By Lauren Joskowitz

“Gossip Girl” Serena van der Woodsen is Upper East Side’s infamous heartbreaker and party planner. Between changing boyfriends and changing career goals, the glamorous queen bee is constantly in the middle of revenge plots and love triangles (as of now she is at war with bff, Blair Waldorf and ex-love Nate Archibald!). Every Monday night we watch Blake Lively do an impressive job of filling the rich girl’s shoes, but Blake is almost the complete opposite of her onscreen alter ego. Despite their shared love for designer clothes (Blake owns half of Serena’s wardrobe ...must be nice!), the actress told Nylon that unlike her character, she is an empathetic friend and prankster.

Far from her selfish-but-acts-like-she-cares character, Blake sounds like one good friend (or at least we know she is to costar and boyfriend Penn Badgley )! Apparently when her friends feels pain, she does, too. "I feel a lot. I get really bad stomachaches all the time. So I went to a doctor, and he said, 'You’re a feeler,” Blake told Nylon, “I take on people’s pain a little too much."

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This time last year, heartthrob Robert Pattinson could be seen sharing a super sexy photo spread with his "Twilight" costars in Vanity Fair. This year, perhaps signifying his meteoric rise to fame and adoration, the Brit has the pages all to himself. In addition to posing for a portfolio of swoonworthy pics (see part one of FOUR here), the actor sat down for an interview with the magazine (his issue hits stands in NYC and L.A. on November 4 and nationally on November 10), talking about his "cartoon character" looks, his fear that his "ass crack is showing" while being followed by the paps and most importantly, his relationship status (or lack thereof) with Kristen Stewart.

If the tabloids are to be believed, RPattz and KStew have moved in together, become engaged, been with child and broken up all within the last year. But Rob says it's all rubbish. “It doesn’t make any difference what you say [to the tabloids]. I’ve literally been across the country [from Kristen], and it’s like ‘Oh, they were on secret dates!’ It’s like ‘Where? I can’t get out of my hotel room!’?” he said.

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Lindsay Lohan is a mess. This is something anyone who has some contact with entertainment media has known for years. In light of her most recent fiasco at Paris Fashion Week, UK newspaper The Sunday Times' Style magazine decided to write what seems to be an expose on just exactly how screwed up the life of Lindsay is.

"The first thing you notice is how tiny she is, then what a large bosom she has," The Times notes. "Her pale skin has been sprayed the colour of a ginger-snap biscuit and the lines etched into her freckled forehead make her look at least 10 years older than she is. She orders an iced water in a voice honed by too many cigarettes and a lifetime of late nights."

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With less than a month until the release of "New Moon," we're starting to see more interviews with Robert Pattinson pop up around the media realm. USA Weekend magazine ran a brief interview with the Brit as part of their breakdown for the uninitiated (are there any left?!) of the new face of popular vampire culture. Most of the information they got out of Rob was stuff we already knew — he channeled James Dean for "Twilight," he's terrified of his fans — but it was fun hearing him say it again.

"Right at the beginning, everyone just called me Edward," he told USA. "I don't really mind either way. There's something about that character that, for some reason, has sparked an interest in massive degrees in so many different people.

"If you want to compete with your own character, you have to really fight. I don't know if I could be bothered to fight," he said with a laugh. "I just let it go by."

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The love for “Glee” (don't miss our recap of last night's episode) just keeps pouring in! First, the MLB invite the cast to sing at the World Series, now the mega-talented glee clubbers (and teachers) of the hit Fox show grace the cover of Entertainment Weekly! While Matthew Morrison (Will Schuester), Lea Michele (Rachel), and Cory Monteith (Finn) get the most love (check out more of their sweet pictures from the photo shoot).

So what will you get from the issue (due on stands tomorrow)? Well, an exclusive look into what we can expect for the rest of the season, which is awfully tempting to find out considering we have so many unanswered questions (oh, those scandalous love triangles!) There’s also some great quotes from the cast, who are dealing with their newfound (and growing by the day) fame. The EW story reports, “I was at Disneyland yesterday – big mistake,” says Chris Colfer, who plays gay fashionista Kurt. “I might as well have walked around with a target on my shirt, because those are our fans. I stopped and took pictures probably 40 times in between rides. This one lady got a picture of me on the Tower of Terror and had me sign it.”

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During his recent cover story on Nylon Guys, Zac Efron talked about his upcoming films, “The Death and Life of Charlie St. Cloud” and “Me and Orson Welles,” as well as dealing with “High School Musical” fame. In the video footage of the shoot, Zac talked less about his work and more about who he is as a person.

“Cassandra, from ‘Wayne’s World.’ Tia Carrere. That was my celebrity crush growing up,” Zac admitted, after sharing how star struck he was over meeting Jim Carrey for the first time.

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In their own words, this was not a tough assignment. Self magazine got "New Moon" stars Kellan Lutz, Ashley Greene and Rachelle Lefevre together in Malibu for a magazine shoot of popular fall trends.

Your first response might be: we want Kristen, Rob and Taylor! Well you're in luck, because they are in about just about every other magazine right now (we're not kidding!). We like the refreshing look at our other "New Moon" faves. Your second response: Fall trends modeled in Malibu? Yeah, we haven't figured that out either.

According to the mag, the inclusion of Kellan in the photo shoot marks the first male within the pages of Self in a very long time. We guess he wouldn't be the expert of sharing female fashion tips like Rachelle and Ashley do in this behind-the-scenes video, but he's so gosh-darn nice to look at we just don't care.

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Changes are afoot in Forks, Washington and come November 20, we'll all have front row seats to the drama—and I'm not just talking about vanishing vampire boyfriends and shapeshifting best friends. According to "New Moon" star Kristen Stewart, alter ego Bella Swan may be the one growing the most.

"The movie takes a downturn," Kristen told Allure in a behind-the-scenes interview for her November cover story. "In the first one, it was all about discovery and in this one, Bella matures quite a bit."

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Kristen Stewart may be the one whose face is covering all the magazines, but GQ remembered to give some love to her ab-riddled hunky “New Moon” costar, Taylor Lautner. Not only that, but they use him to model off the proper way to wear a dress shirt. Their slide show consists of 10 gorgeous, sexy pictures long, replete with requisite ab and bum shots. How we love the ab and bum shots!

Taylor and director Chris Weitz talked with GQ briefly about Taylor’s transformation both physically and mentally from “Twilight” to "New Moon." When discussing packing on 30 pounds of muscle to look the part of Jacob, Taylor said, "I tried to stay focused on the things I could control." The life-long athlete has much better control of getting his body in shape than this Crusher, but I guess with a job in a multimillion dollar franchise on the line, it adds a bit of an incentive. "They needed to understand he had that aggression," Chris Weitz told the mag.

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Another day, another Kristen Stewart magazine cover. Joining this month's Allure and last month's Interview is the issue of Seventeen out on stands Oct. 20, where the 19-year-old talks about what drew her to Bella, her low expectations for "Twilight" and who shouldn't watch "Eclipse."

Millions of readers have fallen in love with Stephenie Meyer's clumsy, introverted heroine Bella Swan (not to mention her brooding vampire boyfriend, Edward), but it was Bella's strength that lured Kristen to the role. "I think it was the fact that she could hold her own against Edward, because it's a strange dynamic that they have," Kristen told Seventeen. "I think people relate to her just because she's got conviction."

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