“My publicist told me that a magazine was going to say I was having a thing with either [The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’s] Sam Claflin or Bradley Cooper, and I got to choose. And I chose Bradley Cooper because I love Sam’s fiancee [actress Laura Haddock] so much. Sam is so sweet. So sweet that he’s almost not hot anymore.
I feel like all I’ve been doing lately is setting him up. I was like, ‘You know what? I’m gonna save time and just get you a booklet with pictures of my friends. You just go through and pick them out, because this is getting exhausting.’”
“Anne was like ‘WTF?!’ She started throwing a fit! [She] never told Amanda she had to change the dress. Amanda didn’t want to deal with it and left” the rehearsal, the source notes.
But the drama didn’t end there — spilling into Oscars Sunday, as Hathaway fretted over the switch-up with her glam squad at home. “Anne made the fashion, make up, hair, and jewelry teams wait at her home for hours as she decided what to do about the dress debacle,” a second insider tells Us. The star also “asked for silence so she could rehearse her singing for the Les Mis tribute at the Oscars. It was a painfully long experience.”
Seal is now dating the Pink Ranger, but not the good one (Amy Jo Johnson).
Emma Watson could star in Kenneth Branagh’s adaptation of Cinderella.
Nicki Minaj won’t ever perform with Mariah Carey.
Rupert Sanders won’t stop texting Kristen Stewart.
Michael Sheen didn’t want to have kids with Rachel McAdams, so she dumped him.
Hello, shirtless Ian Somerhalder on the cover of a magazine.
Diane Lane and Laura Dern hung out together.
Kanye West is selling his bachelor pad.
Brooklyn Decker was a huge NSYNC fan.
Snooki can’t wait to have more babies.
Anderson Cooper thinks that Jennifer Lawrence’s fall at the Oscars was rehearsed.
People are calling Jonah Hill “meat mouth” behind his back due to his Atkins-like diet.
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