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Celebrity Recap - February 2007

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Paris had a zillion birthday bashes and Britney went postal. Here's all the celebrity news from February 2007!

February 2007 - Celebrity Birthdays

  • February 1st - The Famous Jett Jackson star Lee Thompson Young turned 23 and Oukast's Big Boi turned 32.
  • February 2nd - Colombia's own singing sensation Shakira turned 30.
  • February 7th - Punk'd host and oldie-lover Ashton Kutcher turned 29.
  • February 8th - Buffy's Seth Green turned 33.
  • February 9th - David Gallagher, who played Simon on Seventh Heaven, turned 22 and American Pie's Mena Suvari turned 28.
  • February 11th - Former Destiny's Child singer Kelly Rowland turned 26, in-trouble-with-the-law Brandy turned 28, Jennifer Aniston turned 38 and Sheryl Crow turned 44.
  • February 12th - Christina Ricci turned the big 2-7.
  • February 13th - Singer Robbie Williams entered rehab the same day he turned 33.
  • February 15th - Simpson's creator Matt Groening turned 53.
  • February 17th - Her Royal Heirness Paris Hilton celebrated turning 26 by partying all over the world.
  • February 18th - Pon de Replay singer Rihanna turned 19 and rap guru Dr. Dre turned 42.
  • February 19th - "The other Duff", Haylie, turned 22.
  • February 21st - Ghost Whisperer Jennifer Love Hewitt turned 28.
  • February 22nd - Charlie's Angel Drew Barrymore turned 32.
  • February 23rd - Charlotte's Web star Dakota Fanning turned 13.
  • February 29th - Even though there was no 29th this year (it only pops up every four years), Ja Rule still turned the big 3-0. No word on what day he picked to celebrate it.
  • February 2007 - Celebrity Love Report

  • Newly single Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel were rumored to be dating after being spotted snowboarding together in Utah.
  • Ex-flames Natalie Portman and Gael Garcia Bernal were spotted leaving a nightclub together, fueling rumors that the two have got back together.
  • Nicole Richie and new boyfriend Joel Madden have been spotted house-hunting together. Could these two be shacking up soon?
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