Is there trouble in TomKat paradise?
Katie Holmes has been “flirting” with her “Mad Money” co-star Adam Rothenberg, according to Life & Style, which reports that the twosome has been throwing more into their romantic performances than the movie script calls for.
“They shot a scene in which Adam wrapped his arms around Katie’s waist, then the two of them had an intimate discussion,” a “set insider” told L&S. “They lingered after the director said ‘cut,’ and it got everyone talking.”
Cruise’s rep insists that the “Top Gun” star isn’t worried.
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“He is very confident in his relationship with Katie and supportive of her time working on the set,” she said.
“There’s definitely been some off-camera flirting,” the insider told the magazine, however. “One day, Katie was touching Adam’s arm while they were talking, like girls do when they like somebody.”
Is Lohan already off the wagon?
Is recently rehabbed Lindsay Lohan already back off the wagon?
The “Mean Girls” star has been downing champagne and other alcohol, according to Star, which reports that Lohan was drinking at the West Hollywood hotspot Winston’s on April 19.
“They brought a bottle of champagne to the table,” an “eyewitness” told the tab. “Lindsay picked up her glass and drank it. Later, a waitress brought over a tray of shots for the table. Lindsay took a shot along with all of her friends.”
Lohan has laughed off reports that she’s drinking, but a source insists that the actress goes “to great lengths to make sure no one sees her drink” — sometimes having friends buy the drinks so that they don’t show up on her credit-card bills or insisting she never bought the alcohol.
“On three separate occasions, at the end of the night, when all the alcohol was gone, she threw a fit and began crying and denying she ever had ordered the bottles, saying she’s not allowed to drink,” a source told Star. “Now she has her friends order for her — and sometimes she brings her own liquor, which she hides in an oversized purse!”
Notes from all over
Is Britney Spears’ hot new bod the result of diet and exercise — as she claims — or did she get a little medical help? Spears’ rep denies she’s had surgery, but sources tell In Touch that the “Toxic” singer has been visiting Fig, formerly the Las Vegas Advanced LipoDissolve Center, for injections that help dissolve fat, as well as laser toning treatments. Whatever she’s doing, it sure is working. Spears visited a West L.A. shop called Sweetpeas & Snapshots on April 25 and tried on a size 0 dress. “The last person who fit into that dress was a 9-year-old child,” Suzi Finer, the store’s marketing director, told the mag. “No one could fit into it.” But Spears did, and a stunned Finer told In Touch: “She did not have one ounce of fat on her back.” . . . Pamela Anderson is joining the circus. The former “Baywatch” babe is appearing in Cirque du Soleil’s Las Vegas show in June. . . . David Letterman doesn’t enjoy the restaurant scene. Comedian Don Rickles kept trying to get the notoriously crowd-shy talk show host to have dinner with him, when finally Letterman agreed to meet him at Manhattan’s 21. “We went there, and the maître d’ said, ‘Mr. Letterman will meet you down in the cellar.’ The cellar!” Rickles said in the upcoming issue of Playboy. “Suddenly, it’s dinner with Howard Hughes. It was a secret room in the wine cellar from the speakeasy days. The second time, I had dinner with him and one of his writers in a different cellar — I swear to God — this time down four flights of steps. Maybe he’s related to Bela Lugosi.”
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