Blind Item: What Happened At Kate Moss's Birthday Party?!

  • Something happened at Kate Moss's 35th birthday party that involved a man being strapped to a stretcher and taken away and two skeletons having sex on the floor. Good luck figuring that out. [TMZ]
  • There may be another Paris Hilton sex tape, and in this one she is supposedly “seen in a state of arousal in a New York taxi.” [The Sun]
  • For once, the paparazzi have done a good deed. Jennifer Aniston's corgi-terrier got loose this weekend and almost got hit by a car. There is video of the paparazzi leading the dog back to her house. [TMZ]
  • But the paparazzi were up to their usual shenanigans when the followed Julia Roberts all over town while she was out with her kids. In this video, Julia Roberts gets out of her car and screams at the guy photographing her to "get the f*** away" from her, but he doesn't stop filming. [Perez Hilton]
  • Was will.i.am silenced by the CIA?! While performing at the "We Are One" concert yesterday, he ad libbed a bit of the Black Eyed Peas song "Where Is The Love." But instead of singing the lyric, "Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism. But we still got terrorists here livin' In the USA, the big CIA The Bloods and The Crips and the KKK," he sang, "Overseas, yeah, we try to stop terrorism But we still got terrorists here livin'. In the USA, ... no education and we got that racial hate." It's a conspiracy! [Politico]
  • Barack had a "top secret" dinner with Oprah at Blair House on Sunday night ... and about 100 other guests. [Entertainment Tonight]
  • U2's first new single in five years, "Get Your Boots On" is being broadcast on Irish radio and the band's website starting today. [TMZ]
  • In real life, Robin Williams wouldn't be any good at mentoring Matt Damon. "I'm not wise at all in real life," said Williams, "I'm desperately naive most of the time." [The Mirror]
  • Snoop Dogg is banned from the UK and he says he's trying to get David Beckham, Paul McCartney, Madonna and John Lennon to help him get back in. [TMZ]
  • A reporter tried to ask Jessica Alba about Obama in the lobby of her hotel. She whipped out a camera and started interviewing the reporter herself. When he wouldn't say what he though Obama's best characteristic is, she urged him, "Be neutral! Be Sweden about it." [Politico]
  • Kelly Osbourne was arrested because she slapped gossip columnist Zoe Griffin in a London nightclub last summer after Griffin wrote a column calling her fiance stupid. She is out on bail. [The Daily Mail]
  • In this interview, Christopher Walken interviews Mickey Rourke, and the weird part is that Rourke wasn't wearing pants. [ONTD]
  • In new promotional images for Hard Candy Madonna is pictured with her breast bound, wearing thigh-high bondage boots, white fishnets, and a g-string, but it still seems like standard Madonna garb. Is it possible for her to do anything shocking anymore? [Daily Express]
  • Producers of The Beast say they are hoping Patrick Swayze will be healthy enough to come back for a second season. [UPI]
  • In this video, Akon falls on stage during a performance, which may be funny, depending on your feelings on Akon. [Perez Hilton]
  • Is MTV not paying Lo Bosworth? She now has real job writing about L.A. hotspots for the website Pocket Change. [E!]
  • Lifetime is picking up the show Drop Dead Diva about a shallow model-in-training who dies in an accident only to find her soul resurfacing in the body of a brilliant, thoughtful and plus-size attorney, played by newcomer Brooke Elliott. Margaret Cho plays her assistant. We can't tell if the new Lifetime is going to be awesome or mildly frightening. [UPI]
  • Everyone wanted tickets to today's Oprah show, and 2,000 tickets were issued, half for VIPs, and half through a lottery. BUT, the Kennedy Center didn't hold as many people as they though and some non-VIP ticket holders had to go on standby. [MSNBC]
  • After singing at the Super Bowl, Jennifer Hudson's next performance will be at the Grammys. She's been nominated four times. [Perez Hilton]
  • Steven Speilberg asked Liam Neeson to star in a film about Abraham Lincoln years ago, and Neeson said yes. Neeson says it's still in development, and he's been reading about the president to prepare. Has Obamania given way to Lincoln-mania?[UPI]
  • Liam Neeson has come out in support of the horse drawn carriage industry in New York's Central Park. Animal rights activists want to ban the carriages, but Neeson wrote a letter to City Council saying, "The horse-drawn carriage business is an iconic part of this city, employing hundreds of dedicated, hard-working men and women, caring for well-bred, well-trained horses and attracting tourists to New York City for over 100 years." Alec Baldwin wants the carriages banned. Could we see a Neeson-Baldwin showdown? [Gothamist]
  • Lily Allen has take a mature step in her feud with Katy Perry (who called her fat), and rather than fighting with her via Facebook, she's now given this TV interview in which she impersonates Perry with an American accent. [Perez Hilton]
  • It was one of those days that you experience and you say, "Wow." This is an experience you will never forget. It's almost like when you walk for the first time, you go to school for the first time, or you read a book for the first time. You experience working for something that becomes a reality as a King holiday." - Stevie Wonder, on performing for Barack Obama at the pre-inauguration concert. [CNN]
  • "He's just one of those guys, you know, like Will Smith. There's no Will Smith jokes. There's no Brad Pitt jokes. You know, what are you going to say? "Ooh, you used to have sex with Jennifer Anniston. Now you have sex with Angelina Jolie. You're such a loser." What do you say? "Ooh, your movies are big. You make $20 million." There's nothing to say about Brad Pitt ... It's like "Ooh, you're young and virile and you've got a beautiful wife and kids. You're the first African-American president." You know, what do you say? - Chris Rock on why he can't make fun of Barack Obama. [CNN]