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Oh no, Ramona! Magazine reveals Mario Singer’s romantic text messages with mistress

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Is a reconciliation in the offing between Mario and Ramona Singer? Not so fast. In Touch magazine is publishing texts the reality star’s wayward hubby sent to his mistress Kasey Dexter. Apparently, the socialite forwarded the romantic missives to the pinot grigio loving Housewife to clue her in. In one text, Mario tells Kasey, “I’m missing your lips and eyes and laugh and …” Well, you know. An even bigger bombshell for Ramona: Kasey is telling people that she believes she could be pregnant with his child again (she reportedly aborted his baby last summer). The two had a rendezvous in Boca Raton a few weeks back before Ramona let Mario move back in.

Never too old

Willard Scott has tied the knot with his longtime girlfriend. The jovial Today show vet, 80, wed associate TV producer Paris Keena Tuesday in Fort Myers. They have been together for about 11 years, host Matt Lauer said in sharing the news on Wednesday morning’s telecast.

Dishing the dirt

Jon Cryer, an actor who knows a thing or two about Charlie Sheen, among others, is working on a “candid” memoir. The Emmy-winning star of Two and a Half Men has a deal with New American Library, an imprint of Penguin Random House. In a statement, the Pretty in Pink jokester said he would write about stamp collecting, monetary policy and maybe his former co-star.

Movin’ on down

A baby spawned from reality TV is coming to town, and no, it has nothing to do with Juan Pablo. Oh so happy Bachelorette couple Ashley Hebert and J.P. Rosenbaum tell Life & Style that they are planning a move from Princeton, N.J., to sunnier climes. Their lease is up at the end of June, and their baby is due in October. So there’s a good chance the kid will be a Miami native.

Playing coy

Michael Strahan will neither confirm nor deny he’s joining Good Morning America on a part-time basis. The former football star was asked by co-host Kelly Ripa on Live With Kelly and Michael Wednesday if he was doing it, and Strahan replied: “I don’t know. If I read the papers I am.”

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