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‘Mad Men’ stars Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss look very friendly


They spend plenty of time together on the set of Mad Men, but co-stars Jon Hamm and Elisabeth Moss are spending quality time off set, too. In Touch reports the duo were spotted on Easter Sunday at the happiest place on earth: Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. “It was just the two of them,” an eyewitness tells the weekly. “They were walking around the park, trying to be incognito.” Reps for Moss and Hamm insist the actors are just friends. On April 26, pictures surfaced in NYC of the two on a coffee run. Hamm, 43, was smoking and Moss, 31, was wearing a dress that looked as if she was sporting a small bump. Too many trips to the craft service table or is there a huge scandal brewing? Moss was married to Fred Armisen from 2009-2011; Hamm has been with Jennifer Westfeldt for eons.

Party in the USA

Prince Harry doesn’t seem like he’s hurting too badly after his breakup with budding dancer Cressida Jones. On his way to a pal’s wedding in Memphis this weekend, the 29-year-old royal made a stop in — where else? —Miami Beach, reports Scene in the Tropics columnist Lesley Abravanel, who was on site at the Fontainebleau. The famous redhead and a large group went out hard at the hotel: Hakkasan for cockies and din-din, then LIV to dance and frolick with only one bodyguard present, as per Abravanel. Harry may get some heat when he heads back home because he missed his step uncle Mark Shand’s funeral Thursday. The Duchess of Cornwall’s brother died last week after falling on a NYC street. That said, bro Prince William wasn’t in attendance either but is expected Saturday at the Tennessee wedding of London nightclub entrepreneur Guy Pelly to Holiday Inn heiress Elizabeth Wilson. The Daily Telegraph is reporting Jones was originally supposed to accompany Harry to the nuptials but balked at paying for her own plane ticket. This matter led to a blowout row and eventual breakup.

For more dirt: http://blogs.herald.com/scene_in_the_tropics/2014/05/newly-single-prince-harry-parties-in-miami.html

Isn’t it romantic?

The couple who loses weight together....never mind. Former heavyweight comedian Lisa Lampanelli has filed for divorce from her husband of four years, Long Island bar owner Jimmy Cannizzaro, reports TMZ. The couple both underwent gastric bypass surgery in 2012.

At least Katy Perry seems to have found Mr. Right Now. She is being linked to Mississippi-born DJ Diplo (real name Thomas Pentz), whom the Roar singer was first seen with at Coachella.

Mira Quién Baila judge Ninel Conde is three months along, the Mexican actress/singer, 43, tells TVnotas. “It’s a blessing that’s come into my life, after so many years of wanting it.” The dad to be is businessman Giovanni Medina, 28. Conde’s daughter Sofia from her previous marriage turns 17 this month.

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