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After being made a fool of on David Letterman (twice!), has decided to lash out at former classmate Mary-Kate Olsen.

Earlier this month, The Hills star made a guest appearance on the late night program and was put on the hot seat by the talk show host. (You can see that video here.) When Pratt claimed that he receives fees of $100,000 to appear at clubs, Letterman simply couldn’t hold back the laughter.

Fast forward to past Thursday when was on the same show promoting her new movie, The Wackness. David asked if Olsen had gone to school with any of the young stars in the news today—and that’s when the subject of Spencer Pratt came up. (You can see this clip after the jump.)

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Jessica SimpsonSinger/actress was recently caught out and about by the paparazzi wearing a controversial T-shirt. By using the message on her shirt, is Simpson sending a message of her own?

The T boldly proclaims “Real Girls Eat Meat,” a little non-vegetarian humor to combat the popularity of Ts with messages like “Meat is Murder,” no doubt. But perhaps this bit of humor goes much deeper than an affection for char-broiled burgers.

Simpson just so happens to be currently dating Tony Romo, who is the ex-boyfriend of famous vegetarian . The American Idol winner has been very vocal about her nutritional leanings, named “sexiest vegetarian” by PETA twice. When viewed from the perspective of relationship history, Simpson’s shirt suddenly takes on a whole new connotation…doesn’t it?

The press seems to think so. Today, Jessica’s shirt is appearing on entertainment sites all across the Internet. One unnamed source is reported as saying “Jess is sick of hearing about how Tony still has feelings for Carrie. She’s obviously trying to poke fun at her rival and let her know who really has Tony’s heart.”

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Sean CombsAn inflammatory article published by the LA Times has brought about quick response from entertainment mogul . The article suggested that Combs, along with Notorious B.I.G., Jimmy Rosemond and a promoter, knew that rap superstar Tupac Shakur was to be gunned down before the event happened on November 30, 1994.

Seriously, I like tasty entertainment gossip as much as anybody, but isn’t this old news? What was the LA Times thinking, anyway? At any rate, the story was published and now Combs is pissed. In a statement released today, Combs addressed the allegations: “This story is a lie. It is beyond ridiculous and is completely false. Neither Biggie nor I had any knowledge of any attack before, during or after it happened. It is a complete lie to suggest that there was any involvement by Biggie or myself. I am shocked that the Los Angeles Times would be so irresponsible as to publish such a baseless and completely untrue story.” Well. 

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Christina AguileraThey shared the same delivery weekend, but no way will Christina Aguilera and Nicole Richie share a magazine cover - not if Aguilera has anything to say about it.  Despite negotiations which took several weeks, Aguilera has nixed a deal with OK! Magazine for an issue which was supposed to contain photos of the diva and her new baby, Max. Because the magazine couldn’t guarantee a full-cover photo, Christina walked.

The decision not to give her the full cover, according to one “insider,” stems from the wedding photo spread the magazine previously did on Aguilera. The source says the issue didn’t sell as well as the magazine had hoped, proving she’s not a big seller when it comes to print media. Another source, who is supposed to be familiar with Christina’s magazine contracts, says Aguilera’s contract states no magazine running photos of Max may run photos of Richie and her new baby. “Christina can’t stand Nicole,” said one source.

OK! Magazine says they cannot comment on celebrity contracts.

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