Scarlett and Justin: Are they on again? 

Justin Timberlake wasn’t kidding about bringing sexy back. The super-suave singer is juggling two of Hollywood’s hottest babes. Just last week, Scoop! reported that Jessica Biel flew to Sundance to join him, and it looked like J.T.’s fling with Scarlett Johansson was kaput. But over Super Bowl weekend, guess who kept Justin company in Miami? None other than ScarJo.

The former N’Sync-er arrived in Miami in the wee hours of Sunday and partied with Scarlett until 4:30 a.m. at a party hosted by Kid Rock, reports Us magazine’s Web site. They attended the Super Bowl and a postgame party together, leaving after 3 a.m. — and proceeded to hole up in her hotel room for hours.

"Scarlett did come down to hang out with Justin, and they do like each other," a source told the site, adding, "They are not serious yet."

In other words, Justin’s keeping his options open. Who can blame him?  

Family Feud

Disturbing new details have surfaced about Ryan O’Neal’s Saturday assault arrest — including a 911 call by son Griffin’s pregnant girlfriend, Joanne Berry, exclaiming, "I got hit by something. I can’t see. Help me! Help me! I’m in a lot of pain."

As Scoop! reported Tuesday, Ryan says he fired a handgun as a defense against Griffin, 42, who was swinging a fireplace poker and allegedly hit Joanne. The full story may not yet have unraveled: A friend of Ryan’s told the Associated Press that the actor walked in on a fight between Griffin and brother Redmond, 22, and tried to protect his younger son.

Meanwhile, daughter Tatum, 43, who is estranged from her father and did not witness the incident, disputes his account out of hand: "Redmond has been going through a hard time and we have all been trying to help him. No matter what my dad is saying in the press, Griffin was not trying to start a fight with him; he was attempting to protect Redmond. I’m sure when the police sort out the facts, the truth will be revealed."

Watch a CelebTV special report showing the Ryan O'Neal 911 tapes and an exclusive video of Ryan fighting with his son Griffin (below): 

Lindsay on the Loose

Lindsay Lohan is really pushing thedefinition of in-patient treatment. Although she’s in rehab for undisclosed issues at the swanky Wonderland center, the troubled starlet is hitting the club scene.

LiLo has already aroused the ire of other rehab residents by leaving Wonderland for such all-important excursions as shopping and lunching with friends (along with shooting her film "I Know Who Killed Me" and attending AA meetings). But over the weekend, the "Bobby" actress was spotted out partying two nights in a row.

Friday, paparazzi caught La Linds pulling out of Hollywood hot spot Les Deux — in the passenger seat of longtime "frenemy" Paris Hilton’s car. The next night, Web site TMZ reports, party-hearty Lindsay was seen leaving another club, Area.

Lindsay was not seen drinking alcohol. But a nightclub is not exactly the ideal hangout for someone trying to make a lifestyle change.

Third Time’s the Charm?

Just Tuesday, Scoop! revealed details of a new "20/20" interview with hip-hop megastar Eminem’s two-time ex-wife, Kim, sharing her heartbreak over their dysfunctional relationship and sudden second divorce (after just three months of remarriage). But despite all the drama, a pal of Em’s says Kim is set to become Mrs. Marshall Mathers III — for the third time.

Kim told "20/20" that she was over her former husband and moving on. Yet rapper Akon, who has collaborated with Slim Shady, reportedly blabbed to the U.K.’s Daily Mirror, "Eminem still loves Kim. They have one of those relationships where they are off one minute and back together the next. He can’t live with her, and he can’t live without her. But they are meant for each other. They are engaged again."

What can we say? Some people just aren’t happy unless they’re miserable.

Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer who has a celebrity astrology blog at

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