Lindsey Vonn Jets Off With Tiger Woods, Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood "Hate Each Other": Today's Top Stories

Celebrity News Feb. 8, 2013 AT 8:30PM
Lindsey Vonn, Taylor Swift Lindsey Vonn, Taylor Swift Credit: Allen Berezovsky/Getty Images, Jason Merritt/Getty Images

Lindsey Vonn boards Tiger Woods' private plane after skiing accident, while Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood plan to avoid each other at Sunday's Grammys: See Us Weekly's top stories from Friday, Feb. 8, in the roundup!

1. Lindsey Vonn Boards Tiger Woods' Jet After Skiing Injury

After suffering a nasty fall during the super-G at the Alpine Ski World Championships, Olympic gold medalist Lindsey Vonn sought comfort aboard rumored hookup Tiger Woods' private plane.

2. Exclusive: Taylor Swift and Carrie Underwood "Hate Each Other," Will Avoid Each Other at Grammys

Taylor Swift never, ever wants to hang out with Carrie Underwood. According to insiders, Grammy execs have been ordered to keep the two country stars from "crossing paths" at Sunday's awards show.

3. Gisele Bundchen Debuts Post-Baby Body in Skinny White Jeans Holding Daughter Vivian: Picture

No big shocker here: Two months after the birth of her second child, Gisele Bundchen is back in supermodel shape and flaunting her famous body in Hawaii, where she's vacationing with husband Tom Brady

4. Video: Kim Kardashian Tells Her Family: Kanye West Is More Important to Me Than You

Kim Kardashian's sisters may prefer Kanye West to Kris Humphries, but her relationship with the rapper hasn't always gone over well with her family. In a new clip from Sunday's episode of Kourtney and Kim Take Miami, her loved ones confront her about spending too much time with her new beau.

5. LeAnn Rimes Reveals New Curves at Pre-Grammy Event

LeAnn Rimes is looking happier and healthier than ever. The singer showed off a curvier figure at the Grammy Foundation Music Preservation Project's "Play It Forward: A Celebration of Music's Evolution and Influencers."

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