Tuesday gossip roundup: Keira Knightley thinks her breasts are ‘so small’

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While Justin Bieber fans are still in shock over his split from Selena Gomez, there might be good news for them on the horizon. It appears the pair met up on the sly at the London Hotel in NYC this week, according to Hollyscoop. Bieber was spotted slipping into the hotel a few hours after Gomez checked in, and she later left with a Bieber pal, Alfredo Flores, while Bieber himself reportedly snuck out the back entrance with Gomez’s bodyguard. And besides, both are expected to attend this weekend’s American Music Awards, so the clock is ticking for a reconciliation.

Taylor Swift has certainly had enough relationships in the last few years to get a sense of what she’s looking for, and it turns out she sometimes just wants to be told what to do. “If I feel too much like I’m wearing the pants, I start to feel uncomfortable and then we break up,” she tells Harper’s Bazaar. “It’s wonderful to hand over the reins to your boyfriend when you control so much of these big, high-pressure decisions, you know? That is a huge factor in who you choose to be with.”

Keira Knightley has a simple set of rules for how much skin she’ll show on camera, and going topless isn’t a problem for the British actress. “I’m quite rigorous about what gets exposed,” she tells Allure magazine. “No bottom half! I don’t mind exposing my [breasts] because they’re so small — people really aren’t that interested.” The magazine appears to disagree, using a topless photo of Knightley, carefully shielding her chest with her arms, for the cover.

Barbara Walters is “disappointed” that Lindsay Lohan‘s new PR team canceled their planned “20/20″ interview — especially now that Lohan has announced she’ll sit down with Jay Leno for the “Tonight” show next week. “I think to go on Jay Leno and be adorable and amusing, there’s still all the problems,” Walters says on “the View,” adding that her chat with Lohan “would have been a wonderful interview. She could have set a lot of things straight. I think it could have helped her.

Emma Stone
may not be ready to talk marriage with Andrew Garfield, but she’s definitely up for helping friends get hitched. The “Amazing Spider-Man” star officiated the wedding of her publicist, Holly Shakoor, to her “Zombieland” director, Ruben Fleischer, over the weekend in Ojai, Calif., according to Us Weekly. “She was very eloquent and composed and didn’t seem nervous at all,” a source says. “[Shakoor and Fleischer] always credited Emma with them finding each other, so having her officiate the wedding was a no-brainer.” Also in attendance were Garfield, Sofia Vergara, Gabrielle Union and Christina Hendricks.



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