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Model/heiress Lydia Hearst and on-and-off boyfriend Cisco Adler have gone and got matching tattoos! How does this guy land chicks like this??? This is the same guy who’s hooked up with Mischa Barton and Paris Hilton, among others.
They each got a skeleton key design engraved on them early last week, before showing up in costume (she as Wonder Woman, he in drag) to a tequila-soaked pre-Halloween bash at Los Angeles nightclub Hyde.
“Lydia cryptically said that they are a symbol of a new way of life,” a friend explained.
Money can buy all the skeleton key tattoos in the world, but I guess it still can’t buy class.
We already told you that Britney and Tony Romo were partying together on Friday night, and now Ryan Seacrest spoke on his radio show this morning about seeing the two of them at Les Deux on Friday night.
“I spoke to her for a minute. She seemed to be in a very, very good mood,â€ he said. â€œShe had her sunglasses on. I said, Busy day, huh? She kind of smiled and laughed and said, ‘Yeah.’ And then I believe I saw her and Tony Romo frolicking.”
“Lap dancing?” a co-host asked.
“I mean some would say,” Seacrest said.
“She on his lap,” the co-host continued.
“Yeah,” Seacrest replied.
This girl has gone crazy. The world is watching, Britney. If you want your kids back, stop doing crap like this!
Unbreakable is not scheduled to be released until Tuesday, but you can check it out today, for free, on Much Music’s First Spin.
What’s the verdict?