Will The Vogue Documentary Make Sienna Miller Cry?

  • In the documentary The September Issue, Anna Wintour and company make numerous bitchy comments about cover girl Sienna Miller's appearance, saying she's "toothy" and needs a haircut. This movie sounds more fascinating every day. [ONTD]
  • Good news for Kelly Rutherford (and Gossip Girl fans). A judge has ruled that she will be allowed to take her son Hermes with her when she goes back to New York to film the show. Hermes will be bouncing between Rutherford and her soon-to-be ex-husband in New York and L.A. until they can reach a permanent custody agreement. [TMZ]
  • An artist formerly signed to Sean "Diddy" Combs' Bad Boy Records is writing a tell all book to be released in February. He claims that Diddy would insert himself into his artists songs and videos and then charge them for the privilege of appearing with him. [The Daily Express]
  • Amy Poehler just can't stop being delightful. On Monday's Ellen she presents the host with 250 feet of bubble wrap as a 51st birthday gift because she says that's her favorite part of a present. She also jokes while standing next to the giant roll, "My baby's in there ... I just wanted to keep him safe." [People]
  • Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are joining J.Lo and Marc Anthony on the "our marriage is fine" tour. Parker and Broderick went to a Broadway show for a date night and held hands the whole time. When asked about rumors they they're breaking up, SJP said, "We don't even bother to address them." People]
  • Madonna and Guy Ritchie's divorce settlement said that Lourdes would stay in the U.S. with her mom and the boys would divide their time between the U.S. and the U.K. But now Madonna and guy are fighting over which country the boys will attend school in. [The Daily Mail]
  • According to Page Six Magazine, Jeremy Piven acted like a jerk at a recent photo shoot. When asked to do a head shot he said, "You want mediocre? I can give you mediocre." Then later he popped his collar, and "letting out a guttural moan," ripped the sleeves off a $350 Giorgio Armani shirt. Mercury poisoning sure makes a man do funny things. [People]
  • A week ago Pam Anderson wrote to the Municipal Commissioner in Bombaby, Jairaj Phatak, urging him not to follow a court order to kill stray dogs. Now he has written a letter back, saying he has to kill the dogs because, “We are duty-bound to implement the law as interpreted by the courts in India.” [Hindustan Times]
  • A radio station interviewed Brad Pitt's brother Doug Pitt about his brother's second Oscar nomination. “Let’s just say we were hopeful. But again, it’s a nice pat on the back," said Doug. "The movie stands on its own. But, what a great honor, for he, and Angie both." [KSMU]
  • James Taylor says he's going to buy a fan a new iPod with his songs on it to replace an iPod she says police made her give a taxi driver in payment for a $49 ride to the airport from Manhattan after her credit card was declined. [International Herald Tribune]
  • Wikipedia had to lock down Janis Jopin's page after last night's episode of 30 Rock because fans were changing her page like Frank did to trick Jenna, but you can still see a screen shot of the funny changes people made. [ONTD]
  • Deep thoughts from Tom Cruise: He says of wearing a Nazi uniform for Valkyrie, "It was creepy, the first time I put it on, it was very peculiar.” [The Sun]
  • In this video from Big Brother UK, Verne Troyer puts the moves on a baby doll and makes out with it. Why, Verne? Why? [Video Gum]
  • Ugh, more disturbing news. Howard Stern learned more about Sanjaya's sexuality than humans want to know. Apparently he's willing to pose nude, but only in a "classy way" and he has measured a certain appendage. [DListed]
  • Anne Hathaway says that sometimes society pushes an unrealistic body image on young girls, "But I'm a normal shape and Scarlett Johansson is not a skinny, skinny girl. Beyonce Knowles looks after herself and has a beautiful body. Reese Witherspoon looks great." Beyonce, Scarlett, and Reese probably think she's calling them fat. [The Daily Express]
  • Agnetha Faltskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad, the two female members of ABBA, say that despite rumors, they are not enemies. "A lot has been written about how Agnetha and I fought and quarreled with each other. There is absolutely no truth in that," said Lyngstad. "Of course we competed, but to good effect." [AP]
  • Why did Demi Moore have to take one of her daughters to the Santa Monica Juvenile Traffic Court? Reports say they were shown a 30-minute video on reckless driving, but they left before it ended. [TMZ]
  • It's clear what Rihanna sees in Chris Brown. In this adorable video from Sesame Street he sings and dances with Elmo. [Perez Hilton]
  • Morrissey has some nutty comments about other celebs. He says chef Jamie Oliver is the man he's most like to "kick in the eye" because as a passionate vegetarian, "meat-fed horror Jaime 'Orrible'" is his natural enemy. He adds, "It will be worth being dead just to get away from Victoria Beckham." [The Daily Express]
  • Mary-Kate Olsen will be on the cover of the March issue of Interview but there is still no word on who will be her interviewer. [Fashionista]
  • The new Wii game "Ready 2 Rumble Revolution" will let players have celebs like Justin Timberlake, Brad Pitt, and Simon Cowell box each other. Sounds an awful lot like Celebrity Death Match, not that we're complaining. [AP]
  • Aretha Franklin would make a great house guest, depending on how you feel about religious paraphernalia. She came to the inauguration bearing gifts for the entire Obama family, but those gifts included a Bible and a collection of her father's sermons for Barack and a Christian hip-hop CDs for Sasha and Malia. [USA Today]
  • 50 Cent has been dissing Kanye West, but rather than re-igniting their feud, Kanye turned the other cheek and complimented 50, saying “So, for me as a fan of [50 Cent] I felt like if he said something negative and tried to make it like I’m negative,” said Kanye. “It’s almost like if a little kid walks up to you at the airport and is like, ‘Man, I love you so much,’ and then you spit on him.” Watch out 50! It sounds like a trap. [Rolling Stone]