What's Goin' On: Pattinson to break silence

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August 7, 2012, 10:17 pm
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(NECN: Jenny Johnson) - Reportedly devastated and in hiding, Robert Pattinson has been quiet since his girlfriend, Twilight co-star Kristen Stewart, cheated - but not for long.

The 26-year-old actor is set to appear on The Daily Show next Monday. Pattinson will sit down with host Jon Stewart to promote his new movie "Cosmopolis." It's rumored Kristen Stewart is banned from attending the premiere. The appearance will be his first since Kristen was caught having an affair with married director Rupert Sanders.

He stole our hearts at the Olympics, but it seems Michael Phelps' own heart is already taken.

The Olympic sensation, who won his 22nd career medal in the 2012 Olympic Games, has notoriously been quiet about his love life, but he went public with his relationship on the red carpet on Monday. His girlfriend, model Megan Rossee, a 25-year-old blonde beauty, hasn't been shy about sharing their relationship on Instagram, including posting a cuddly picture of herself with Phelps on Sunday with the caption "Yay Michael."

The Boss will be spending a lot of time in the Bay State soon.

Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band will continue Fenway Park's 100th anniversary celebration with two shows next Tuesday and Wednesday at the historic ball park. He's also performing at Gillette Stadium August 18.

Watch the attached video for all of this celebrity gossip and more.

Tags: Jenny Johnson, Beyonce, Michael Phelps, Bruce Springsteen, Kristen Stewart, whats goin on, Jay Z, Robert Pattinson
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