Kate Upton And Diddy Are Apparently Dating

That story and more in today’s CelebFeed Gossip Roundup!

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You might want to sit down for this one: Kate Upton and Diddy — aka Puff Daddy aka Sean Combs — are reportedly dating. They were seen “sucking face” in Miami and having dinner together in New York.


MTV canceled Buckwild, which was no surprise to anyone — except the show’s producer.

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Miranda Kerr is no longer a Victoria’s Secret Angel because of her “difficult reputation” and how she is “not a big seller,” according to US Weekly.

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Nate Berkus and Jeremiah Brent are engaged! Berkus popped the question while on a trip to Peru.

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Alec Baldwin is being considered to replace Carson Daly’s late-night talk show on NBC.

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LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian are said to be shopping around a TV pilot about their lives that would also star them both. (There is also a “crazy ex-wife” character — wonder how Brandi Glanville feels about that!)

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Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth’s marriage is “on hold”, according to Radar Online.

Tom Arnold showed off his new baby …and Arnold Schwarzenegger.

There might be a Breaking Bad spin-off about Saul starring Bob Odenkirk.

Olivia Wilde is set to wed Jason Sudeikis next spring.

Russell Brand wrote about Margaret Thatcher.

John Mayer has maybe been sexting Rihanna.

Will Forte says there will be a MacGruber 2.

Farrah Abraham wants millions for her sex tape.

Shaun White has a band and they’re not bad!

Creed Bratton discusses the band Creed.

Snoop Dogg is all for gay marriage.

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