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Kate Hudson confronts pregnancy rumors

After months under the constant gaze of baby-bump watchers and relationship revelers, Kate Hudson’s had enough.
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After months under the constant gaze of baby-bump watchers and relationship revelers, Kate Hudson’s had enough. The star of the upcoming “Bride Wars” separates the fact from the mostly fiction in a new interview with Harper’s Bazaar.

“I was never single in the industry — when the movies came out and I started getting more jobs, I was always married,” Hudson explained. “So (becoming the subject of romance rumors) is very new to me, and it hits you very fast because the publications jump on you. You’re dating everybody you walk around with — you can’t have any male friends. It’s weird.”

As for the actress’ current love interest, there is none. “I’m totally single,” she assured the magazine — a fact Hudson doesn’t expect will put an end to the speculation, at least not where the pregnancy predictions are concerned.

“They’ve said maybe four times recently that I’m pregnant, because I’m leaning over in the picture!” she said. “You think about it, and you’re like, 'What are you doing?' It's all bulls—t. Excuse my language, but it is.”

Hudson credits the tabloid guessing game to a fixation with scrutinizing the female form, rather than any real evidence. “Women’s bodies change — they change all the time,” she added.

L.C. reaches out to the Montags When she heard that Heidi Montag finally wed publicity-loving cohort Spencer Pratt, Lauren Conrad called her frenemy’s family. A nice gesture, but it seems the “Hills” hottie didn’t dial their digits to pass along her best wishes as much as to voice her concern.

“Lauren actually called me right when she found out, which was the same day I found out,” Holly Montag, the sister of Conrad’s former BFF, revealed to Us Weekly. “She was just checking on everybody and making sure the family was OK.”

Seems L.C., along with everyone who’s followed MTV’s “The Hills,” knows Pratt hardly ranks as the Montag family’s idea of an ideal in-law.

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In an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, the actress shared her plans for a solo future.

“I say I never want to get married,” the 22-year-old confessed. “I feel trapped with the idea of marriage. How can you really be with somebody forever? I'd get bored!”

On the off-chance she ever changes her mind, there’s one actor who need not pop the question.

“Obviously, Chace Crawford is gorgeous, but I wouldn't want to date him,” Bynes said. “He's too pretty. Maybe he's a smart guy, and maybe he's my soulmate, but that's not the type I go for.”

Dish on the flyWhile all’s quiet on the Madonna-Guy Ritchie divorce front for now, Ritchie’s father admits the director has some behind-the-scenes custody concerns. “The children are with Madonna at the moment,” John Ritchie told Britain’s Closer. “Our worry is that she won't send them back and Guy hopes she won't keep them.” The exes signed a shared custody agreement last month. … Work can wait, according to Pamela Anderson. When asked how she juggles her busy schedule with the demands of motherhood, the former “Baywatch” babe said it’s all about priorities. “I concentrate on my boys (Brandon, 12, and Dylan, 10) first, obviously, and everything else is just a bonus,” she explained to Ocean Drive magazine. “Like September, I spent the whole month at home, and I’m glad I’m at a point where I can spend that time with them. You know what? I can work when I’m older.”

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Tabloid Tidbits is compiled by Ree Hines.