Britney's Youngest Son Rushed To Hospital
  • Britney's son Jayden reportedly had a seizure yesterday. Brit and the kids were in Kentwood, Louisiana, and the whole family rushed to the hospital in Mississippi. The two-year-old was kept over night for observation. [The Sun]
  • William Balfour's current girlfriend has told police that he was involved in the killings of Jennifer Hudson's family. Will he be charged? [ET]
  • William Balfour is in prison on a parole violation and may be released today. [Chicago Tribune]
  • Lindsay Lohan on her love life in Bazaar: "I think it's pretty obvious who I'm seeing." When asked if she considers herself bisexual, LL said, "Maybe. Yeah." When asked if she's a lesbian, LL said, "No." Satisfied? [Page Six]
  • Jennifer Aniston's rep has denied the rumor (and tabloid cover story) that she is pregnant. One magazine editor says: "She did lunch at the Ivy in a tight shirt? I mean, the Ivy? Usually Jen is above that sort of thing. She obviously knew she'd be photographed there. It makes you wonder if all of this press — hers and Brad's —is starting to get to her." [MSNBC]
  • In this "30 Seconds With Justin Timberlake" interview, JT talks about golf, golf, and hitting golf balls. "Most of the Hollywood types that I know are not very good golfers." [NY Times]
  • Is Peaches Geldof ready to divorce her husband? They've been married for 96 days. [Daily Mail]
  • Peaches has a spokesperson, who says: "They have their ups and downs but at the moment Peaches and Max are still together and they are not getting divorced." [The Sun]
  • Drew Barrymore was at a Vote No on Prop 8 protest, and told marchers, "I will fight with you!" [WOW Report]
  • Beyoncé says: "I want to do a superhero movie and what would be better than Wonder Woman? It would be great. And it would be a very bold choice. A black Wonder Woman would be a powerful thing. It's time for that, right?" But aren't you busy being Sasha Fierce? [LA Times]
  • Angelina Jolie says she'll do a film in February, then take a year-long break to be with her family, "and then one film a year, one film every three years, one film every six years. I’ll just, you know, fade away…" Sure, sure. [Times of London]
  • Angelina on her twins: "They're great. They're still so little, but they do [have their own personalities]. They're starting to get very smiley. They're at that [stage] where their personality really starts to shine." [People]
  • Brad Pitt will be on Oprah this month! Snippets from the interview have been leaked; he apparently confirms that more kids are coming ("Why stop now?") and says Shiloh is in a Peter Pan phase, and will only respond to the names "John" or "Peter." [Perez Hilton]
  • Sienna Miller and Balthazar Getty have broken up, and Sienna is "seriously worried" about her acting career after being dropped from Guy Ritchie's Sherlock Holmes flick. But! She did hang out with Leonardo DiCaprio and Josh Hartnett on Friday night and "swapped numbers" with Josh. [Daily Mail]
  • Guess who's £35,000 richer? Sienna Miller: She reached an out of court settlement for an invasion of privacy action against The Sun and the News of the World for covering her alleged relationship with Balthazar Getty right after her breakup with Rhys Ifans. [Guardian]
  • Guy Ritchie's dad is "pleased" about his son's split with Madonna. Cold! [Daily Express]
  • Will Oprah's show end in 2011? She is working on the Oprah Winfrey Network, and after a while, she may only appear there and not on her syndicated talk show. There's something odd about a network called OWN, it's very possessive, no? [UPI]
  • Kate Winslet, who never wears fur, posed on a silver fox rug for Vanity Fair, believing it was fake. It was real. Vanity Fair has apologized, saying "Although there were both real and fake furs on set, the fur used in the photograph is real. We thought Miss Winslet was aware of this and we're sorry for the miscommunication." Seems like the stylists just said what she wanted to hear. [Telegraph]
  • Nicole Kidman will play the world's first post-operation transsexual in the Hollywood movie The Danish Girl. [UPI]
  • Blake Fielder-Civil's been fitted with a electronic ankle bracelet, as part of the terms of his release from jail. Sorta late on that trend, huh? [The Sun]
  • Hmm, the chick with whom Blake had some sleazy communication with while in jail has changed her Facebook status to say: "Sophie is celebrating the return of her sailor." Which means Blake. [Perez Hilton]
  • Meanwhile, Amy Winehouse has called a lawyer, trying to protect her £10 million fortune from her junkie hubby. [Mirror]
  • Lauren Conrad is moving beyond The Hills and focusing on her dating abuse campaign, m.powerment. [USA Today]
  • Oh, Lauren Conrad pitched a fit after being paged at the airport; she thought people would start talking to her and bothering her. Guess what? No one cared. [Page Six]
