Looks like there's a cat fight about to go down. Cameron Diaz vs Kate Hudson. From Us Weekly:
The new issue of Us Weekly reports that Kate Hudson and Cameron Diaz are locked in a bitter battle over Alex Rodriguez. An insider believes Diaz is bedding Rodriguez as a form of retaliation after Hudson hooked up with Justin Timberlake in January 2007 -- just two days after the couple of four years split. "Kate thinks it's payback, pure and simple," the insider says.
And Hudson's not 100 percent wrong. Says a Diaz pal, "Cameron was actually in a serious long-term relationship with Justin. She thinks it's a joke Kate would be mad. Kate is only upset because she hates being single." In an effort to hold on to Rodriguez, one source even contends that Hudson got breast implants post split to appeal to the Yankee's preference for "busty women."
Anything that has had any contact with Madonna, except Guy Ritchie of course because he redeemed himself by directing a few good movies, is totally, probably, not really that worth it. But still, cat fight! More to come hopefully!
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