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Jessica and Tony laughed at Carrie’s claims

Jessica Simpson doesn’t know who’s calling Carrie Underwood’s phone, but she's sure it’s not Tony Romo. In an interview with a Nashville radio station, she responded to the country singer’s recent claim.
/ Source: msnbc.com contributor

Jessica Simpson doesn’t know who’s calling Carrie Underwood’s phone, but she's sure it’s not Tony Romo. In an interview with a Nashville radio station, she responded to the country singer’s recent claim.

“Tony and I both laughed at that,” Jessica told the Woody and Jim show. “Yeah, we got a chuckle out of it.” The actress-singer then joked that she even “looked at his call log” just to make sure, before adding, “I’m kidding! I’m not that girl!”

In the September issue of Allure magazine, Carrie implied that her ex-boyfriend was just a phone call away, saying, “The phone will ring and it'll be (Tony), and I'll maybe not answer.”

But Jessica insists it’s “definitely” not true, and “if Tony wanted to call her or be with her, he would.”

While she was on the subject of dispelling Carrie-related rumors, Jessica cleared up the controversy about her “Real Girls Eat Meat” shirt.

“I wore it because I thought it was funny,” she said. “I don’t know what Carrie eats. I didn’t know she only eats vegetables.”

Animal-rights groups furious with Gwyneth PaltrowPosing in fox fur for a new ad campaign may earn Gwyneth Paltrow big bucks, but it’s also earned her some harsh criticism from animal rights groups.

The Telegraph reports that the actress, who’s married to vegetarian Chris Martin and counts vegan designer Stella McCartney among her BFFs, shocked animal-rights advocates with her decision to model Italian designer Tod's fur-trimmed fashions.

“Gwyneth Paltrow should be ashamed,” Mark Glover of Respect for Animals told the paper. “I can only assume that Paltrow either is ignorant of the facts or lacks human decency and compassion.”

Never ones to be left out of a celebrity fur fracas, a spokesperson for PETA chimed in, too, stating, “Apparently her beauty really is only skin-deep. Gwyneth Paltrow won't be the apple of her daughter's eye if she continues to flaunt fur. It's a terrible example to set for a young child.”

Dad could bring drama to ‘Living Lohan’ Watching Lindsay Lohan’s mother manage her younger sister’s singing and acting career on “Living Lohan” may not be enough to keep reality TV viewers coming back for more.

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According to Life & Style, the show’s producers have the perfect solution — bring LiLo’s publicity-loving dad, Michael, onboard.

“The producers for ‘Living Lohan’ have been talking to Michael about being on the show,” an E! insider said. “They want to capture all the drama that goes on between Dina and her ex-husband.”

Although another source pointed out that “dysfunctional-family stuff makes for great TV,” dad’s not convinced.

“I don't know that this would be good for my kids,” Michael told the magazine.

Dish on the flyJake Gyllenhaal’s upcoming sci-fi flick could cause real-life drama in his relationship with girlfriend Reese Witherspoon. According to In Touch Weekly, producers are interested in casting Abbie Cornish, who’s dating Reese’s ex-husband Ryan Phillippe and was rumored to have a role in the couple's breakup, for the part of Jake’s leading lady. “This is one of those only-in-Hollywood situations,” a source told the magazine. “It could work out as long as Reese doesn't visit Jake on the set.” … Don’t expect Mariah Carey to jump on the baby-bump bandwagon. The National Enquirer reports the singer has no intention of starting a family with new husband Nick Cannon. “Mariah gets ribbed all the time about when she’s going to have a baby — but she just looks at you like you said a dirty word,” a friend of the diva said. “Mimi’s got a great life — she’s not looking for anyone, or anything, to change that.” … Her parents recently called her hit song, “I Kissed a Girl,” “shameful and disgusting,” but Katy Perry insists her folks are fine with her music. “I'm sure they opt out of singing ‘Ur So Gay’ and ‘I Kissed a Girl,’ but they're singing along to every other song on the record,” Katy told Rolling Stone. “They're just glad I'm not strung out, doing centerfolds and s--- like that.”

Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines.