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Freida Pinto Claims To Be Not Dating Dev Patel

Slumdog Millionaire totally kicked tail at the Oscars, to the tune 8 awards. 'Nice' is right. But even the best Sound Mixing in the world won't make a love story sing without the a couple of actors with chemistry. That's why it's no surprise that rumor has it that Dev Patel and Freida Pinto are dating in real life. According to Freida Pinto's possible secret husband Rohan Antao, Slumdog Millionaire's on-set romance ruined his marriage. It sounds like someone, somewhere is not telling the whole truth.

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Xzibit Says Diddy Treated Him To Gayest Night Ever

In a new interview with Jamie Foxxhole's radio show, Xzibit shares the story of how Sean Combs (a.k.a. Puff Daddy, Puffy, Diddy, etc.) treated him to the gayest night of his life, while, of course, doing everything verbally in his power to relay the message that he, himself, is not gay. But is it possible that, even as he points one finger at Diddy, Xzibit is pointing four fingers back at himself?

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Prince William & Kate Middleton To Move In

It looks like Prince William and Kate Middleton may be getting slightly more serious after 6 years of dating. Rumor has it that she is semi-officially moving in with him at his RAF base in Shropshire. This cohabitation is a far cry from the breakups that these two regularly appear to have. Not as far from breaking up as marriage, but maybe it's a start. Now what are we going to do with Prince Harry?

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Advice For Rihanna

Rihanna and Chris Brown are young (Chris is 19). Sure, they're celebrities who have faced the pressure of the public eye, and they've done serious work at an age when many people are skipping class because they did too many kegstands. But no matter what adult situations they've successfully navigated the fact remains that they are not grown-ups. They need guidance and support. Which brings us to Bonnie Fuller's essay on Huffington Post.