Lily Allen Gets Inked With Lindsay Lohan; Isla Uses The "F WordS

  • Lily Allen reportedly went out partying with Lindsay Lohan and the evening ended with Lily getting "shhh..." tattooed on her index finger. Does she know that Rihanna has the same tattoo? [Daily Mail]
  • When Lindsay Lohan heard about a mattress giveaway at a store she was allegedly overheard saying, "Oh, Sam needs a new bed." So clearly, their reported relationship problems are a thing of the past! [E!]
  • TMZ has the birth certificates of the octuplets and Nadya Suleman's previous six children, and of course, the documents only raise more questions. All 14 kids have the last name of David Solomon, who Nadya says was the sperm donor. But no father is listed on the octuplets' birth certificates. On the four birth certificates Solomon did sign, his birthday is different on each one. [TMZ]
  • TMZ would also like to report that Suleman is reportedly looking at a home listed for $1.2 million that has 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a pool with no safety gates. [TMZ]
  • Rihanna's family members say they were shocked to find out Chris Brown was abusive. An unidentified relative says Chris "flew so far under everyone's radar that we just didn't think he was that [abusive] type." "He was always looking after her needs," says the relative, "making sure she was happy." [People]
  • Chris Brown's situation may get even worse. The D.A. is investigating Brown on a variety of felonies including domestic violence, assault resulting in great bodily injury and attempted murder. But it could be hard to make the charges stick if the only witnesses are Chris and Rihanna. [E!]
  • David Arquette had some kind of surgery to the head that left him with a black eye, but what exactly he got done is a mystery. David says: "I had a little surgery. I had something they had to remove. I should have gotten a nose job! I did find out that I have a deviated septum, so I guess if I did get a nosejob, I'd have an excuse." [The Daily Express]
  • Harrison Ford and Calista Flockhart may get married soon. There are rumors in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, where they own a ranch, that the pair had blood tests and got a marriage license. [The Daily Mail]
  • Brad Pitt, Maddox, and Pax had a boys night in Las Vegas. They went to see Cirque de Soleil and Brad left the show with a sleeping Pax in his arms. [Perez HIlton]
  • The boys were only in town for one night, but they made the most of it. They had three Nintendo Wiis delivered to their deluxe suite at the Hard Rock Hotel, and ordered room service. [E!]
  • Kate Walsh says she might return to Grey's Anatomy. But what would become of her spinoff, Private Practice?[Us]
  • Jennifer Garner surprised Ben Affleck by showing up to the Children Mending Hearts Gala last night to hear him give a speech on the conflict in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. [People]
  • Season 6 of Project Runway will tape its Season 6 finale at Fashion Week tomorrow, but who knows when we'll see it. Even Tim Gunn doesn't know when the legal battle will be over. "I hate to disappoint you, but I haven't a clue," says Tim. [The Washington Post]
  • This parody of the trailer for The Wrestler features Uncle Sam and Alyssa Milano in The Uncler, in which America gets a second chance at glory with the stimulus package. [Jossip]
  • In this video, Mickey Rourke describes his final moments with is beloved chihuahua, saying, "she fell asleep in my lap." [TMZ]
  • Actors' Equity will hold a hearing on the Speed the Plow producers' grievances against Jeremy Piven for claiming he had to leave the show due to mercury poisoning. [NY Times]
  • Clay Aiken is probably being dumped by his label. RCA has removed his press materials and message board from their website, just like they did before they dropped other American Idol singers Blake Lewis and Katharine McPhee. [ONTD]
  • If Mickey Rourke wins an Oscar on Sunday, in addition to his dogs, you'll probably hear him mention his agent, David Unger, who helped him make his comeback. "For me he was James Dean or Marlon Brando," says Unger. "I was a fan. I grew up on films like Rumble Fish and Body Heat and Diner and 9½ Weeks. I knew if I appealed to filmmakers who were a part of my generation, they would feel the same way." [USA Today]
  • Hip hop band The Roots have revealed why they agreed to be the house band on Jimmy Fallon's new late night show. Questlove says the job "has enabled us to survive." He says: "This would basically match or surpass what we would make touring 200-plus days out of the year. And, two, this allows us to be home." [Breitbart]
  • Lisa Rinna says that, for her May shoot in Playboy. she was told by photographer Deborah Anderson to skip the gym. "She said, 'I do not want you long and sinewy and angular and muscular. I want you soft,' " says Rinna. [People]
  • When Jimmy Fallon starts as Conan O'Brien's replacement on March 2 his first guests will be Van Morrison and Robert De Niro. Later that week he will have on Tina Fey, Jon Bon Jovi, Cameron Diaz, Donald Trump, Serena Williams, and Drew Barrymore. [AP]
  • The Edge tried to convince Bono not to meet with George W. Bush but now he says he was wrong. The Edge says: "Hanging out with George W. Bush - which [Bono] knew was uncool, deeply unpopular in certain quarters - he knew for his own reasons that it would get results. And he was right. The amount of extra American investment in African development that occurred during that administration, compared to even the Clinton administration, was huge. [Daily Express]
  • Kathleen Turner will be performing in the play The Third Story wearing a cast and walking cane this weekend. Turner has rheumatoid arthritis and injured her knee at Tuesday night's performance. [NY Times]
  • People are shocked that Keshia Knight Pullman, a.k.a. Rudy from The Cosby Show is playing a hooker in Tyler Perry's Madea Goes To Jail. She says: "What people forget is that I'm an actress. That's the wonderful thing about what I do. I get to play different roles. And Rudy was a really, really long time ago. I will be 30 on April 9." [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Tyler Perry wrote a role specifically for Jennifer Hudson, but her rep says she can't accept because she'll be on tour during the filming. [People]
  • Russell Crowe has offered to pay for a new community center in Marysville, a town destroyed by the Australian bush fires. [News.com.au]
  • Sam Moore, surviving half of the 60's R&B and soul duo Sam & Dave, is suing the producers of the 2008 movie "Soul Men," because he says it misappropriates his trademarks and unfairly capitalizes on his fame. [PR Newswire]
  • In his first interview since his trial, Lillo Brancato, who wound up in Riker's Island jail after starring in A Bronx Tale in 1993 says he squandered his success. "The drugs always win," he said. [ABC News]
  • "I do consider myself to be a feminist, even though for some reason it's considered to be a dirty word. And I do believe that Rebecca Bloomwood is a full, complete woman. She doesn't spend the entire movie dreaming about getting a guy." - Isla Fisher on her character in Confessions of a Shopaholic [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Jennifer Lopez has some Oscar fashion predictions: "I think the mood right now is a little more effortless. I think people just don't want to look like they're trying too hard," says Lopez. She adds that many stars can't decide what to wear: "I think you can get criticized if you're wearing borrowed dresses now because it's borrowed, and I think you can get criticized for if it's not because you bought it during the current economy." [People]
  • "You know, I think I am kind of useless, in fact, at awards season and I have discovered one thing about myself that I didn't know before, which is that I am too emotional to lose and clearly I am too emotional to win as well, which is a big new discovery." - Kate Winslet. [Reuters]