The Week in Kate: Kate Bosworth “happily settled,” Kate Middleton’s wax likenesses unveiled

Kate BosworthLooks likes the Kates, Katys, and Katherines of the world have been mighty busy this week. Here, your weekly roundup of name-specific news.

  • Kate Bosworth did that thing she does best at the premiere of her new movie “Life Happens”—she managed to look totally glamorous while still appearing to have been surfing 20 minutes ago. [PopSugar]
  • While Bosworth plays a single girl in the flick, she says those days are over for her as  she is happy with director Michael Polish. “I had my single moment in my life, but…I’m happily settled now,” she said. “I think that’s what we all search for, that kind of partner in life.” [E! News]
  •  At the same time, she refused to comment on whether they secretly tied the knot. When asked if the band on her left ring finger was “special,” she replied, “They’re all special rings.” [Perez Hilton]
  • Katherine Jenkins stunned once again this week on “Dancing with the Stars,” tearing up as she danced a piece about her father’s lung cancer diagnosis. [MTV]
  • Photographer Catherine Opie’s latest exhibit, “High School Football,” gets reviewed. [NY Times]
  • Kate Winslet‘s nude scene was cut in the Indian version of “Titanic” when it was released in 1997. Now, the scene will show in the country for the first time. [Cinema Blend]
  • Speaking of  Winslet, she calls her “Titanic” American accent, “appalling.” [Ace Showbiz]
  • Catherine Deneuve was honored with the 39th annual Chaplin Award by the Film Society of Lincoln Center. While presenting the award, Susan Sarandon said she would never forget her love scene with the star. [Washington Post]
  • The lovely Kate Walsh will be partnering with the website for a new series called “The Lounge: Boyfriend Talk with Kate Walsh.” [Just Jared]
  • Kate Gosselin‘s former “Dancing with the Stars” partner has slammed her saying, “There was a lot of therapy involved” in getting over their partnership. [E! Online]
  • Catherine Lord of the Center for Autism and the Developing Brain has some thoughts on why the rate of autism diagnoses have increased 45 percent in some areas since 2002. [CNN]
  • Madam Tussauds in London unveiled Kate Middleton and Prince William’s wax figures this week. Each sculpture cost $230,000 to create. [CNN]
  • Apparently, the New York version of Kate and Wills are now on display, too. [Celebrity Gossip]
  • Speaking of Middleton, a source says that she is not pregnant. Thanks for clarifying? Sorry, I am already sick of the asinine “proof” people are using to claim she’s preggers. [Us Weekly]
  • It’s  rare Katie Holmes style misfire—she does colored denim in a flare. Flashback to my red jeans from the Limited Too in 8th grade. [Just Jared]
  • How to celebrate the 4th of July this year? With Katy Perry’s 3D “Part of Me” concert movie. Baby you’re my firework? [LA Times]
  • Speaking of Perry, Russell Brand has given her the $6.5 million mansion they bought together. [Us Weekly]
  • Perry is currently in India, where she performed a concert this week. This is the country where she and Brand got engaged and a year later married. Sigh [Perez Hilton]
  • Perry also appeared in a new Adidas campaign this week, for their ClimaCool sneakers. Because one needs athletic gear to ride a carousel? [Teen Vogue]
  • Fire fighters rushed to Katherine Heigl and Josh Kelley’s home last Sunday, only to find that it had been steam that set off the alarm. [TMZ]

Any Kate-related news I missed? Leave a link in the comments section.

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