Wednesday gossip roundup: Chris Brown and Rihanna are kissing in public
The British royal family’s latest headache is apparently far from over, despite their victory in court against a French magazine that published topless photos of Kate Middleton. There are apparently more photos — and possibly even a video — from their French vacation, and the latest also reportedly feature Prince William himself. “Newspaper pictures editor tell me there are as many as 270 pictures being hawked around, which feature both the Duchess and Prince William naked,” says the Telegraph’s Willard Foxton. “Only 24 have appeared thus far. The Palace’s nightmare is that the pictures are stills from a video.”
While Amanda Bynes should be focused on her legal woes and driving difficulties, she apparently only has one thing on her mind: fellow Hollywood troublemaker Lindsay Lohan. “She obsessively hates Lindsay,” a source tells Us Weekly. “She rambles about ‘that bitch Lindsay’ all the time.” But while Lohan previously tweeting her disbelief at how much Bynes gets away with, a rep for the “Mean Girls” star insists “there is no feud” between the two.
It looks like Rihanna just can’t keep away from Chris Brown — even if he is supposedly dating model Karrueche Tran. The infamous exes were spotted at NYC nightclub the Griffin this week “hugging and kissing,” a source tells Celebuzz. “And they went to the back of the club alone together.” And Brown was spotted early the next morning sneaking out of the hotel where Rihanna is staying. The public displays of affection did not go over so well with Tran, apparently. “She felt the kiss was a public slap in the face,” a source tells Us Weekly.
Taylor Swift may be a young and successful pop star, but she apparently likes to party like an old lady. The 22-year-old singer and her 18-year-old boyfriend, Conor Kennedy, were spotted on a fairly subdued date in Deerfield, Mass., recently, grabbing an early dinner before checking out some area antique stores, according to Perez Hilton. The couple seemed “very nice and a little bit shy,” according to an employee at Old Station Antiques.