Hollywood Gossip (Nov. 7)

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November 7, 2008

3:29 AM

**She’s so lucky, she’s a star**
Fresh on her latest career-revival attempt, Britney Spears has announced the track list for her new album. “Circus,” set to drop Dec. 2, her 27th birthday, features a song titled “If You Seek Amy.” It’s rumored the song may be about fellow rehab trainwreck Amy Winehouse. But say the name of the song quickly — sounds like f-u-c-k me, Brit’s apparent attempt to be provocative. Nothing breaths “all grown up” like thinly veiled curse word cover-ups.

**Hit it one more time**
Madonna has organized a reunion between two of the hottest ‘90s popstars. According to E!, Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake were slated to reunite onstage along with Madge last night. The twenty-somethings haven’t worked together since their brutal breakup in 2002, at which point JT’s career exploded while his sad songstress ex fell to the depths of despair. Wonder if this reunion will rekindle the romance. Probably not.

**No love from Lilo’s lover**
The outcome of Tuesday’s election, especially that California’s gay-marriage ban passed, shocked many — including DJ Samantha Ronson. “I guess people care more about farm animals than they do their fellow man, that’s really sad to me,” LiLo’s lover posted on her MySpace page. “Yes, I am glad that the chickens will have more room and better conditions as they wait to die, but I just think it’s frightening that people show more compassion for tomorrow’s dinner than for the chef.”

**Sixteen more minutes**
Sick of being called a heartthrob, Leonardo DiCaprio is handing the torch off to Zac Efron. According to the dapper DiCaprio, he has total respect for how the “High School Musical” star handles his fame. According to PopSugar, he wants the teen to take the limelight to remove it from himself. “I was never happy with the teen idol tag at all — never wanted to be a sex symbol or all that stuff — it was the work that appealed to me.”

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