Paris Hilton is at it again. The partying heiress — who has made a habit out of dating rivals’ boyfriends and exes — is reportedly hot to trot for Harry Morton, Lindsay Lohan’s on-again-off again sweetie.
Lohan “hit the roof” after Morton slept over at Hilton’s place on Nov. 7, according to Life & Style Weekly.
Lohan confronted her nemesis the next night at the L.A. club Teddy’s, reports the mag, which quotes a friend as saying that although the two are not currently dating, “Lindsay still loves Harry, and this is devastating her.”
Hilton is said to be smitten. “Harry is Paris’s type of guy, says a source. “He’s handsome and rich!”
But Lohan might be getting in a tizzy for nothing, according to a “pal” of Morton, who says he’s not really into Paris.
Spears' secret sex tape?Is there really a Britney Spears sex tape out there?
Grainy footage supposedly of the “Oops, I Did It Again” star performing a sex act were furiously circulating recently, but have been largely dismissed as someone else. Now, however, a man with a history selling celeb sex tapes says he believes a tape may exist.
“Two days after Britney filed for divorce I was contacted by an individual [who] indicated that he had a digital video of Britney Spears and Kevin Federline having sex,” David Hans Schmidt — the man who's brokered deals over compromising photos and footage of such stars as Collin Farrell and Jamie Foxx — tells the Star. “This gentleman knew enough names and identified enough parties involved to indicate that the tape could exist!” According to Schmidt, the tape was supposedly shot before Spears and Federline were married in 2004.
If the tape does exist, it would be a hit in the porn world. Schmidt says it could make $200 million and “would smash Paris Hilton’s sex tape sales [upward of $50 million] like an Oreo cookie!”
Notes from all overFergie, of the Black Eyed Peas, says that anyone who insults her voice insults God. “I may not have the type of voice you like, but I can sing,” the white hip-hopper told Vibe. “You can’t take that away from me, ‘cause singing is a gift from God, and when people say I can’t sing, it’s kind of like insulting God.” . . . Will Ferrell’s production company has made its first acquisition, buying film rights to “King Dork” — a book about a punk musician. . . . Snoop Dogg’s music may have gone mainstream, but he hasn’t. The former drug dealer was asked by Stuff magazine what is the first thing he does in the morning. “Roll a blunt,” he replied. Asked what’s the last thing he does in the evening, he said, “Smoke a blunt.” And when asked what television shows he enjoys watching, the rapper said. “I like MSNBC, when they be catching those child predators. I love when they crack their [bleeps].”
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