Jon "Midlife Crisis" Gosselin Shops For Sports Car; Kourtney K. Is Pregnant

  • Jon Gosselin and Hailey Glassman have been shopping for a Mercedes or a Porche. Kate Gosselin just bought a Toyota Land Cruiser that seats 8+, but it seems Jon isn't planning on ferrying kids to soccer practice. [Radar Online]
  • Mischa Barton has hired a trainer and started hitting the gym. People suggests this may be just what she needs because, "She has big self-esteem issues," according to a source. "She hates her legs. She isn't comfortable with her body. It's been a big source of stress and self-hate." Working out is a healthy choice but talking to someone about those feelings of "self-hate" is probably a good idea too. [People]
  • Kourtney Kardashian is pregnant. Cue blizzard of blog posts speculating on the baby's paternity, sudden attention from paparazzi and then People magazine post-natal baby-weight piece. [E!]
  • There still hasn't been an official statement on Steven Tyler's condition after falling off a stage, but Joe Perry says he broke his shoulder blade in two places. "No concussion. Nothing internal," said Joe, "So it's like he [was] in a bad bar fight. [Like] somebody had a baseball bat." He added, "They're still running tests. MRIs, everything, X rays. I really don't know what's going on." [People]
  • There are more details about the arrest of Cameron Douglas' girlfriend Kelly Sott for allegedly trying to slip him heroin hidden in an electric toothbrush. The guards watching Cameron, Michael Douglas' son, who is under house arrest at his mother's home got suspicious when he asked Sott to bring over personal items but seemed particularly concerned with the toothbrush. Sott has been jailed without bail. [N.Y. Post]
  • As a result of the incident Cameron Douglas has been transferred to the Metropolitan Correctional Center in New York. [People]
  • MSNBC is reporting that Kate Hudson wants to have A-Rod's child and told him "they'd make a beautiful baby together." We'd question how MSNBC got their hands on this news, but a close read reveals they picked it up from In Touch. [MSNBC]
  • Yet, within the same gossip column MSNBC challenges In Touch's cover story this week about Angelina Jolie "literally hogging the spotlight" at the Hollywood premiere of Brad Pitt's Inglorious Basterds, saying they sat together and looked happy at the afterparty. [MSNBC]
  • Brad Pitt took Pax and Maddox to a Green Day concert last week. He had the boys wear headphone and earplugs when the music got too loud and Pax even fell asleep. [TMZ]
  • Jennifer Lopez has been (relatively) out of the limelight recently, but she's fighting her way back. J.Lo's on the cover of the cover of the 500+ page September issue of InStyle. [Just Jared]
  • Paula Abdul has gotten an offer to judge American Idol... in Australia. [Radar Online]
  • Guy Ritchie may lose the liquor license for his London pub because residents are complaining that it's too noisy. The police have installed a microphone on a nearby building and will be monitoring the noise level for a few weeks. [Daily Express]
  • After a Madonna concert in Denmark, Swedish concert-goers tried to cram into train cars and wound up fighting and vomiting on the platform, causing train delays. [UPI]
  • Kim Kardashian dyed her hair honey blonde and lightened her eyebrows. Her hairstylist says, Kim "was pretty brave - she's never colored her hair before." [People]
  • RHONY's Bethenny Frankel is on the cover of Engagement 101 magazine, wearing a ring on her finger, but she still won't confirm that she's engaged. [ONTD]
  • RHOA's NeNe Leakes was on a radio show this morning and said of her fight with castmate Kim Zolciak, "if she was truly injured she should have filed charges ... Kim is not innocent here." She added, "Is she still at Target in her Bentley?" [TMZ]
  • Michael Jackson albums like Number Ones and Thriller are still outselling new albums weeks after his death. [N.Y. Times]
  • The Osbournes are filming another reality show for MTV. Though the whole family will be featured, the show will focus on Kelly Osbourne and her fiancé Luke Worrall. [The Sun]
  • The police went to Kirsten Dunst's house last night after her silent alarm went off. Though she used to have a stalker, it turned out she'd accidentally tripped the alarm herself. [TMZ]
  • Katy Perry performed a show at an amusement park in Australia but wasn't allowed to go on the rides because it would be too hard for her security guards to keep an eye on her. Also, did you know that in Australia cotton candy is called "fairy floss"? [News.com.au]
  • In the new issue of Playboy Heidi Pratt says,"When I was shopping for my boobs, I wanted the best, so I sat down and flipped through a bunch of Playboys." She adds, "I plan to get a few more upgrades ... I'm sure as I get older I'll need some touch-ups... I think I want to go bigger on my boobs for [Spencer]." [People]
  • "Away from the film, I think, performing [on stage], sometimes it is harder being a girl. I think there are more male comedians out there performing. And I know I've come across difficulties when I do perform. Like I remember one of my first performances, once they announced my name and heard I was a girl - the audience was composed of mostly male comics - and because I was a girl, they all walked out. I think they expected me to talk about typical ‘girl material', like talking about periods and babies, or something. I think sometimes you come across those difficulties, performing. But I'm not sure, I haven't come across any of those difficulties in film. I'm very unaware of what that's like." — Charlene Yi [Women And Hollywood]
  • "Carlos [Santana] will constantly send you messages out of nowhere. Carlos will call me at 10 at night and be like, 'Listen, I had a dream about you, and so much good is happening, but there's dark forces at work, and when you get out of here, I have this woman who wants to cleanse you.' I think Carlos' most important piece of advice ever was that he taught me the difference between being a celebrity and being a famous musician." — Rob Thomas [CNN]
  • Did you know that you're ruining Hayden Panettiere's life? She says of fame, "It's very, very difficult and people have no idea what they do to peoples' relationships. They destroy them. The paparazzi and the public. The public wants to read about your personal life, and the paparazzi give it to them by nosing into your personal life and saying things that are just not true and horrible." She adds, "I used to walk my dogs in my pyjamas. You know something's not right when you're lying in bed for 15 minutes in the morning going, 'How do I get milk for cereal without having to leave my house?' I would be so happy if I could walk down the street without someone coming out of the buses." [Daily Express]