Hilary Duff's fiance grinds his teeth so badly the couple have to sleep in separate rooms.
The actress-and-singer - who got engaged to hockey player Mike Comrie when they were on holiday in February - is reportedly so frustrated with the noises which come from his side of the bed she's forced him to get medical help.
And the 22-year-old star is said to be losing so much sleep because of Mike's troublesome teeth she's had to move onto the sofa to get her rest. A source told National Enquirer magazine: "It makes the most awful, nails-on-chalkboard noise. Mike has agreed to see his doctor about getting a mouth guard so Hilary can rest easy."
From no less an authority than the National Enquirer!
We couldn't find any previous reference to Comrie's piercing dental clatter from teammates on the road during his time with six different teams. Perhaps it's something recent and psychosomatic. In any case, here's hoping it's correctable. Couples shouldn't start sleeping in separate beds until after marriage.
It's been a while since we were able to share Duffrie news that was publishable on a PG-13 Web site (search "duff comrie balcony," and don't say we didn't warn you). As for Fisherwood news, Carrie calls him "Cowboy" and Mike calls her "Princess." Hope the Ottawa Senators locker room takes note of that.