  • The first paragraph of this Salma Hayek story is all about her breasts. Then the writer recalls one night before the Oscars when Salma asked her stylist if anybody could see her "bush" through her gown. She's described as the Mexican Catherine Deneuve, as well as "Earth Mother. Movie star. Director. Producer. And now humanitarian" with a "Speedy Gonzales accent." [Times of London]
  • Terri Seymour, Simon Cowell's ex, says their split shouldn't come as a surprise: "We didn't feel like a couple any more." [Mirror]
  • Terri says she's going to miss Simon's mom the most. "I'll really miss Julie. She's a lovely lady and so much fun. When Simon and I split up she said to me 'you'll always be my little girl - I adore you.'" [Mirror]
  • Meanwhile, Simon Cowell is "furious" with Mariah Carey, because she was supposed to appear on his X Factor show but kept contestants waiting for three hours. [Mirror]
  • As for Mariah, she is "happier than she’s ever been" and says: "I feel great, it’s hard work to stay in shape but the results are worth it." She's on a 1,500 calorie-a-day diet and does two hours of cardio and sculpting every day. Fun! [Mirror]
  • The Naked Cowboy has settled his lawsuit against M&Ms. Seems he may have gotten some cash. [UPI]
  • Jewel, the singer who used to live in a van, is selling her $1.7 million Hollywood Hills home. Will she live on her ranch in Texas instead? [TMZ]
  • Evan Rachel Wood says her breakup with Marilyn Manson was not over her brother living in the guest house: "Manson and I both decided to take some time apart so we could concentrate on work. Someone used that opportunity to kick us while we were down and sell a completely false story. Manson owns the house he lives in. My brother has never stayed there and the person that said such horrible things about Manson being 'controlling' and 'emotionally abusive' is certainly no source 'close' to me." [UPI, People]
  • The journalist who caused Pink to storm out of an interview has resigned. Pink, ever subtle, says: "She's fucking insane." [News.com.au]
  • Taylor Swift says there were people watching her shop at Victoria's Secret: "I look up and there are, like, 15 people looking at me, with camera phones out, waiting to take a picture of which kind of underwear I'm going to buy. 'Think she's a small or an extra small?' I wanted to be like, 'Uh, guys? I can hear you!'" [Page Six]
  • Fred Armisen says playing Barack Obama is an intricate game: ''To me, it's like trying to figure out a Rubik's Cube or a puzzle. There are so many pieces to put together." [UPI]
  • Residents of a Manhattan walk-up are begging their landlord to remove Ralph Turturro, brother of John, from the building. The cops have been called more than five times since he moved in in August; Ralph screams at all hours of the night and is "explosive." One neighbor says "It's sad, because he's a sick man." [NY Post]
  • Paul McCartney would like to sing for Michelle Obama. He'd like to do hit song "Michelle," of course. [People]
  • Pete Townshend is an Obama fan as well. [Reuters, Reuters]
  • Speaking of Pete Townshend, the Who played a show in L.A. on Saturday. Roger Daltrey's voice was not exactly in shape, and he told the crowd: "My vocal chords kinda go to sleep after two days off." [Reuters]
  • Russell Brand says the infamous radio broadcast that got him fired was actually the "toned down" version. Yikes! [BBC News]
  • In a new book, Ted Turner says he and Jane Fonda did not break up because of her religion. Is that what you've heard? [Yahoo News]
  • Sylvester Stallone is writing the script for a film called The Expendables, in which he'll star with Jason Statham and Jet Li. And maybe Forest Whitaker. Sly says: "Whereas the Oceans 11 films were an ensemble for good looking guys, this is an ensemble for ugly tough guys." Don't you be talking about The Statham! [UPI]
  • Famed paparazzo Ron Galella has a new book coming out and says: "When I started it was one to one. Me and Jackie [O]. Me and Liz Taylor. I like glamour. I'm a romantic person. The photographers today… they go for bad pictures, cellulite. I think it's a negative thing." [Reuters]
  • The hottest after-hours bash in Hollywood happens at Eddie Murphy's house. Party all the time, party all the tiiiime… [Page Six]
  • More news about Robin Williams dating Aly Hilfiger's friend. [Daily Express]
  • If you like Guitar Hero, Rock Band and KISS, you'll want the Gene Simmons Axe Guitar, which works with Playstation games. [Reuters]
  • Haha, this story about Zac Efron contains the following line: "Zac was different from other kids… He liked musicals, not girls." Just what are you implying? [Mirror]
  • Former teen heartthrob David Cassidy has advice for Zac Efron: "All I can say to Zac is that as long as he does good work, doesn't lose his mind and stays grounded as a human being, he'll be fine." [People]
  • "Cloning - we got generations of that shit. The pyramids? They was for cloning. That's why embalming lasts so long. Get the DNA and pull 'em back. So somebody been cloned already, but not me. Not yet." — George Clinton. [Page Six]