— Don't expect Taylor Swift to be poppin' bottles when she turns 21 on Dec. 13. "I don't think I was born to be in the club," the singer — whose third album, Speak Now, debuted at the top of the charts this week — tells Rolling Stone. "Just [wanted] to throw that out there!" [Perez Hilton]
— Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher were on hand to launch the new UN Trust Fund for Victims of Human Trafficking in NYC Thursday. "The truth is slavery globally is a dirty little secret," Kutcher, 32, said. "There are more slaves in the world today than ever before in world history. It's happening behind the closed doors of the Internet. But behind those closed doors you can make a purchase on the Internet and feel completely anonymous." [Just Jared]
— Even celebrity parents know how to embarrass their kids — just ask Peter Facinelli and Jennie Garth! Ever since the actor, 36, landed the role of Carlisle Cullen in the Twilight series, Garth, 38, says her husband "gets attacked by all the little kids. They want his autograph, and [our daughters] find that really embarrassing," she laughs. "They get annoyed by it. They're like, 'Leave us alone!'" [OMG!]
— Rihanna is scheduled to open the American Music Awards on Nov. 21. The 22-year-old singer will join performers including Diddy, Justin Bieber, Katy Perry, KE$HA, Usher, Ne-Yo and Bon Jovi. [Rolling Stone]
— Meryl Streep is seeing a therapist — onscreen, at least. The 61-year-old actress will guest star in a three-episode arc for Lisa Kudrow's online comedy series, Web Therapy, beginning Nov. 8. On the show, the Friends alum, 47, plays Fiona Wallace, a psychiatrist who treats patients via web cam. [CNN]
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