Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart move back in together
Tabloid tales: R-Patz and K-Stew reunite, Jon Snow owns up to LSD, Ke$ha 'had sex with a ghost'
ROBERT PATTINSON and Kristen Stewart are living together again, following their "dramatic make up" last week. After revelations of Kristen's infidelity with Snow White and the Huntsman director Rupert Sanders, the couple both moved out of their $6.3m Los Angeles mansion. But now, according to the New York Daily News, the pair are "living together and have reconciled". However, Pattinson, who "had his heart ripped out" by his Twilight co-star's cheating, is said to be taking things slowly as he is "extra-sensitive right now. He's insecure."
JON SNOW 'DROVE DOWN MOTORWAY ON LSD'
Jon Snow says he once drove on the M40 while high on LSD. The Channel 4 news presenter wrote on his blog yesterday that while at a party in Oxford, aged 22, he ate a "delicious strawberry flan" spiked with the hallucinogenic drug. He claims he began driving four others back to London on the motorway but was "assaulted by the white lines, flashing into my head. As I approached the first bridge over the road I became convinced that the car was too big to pass through it." The Daily Mail reports that Snow then let a person who had not eaten the flan take over driving.
KESHA HAD 'SEXY' SUPERNATURAL EXPERIENCE
Ke$ha claims she has had sex with a ghost, and the tryst inspired her new tune Supernatural. The American singer says the song is "about experiences with the supernatural ... but in a sexy way ... I had a couple experiences with the supernatural". She added: "I don't know his name! He was a ghost!" According to The Sun, Ke$ha, 25, also revealed her new album, Warrior, was written after a recent spiritual quest. "I just went around the world and lived on a boat... I was in Africa rehabilitating baby lions. I went diving with great white sharks, I got hypnotised".
POLICE OFFICER INVESTIGATES MOONLIGHT
A police officer investigating a 'suspicious light' was embarrassed to discover he was in fact searching for the moon. The officer, who was on night duty in Worcestershire, called his sergeant to let him know that he could see a 'suspicious bright light' shining over the hills, so he was going over to investigate. According to the Daily Mirror, the officer warned his sergeant he might need back-up. However, 20 minutes later he called again and reassured his colleagues he was fine, he had found the source of the light: the moon.