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A Drop Dead Gorgeous Gossip Trio

Even though Hollyscoop.com is not quite in the same page-view league as TMZ, Radar Online and Perez dispenser, the online gossip site holds a measure of distinction in the crowded field. Its three founders –Ani EsmailianDiana Madison and Nora Gasparian (pictured, l to r) – are all good-looking enough to work both sides of the red carpet.

Comically, the parent company of Hollyscoop is DNA Group Inc., a moniker that mirrors the sparkling, dirty blonde DNA of this ink group. Last spring, the scoopettes spun off a sideline e-commerce website, ModaMob.com, which marries bargain-basement fashion items and accessories to the look of a recognizable celebrity.

For example, the Fergie page at the moment has a glam scarf, multi-strand bracelet, cocktail ring and retro sunglasses, available collectively for the pea-sized price of $32.00.

Yesterday, Hollyscoop.com got the first comments from Girls Gone Wild impresario Joe Francis about his supposed split with CBS 2 reporter Christina McLarty. Today, they share some celeb New Year’s Eve plans. You go, girls!

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