworth and cyrus
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We can expect the next breakup announcement soon. According to Star magazine, Miley Cyrus and her fiancé Liam Hemsworth are kaput. How kaput? The singing upstart has already moved on with her music producer, Mike WiLL Made It.

“Everyone knows they’re hooking up,” an insider tells the tabloid. “Mike is very protective of Miley.”

Hemsworth is apparently back hooking up with January Jones, who has not, to the best of our knowledge, ever swung on a wrecking ball naked.

‘Hot’ and heavy

Katrina Campins is lovelorn no more. The star of the reality/real estate show Hot Listings Miami has a new guy, she told OK! He’s Mustafa Marzuk, who she says is an actor from Egypt, though his name does not appear in any credits listed on imdb.com (International Movie Database). The two share a love for fitness: They met at their gym.

“Our connection was immediate and deeply spiritual,” says the Style Network neatnik, who is divorced from business partner Ben Moss.

Things are more serious than she tells the magazine, though. Gossip Extra dug up a marriage license that shows the lovebirds married back in May at Miami Beach City Hall. This whole thing sounds a shade Adriana De Moura-ish to us. Fess up!

Moving on

Less than a year after her divorce from producer Sean Covel, local actress Alexa Vega is off the market again. The Spy Kids star, 25, is engaged to Big Time Rush singer Carlos Pena Jr., 24.

Good son

After a few days of solid partying in NYC for Fashion Week with local singer Sean Kingston, Justin Bieber is chilling back in his homeland of Canada, visiting dad Jeremy Bieber, who underwent knee surgery. Dad, who is remarried with a son and a daughter, Tweeted his appreciation.

Career moves

There will be no more perilous military helicopter missions for Prince William. The new father has completed the operational phase of his military career, which lasted more than seven years, first in the Army, then in the Royal Air Force.

Carson Daly will be joining Today as host of the Orange Room, a digital studio.

The Chicago Sun-Times will replace Roger Ebert with the late movie critic’s former colleague Richard Roeper.

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