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Tallulah Willis in rehab; Demi Lovato says she grew apart from Selena Gomez; Jennifer Lawrence dating Chris Martin?


Tallulah Willis is in treatment.

People magazine reports the 20-year-old daughter of Bruce Willis and Demi Moore has been getting help for alcohol and drug issues at The Meadows center in Arizona since late July. Apparently, the fashion blogger was given an ultimatum by her famous parents, a family insider told the magazine. Willis reportedly told the party girl if she didn’t go to rehab he would cut her off. The green-haired NYC resident has admitted she suffers from body dysmorphia, which was diagnosed at age 13.


Hooking up: Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Martin, multiple sources confirm to E! News. Something’s been brewing since late June. What can you do? The Coldplay rocker likes blond, Oscar winning actresses.


Bruce Springsteen said it best: “Oooh, growing up.” Demi Lovato admitted to Andy Cohen on Watch What Happens Live that she indeed had a falling out with old pal, fellow pop star Selena Gomez. “It’s just one of those things where people change and grow apart,” Lovato, 21, told Cohen Thursday night. She also revealed she wasn’t a big fan of Justin Bieber. Really? The gals’ relationship looked to be in trouble when Lovato unfollowed Gomez on Twitter last month. It is unclear if Gomez still follows Lovato, but we doubt the I Really Don’t Care singer doesn’t worry too much about that.


Chris Kattan has been sentenced to three years’ probation for driving under the influence and crashing his Mercedes into a Department of Transportation vehicle on a Southern California freeway earlier this year. The Los Angeles Times reports the former Saturday Night Live star was also ordered to pay a $500 fine and attend an alcohol education program. A restitution hearing will be held next month to determine how much Kattan owes the state for damage to the DOT vehicle.


A publicist for Casey Kasem’s daughter Kerri Kasem says the wife of the late radio personality plans to bury him in Norway. Norwegian newspaper VG reported that Kasem was to be buried in Oslo but it is unclear when. The host of American Top 40 died on June 15 at a hospital in Washington. His death followed a lengthy battle over his care between his wife Jean Kasem and his three adult children from his first marriage.


As Juan Pablo Galavis likes to say: “It’s OK” between him and his Bachelor pick who Nikki Ferrell.

Guests who attended the former soccer player’s birthday party on Aug. 7 (he actually turned 33 two days before) at the Brickell-area Flamingo Theater-Bar say he was very lovey dovey with Ferrell.

“I'm very happy and blessed to spend the first of many birthdays with Nikki,” Galavis told People. “She’s a wonderful woman: smart, caring, who treats my daughter amazingly well. She’s the one who has to deal with this Latin guy, with a culture that she sometimes doesn't understand.”

His fancy cake, topped with a soccer ball, came via Beatriz Otero from Elite Cake Creations, who is famous for catering divorce parties.

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