Lindsay's Moving Out; Drew And Cameron Are On The Outs

  • What's going on with Cameron Diaz and Drew Barrymore? The former BFFs apparently ignored one another during the Golden Globes parties. Apparently Leonardo DiCaprio is on Team Drew because he made a sharp U-turn when he saw Diaz coming over to chat. [Ok]
  • Jennifer Garner and Ben Affleck have revealed the name of their new baby girl: Seraphina Rose Elizabeth Affleck. Expect to see little Seraphina in the tabloids about 2 years from now, facing off with Harlow and Honor for "most stylish celebrity tot." [People]
  • Are Jamie Lynn Spears and Casey Aldridge making wedding plans? In Touch reports they've got a gown, a cake, and invitations ... but no date. So maybe only In Touch is planning her wedding. [Perez Hilton]
  • Hayden Panettiere got kicked out of a 21+ club because she is 19 and her id was confiscated. She then called the cops to get her id back, and they actually showed up and made the club give her card back. [TMZ]
  • James Franco missed the Golden Globes because he's studying for his MFA at a program in North Carolina. He was going to skip class to attend the awards, but he missed his flight and just went back to the program instead. [NY Magazine]
  • Maya Angelou won't be attending the presidential inauguration, but she will be watching the ceremonies at home. "I shall enjoy those and not miss one flicker of the camera. Not one flick," she said. "I shall be somewhere between crying and praying and being grateful and laughing when I see faces I know." [Yahoo]
  • Update: Patrick Swayze, who is in the hospital for pneumonia, is "doing fine" according to his mom. "He sounds really upbeat and positive," she says. [Us]
  • Rosie O'Donnell explains why she quit blogging and drinking. We cannot relate. [Perez Hilton]
  • Lil' Kim isn't happy with how she's portrayed in the new Biggie biopic Notorious. She says the producers were more interested in portraying her as a character than "a person with talent, self-respect and who was able to achieve her own career success through hard work." [AP]
  • New Kids on the Boat! Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood and Jonathan and Jordan Knight will be reuniting for a concert on a cruise ship this spring. [People]
  • Chris Rock is making a comeback, in literary form. His not-yet-titled book is scheduled to come out next year. It will be full of "comedic observations." Shocking. [AP]
  • In other comedic publishing news, Ashley Dupre, Eliot Spitzer's former call girl, was spotted leaving the offices of Harper Collins, where she is shopping her memoir. [NY Post]
  • David Cook and Kimberly Cladwell are no longer making beautiful music together. The American Idol pair split up before the holidays. [E!]
  • Aw, Katy Perry says she's still hurting because of her breakup with with boyfriend Travis McCoy. "When you breakup with someone you move on," she said. "You don't really want to move on ... but you have to because they don't give you any choice." [People]
  • Geoffrey Rush and Susan Sarandon are heading to Broadway to star in Eugene Ionesco's absurdist comedy Exit the King. [Breitbart]
  • Robert Pattinson got in trouble for cutting his hair, according to his New Moon co-star Alice Cullen. [E!]
  • At the Golden Globes, Amy Poehler announced that her new NBC show starts shooting next month and described it as "like Tina Turner in [1985's Mad Max] Beyond Thunderdome. I am a boss; I have an office. It's a whole different world. It's not a spin-off, it's a whole different place. [The Office's] Rashida Jones plays my friend." She added that her two-month-old son Archie, is "going to think the show is going to be really funny." [People]
  • January Jones says that after she and Jon Hamm both lost at the Golden Globes, they thought it would be a bad night for Best Drama winner Mad Men. "We just thought, let's just have some champagne and prepare ourselves for not winning." Also, on Globes night someone made fun of her name and Mickey Rourke said he was going to hurt them. [People]
  • Josh Holloway a.k.a. Sawyer was the victim of a frightening home invasion in 2005. The incident still gives him nightmares, but he says, "having a gun held to our heads when we're naked in our bedroom at four in the morning is never going to happen to my wife and me again. I took the FBI training course. I have home protection." [People]
  • Sarah Jessica Parker and Matt Dillon were in D.C. yesterday for a one-night-only performance of Betrayed, but they won't be staying for the inauguration. [Politico]
  • Anne Hathaway is still at work on her plan to do something new every day in 2009. So far she's won a Critic's Choice Award and tried scotch, but says "I'm leaving out a few other ones I prefer PEOPLE magazine not know about!" How risqué. [People]
  • Kate Bosworth may have a new beau. She broke up James Rousseau and was spotted holding hands with film financier Ryan Kavanaugh. [Just Jared]
  • Nancy Davis, mother of Brandon Davis, who dubbed Lindsay Lohan "firecrotch," is losing her house. Though supposedly the family has billions, she had to put her Bel Air home up for sale before it hit the auction block. [Perez Hilton]
  • Prison Break is being cancelled, but there will be a few more episodes and possibly a TV movie. [E!]
  • Director John Waters has created a hilarious video message for Obama. He confesses he's confused about why gay marriage is so controversial while Britney can marry some random dude and get it annulled the next day, but promises, "I won't fight for gay marriage if the day you become president you make heterosexual divorce illegal." Waters also suggests we deal with "don't ask, don't tell" by having no straight people in the army and making it an all volunteer army of lesbians. [Perez Hilton]
  • "It was as if some part of me was validated. It was something that I've known for a long time that I couldn't really say: 'You know guys, I really don't think America is a racist nation.' I know that I feel like that sometimes but I just don't believe that. There are racist people who live there but I don't think America as a whole is a racist nation. Before Obama won the presidency I wasn't allowed to say that out loud because people would say: 'Oh yeah, of course for you, Mr Hollywood!' " - Will Smith. [Daily Express]