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Saturday, 8 October 2011

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Jada Pinkett-Smith and Marc Anthony parked at Yosemite National Park and having a nice long talk. (Photo by Rico Chorizo).

BEVERLY HILLS - If there is one thing that Beverly Hills has it's jewelry stores and Jada Pinkett-Smith and Marc Anthony were recently spotted looking at rings at the exquisite Queen's Choice Jewelry Store on Rodeo Drive.

The jewelry store is noted for being the store that provided Elisabeth Taylor with seven of her eight wedding rings and for also having been the store where just last Thursday, Lindsay Lohan was caught ogling a diamond ankle bracelet with a price tag of $37,991.

When the sales clerk asked Lohan if she was interested in buying it, Lohan jokingly replied, "Hey, I'm Lindsay Lohan, and I don't buy jewelry, I steal it, don't you know that?"

Security was called and Lilo was escorted out of the store and told not to come back unless she had at least $100,000 cash in her purse.

The Queen's Choice Jewelry Store is so luxurious that it does not have customers, it instead has clients and one of these clients is noted hair stylist to the stars FuFi Fondue.

Fondue recently spoke with Zydeco Dupree, a stand up comedian who is also an iRumors contributing writer.

The noted Tinsel Town hair stylist revealed to Dupree that he had recently overheard one of his clients talking to Jada Pinkett-Smith on the cell phone and her and Marc Anthony had in fact been at the Queen's Choice and that they were looking at wedding rings.

Zydeco Dupree contacted Pinkett-Smith and asked her if she was planning on divorcing her husband Will Smith and marrying Marc Anthony.

Jada exploded and began hollering and using words that Dupree said sounded like they could either be Swahili or Kamgogandan.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Jada Pinkett-Smith and Marc Anthony need to stop playing their little diva-divo games and start telling the truth so that supermarket tabloids like Say What? and Just Saying do not have a field day.]

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