Madonna Not At Risk For Swine Flu • Sarah Jessica Parker Expecting Twins

  • If you get an email titled, "Madonna caught swine flu!" don't open it. The only thing that will be infected is your computer. [The Sun]
  • The same does not go for Pete Doherty, who was pictured online hugging one of the first UK victims of the swine flu. Though the picture is old, "Pete's friends are worried he may have the deadly illness. He has got himself clean of drugs, the last thing he needs is this," says a source. [ONTD]
  • Not even the swine flu can stop Spencer Pratt and Heidi Montag, who are honeymooning in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. [People]
  • Heidi Montag says, "every second we're washing our hands," and Spencer Pratt says they are "wearing face masks everywhere we go. We're in isolation, we're in full hiding." Sounds romantic! [People]
  • Oh no. Heidi Montag's wedding gift to Spencer Pratt was a new song called "Sex Ed." Listen here, if you must: [Perez Hilton]
  • Sarah Jessica Parker is reportedly expecting twin girls via a surrogate. Reports EW: "They had a lot of unsuccessful tries," says the friend. "They came to the conclusion that this was going to be the best alternative for expanding their family." The couple turned to a surrogate — whose name and place of residence have not been disclosed — last year. "They're over the moon and excited as any prospective parents would be," says the friend. "Their life is about to get a lot busier." [EW]
  • Madonna's rep is denying that she asked her designer friends to hire Jesus Luz to keep him in the U.S., saying, "Madonna has not been involved with any bookings Jesus has gotten. They were arranged through his agents." [The Daily Express]
  • Ricky Schroeder won a Malibu small claims court case against a woman who accused him of conspiring with her ex to steal thousands of dollars in tools. While he was leaving the court house in victory, he was pulled over by the police for talking on his cell phone. [TMZ]
  • A guy grabbed Paris Hilton's boobs in a Hollywood club. Her boyfriend, Doug Reinhardt, got into a fist fight with the boob grabber. The DJ thought it would be funny to play her song "Stars Are Blind" and Paris danced about during the fight. [Perez Hilton]
  • In light of Hulk Hogan's pro-O.J. Simpson comments, Linda Hogan has filed papers claiming she needs another $8,200 a month in support payments so she can move "thousands of miles away" from him because she feels she's in "imminent danger of becoming a victim." [TMZ]
  • There should be a decision soon in Britney Spears' attempt to extend her restraining order against Sam Lutfi and Jon Eardley. During today's hearing her lawyer called both men "cowards" for not showing up for cross-examination. [TMZ]
  • Paul McCartney sent Pamela Anderson a two-page "letter regarding livestock and greenhouse gases" calling on Pam to help spread the word about vegetarianism. You can read the letter at the link. [The Sun]
  • Ricki Lake says childbirth helped her overcome her issues related to being sexually abused when she was about six or seven. "I was able to look at my body and see what it was able to do and embrace it," says Lake. "Sort of let go of all the body image issues." [People]
  • A spokesmen for the Miss California pageant is denying Carrie Prejean's claim that pageant officials told her to apologize for her statement opposing same-sex marriage during the Miss USA pageant when giving TV interviews. The spokesmen added, "Given the fact that Carrie Prejean's first act upon returning to California was to headline five services at a church that promotes homosexuality as both unnatural and abnormal, we stand by our concern for her individual image and look forward to a time in the near future when she can put down her personal agenda" and resume her responsibilities as Miss California. [Sacramento Bee]
  • A Las Vegas judge has ordered Dennis Rodman to pay a former waitress $225,000 for slapping her butt, grabbing her, and forcing her to dance with him at a Vegas bar in 2006. [TMZ]
  • Hugh Jackman says he considered quitting the X-Men movies because "It felt like Wolverine had got a little soft by X-Men 3 and I wanted to take it back to that bad ass quality. He's tough, he's gruff, he's not politically correct - he doesn't say the right things." He adds, "He's a flawed character. That's what I like about it, that's why I'm doing it for the fourth time or else I wouldn't." [The Daily Express]
