Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans
Britney’s Big In Japan & Loves Their Little Cars: Britney continues her blitz of Japan and took some time to blog about her trip. “I love Japan! I think all the tiny cars are so cute!” she wrote on her Web site. And besides cute little cars, Brit’s taking in some spiritual sights too. “We just visited the oldest Buddhist temple. It was so beautiful!” she added. Maybe Brit will make the Smart car craze go mainstream stateside!
LiLo Blogs Too: Brit’s not the only starlet with a blog, as Lindsay Lohan is taking to the Web to continue to chronicle her love for Samantha Ronson. She dedicated the second and third seasons of “Without a Trace” to her girlfriend on Monday, writing,“for you, this is for samantha ronson, here you go baby hahahahahahaahaha, everyone should watch it late night! i know ‘i’m so embarrassing.’” Much to the dismay of her high school English teachers, LiLo continues to ignore punctuation and grammar rules.
Paris & Benji Reunited: Paris Hilton and Benji Madden were back together – at least for one night. The duo may have split, but they partied together the Dolce & Gabbana boutique on Robertson Boulevard Monday night in Beverly Hills, E! Online reported. The two were spotted in a private corner chatting. When Paris was asked if she was getting back together with Benji, she simply smiled. We’re sure all these burning Paris questions will be answered in a upcoming reality show.
Enrique Gives Fan An Intimate Snapshot: Enrique Inglesias gave a concertgoer a very up close and personal picture – of the inside of his pants! During a recent concert in Paris at the VIP Room, Enrique snapped some photos of the view looking down his pants, Britain’s The Daily Mail reported. We’re expecting an eBay and gossip Web site photo scandal any second now. Check out the photo of Enrique photographing himself HERE!
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