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Friday, 10 May 2013

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A photo of Brooklyn's Salvatore Goombalini Hospital. (Photo courtesy of Rico Chorizo).

BROOKLYN - One-half of the happiest celebrity couple in all of LaLaLand Ian Somerhalder was in Brooklyn visiting an old friend.

Somerhalder who stars as Damon Salvatore on the hit cable show The Vampire Diaries along with Nina Dobrev and Paul Wesley had come to Brooklyn's Salvatore Goombalini Hospital to visit a former high school girlfriend Alexa Beebopowitz, who was having surgery to correct an outie belly button.

While at the hospital he was asked about the rumor that had appeared in the tabloid Say What? which implied that his lovely girlfriend Nina had recently had a boob job.

The story said that the hooter enhancement had been performed at Our Lady of The Silver Screen Hospital in Los Angeles by noted plastic surgeon Dr. Guggenheim F. Figfaust.

Somerhalder laughed and said that Say What? was incorrect on three counts. First, Nina has never had any work done on her boobs.

Two, she has never been to Our Lady of The Silver Screen Hospital.

And three, her favorite number is 17 and not 89 as the supermarket tabloid had erroneously mentioned in the story.

In Other News. Miley Cyrus was supposed to have appeared in the finale of Glee but had to cancel due to the fact that her right tonsil was swollen to the size of a ping pong ball.

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