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Lea Michele Wants Justin Bieber on Glee

Lea Michele has seen a handful of celebrity cameos on the show, with more coming, including Javier Bardem and Gwyneth Paltrow.

But there’s one person that she’d especially love to work with: Justin Bieber.

“I don’t know about Justin Bieber coming on the show, but he would be awesome,” she told E! Online.

“But I will tell you this — breaking news from Lea Michele! — we have an Academy Award winner coming on Glee in the next few episodes that is not Justin Bieber.”

However, the 24-year-old actress won’t get the chance to cosy up to Bardem when he makes a guest appearance.

“I know the storyline and it’s not with me. Maybe I’ll be like, ‘Don’t I look like Penelope Cruz? Hey, It’s me — I’m Penelope.’ “

Edited: September 29th, 2010

Brad Goreski Parts Ways With Rachel Zoe

Rachel Zoe’s assistant Brad Goreski has decided to part ways with the celebrity stylist, effective Oct. 1.

Goreski told People, “I love Rachel and she’s taught me everything I know. But there’s a point where either I do it now or I’ll never know what it’s like to spread my wings and soar.”

Goreski broke the news to Zoe about a month ago.

“We couldn’t stop hugging and we couldn’t stop crying,” Zoe said. “He did this with such class and elegance. And I get it. I just told him, ‘I’m here for you always.’”

Edited: September 29th, 2010

Rachel Bilson: Ghost Angeles Bound

Rachel Bilson is coming back to television for a new supernatural romantic comedy, Ghost Angeles.

The actress is reuniting with The O.C. creator/executive producer Josh Schwartz, who is righting the hourlong project for NBC.

The show will center around a young woman in Los Angeles who can talk to the dead, “helping the spirits as much as they are helping her.”

What do you think of the concept?

Something you would watch?

Sound off in the comments!

Edited: September 29th, 2010

Seth Rogen: Engaged to Lauren Miller!

Green Hornet star Seth Rogen is engaged to writer/actress Lauren Miller.

The pair have been together since 2004.

A friend of Rogen’s told Life & Style: “He surprised her with the proposal. She’d started giving up hope that he would ever pop the question.”

“Her family adores him; everyone is thrilled to plan a wedding,” the friend added.

The couple reportedly got engaged last week, after they resturned from visiting family in Boston.

Congrats to the happy couple!

Edited: September 29th, 2010

Emma Stone: Spider-Man Female Lead Candidate

Emma Stone is up for one of the two female leads in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot.

The 21-year-old Easy A actress joins other actresses, including, Lily CollinsTeresa Palmer, and Mia Wasikowska who are also on the list.

However, she reportedly is a front-runner due to her relationship with the studio.

Stone is also set to play the lead female role in the 2011 reboot of 21 Jump Street.

If she gets the role, she will star opposite of Jonah Hill in the film.

Edited: September 26th, 2010

Emily Deschanel Weds

Bones actress Emily Deschanel and writer-actor David Hornsby tied the knot in a private ceremony in front of family and friends.

The 33-year-old actress wed in the Pacific Palisades area of Los Angeles on Saturday (Sept. 25).

Hornsby is best known for his work on FX’s It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia.

People broke the news first.

Edited: September 26th, 2010

Jesse Eisenberg Doesn’t Use Facebook

Jesse Eisenberg who portrays Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg in David Fincher’s biopic The Social Network admits that he doesn’t actually use Facebook.

Eisenberg shared that asking whether someone uses Facebook these days is like asking if they use the telephone.

During his time filming The Social Network, Eisenberg has grown fond of Zuckerberg.

“I never met Mark, although, I developed a great affection for him because I spent six months thinking about him and defending his position,” Eisenberg said. “It’s pretty much impossible to play a role and not defend his behavior.”

But does he feel like he’s hurting Zuckerberg’s image?

“I thought of it as an actor and acting in a scene. The fact that it was about a real person, we’ve already thought about and dealt with,” Eisenberg said. “I genuinely felt and still do that everything I do as my character is explainable. That’s what I was hired to do.”

Edited: September 25th, 2010

Katherine Heigl Donates $1M to Save Animals

Katherine Heigl has donated a $1 million to Los Angeles as part of a new initiative to get animals spayed and neutered.

Heigl donated the money in honor of her late brother Jason Heigl, who died in a car accident in 1986 when he was a high school student.

“I said to my mother, ‘I think it’s a really grace-filled way to honor him.’ My mother began the foundation in his name as a way of creating a legacy for this child of hers that didn’t live long enough to do that himself, and he also happened to be a real advocate for animals and children and the repressed so it works out beautifully,” Heigl told Access Hollywood.

“It’ll never change how this day feels to us come September 23 every year,” she said. “It has a significance now, of beauty, a grace to it, that we are grateful for.”

Edited: September 25th, 2010

Kristen Bell: I Used to Date Matthew Morrison

Kristen Bell is a big fan of Glee, but not just because it’s a great show.

The 30-year-old actress revealed that she used to date Glee star Matthew Morrison back in college.

During the premiere of her new film You Again, Bell dished to Us Weekly:

“I actually went to college with Matty Morrison,” she said.

“We actually dated very briefly, so I’ll have to say maybe Matt Morrison is my favorite part of Glee for various reasons,” she continued.

Bell is now engaged to actor Dax Shepard.

Edited: September 23rd, 2010

Jennifer Lopez is Not Going to be a Diva on American Idol

American Idol’s newest judge Jennifer Lopez assures fans that she will not be diva as she dishes out advice and comments to aspiring singers.

“After as many years as I’ve been in this business, I’m used to that kind of stuff,” Lopez said Wednesday during a press conference.

“I’m used to speculation,” she said.

There were many speculations, before she signed on to judge, that Fox wasn’t going to choose her because of her diva antics, but she assures that it wasn’t true.

“I was calming the FOX people down,” she said. “I was like, ‘Listen, it’ll be gone tomorrow. Once they hear who we are and what we’re doing, it’s going to be fine. Don’t worry about it.’ I was just looking forward to getting started.”

Edited: September 23rd, 2010

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