Tina Fey Vs. Internet Trolls: It's Heating Up

  • So, you know how Tina Fey called out commenters from the messageboards in her Golden Globes acceptance speech? She's started a flamewar!

Tina says: "DianeFan thinks I have a smug smile. I don't know her. I don't what I did to her. Sometimes (I take it personally), but not too much. I don't read it too much." Now, DianeFan has posted: "I'm famous. She mentioned BabsonLacrosse too. Sorry Tina Fey but I still don’t think you deserved to win." Sigh. Giving the interwebs a bad name. [Perez]

  • Heath Ledger's Golden Globe will eventually go to 3-year-old Matilda. [News.com.au]
  • Did Mickey Rourke use steroids when he was training for The Wrestler? He told Men's Journal that he trained twice a day with an Israeli cage fighter and ate 7 meals to bulk up. And yeah, maybe got some other help: "When I'm a wrestler, I behave like a wrestler." [Perez]
  • At a Golden Globes after-party, some drunk lady told Brad Pitt he looks "as ugly as a dog" in The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button. She also said: "You should definitely shave that goatee because it looks just horrible." In other news, Drew Barrymore was heard saying: "My biological clock is ticking so loud it sounds like a drum. I want kids so bad, but with no husband prospects around, I am thinking of adopting." Then Angelina gave Drew her number. And! Jonathan Rhys Meyers got wasted, as we saw. Yes, he did go to rehab five years ago. [This Is London]
  • OMG: Mariska Hargitay has suffered a partially collapsed lung. [Reuters]
  • And: Howie Mandel has been hospitalized with an irregular heartbeat. [Yahoo News via AP]
  • Fox's Roger Friedman says Jennifer Aniston is doing just fine and is "warm and funny, a nice person to talk to on a Friday night." Eyeroll. [Fox 411]
  • Oh, dear: Prince William and Prince Harry "affectionately" refer to an Indian family friend as "Sooty." Someone needs to get these Royals some sensitivity training, STAT. [Daily Mail]
  • Never-single Kate Hudson is currently frolicking on the beach in Hawaii with Australian PGA star Adam Scott. They look like they're having fun. [Daily Mail]
  • Tom Wilkinson was asked if he had any stories of hanging out with Tom Cruise off the set of Valkyrie and answered: "No, Tom isn't the kind of guy who hangs out." [E!]
  • The latest on Amy Winehouse in St. Lucia is that she broke a bed and a lamp in her room during a weekend pillow fight that got out of hand, and by the time security arrived, she was naked and giving a lap dance. She was last seen trying out the resort's trapeze and telling guests: "Josh has gone home. He was lovely. But it was a holiday thing. I still love my Blake. While he’s locked away, I’m still gonna have a good time. He can’t do anything about it." [The Sun]
  • Amy's "friend" Josh Bowman has flown home, and Blake Fielder-Civil has reportedly filed for divorce. [Daily Express]
  • Britney's camp is looking for a Media Manager to update her Facebook, MySpace, Twitter, etc. And they're looking on a Harvard job board. You've gotta be smart to speak for Brit Brit! [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Good news and bad news: Bruce Willis and Cybill Shepherd could reunite for a Moonlighting TV movie! David Addison lovers celebrate! Oh. And. Anne Hathaway could star in a remake of Breakfast At Tiffany's. Arg. [Variety]
  • Emma Thompson is one of the environmentally-minded celebrities who purchased land near Heathrow airport to keep developers from building. [Mirror]
  • Jennifer Love Hewitt just got a restraining order for the 62-year-old man who is stalking her. He's sent dozens of letters describing violent and sexual fantasies involving Hewitt. [AP]
  • Ewan McGregor is going to direct the true story of two Scots who fooled the music industry into believing they were American gangsta rappers. [Daily Express]
  • The peeps at Findmypast.com looked up David Beckham's ancestors and found that his great-great-great-great grandad, John Beckham, born in 1846, was a rag and bone man, which means NOT that he wore $242 skinny jeans but that he went door to door collecting old clothes and stuff for resale. In other news, Amy Winehouse is descended from Russian Jews. [The Sun]
  • Have you seen this clip from Renée Zellweger's new movie, New In Town? It's always a gas when regional accents keep people from understanding each other. Not. [People]
