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Kristen & Rob meet up

 
 
Pattinson and Stewart
Pattinson and Stewart
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Is it a dream come true for crazed Twilight fans? Us Weekly reports that Kristen Stewart and Robert Pattinson were spotted hanging out together five months after their big split.

An eyewitness told Us Weekly that Stewart, 23, was seen pulling into Pattinson's gated community in Los Angeles on Wednesday afternoon. She left after about three hours, and Pattinson, 27, followed her in his jeep. The source said they went different directions when they spotted the paparazzi tailing them.

The longtime couple broke up in May after the revelation of Stewart’s affair with her Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders.

Baby on board

It was a happy Halloween for Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett: The Kendra on Top star, 28, and her husband announced they are expecting their second child together.

Wilkinson broke the news on Twitter and shared a photo of her positive pregnancy test, according to People.com. “Round two. Here we go!!” Wilkinson Tweeted.

Wilkinson and NFL pro Baskett are parents to Hank Randall IV, 3.

Finally split

At long last, divorce.

Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher are officially ready to move on, according to the New York Post’s Page Six. Almost two years after the couple’s ugly separation, they have signed paperwork and are ready to file the documents next week.

TMZ.com reports that sources told the website that Moore, 51, will not be receiving spousal support from Kutcher, 35.

Music icon

The sunburst Fender Stratocaster that a young Bob Dylan played at the 1965 Newport Folk Festival when he famously went electric, is coming up for auction Dec. 6, according to Christie’s. And it could bring as much as half a million dollars.

Though now viewed as changing American music forever, Dylan’s three-song electric set at the Rhode Island festival that marked his move from acoustic folk to electric rock ’n’ roll was met by boos from folk purists in the crowd who viewed him as a traitor.

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    Mag: Lindsey Vonn and Tiger Woods’ ex wife are friends

    No bad blood here. Though Elin Nordegren is unlikely to befriend one of her ex-husband Tiger Woods’ conquests (even though we’re sure that Perkins waitress was/is a great human being), Us Weekly is reporting Nordegren has no issue with Olympic skier Lindsey Vonn. In fact, the two are friends. Not besties by a stretch, but after spending time doing parental things, the two have found they get along. A source tells the mag: “You'd think it would be weird, but ... they talk all the time. Elin likes that Lindsey is a strong woman.”

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