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November 22, 2005 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

Miami Vice is in trouble. Again. The always great Radar Online says today that the endless string of setbacks and complications on the set of the Jamie Foxx-Colin Farrel version of Miami Vice is no longer a problem for much of the crew. Because they’ve all quit. Some say the headaches have pushed the total cost to make the movie over 240 million dollars. More if insurance won’t cover Farrels penicillin and Zovirax.

Christina and Jordan were serious: The Daily Mail UK says that guests at the wedding of Christina Aguilera and Jordan Bratman – even stars like Pink and Nelly – were asked to sign a confidentiality agreement to ensure that every detail of the wedding was kept private after discovering that one guest had already attempted to sell the invitation. Said a source:

“You have to sign your life away. It’s three pages long. It starts, ‘It came as a great shock to us that one of our guests has been trying to sell their invitations. We are sorry to have to ask you, our dear friends and honored guests, to sign this agreement but we feel it is the only way to ensure the security of our wedding.”

Which is too bad since Pink and Nelly are such awesome storytellers, I bet to hear those silver tongues tell it would have been just like being there.

Nick Lachey might have banged that stripper: The New York Post says that Jessica Jaymes, a porn star who performed a live sex show with another woman in front of Nick Lachey and friends at a bachelor party last year, is trying to sell a story to the tabs about what she claims really happened that night. She


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