Body By Gwyneth; Gisele To Be A Blushing Bride

  • Gwyneth Paltrow may be launching a chain of gyms with her trainer, Tracy Anderson. [Digital Spy]
  • Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady: Engaged. Congratulations are in order, unless you're a Giants fan... or Bridget Moynahan. [People]
  • Britney's former manager, Johnny Wright, says that she isn't ready for a comeback. “She’s being pushed back into being a money machine," said Wright. “I want her to be happy in her heart, then go back to the business because she wants to, not because people are convincing her she has to, or that it would be good therapy for her.” [Perez Hilton]
  • Radiohead provided the background music (and an appropriately unsettling tone) for this PSA on homelessness. It's the first time they've let their music be used in an ad. [Ad Week]
  • On Sunday afternoon, Fergie and Josh Duhamel went to LAX to catch a flight to their tropical honeymoon at an undisclosed location. When asked if she would have kids soon, Fergie joked, "I'm pregnant with twins." Ha. [People]
  • Kevin James and his wife named their new baby girl Shea, after the former home field for the NY Mets. [Perez Hilton]
  • Marie Claire nosily inquired as to whether cover girl Renee Zellweger would ever get married again, and she said "never say never." But, rather than sitting home an moping about the prospect of spinsterhood, she's keeping herself busy. Says Zellweger, "I suppose if I sat still long enough to get to know somebody beyond a dinner date, maybe. But I don't feel like my life is empty or that I have to make something happen." [People]
  • Kid Rock says he doesn't understand rehab an insists you can live a normal life while doing drugs. He says: "Some people do a line of cocaine and start selling their TVs and their guitar and everything else. Other people do it, have a fun night and go about their business." Kid Rock adds that he has a different personality when he drinks and probably should be in AA. [Daily Express]
  • Joseph Brooks, 70, who won an Academy Award for writing the song "You Light Up My Life," is a suspect in five sexual assaults. He is accused of luring aspiring models and actresses to his apartment through ads on Craigslist and forcing himself on them. [UPI]
  • The Travolta family has released a letter thanking their adopted home of Ocala, Florida for their support, writing, "Ocala's citizens have made an impossibly painful situation, a little less painful." [People]
  • Patti LuPone stopped singing a few bars into the final number of her show Gypsy because a man was using flash photography. She refused to sing for five minutes until he was ejected from the theater. [NY Magazine]
  • Jeremy Piven says he is embarrassed by some of the public backlash to his claim that he has mercury poisoning ... but nothing is as bad as the mercury poisoning that brought him to his knees. Sniff! [People]
  • Mad Men creator Matt Weiner is not signed on for season three and said at the Golden Globes, "I don't know anything about next season — I don't even know if it's happening." But don't worry, Weiner is still in negotiations to stay on and AMC has announced that the show will go on with or without him. [E!]
  • Hilary Duff will star in a new show called Barely Legal, based on the true story of an 18-year-old who passed the bar exam. It's like Doogie Howser, M.D. with lawyers! [Arts Beat]
  • Ryan Seacrest joked this morning that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie snubbed him at the Golden Globes last night because they don't know who he is. [Perez Hilton]
  • Heath Ledger's dad says of his late son's Golden Globe win for Best Supporting actor, "he would have been running from the media, but he would have been very proud." [News.com.au]
  • Vanessa Hudgens may have been cast as a werewolf in the new Twilight movie. [Perez Hilton]
  • "As an artist, [Yoko] Ono undoubtedly has her moments; but, for the most part, her work is muddled by the kind of whimsical freethinking that is a hangover of the Sixties and Seventies, and which today seems fey, pretentious, out of touch and out of date." - Telegraph critic Alastair Sooke on the new Yoko Ono retrospective Yoko Ono: Between the Sky and My Head. [The Telegraph]