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Taylor Swift is Blue (or is it Red?) over Jake Gyllenhaal

Every time Taylor Swift comes out with a new song about a broken romance, the public is quick to speculate as to which former boyfriend she is referring to in the lyrics. Well, the guessing is over when it comes to “All Too Well,” a track off her new album, “Red.” It’s about Jake Gyllenhaal, who dated and dumped Swift in late 2010.

Sarah Michelle Gellar and husband Freddie Prinze, Jr. named their new son Rocky James. As far as we understand, Rocky is not a nickname.

Isla Fisher says she and husband Sacha Baron Cohen are thankful for the uniquely American holiday that falls in late November. Isla is particularly grateful that her hubby no longer wears his Borat mankini. The Australian Fisher and British Baron Cohen plan to fly with their daughters to London to be with family over the holiday, which is not celebrated across the pond.

Anne Hathaway and new hubby Adam Shulman were spotted buying stuffed animals and picture books for children affected by Hurricane Sandy. They are clearly not only a cute couple, but also a thoughtful one.

Of course, there is news (and more than just one item) about James Franco. First, he’s directed an R.E.M. video featuring Lindsay Lohan. Second, he made an appearance at the Rome Film Festival on Friday. And finally, Vanessa Hudgens shot her first sex scene with Franco (it’s apparently a steamy threesome), and she says she never wants to do that again—in general, not just with Franco (at least that’s what we think she meant).

Jennifer Aniston and fiancé Justin Theroux honored buddy Ben Stiller at the 26th American Cinematheque gala at the Beverly Hilton last week. “He is adorable. He’s sensitive. He’s shockingly ripped,” Aniston told the audience during her comedic tribute. “And if you don’t believe me, I’d suggest pulling out your iPhone and Google-ing ‘Stiller Hawaii beach.’ Trust me, it’s intense.”

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Taylor Swift is Blue (or is it Red?) over Jake Gyllenhaal

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