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Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez are reportedly happily married and plan to stay that way. “None of the rumors are true,” said a rep for Anthony.
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updated 12/29/2008 9:19:04 PM ET 2008-12-30T02:19:04

Despite a new round of divorce rumors, Jennifer Lopez and Marc Anthony are still happily married and plan to stay that way. At least that’s the latest word from their PR peeps.

Responding to an item published in the New York Daily News, which predicted a post-Valentine’s Day breakup for the pair, Anthony’s rep said, “None of the rumors are true.”

As for Lopez, her publicist, Leslie Sloane Zelnik, put an end to the “one last duet before they say goodbye” story by telling E! News, “There is no merit to the article.”

Papa Lohan calls a truce
Though it hasn’t even been a week since Lindsay Lohan’s father fired off his last LiLo-related e-mail to a celebrity magazine, Michael Lohan now claims their oh-so-public back-and-forth feud is finally over.

“There is a truce between Lindsay and I, so please stop adding any fuel to the fire,” the Lohan patriarch posted to his new blog.

Slideshow: Lindsay Lohan That’s right, the publicity-loving pop is through using the media as a daddy-daughter communication device. Unless, you know, he absolutely has to.

“I have no intention of disclosing any information or feelings I may have about (Lindsay and gal pal Samantha Ronson) unless it is in defense of what they or one of their ‘mouthpieces’ might say about me,” he wrote in another post. “If in fact, one of their ‘sources,’ so called ‘friends’ or ‘spokespersons’ have something to say about me, then I guess we will just have to open up discussion on them as well.”

Feud brews between Janet Jackson and Beyonce
Beyonce Knowles may want to think twice before she takes another jab at the Jacksons. According to the National Enquirer, Janet Jackson “blew up” when she heard what the “Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)” singer had to say about her family.

“I grew up upper-class,” Knowles recently told OK magazine. “Private school. My dad had a Jaguar. We’re African-American, and we work together as a family, so people assume we’re like the Jacksons. But I didn’t have parents using me to get out of a bad situation.”

Cue the feud, as Jackson considered those fighting words, according to an Enquirer source.

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“Janet wanted to know why Beyonce had to mention her family,” the insider said. “They're not friends and barely know each other. She feels Beyonce went out of her way to tell the world she's from the upper class and the Jacksons were like a bunch of dirty gutter rats.”

Now Jackson’s allegedly ready to set the record straight and give Knowles a piece of her mind.

“Not only is Janet telling everyone who will listen that Beyonce has a lot of growing up to do and that she needs to stop trying to impress everyone, she's planning to confront Beyonce herself and read her the riot act,” the insider added.

Dish on the fly
Move over Brangelina! Tom Cruise wants to expand his clan with wife Katie Holmes. “I want 10 children,” Cruise revealed in an interview with The Sun. “I love kids.” The actor’s confident he can handle the bigger brood, adding, “I’m a great parent.” … Drew Barrymore and “How I Met Your Mother’s” Jason Segel spent a karaoke-and-kiss-filled Saturday night together, reports Us Weekly. While Segel’s rep told the magazine the pair “are friends, simply,” Elayne Roberts, who sat next to the couple during their cozy not-a-date, added that the friendship includes “a little benefits,” too. … Film critic and gratuitous blurb master Ben Lyons recently received a collective thumbs-down for his work on “At the Movies,” the long-running review show made famous by Roger Ebert and the late Gene Siskel. “His integrity's out the window,” the vice-president of the Chicago Film Critics Association, Erik Childress, told the Los Angeles Times. “He has no taste. Everyone thinks he's a joke.” That opinion was echoed by Scott Johnson, of StopBenLyons.com fame, who suspects Lyons’ many glowing movie reviews just come from the critic’s desire to “get on a poster.”

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