Thursday gossip roundup: Alison Pill is the latest celebrity to tweet a topless photo

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For their top-secret wedding last weekend, Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds reportedly wrote their own vows — and kept it light, according to People magazine. “They promised to support and love each other and to make each other laugh,” a source tells the magazine. “[Reynolds] said he would treasure Blake. She said she would adore him. The whole time they were beaming.” Lively also reportedly got a little misty during the ceremony. “A lot of people started to well up, actually,” the source says.

Alison Pill is suffering some major embarrassment after accidentally tweeting a topless photo of herself. It’s believed the picture was intended for her fiancé, actor Jay Baruchel, but instead it went out to her 14,000 followers, though she quickly deleted the post. “Yep. That picture happened. Ugh. My tech issues have now reached new heights, apparently. How a deletion turned into a tweet… Apologies,” she tweeted.

Lindsay Lohan is reportedly playing sick as a means to get out of being in “Scary Movie 5″ after deciding the script makes fun of her too much, insisting that she has walking Pneumonia, according to Page Six. “Lindsay missed every meeting she had for the film, including script reads and wardrobe meetings,” a source says. “Then she missed her flight to Atlanta on Sunday to shoot the movie. The producers had been getting signs Friday that she was a mess, and would not be fit to work.” But Lohan’s rep insists there’s nothing fishy going on. “Lindsay is fulfilling all of her obligations for the film,” rep Steve Honig says.

A year after coming out of the closet, Zachary Quinto is opening up about his relationship with “Glee” and “Boss” actor Jonathan Groff, telling Out magazine, “I’m incredibly happy, I’m incredibly lucky.” Quinto says he’s feeling especially good about being in a relationship because of a rough time he had following the death of his father. “I found myself in a pattern of being attracted to people who were somehow unavailable, and what I realized was that I was protecting myself because I equated the idea of connection and love with trauma and death,” he explains. “I had to do a lot of work on the couch to really get to a place where I was able to show up to a relationship with someone who was actually capable of being in one — and that took a lot of trial and error.”

Mila Kunis got a nasty surprise when she found herself trapped in an elevator with 11 other people recently in New York, according to Page Six. “They were stuck in the elevator for 45 minutes and it became very hot in there,” a source says. “Mila and everyone else remained calm. There were firetrucks outside, and firefighters helped them get out.”



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