Wednesday gossip roundup: Lindsay Lohan is an undecided voter

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Valerie Macon

Justin Timberlake only had room for two of his former *NSYNC band-mates on this guest list for his wedding to Jessica Biel last week, according to Us Weekly. While JC Chasez and Chris Kirkpatrick got to enjoy the lavish event in Southern Italy, Lance Bass and Joey Fatone had to stay home. “Justin thought a reunion would overshadow the wedding,” a source says. “And Justin hates Lance now.”

Amid all the confusion currently engulfing Lindsay Lohan‘s personal life, at least the world knew where the troubled actress stood politically — until now. Lohan had previously Mitt Romney in the U.S. presidential election because “employment is really important right now,” according to E! News. But while live-tweeting the last presidential debate earlier this week, Lohan voiced her support for President Barack Obama by re-tweeting a post from the president’s campaign saying she was “proud of Obama.” The tweet was soon deleted, though, so maybe she is on Team Romney after all. It sounds like the debates were rough on the actress, in any event, as she posted: “I’m so relieved that it’s over. Maybe more than both of [the candidates]. Severe anxiety.”

Eva Longoria and NFL star Mark Sanchez have split up after a couple of months of dating, a rep for Sanchez confirms to Us Weekly. “Mark adores and respects Eva,” the rep says. “It was really about scheduling more than anything else. They will remain close friends.” And an anonymous source for the magazine confirms the cause: “There was no drama,” the source says. “They just have completely different schedules and lifestyles.” Longoria confirmed she was dating Sanchez in early September.

Michelle Williams and Jason Segel have upped the ante on their romance by reportedly moving in together, according to the Daily Mail. The pair — along with Williams’ daughter, Matilda — set up shop in a new Brooklyn loft in a converted warehouse that overlooks the Manhattan skyline. “Michelle, Jason and Matilda seem very happy here. The building is beautiful,” a source says. “They’ve been here a few months, and they look right at home.”

Emma Watson
is going back to school. After enrolling in Brown University in the fall of 2009, the British actress took a leave of absence from the Ivy League school in March 2011. “I love Brown and I love studying pretty much more than anything, but recently I’ve had so much to juggle that being a student and fulfilling my other commitments has become a little impossible,” Watson wrote on her blog at the time. She then spent her junior year abroad, studying at Oxford University, before delaying her return to Brown once again to film a number of projects this summer and fall. But her rep assures Gossip Cop that the “Harry Potter” star will be back on campus for the 2013 winter semester.


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