|This isn't exactly a love triangle, but that doesn't make it any less juicy.|
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• You remember that time Miley told a reporter Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) had a crush on her and he didn't even know who she was? Yeah, I still laugh about that, too. Well, when she said the Jonas Brothers' new song, with lead vocals by her ex-boyfriend Nick Jonas, was about her—she was right. The boys in the band confirmed it in an interview with Ryan Seacrest. I've also heard Liam Hemsworth is not pleased, but that's barely even news. If he wasn't pissed about her ex making a play at her over a song, they shouldn't even be getting married. [HuffPost]
• Speaking of Miley Cyrus, word on the street is that she wants three weddings: one in Tennessee, one in Los Angeles and one in Australia. I can understand one in Australia, since that's her fiancé Liam Hemsworth's hometown, but why do you need two in the U.S.? Pick one location and have people from the other location fly there. Or just have three weddings, Miley, on your continual journey to make people pay more attention to you than you deserve. [PerezHilton]
• It seems Justin Timberlake's fake music group connection with Andy Samberg was important enough to get him an invite to J.T.'s Italy nuptials, but the real one he had with 'N Sync was not. The frankly unmemorable Chris Kirkpatrick, who just happened to be vacationing in Italy at the time of the wedding, is hurt that he wasn't invited. I mean, you can't have much money left, Chris. Maybe J.T. just thought he was saving you some cash on a European ticket. Or maybe he knows how much you blab to the press in an effort to stay partially relevant and didn't want you disclosing all your wedding deets. Or maybe he forgot you existed. I know I did. [Us Weekly]
• Rita Ora and Rob Kardashian went public with a relationship everybody knew they were in because they've been photographed together a million times. It seems she has a thing for guys who don't have their lives together to a point where they have more than enough money for their own place, but prefer to mooch off their older sister and her husband. But maybe he just needs the love of a good woman...to move in with and help him finally become a full-grown adult. [E! Online]
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