Jacko Involved In Hit-&-Run; Hackers Get Into Salma Hayek's Email

  • While picking up Michael Jackson from the hospital, his driver sideswiped an ambulance. Police say the suspect was driving "a dark colored SUV" that was "being followed by a group of paparazzi." Sounds like MJ!
  • The mirror of the ambulance broke off, but no one was injured. [TMZ]
  • Hackers broke into Salma Hayek's email and posted screen shots of her emails, including iPhone applications she bought, an invitation to America Ferrerra's birthday party, and the weekly scans she receives of tabloid stories about her. [Defamer]
  • "Aladdin82" made a video to explain why he made the fake Beyonce sound board recording. Apparently he just wanted to bring humor into our lives in these dark economic times. [Perez Hilton]
  • In response to Lindsay Lohan saying, "I don't believe in cheating on someone... I watched my father do that to my mother my entire life, so I really don't," on Ellen, Michael Lohan says, "It disturbs me that she still continues to take the focus off of herself and accuse me of cheating on her mother when I only did so when Dina and I were separated." [Extra]
  • Lindsay Lohan told Ellen DeGeneres that she didn't know the split with Samantha Ronson was coming, saying, "When you don't know you're breaking up ... really weird." She continued, "I had no idea what was going on. I just hadn't seen her in, like, a week. She, like, disappeared." [People]
  • Michael Phelps is denying rumors that he's dating Miss California, Carrie Prejean, or anyone else. As for her anti-gay marraige remarks, he says, "That's the cool thing about America - everybody has their opinion. I'm not saying I support her. I'm not saying I don't support her." [Us]
  • Donald Trump says of Carrie Prejean, "Miss California has done a wonderful job, that was her belief ... It wasn't a bad answer, that was simply her belief." He added that the question was "a bit unlucky," because no matter how she answered, "she was going to get killed." [Fox News]
  • Ugh. The Alabama House has approved a resolution that praises Carrie Prejean for speaking out against gay marriage. [Waay TV]
  • Equality California has invited Carrie Prejean to meet with GLBTers from her home state, "to start a dialogue about who LGBT people are and the harm that is caused by denying LGBT community members equality." [SF Bay Times]
  • Phil Spector's adopted son, Louis, is shopping a memoir in which he reveals: "When I was 13, Dad was seeing someone, a woman the kids all liked . . . and hoped for the chance of one day calling her 'Mom.' That all changed, however, one evening . . . [It] involved a bottle of wine, a Playboy magazine and 'the lady.' That night I lost my innocence, and my brother, Donte, at the age of 10, lost his virginity — to that lady. That was the last time I ever saw the 'lady.' " [NY Post]
  • We thought Justin Timberlake kissed Jessica Biel at a Lakers game because a) she's his girlfriend or b) they want to shoot down those rumors that they split up. Justin set us straight on Jimmy Kimmel, explaining that on the Kiss Me Cam, "They cut to Dustin Hoffman and his wife and he planted an open-mouthed kiss on her, that was award-winning in its own way, and they cut to us and I was not to be outdone! So I mouthed in (kissed) my girlfriend in front of 18,000 people." He added, "It actually looks like she's struggling for breath!" [The Daily Express]
  • Leighton Meester has signed a record deal. She says, "I'm thrilled to be welcomed into the Universal Republic fold. Their reputation for nurturing artists combined with a willingness to break new ground makes it the ultimate environment for me to enjoy making music and explore my own creative boundaries. I look forward to a great working relationship." [Perez Hilton]
  • On Monday, April 27, Mia Farrow plans to stop eating for as long as she can to show support for the people of Darfur. She says she gained nine pounds in preparation and isn't sure what he last meal will be, but "Probably a fist full of aging, chocolate Easter eggs." [People]
  • Madonna and Jesus Luz: still back on. [The Daily Mail]
  • Lily Allen marked the end of her North American tour by having an ice cream fight with her crew. A source says: "She had ordered several tubs of ice cream on her rider, and she just began flinging it at her pals. Before long, everyone was chucking it about and it was all over the dressing room." The venue owners weren't so amused, and charged her $2,000 for cleanup. [The Daily Mail]
