Chloe Green continues to console herself!

She partied with Chris Brown a week ago as he celebrated his 24th birthday.   And it seems Chloe Green is intent on making Chris her new party pal as she was spotted heading to the same club as him once again on Sunday evening in Hollywood.   The newly single stars, who both have a penchant for partying, danced the heartbreak away at Greystone Manor but Chloe wasn’t the only British star tearing up the dance floor as randomly Aston Merrygold from JLS was also there.

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Making sure she stood out from the crowd the Topshop heiress, 22,  slipped into a black tunic style dress with floral detail.   Her slim pins were on show and looked even more bronzed than usual as she made her way into the club.

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She elongated them even further with a pair of caged platform black shoes, while she carried a Chanel handbag.   Her long honey coloured locks were styled into loose curls falling down her shoulders.   Chris meanwhile arrived in a red sport cars wearing a pair of large framed black sunglasses, and a white jumper.

Aston, who was not joined by any of his JLS bandmates, also dressed casually in jeans and T-shirt with a fedora style hat.   It is unclear why Aston is in the States, however on Sunday evening he tweeted: ‘Exciting times ahead. Night’ suggesting he has something up his sleeve for across the pond following the split of his band.   Shoe designer Chloe, who has been busying promoting her shoe range in America split from her lover Marc Anthony, 44, on April 28th.

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She was first linked to Marc Anthony – the former husband of Jennifer Lopez and father of twins Emme Maribel Muñiz and Maximillian David Muñiz – back in February.   After a few weeks together, Green made the decision to move to the States to a shared home with Marc in Miami.   But their love affair was short lived and the designer moved out at the end of April after allegedly being dumped by the singer.

Myleene Klass at war with ex husband!

Myleene Klass is embroiled in a bitter legal battle with her estranged husband as they hammer out the final details of their divorce.   It is understood that businessman Graham Quinn, who provides security for pop stars including JLS and Bruce Springsteen, is demanding the entire proceeds from the sale of their five-bedroom detached property as part of the settlement.   Classically trained musician and TV presenter Miss Klass, 35, is believed to have bought the house in Cuffley, Hertfordshire, in her own name for £1.2 million in December 2009.

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Neighbours in the area include England and Tottenham Hotspur striker Jermain Defoe and Sir Terry Leahy, the former chief executive of Tesco.   The house was put on the market with an asking price of £2.5 million just weeks after the couple split in April last year. It was sold in January for £1.8 million.

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Since then Miss Klass and her daughters – five-year-old Ava Bailey and two-year-old Hero Harper – have been renting an £8,000-a-month house in Highgate, North London.   Miss Klass, who shot to fame as part of the pop group Hear’Say, is said to have offered Irish-born Mr Quinn, 39, half the proceeds from the sale of the house as a goodwill gesture, but he is demanding the entire sum.

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She has built up an estimated personal fortune of £11 million from her television appearances and promotional deals.    A source said last night: ‘Graham is going after her money.   ‘He is not going to accept that they both walk away with what they walked into the marriage, and that’s that. It’s a lot of money.’   Miss Klass and Mr Quinn were together for 11 years, but were married for only six months before he walked out.   His lawyer said: ‘My client has no comment to make about matters relating to his private life.’   And a spokesman for Miss Klass declined to comment.   In an interview with The Mail on  Sunday last October, the singer said  that going through the marriage breakdown was as painful as being shot through the heart.   ‘When it first happened and I was in the middle of the storm I was just so very, very hurt,’ she said.   ‘I felt that I would sooner have taken a bullet. Actually, at the beginning, every morning when I woke up,  I thought that I had taken a bullet to my heart.’

JLS shocked fans!

British boy band JLS have announced they are splitting after five years together.   The four-piece, who found fame on The X Factor, will part ways later this year following a farewell tour and greatest hits album, both entitled Goodbye.   In a statement, the band said: ‘It has been the most incredible journey over the last 6 years and we have achieved more things than we could have ever dreamed possible.

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‘Thanks to all of you guys, your support, your dedication and your love, you have changed our lives forever and we wouldn’t be where we are today without you.’

Referring to their plans for bowing out, the statement continued: ‘We are currently in the studio working on what will be our last album  Goodbye The Greatest Hits

We will be bringing you a new single later in the year to coincide with the album and the tour. Goodbye. The Greatest Hits Tour will be the last time that we will perform together as a 4 and we want to make sure that this tour is the best ever and that we end on a high!

Aston Merrygold, 25, told the paper: ‘It’s just that time. We are still best of friends and always will be – but this is the end.’   Marvin Humes, 28, added: ‘We wanted to finish on a high. We’re finishing with an arena tour our third arena tour – and that is a massive achievement.

‘The last five or so years have been nothing short of incredible. It has been an incredible journey.’

The group certainly had the last laugh after coming second to Alexandra Burke on The X Factor in 2009.

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Simon Cowell turned down the chance to sign them, so they went on to sell over 10 million records following their deal with Epic Records.