  • Oh no! Two Ugly Betty stars are leaving the show. Ashley Jenson, aka saucy Scot Christina, is one of them. The other character might be new love interest Molly. [E!]
  • Bollywood! This picture of Ione Sky and Ben Lee's Hindu wedding in India looks pretty freakin awesome. [People]
  • Total real life dramz for Gossip Girl's Kelly Rutherford: Divorce action between her and her estranged husband has turned ugly, and she wants to bar him from leaving the country with their 2-year-old son, because she's afraid they will vanish. [People]
  • Amy Poehler is not surprised her new flick, Spring Breakdown, is headed straight to DVD: "Warner Bros. doesn’t want to release it because it’s Oscar season, and I think they’re afraid it may win. It would make them look bad, because they know they were sitting on an Oscar-winning movie." [Gatecrasher]
  • This is the second time we're hearing this: There are some great guys again this season on American Idol. Auditions begin tonight! [USA Today]
  • Music to your ears? Alec Baldwin is the voice of the New York Philharmonic. [Page Six]
  • Kylie Minogue and her Spanish hunk have been strolling the streets of Barcelona. [The Sun]
  • Figure skater Sasha Cohen has become a yoga enthusiast. "I wish I had taken it up much earlier," Sasha says. "It will always be a part of my life now." [USA Today]
  • Four years after Everybody Loves Raymond left the air, Ray Romano is returning to TV, but with a midlife-crisis drama. [Reuters]
  • Tilda Swinton will be on Patrick Wolf's new album? Great news for those of us who loved his "Magic Position", or "The Libertine". [Guardian]
  • Lauryn Hill "wandered in" to an equestrian center in New Jersey and took a riding lesson. Ready or not! [Page Six]
  • Robert Downey Jr.'s dad made a film called Chafed Elbows, in which the main character has an affair with his own mother, gives birth to $1,800 in $10 bills, has a hysterectomy, impersonates a cop, is sold as a piece of living art, goes to heaven and becomes a rock singer. It was made in 1966 but is playing in NYC for two days in February. [Page Six]
  • Blind item! "Which Oscar winner got tired of eating at home — and cheated on his pregnant girlfriend with their local waitress?" [Gatecrasher]
  • Fess up: Which one of you stole Lady Gaga's custom-made Christian Louboutin shoes, causing her to go on Jay Leno's show barefoot? [Gatecrasher]
  • "What people don’t really know is that it’s a real illness and I am not a doctor, so I cannot identify specifically what brought me down. All I know is — the truth is — that I ended up in the hospital for three days." — Jeremy Piven on his mercury poisoning. [Gatecrasher]
  • "I'm 41, and I'll go to the bathroom and glimpse myself in the mirror, and I'm like: What happened?" — Philip Seymour Hoffman to London's Observer. [Page Six]
  • "It was right after I graduated high school, so it was a long time ago. I worked there for three months. I had been working as a dancer and I was on my own, so I thought, 'Tights and a leotard, tights and orange shorts, it's the same thing.' It wasn't the same thing. That was one of my Giselle moments [like the clueless Enchanted character] I was talking about when I realised it was completely different. It was so long ago. It's so not a part of who I am." — Amy Adams, on working at Hooters. [Sydney Morning Herald]
  • "Gravity and wrinkles that come with aging are fine with me, it means nothing compared to the new wisdom inside my head and heart. It's the best time of my life. I don't think I've ever been happier. If my breasts fall down to the floor and everything starts to sag and becomes hideous and gross, I won't worry. I'll just stop appearing in front of the camera." — Drew Barrymore. MSNBC]
  • "I made a decision. I wanna make popular music, but I want less fans. I want the freedom of having less fans. It's like the freedom of having less money. If you have less money, you have less responsibility. It's like Björk. If she wanted to pose naked, you'd be like, 'Oh, that's Björk.' But if I wanted to pose naked, people would draw all type of things into it. I definitely feel like, in the next however many years, if I work out for two months, that I'll pose naked. I break every rule and mentality of hip-hop, of black culture, of American culture." — Your friend Kanye West, in Vibe. [MSNBC]