Are Miley Cyrus and her ex on again…again? The rapidly maturing tween icon has already split with Aussie actor Liam Hemsworth twice, most recently last fall, and now she’s reportedly seeing him again. E! Online reports that the “Last Song” costars are so serious they’re planning to visit his Down Under homeland together.
“They’ve been hanging out a lot,” a friend of Liam’s says. “They’ve been trying to do it away from the cameras.”
That isn’t working out so well: TMZ cameras spotted the couple in a car pulling out of a Los Angeles coffee shop.
Another E! source close to Liam says the pair are “taking it slow and just enjoying each other’s company.”
A trip to Australia is taking it slow? Well, Miley probably does have frequent-flyer miles to spare.
Charlie Sheen’s so-called comedy tour isn’t exactly going as planned—at his disastrous debut gig in Detroit, the actor was roundly booed, and people walked out en masse. But at least he has a major weight off his mind: The actor has reached a custody agreement with ex-wife Brooke Mueller over their twin sons, Bob and Max.
The amount of time Charlie gets with the twins will gradually ramp up, according to documents obtained by TMZ. For the first two months, the former “Two and a Half Men” star will see the boys every other weekend for a Saturday overnight. The next two months, he gets Saturday and Sunday overnights; if he passes drug tests, he gets to add Wednesday to the mix.
Brooke, like Charlie, is subject to regular random drug testing. Neither parent is to be photographed with the kids and a significant other. And Charlie’s “goddesses” are not to have public displays of affection with the boys.
Sounds remarkably reasonable. Now, about that “comedy” show….
Actress Carey Mulligan is “besotted” with a new man, British folk singer Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons. The Oscar nominee and pal Jake Gyllenhaal caught a secret house-party performance by the band in Nashville in February, and apparently sparks flew.
“She sat in the front row, and while he was singing Marcus looked down at Carey and she blushed,” a source relayed to the U.K.’s Daily Mail. “It was clear they had chemistry.”
“Afterwards they went to the City House restaurant and dined with friends, but they sat together and acted like a couple,” said the source, adding, “Carey’s hoping they can spend more time together when Marcus flies back to America next month for a major tour with his band. He’s hired a vintage train instead of a tour bus and has asked Carey to join him for the trip. It’s early days but they seem to enjoy each other’s company.”
Shia LaBeouf, eat your heart out.
Here’s the situation: The next season of “Jersey Shore” is reportedly up in the air, with MTV’s tanorexic team of reality stars holding out for more money.
“Snooki, The Situation, J-Woww and Pauly D have not finalized their contracts because they can’t agree on the amount,” a source confided to Radar Online. “As of last week Deena hadn’t signed her contract either but Ronnie, Sammi, and Vinny were done.”
The fourth season is set to bring the Seaside Heights crew to Italy, and according to TMZ, the cast believes it could be their last, so they’re looking to get every dime they can out of MTV.
Could it be that they’re a lot smarter than we think?
Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.