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Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher to Shack Up?

On Valentine’s Day, love was in the air, and Mila Kunis and her main man Ashton Kutcher are here, there and everywhere. The couple was spotted at a Lakers game, and Kunis was all giggly and blushing about Kutcher during an appearance on Ellen DeGeneres’s show. But the most interesting tidbit is that the two are reportedly moving in together.

Ouch! And double ouch! Rumor has it that Drew Barrymore is undergoing painful laser surgery to remove her six tattoos as part of her moving closer to converting to Judaism (she’s apparently afraid she won’t be able to be buried in a Jewish cemetery if she stays inked). Has she never seen “Tattoo Jew” or heard that “tattoo” only sounds like “taboo”?

Check out Lena Dunham — and her tongue — on the cover of Rolling Stone.

William Shatner has called J.J. Abrams a certain un-kosher animal for hogging two sci-fi franchises: Star Trek and Star Wars.

We’re going to be seeing a lot — perhaps, too much — of Shia LaBoeuf. The trailer highlighting his role in Robert Redford’s new film, “The Company You Keep,” is out. Also, it’s been announced that Magnolia Pictures will be distributing “Nymphomaniac,” in which the actor performs actual sex acts.

Troubled Amanda Bynes’ bizarre behavior continues and intensifies.

Mom-to-be Evan Rachel Wood is furious at paparazzi for staking out her obstetric appointment and trying to get a shot of a sonogram photograph of her unborn child.

James Franco has not bothered to respond to a defamation suit brought against him my an NYU professor whom the actor called a “bad teacher.” As we know from the gazillion projects Franco is juggling, he has better (or at least other) things to do.

Israeli supermodel Bar Refaeli looked beautiful in blue at the Sanremo Music Festival in Italy.

We recently mentioned that Gwyneth Paltrow said some nice things about BFF Beyonce in a Vogue interview. Well, now the singer has returned the favor by praising Paltrow while chatting with E!.

Here are 5 things you probably didn’t know about Emmy Rossum, like that she once had a huge crush on Macaulay Culkin.

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