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Mag: Costars Dianna Agron and Chace Crawford hooking up on the set of ‘Glee’


Multiple media outlets have confirmed that Dianna Agron is single after recently breaking up with her restaurateur boyfriend, Nick Mathers, but don’t you worry about her. An insider tells Star that the relationship died out when the actress started up something with Glee costar Chace Crawford. The Gossip Girl hunk is guest starring on the Fox show conveniently as a love interest for Agron’s character, Quinn. Meant to be? “Chace has had a crush on Dianna for ages,” a source tells the tab.

All political

Seth Meyers has scored a powerful guest for his first episode of NBC’s Late Night: Vice President Joe Biden, who will appear on the Feb. 24 premiere. Meyers will take over from Jimmy Fallon, the new frontman for The Tonight Show, who scored First Lady Michelle Obama as one of his first guests on the show that debuts Monday.

Artwork scrapped

We know your day wouldn’t be complete if you didn’t read something about Justin Bieber.

Officials at Indianapolis International Airport have grounded artwork inspired by the troubled pop star. The airport had hired Indiana native Tre Reising to make a display for a concourse, but instead, Reising made multicolor letters of the word “belieber.” At least it wasn’t JB’s latest Instagram handle, Bizzle.

Broadway bound

Sting’s new musical The Last Ship has found a berth. The show — inspired by the singer-songwriter’s memories of growing up in a shipbuilding community in England — will start performances Sept. 30 at the Neil Simon Theatre.

Bump alert

Lil’ Kim is going to have a mini-me. The rapper is pregnant with her first child, debuting her blossoming baby bump Wednesday night at a Fashion Week party in New York City. The rapper cradled her belly for the cameras. Who’s the daddy? Great question.

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