Just because a California court has declared that Renée Zellweger and Kenny Chesney's four-month marriage never legally existed is apparently no reason for them to stop hanging out together. The weedy Oscar winner and the perpetually cowboy-hatted crooner, who last month were granted an annulment on the grounds of fraud, were recently spied chowing down at a Nashville-area sub shop, according to the AP. This is just the latest sighting of the former flames, who just weeks ago were twice seen dining in Connecticut, where Zellweger has a home. But their repeated bread-breaking doesn't mean they plan to give their blink-and-you'll-miss-it union another shot, says Chesney's rep, who explains, "They're friends. The media made so much more out of everything that the public has no clarity about any of it. And that's the tragedy. They're two nice people who don't choose to live in public." For those curious about the calorie-counting Oscar winner's sub order, she reportedly got a Philadelphia cheesesteak, but told 'em to hold the cheese.
Now that's she's exhausted every avenue of self-promotion in the U.S., Paris Hilton may be looking to branch out. The London Sun says the vacuous Greek billion-heir collector is "secretly" in talks to be a presenter at the Brit Awards, the U.K. equivalent of the Grammys. "She has exactly the right credentials to get herself into trouble ...," an awards show source tells the tab. "Paris is desperate to make a success of her pop career and the Brits is the perfect place for her to begin her UK campaign." Paris' long-in-the-works debut album, which she has scarily described as "princess hip-hop," is due out sometime this year.