  • Avril Lavigne has been selected to be the Canadian Ambassador for 2010 World Expo in Shanghai, China. Lavigne, who is popular is Asia and has performed parts of her songs in Mandarin, blogged, "I've played two shows in Shanghai. It's a great city and I look forward to visiting again next year." [The Daily Express]
  • Ugly Betty's Ana Ortiz, who is pregnant with her first child, said, "Before I found out I was having a girl I dreamt that I was having a girl, I even dreamt what her name was, so I guess that name should be her real name." As for the name, she joked, "It's going to be Watermelon." [People]
  • Selena Gomez and Taylor Lautner are dating. They had dinner this weekend in Vancouver, where they are both filming movies. [People]
  • Peter Facinelli, who plays Twilight's father figure Dr. Carlisle Cullen, says, "I love night shoots. Everybody else is [tired] by like two, three in the morning, which is weird because I'm the old guy!" [People]
  • Here's Katy Perry's new video for "Waking Up In Vegas": [Perez HIlton]
  • Russell Brand will star in a remake of Drop Dead Fred. [Hollywood Reporter]
  • Last night James Lipton sat down with Family Guy creator Seth McFarlane for the next season of Inside the Actor's Studio. Lipton said he's a fan of the show because, "Well, inevitably, I'm attracted to anybody who likes stage musicals, having written two myself. What really has always drawn me to Family Guy is its irreverence, its cutting edge, its willingness to take chances. And I like risk. My two sports, show jumping and flying airplanes, in either case, the cost of a mistake can be rather large. So risk has been the nature of my life, I think. That's what I like about their show." [NY Times]
  • Jessica Alba celebrated her 28th birthday on Sunday with an '80s party at her home with 50 friends, including Sarah Silverman and Rosario Dawson. [People]
  • Here's the cover of Vibe's "Real Rap" issue, featuring Eminem: [The Life Files]
  • Though the media has been claiming Mel Gibson is worth $900,000,000, he says he actually has no idea how much money he has. His divorce lawyers and accountants are trying to figure it out. [TMZ]
  • When Eric Bana first arrived in America in the early 1990s he went on a road trip, but ran out of money and started living out of his car. One time he tried to take a shower in a gas station bathroom and got arrested. He says, "I slept in the car a lot. I wanted to experience everything the county had to offer... I got done (arrested) for taking a shower in the gas station. I just got under it (the facet) and turned it on. I was not naked. I had my jocks (underwear) on. I was able to wash my hair."[Contact Music]
  • Andy Roddick writes on his blog that having Elton John play at his recent wedding "was very, very surreal," adding, "It was beyond awesome of him to make time for us and needless to say it was beyond amazing." [People]
  • Jennifer Garner says it's hard to be a mom to two young children while she's on set. She says: "[I] feel like half my brain is somewhere else all the time, but when the camera's rolling, I pull it together and focus for two minutes," she says, "and then I kind of turn back to a ditz again. I have a split personality." [People]
  • OMG! Gossip Girl's ratings are down 26% from last year. However, it had already been renewed for a third season, so it's not in immediate danger. [Perez Hilton]
  • In a lengthy and mostly boring interview, Ed Westwick discusses his tattoos. "I've got '21 Grams,' 'Love Me Two Times,' the song by The Doors. I have 'I Heart Romance' on my forearm and 'You Make Me Feel Like the One' across my shoulder," says Westwick, adding that he got his "I Heart Romance," tattoo because, "I saw it in a bathroom stall in a bar in Brooklyn. I thought it was cool, so I got it." [Interview]
  • Last night Tom Hanks was presented with the Chaplin Award at the Film Society of Lincoln Center Gala Tribute. For her tribute, Julia Robert's said, "It's late, and I'm paying my babysitter overtime, and I have to pee," telling Hanks, "So, everybody fucking likes you." She added, "That movie about you and the airport and the accent was a pass for me. Airport? Were you just an immigrant lost? I didn't know. I love you, but I didn't know … and I'm wearing the same fucking dress tonight as your publicist." [People]