  • Heidi Klum, who is pregnant with baby number four, says she'd be happy with either sex, "But it would be a lie if I said we all weren't hoping for a little girl — especially Leni, because she would love to have a little sister. She'll say, 'I hope it's a girl so she can be in my room, and I'm going to help you and I'm going to change the diapers and I'm going to be a really good sister!" [Us]
  • Hayden Panettiere has been meeting with TV executives to pitch her own show. She may leave Heroes if one gets picked up, and her goal is to be goal is to achieve Heidi Klum-like status with a fashion related show like Project Runway. [Hollywood Dame]
  • Susan Boyle was mentioned briefly on South Park last night. Ike runs away to be a pirate in Somalia and leaves a note explaining, "Everyone at school is a fucking idiot and if one more person talks to me about that Susan Boyle performance of Les Miserables I was going to puke my balls out through my mouth." [The Sun]
  • Have you already figured out all the mysteries on Lost? Then you'll probably be happy to hear that ABC will be running mysterious commercials for a new show, Flash during the breaks. [Yahoo]
  • Red Hot Chili Peppers singer Anthony Kiedis says of his 18-month-old son Everly Bear, "He's the little love of my life, that boy, and I feel very lucky to be his dad," adding, "You can't really care about yourself as much as you used to. It kind of takes the focus off yourself, which for me is a good thing," he says. "It also gives me a cool guy to hang out with." [People]
  • Roger Ebert and his wife Chaz have donated $1 million to his alma mater, the University of Illinois to create the Roger Ebert Program for Film Studies. [Editor And Publisher]
  • Michael J. Fox says he's excited about his role on Rescue Me as a bitter, drug-addicted character. He says, "People don't often think of me as a bitter misanthrope, so to get to play one, it's too fun to pass up." [The Daily Express]
  • If we understand correctly, Lady Gaga is referring to her teacup when she says, "She hasn't got a name but she's quite famous now, so I made her stay in today. I take her everywhere because she makes me feel at home. I used to have tea at home with my mother every day, you see." [The Sun]
  • Lady Gaga says: "I don't like blogging. It ruins the mystery of the artists." [The Sun]
  • Kelly Clarkson says of being single: "I'm not that girl who's really concerned with it. I've dated a bit and it's just draining to me. If it's not going to happen natural, obviously it's going to be someone in the industry because that's the only time people ever really see me. I don't ever worry about it. I really love being single. I like having that freedom. I'm only 26 years old so I'm not in any kind of rush. I'm not really that girl that's looking for it, but I'm also not not looking for it." [Rolling Stone]
  • Coco Arquette has designed a dress for dad David Arquette's clothing line, Propr. "She actually did paint a little red dress," said Arquette. "She said, ‘Here, Daddy. I painted this for Propr.' She designed her own beautiful red dress. And it has a little heart shaped top. It was very elegant, something you could wear tonight. We'll probably put that in [the line] for next Spring." [People]
  • Nancy Wilson of Heart said it's hard to juggle being a mom and a rock star: "It's my job. I'm a working mother. Like everybody that keeps a job and also has children, there's a lot to balance out. The traveling part during the summer, my kids can come out and be with me. The family can travel together. But during the school time it's really tough, because we have to schedule everything around being able to be together. It's more important than anything there is, is trying to be a good parent. They're more important than you are, because they're the next generation. You can't just be self-absorbed in your career thing too much because they deserve everything of you." [Reuters]
  • We don't really want to know why the person interviewing Jennifer Garner and Matthew McConaughey in the video is shirtless. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • A fan wants to know why Matthew McConaughey is so "relaxed and calm" all the time. He says: I think I'm pretty good at localizing and I also enjoy people and conversations and I like to share opinions. I'm not as chill if I don't get my sleep, I'll tell you that. So getting a good night sleep and I don't really leave crumbs in my life, if you know what I mean. When you leave crumbs in your life, you have a reason to look over your shoulder. A lot people tend to be anxious because they're looking over their shoulder a little bit." [People]