Saturday, March 8, 2008

Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson reunited again?


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Kate Hudson and Owen Wilson may have split last summer, but the pair reunited – and appeared very cozy – at the Oscars over the weekend.
As PEOPLE reports in its new issue (on newsstands Friday), the pair flirted at Madonna’s exclusive post-Oscar party Sunday night. Spotted by an onlooker near the souvenir booth, “There was lots of arm touching, giggling,” says the eyewitness. “They were having lots of fun.”
Adds another observer: “They were all over each other.”
The day before the Oscars, Wilson, 39, and Hudson, 28, met up twice – spending time at each other’s homes.
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Reese Witherspoon's UN Campaign against women violence


Actress Reese Witherspoon has launched a global United Nations campaign to end violence against women. This has been taken from RumorOfficial.Com
The ‘Walk The Line’ star, who is cosmetics giant Avon’s Global Ambassador to promote women’s empowerment, kicked off the beauty company’s new partnership with the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) on Tuesday.
Avon is selling Women’s Empowerment Bracelets online for $3 (€1.95) each to benefit UNIFEM.
Witherspoon said: “Every purchase of the bracelet will help empower women - 100% of the profits will go directly to the Avon Empowerment Fund to support UNIFEM in their work to end violence against women.
“I hope to see this bracelet on the wrists of women all around the world as a sign of solidarity and hope that one day every woman will be empowered and live a life free from violence.”