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Are more babies in store for Katie Holmes and Tom Cruise?
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updated 6/4/2007 3:24:13 AM ET 2007-06-04T07:24:13

Is TomKat looking to have another kitten?

Tom Cruise and Katie Holmes are moving into a Beverly Hills estate said to be worth $35 million in June, according to Life & Style, and are converting one of the seven bedrooms into a nursery, hoping for another child.

“He told her how much he loves their little girl [Suri] and how he wants to have another baby when Katie’s ready,” a “friend of the couple” told the mag, adding, “She told him she’s ready.”

And, “in his typically enthusiastic fashion,” reports L&S, “Tom’s moving full steam ahead preparing for a new arrival.”

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Lohan's a hotelier's worst nightmare
Lindsay Lohan threw such a hissy fit at a hotel where her boyfriend stayed with another woman that the “Mean Girls” star was reportedly asked to leave the hotel.

Calum Best checked into Manhattan’s trendy Soho Grand with a pretty young woman who was not Lohan, and the actress shortly checked in with another guy — some believe to make Best jealous. Lohan tried to telephone Calum, but didn’t get in touch with him, so she went out partying until 1:30 a.m., reports Star, then returned to the hotel and collapsed in the lobby.

“She was writhing on the floor and everyone could see that she wasn’t wearing any panties,” an insider told the tab. Lohan’s date and bodyguard seemed so appalled by the scene that they didn’t do a thing to help her, a staffer told Star, and so the hotel’s night manager carried Lohan to her room.

The drama didn’t stop there. Lohan repeatedly telephoned Best’s room, and at one point, went to his door and banged on it. He came to the door and opened it a bit, she peeked inside and saw the woman there. “She went cuckoo,” a source told the tab. “She yelled at him, slammed the door and banged on it some more.”

Lohan was reportedly escorted back to her room, but after various other escapades, at 5:30 a.m. she was asked to leave the hotel — and checked out at 6:30 a.m.

Notes from all over
Is Courtney Cox looking to become a real-estate broker? The former “Friends” star, whose series “Dirt” didn’t get renewed, is studying to take a real-estate exam, according to In Touch Weekly. Cox has had success buying and selling her own properties, points out the mag, which reports that she’ll use the license to broker only her own deals.  ... Natalie Portman is dating Andy Samberg, the “Saturday Night Live” star who has been linked with Kirsten Dunst, reports Us.  ... Who would expect the bad boys of Mötley Crüe to be holier than thou? The rockers are blasting the New York Times on their Web site for writing about Paris Hilton.  “Why is the NY Times wasting space talking about Paris Hilton’s petition to keep her out of jail for drunk driving ... twice!”, the band that brought the world “Girls, Girls, Girls” notes on its Web site. The site encourages fans to “sign the petition to throw Paris in jail and tell the NY Times to support real artists, real musicians, real actors, not [bleepy] porn stars.”

Jeannette Walls Delivers the Scoop Mondays through Thursdays on MSNBC.com

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