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Apr. 8 2008, Published 2:12 p.m. ET

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Paris Hilton knows that for the right price you can buy pretty much anything. Even a cheetah. On her recent foray to South Africa with boyfriend/attention-getting accessory Benji Madden, Paris attempted to purchase a cheetah. Yes, that’s right, a cheetah. Reports Gatecrasher, “Every time Paris saw something she liked, like a woman's dress, she would ask how much it was. That included a cheetah she saw at an animal park. She asked how much it was and said, 'If I bought a cheetah, would it run away from me or could I keep it?'"

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Recently rehabbed party girl Kirsten Dunst was spotted in New York over the weekend canoodling with her All Good Things co-star Ryan Gosling. She and Gosling were seen at Lower East Side eatery Freeman’s on Saturday afternoon and, reports a source to Page Six, “They were definitely acting like they were on a date. They lingered there for hours and were both dressed kind of shabby.” Kiki checked herself into Lindsay Lohan’s fave rehab spot, Cirque Lodge, back in February.

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And speaking of canoodling, Page Six is also reporting that Carrie Underwood’s text message ex Chace Crawford drowned his sorrows over their breakup in the arms of new Gossip Girl co-star Michelle Trachtenberg. The pair were spotted “flirting heavily” at a SoHo eatery on Saturday, and said one spy, “They were all over each other. She was drinking beer and snuggling up to him.”

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