Joe Jonas is establishing quite a rep as a heartbreaker. The singer, already notorious for dumping Taylor Swift via a 27-second phone call, has now broken up with Ashley Greene because he just “wasn’t that into it,” a source tells Us magazine.
Reps for both confirmed the split, stating, “We can confirm they both have parted ways and have no further comment.”
The couple had been dating since last summer and were frequently photograped stepping out hand in hand.
“It was mutual and amicable,” a source told the New York Post, explaining that their busy schedules made it hard to keep the romance alive.
“They broke up shortly before her birthday, then got back together,” the Us source says.
In fact, the pop star organized the “Twilight” actress’s 24th-birthday bash on Feb. 18: “He wanted to make sure everything was perfect,” says another Us source. “He was really sweet and conscientious.”
Maybe not so much.
Eva Longoria seems to be getting over her heartbreak over losing Tony Parker. Her divorce from the basketball player was only finalized in January, but she has already rebounded in a big way.
The “Desperate Housewives” star is hot and heavy with new beau Eduardo Cruz — and according to one report, they’re already making plans to shack up.
Life&Style magazine claims to have overheard the actress telling him during a makeout session at Chateau Marmont earlier this month, “Baby, it will be so great to spend every day with you. I can’t wait for you to move in!”
Who eavesdrops on people while they’re making out?
Now that Selena Gomez has gone semi-public with her romance with Justin Bieber, she’s sharing a few — entirely wholesome — details.
The Disney star explained to David Letterman on “Late Show” how the couple initially hooked up. (Don’t worry, it’s pre-taped, so she wasn’t up past her bedtime.)
“His manager called my mom, who’s my manager,” Selena explained.
What’s more unusual — two teenagers who have managers … or a teenage girl who lets her mom fix her up with a guy?
Ryan Phillippe has been accused of being a deadbeat dad — even though the baby mama in question hasn’t even given birth, and there’s no proof the baby is his.
According to TMZ sources, the actor isn’t pleased that model Alexis Knapp, who claims Ryan is the father of her unborn child, is telling people he’s not helping her financially (and the baby bump makes it rather difficult to get modeling work).
But in fact, say the site’s spies, he is paying her expenses, even though paternity has not been established. (Ryan has reportedly agreed to take a paternity test after the baby, due in June, is born.)
And the “Crash” star’s camp says he agreed to foot her bills on the condition that Alexis wouldn’t talk to the media about the pregnancy … and yet, somehow, the press found out.
“File this under the category, ‘No good deed goes unpunished,’” one source summed up the situation.
“She has never asked Ryan for any help, nor does she expect it,” her rep counters to People magazine, adding, “Alexis has maintained her silence and will continue to do so. Any ‘source’ claiming to have been her or her camp up to this point is false.”
Jeeze, everybody has a “rep” and a “camp” these days.
Kitty Raymond is an entertainment writer and astrologer. She welcomes feedback at firstname.lastname@example.org.