Lindsay Lohan & Sam Ronson: "It's A Trust Thing"

  • Cory Kennedy speaks! About Lindsay Lohan and friendgirl Samantha Ronson! "Lindsay just feels safe with her," Cory says. "I just feel like they have a very loyal and trustworthy relationship, which is really hard to come across in the world that Lindsay's in. It's a trust thing." [People]
  • Lindsay is looking to settle a lawsuit brought against her by David Kim, who claims LL owes him $55,000 from when he was in her security detail. LL says she doesn't know him and never employed him. Maybe she was drunk and high at the time? [E!]
  • Christina Aguilera is unapologetic about her partying: "I spend all day with my son," she says. "Once in a while, if I want to go out and have a mommy-daddy night with my husband, I am more than allowed to do that." You tell 'em, girl. [People]
  • Oh! And Xtina wants you to vote in November. That is why she and her son Max are in a new commercial; Max is swaddled in an American flag. Is that kosher? [The Sun]
  • A photographer accused of stalking Britney's pregnant little sister, Jamie Lynn, was arrested in Mississippi on Tuesday after the Spears family filed a complaint, claiming he wouldn't leave them alone. The pap says he was 200 feet away and not bothering JLS. [E!]
  • The "first sighting of Halle Berry's baby" is a grainy video from an alley where Halle was leaving a photo shoot. All you see is a covered carrier. [E! via Hollywood.tv]
  • In the R. Kelly trial, seven family members of the alleged victim have testified. Four witnesses say that they recognize the woman in the video; three say they do not. One relative says "It definitely wasn't her." [USA Today]
  • So you know how Entertainment Tonight aired a story about Angelina Jolie giving birth? Apparently they were repeatedly told that the information was from someone impersonating Angie's assistant. And they reported it anyway. The show has not mentioned the babies on air since the initial report, and the story has been deleted from its web site. [Yahoo News]
  • JK Rowling is suing the publisher of the London Star Map, since it shows her residence and instructions on how to get there. Rowling considers this a "a gross invasion of privacy." [Perez Hilton]
  • "I'm euphoric, I've been doing the happy dance all day. I'm so proud of Barack and Michelle Obama and what this means for all of us…the new possibilities for our country. And if he wants me to, I'm ready to go door to door." — Oprah. [ET]
  • As seen in this photo, Jay-Z is also pretty freakin' psyched about Obama's nominaton. [Concrete Loop]
  • Bridget Moynahan recalls being heartbroken and knocked up: "When you're suddenly pregnant and no one is standing by your side, even if you're in your 30s, it's a hard conversation. I'm a traditional girl, and I believe in marriage, and I just always thought that's the way I'd be doing this," she says. She also says Will Smith helped her. Yeah. Will Smith. [People]
  • After suffering a heart attack on Saturday, Kelsey Grammer has been released from the hospital. Take care of that ticker! [People]
  • Prospective jurors in New York got a speech from a clerk about movie stars, mayors and judges who've done their civic duty. The clerk mentioned how he gave the same talk to the jury pool for the Uma Thurman stalker trial. In the front row during this diatribe? Ethan Hawke. [Page Six]
  • Sharon Stone: Banned from the Shanghai International Film Festival. [Page Six]
  • She has apologized again for her remarks about karma, earthquakes and China, poor thing. [People]
  • Brad Pitt dropped a ton of cash on furniture at the Design Miami Basel fair in Switzerland: a hollow white marble rococo-style table set him back $293,000. [Page Six]
  • Um, on the of the lamps Brad bought looks like a dude holding hands with two kids, and is sorta creepy. [E!]
  • Brad's spent $50,000 on art alone. [Us]
  • Michelle Trachtenberg beat Snoop Dogg in a celebrity drag race. Snoop says: "If there was police on my ass, I would have beat you all!" [Rush & Molloy]
  • There was a party being thrown last night in the building where Heath Ledger died: It was moved to another location, but Eva Mendes didn't get the memo. [TMZ]
  • When Mark Ronson was a kid, he fell out of his bunkbed at camp. [Page Six]
  • Johnny Rotten allegedly punched his assistant in the face. So punk rock. [TMZ]
  • As mentioned in Midweek Madness, the cover of Star magazine uses a month-old picture to illustrate Angelina's "collapse." [TMZ]
  • Kate Beckinsale says it's okay if her nine-year-old daughter Lily dates Brooklyn Beckham. When she's older. [Mirror]
  • Beyoncé's little sister, Solange Knowles, broke her foot due to an onstage mechanical mishap during a concert. A large piece of metal fell on her foot. Solange kept singing (in extreme pain) and went to the hospital when she was done. The show must go on! [E!]
  • Kenny Chesney is not engaged. Or planning on getting married. Star magazine reported he was maybe gonna tie the knot with his old girlfriend Allison Stewart. He tells People: "I enjoy being a bachelor. I enjoy everything that comes along with it." Yeah, yeah, who cares, right? [People]
  • No! Rock band Yes has canceled its upcoming 40th anniversary tour. [Reuters]
  • "It all happened suddenly. I wasn't expecting someone so funny, so full of life… I was seduced by his physique and his intelligence. He has five or six brains which are remarkably irrigated." —Carla Bruni on French prez Nicolas Sarkozy in her new book, Carla and Nicolas, The True Story. [Page Six]