Another Day, Another Drama For Samantha And Lindsay

  • Samantha Ronson is worried about text messages that her girlfriend, Lindsay Lohan, has been receiving from two male DJs she met a few weeks ago: "The texts can be quite flirtatious," says a source. [ShowbizSpy]
  • "Lindsay swears they're innocent," a source says about the texts, "but Sam worries she wants to start dating guys again. Sam is also anxious over the actress's commitment to her. This makes Lindsay angry - she feels she's a loyal girlfriend." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Tina Fey has some solid advice for Amy Poehler for her upcoming tv show: "Trust no one. Yell at everyone. Insist on being driven to work in a party trolley."[NYTimes]
  • Sparkly Vampire Robert Pattinson is shooting down rumors that he's been stinking up the set of New Moon: "I haven't even been on the set yet. I also do shower," Pattinson says, "I just want to know whoever's saying negative stuff, and I just want to remember their names. I write it all down in my black book."[ShowbizSpy]
  • Samantha Ronson is worried that Lindsay Lohan might leave her for a man, as Lindsay has been receiving text messages from two male DJs she met a few weeks ago: "The texts can be quite flirtatious. Lindsay swears they're innocent but Sam worries she wants to start dating guys again," says a source, "Sam is also anxious over the actress's commitment to her. This makes Lindsay angry - she feels she's a loyal girlfriend." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Fergie is loving married life: "Now that the wedding is over, we are so chill and comfortable together – the feeling I have about Josh is like coming home," she says, "There is that small and intimate feeling I have all of the time that tells me things are so right! It was wonderful to share our special day with families and friends. But now we can be casual and happy and move ahead." [People]
  • Leonardo DiCaprio was awarded the first Nickelodeon Big Green Help award for his contributions to environmental awareness. "We need all of you, the next generation, to take action," DiCaprio told the crowd, "In fact, I bet someone watching this very show tonight will be a part of the solution to global warming." [USWeekly]
  • Rihanna reportedly wants to accept Oprah's offer to appear on her show and discuss her relationship with Chris Brown—but only if Brown comes as well. "Rihanna was resistant, so Oprah suggested Rihanna tell Chris that despite their recent commitment ceremony, she's been having second thoughts about them being back together. And agreeing to go on Oprah's show and tell the world how sorry he is will help make up her mind," says a source, "Chris said no at first, but bought himself some time by saying he needed to think about it with his mother Joyce. But he's desperate to win over the American public and he's realized this could be the perfect way." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Richard Simmons spotted a group of "larger women" whispering about him at the Miami International Airport, and, in true Simmons fashion, "broke into song and dance, singing Beyoncé's song 'Single Ladies.'" The women began "jumping excitedly and cheering him on." [PageSix]
  • Lipstick Jungle: dunzo. [EW]
  • Madonna's ex-nanny, Angela Jacobsen, vented her frustrations about working for the Material Girl on her Facebook page: "‘Not putting up [with] this s*** any more. Never have, never will. Standing up for my rights regardless of consequence. Sick of always being the one who compromises." [DailyMail]
  • Meanwhile, Save the Children is urging Madonna NOT to adopt Mercy James, an orphan from Malawi. "The best place for a child is in his or her family in their home community," says spokesman Dominic Nutt, "Most children in orphanages have one parent still living, or have an extended family that can care for them in the absence of their parents." [Popdirt]
  • Blind Item:" A couple of years ago, she was one of the most popular acts in the business. So this singer expected that her career would be soaring higher than ever this year. Turns out to be exactly the opposite. She is completely stressed, she is spending more than she is making, her weight is all over the place, her career is not being managed well, and she is now practically giving away tickets to her performances. Enough people have told her to boot her current management that she is actually starting to listen. However, she is terrified of the implications it may have on her family life. If she does find the strength, she could be a star again. If she doesn't, expect the downslide to continue." [BlindGossip]
  • "When Simon made his best man speech at my wedding, he said I was like no one he'd ever met before, and I don't think I'd ever met anyone like him. I had a certain streetness to me and he was a Bristol whoopsie! But he made that noise out of Star Wars - the little robot that Chewy scares off, that makes the be-bipdibip noise. And I thought, 'I know what that noise is!' And since I'd watched Star Wars no one had ever made that noise to me. I'd been an only child in a cupboard making it to myself. We just connected."-Nick Frost on Simon Pegg [Guardian]