Have Lindsay And Sam Reunited?; Only Oprah Is Allowed To Have "Aha Moments"S

  • Lindsay Lohan went to Samantha Ronson's house yesterday afternoon and left later in the evening. [Perez Hilton]
  • As for Samantha Ronson, she was seen leaving Lindsay's house at 6 am this morning. There's more ...
  • Here's some telling Facebook evidence. Last week Sam deleted her "In a relationship" status, but now her profile says, "It's complicated." Indeed. [E!]
  • Oprah Winfrey is threatening to sue Mutual of Omaha because the company was about to roll out an advertising campaign with the slogan, "Official sponsor of the aha moment." Oprah says she owns the rights to the "aha moment." [TMZ]
  • Friends say Kevin Federline has put on more than 40 pounds since last year and now NutriSystem has offered him an opportunity to be a spokesman for their diet program. [Perez Hilton]
  • Everyone knows Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt hate publicity. That's why they sent out a flyer to residents of the Pasadena neighborhood surrounding the church where they are getting married this weekend, asking them to sign a pettion allowing them to shut down streets for "an untitled reality TV project" (a.k.a. wedding) to keep the paprazzi at bay. [TMZ]
  • TMZ has a copy of a tax lien against Snoop Dogg that shows he owes the state of California $284,053.59. [TMZ]
  • Michael Jackson's driver turned himself in yesterday, saying that he had no idea he had broken the mirror off an ambulance outside Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. No charges have been filed. [Radar]
  • Debbie Nelson, Eminim's mom, says her dying wish is to reconcile with Em and his daughter Hayley. According to Eminem's grandmother, Debbie, "needs heart bypass surgery and she should weigh about 120 pounds, but she's some 50 pounds below that." Also, "she has no will to live." [Perez Hilton]
  • Miley Cyrus says she has a crush on George Clooney, but Justin Gaston and Nick Jonas don't need to worry. "I refuse to date actors as a rule," she said. "They're too good at lying – it's their job." [The Telegraph]
  • Guests at Salma Hayek's wedding rehearsal dinner on Friday night included Charlize Theron, Stuart Townsend, and former French president Jaques Chirac. Guests expected at the wedding are Edward Norton, Woody Harrelson, Penelope Cruz, Ashley Judd, and Lucy Liu. [People]
  • Rihanna is back in the studio, and according to a producer she's writing about "different situations in her life, just things that inspire her." Producer Brian Kennedy Seals says, "She's ready, ready to make hits." [People]
  • Eric Bana plays the bad guy Nero in the new Star Trek movie. He says of the hours he spent in the makeup chair to look like a Romulan, "It was so much fun. There you are in the make-up chair, freaking out. By the end of the first week it's very normal, and when the other Romulans took their make-up off, I didn't know how to take them." [Telegraph]
  • Idris Elba, who plays Beyonce's husband in Obsessed says, "I'm watching Beyonce and Ali [Larter] go at it, being catty to each other, (and then someone would say) 'Idris, it's your line.' 'Oh, my God, yeah, sorry. Now where am I?'" [The Daily Express]
  • Beyonce says she's lost weight recently because she's preparing for her tour. "I lost a lot of weight naturally, just from 12-hour rehearsals," she said. "That's a lot of dancing. I would never work out for 12 hours, but I'm able to move around and not think about it. It's part of my job." [People]
  • Bruce Springsteen's wife, Patti Scialfa will miss several upcoming concerts because she's recovering from falling off a horse on Wednesday night. She is bruised and in pain, but has no broken bones. [People]
  • Claire Danes bridesmaid in her marriage to Hugh Dancy says she's not a bridezilla. "She's so calm and excited about it," says Mamie Gummer. "She is going to be the most beautiful bride." She says she watched Danes and Dancy fall in love over games of Boggle and Scrabble. [People]
  • A judge has allowed a civil case filed against Sharon Stone and two film companies in November to be made public after media outlets questioned why it was closed in the first place. The case was eventually settled. [AP]
  • You can check out Prince's new cover of "Crimson and Clover" here: [NY Magazine]
  • Fleetwood Mac has cancelled a concert in North Carolina this weekend due to scheduling conflicts. [The Daily Express]
  • John Malkovich has turned down an offer to star in a Broadway production of The Good Canary because he wants to spend more time with his family. Malkovich, who lives in Massachusetts, says: "I have kids at home who don't want to leave their friends and move, except they will when I'm in Vienna this summer doing The Infernal Comedy. They'll come because they love the sausage. I live a quiet life in a very relaxed place. We don't go out much. One son's in Cambridge, my 16-year-old's a junior in high school. I'm involved with their schooling. This is probably my son's last year at home." [The Daily Express]
  • In this video blog Annie Lennox sings and wears Mickey Mouse ears to promote a charity concert in Hong Kong. [Video Gum]
  • British music millionaires, including Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Elton John, Mick Jagger, and Amy Winehouse saw their fortunes decrease in the bad economy this year, yet Simon Cowell got 7% richer. [People]
  • Cyndi Lauper and her husband David Thornton are starring in their first movie together since meeting on a movie set 20 years ago. The film is called Here and There and will be shown at the Tribeca Film Festival. [Yahoo]
  • Mary-Kate Olsen is super excited about being a juror at the Tribeca Film Festival. "I wish there was a class. It is a huge honor to be a part of it and I was asked to be a part of it, she says. "I just got my pamphlet this morning. I have already watched all of the shorts. This is fun." [AP]
  • Hilary Duff says of her pro hockey player boyfriend Mike Comrie, "You know what? We're very compatible, luckily, and it never seems like a big pressure of, like, what I have to do to make him happy, or vice versa. You know, it's just kind of natural for us, which is great, and I think that we both have busy jobs and we're both very public people, and that helps, too, you know, since we are apart so much. It's not like one person is sitting at home waiting for the other. And we're both just really supportive of each other." [The Observer]
  • Miss USA judge Alicia Jacobs removed a blog post criticizing Carrie Prejean after she started getting death threats. Jacobs said, "I am going to be honest with you. I am an entertainment reporter, and I am not an investigative reporter and I am not used to being in that environment. Some reporters probably get death threats every day. For me, it scared me. I discussed it with my station and they have been beyond supportive and I am very grateful for that. We decided at least for the time being I would take it down. There is something else is up there now which I wrote last night, and that is how I am going to keep it for now. And, believe it or not, I am still getting negative responses and I am shocked. Where are these people coming from?" [L.A. Times]