Lindsay May Pose For Playboy; Halle May Be PregnantS

  • Lindsay Lohan is considering posing for Playboy. Sources say she originally turned down an offer for half a million dollars, so Playboy increased it to $900,000 and she's reconsidering. Hasn't the world seen enough semi-nude Linds already? [Perez Hilton]
  • Halle Berry is three months pregnant with her second child, according to a source who says, "Halle is overjoyed... The first time, she struggled so much to get pregnant and eventually conceived through in vitro fertilization. This time, the baby was conceived through artificial insemination." [Life & Style]
  • DJ AM's manager and rehab sponsor had realized he was using drugs again and confronted him in his apartment on the day he died. He agreed to enter rehab after a gig in Las Vegas, but he OD'd that night. [N.Y. Post]
  • Hayley Wood, DJ AM's girlfriend of almost a year says, "Any indication that this horribly tragic accident happened because of a rumored breakup is not only untrue but disgusting. We were very much together at the time of his passing, and I love him very much." [Us]
  • DJ AM's body has been flown back to L.A. for his funeral. [Radar Online]
  • Police say Ryan Jenkins didn't leave a suicide note. [TMZ]
  • An Australian teenager is blaming Miley Cyrus for ending her relationship with Liam Hemsworth, who Miley was seen kissing in an airport. She posted on her Facebook page, "Liam and I have been inseparable since school. But it's Miley Cyrus! How can I compete?" [Daily Express]
  • In the video at the link Miley Cyrus cleans out her closet with her friend Mandy Jiroux. She throws a bunch of unused clutch purses on the floor and says "Maybe I'll give it to someone for Christmas. I'm cheap." and tosses a the tank top she wore when she met Johnny Depp at Mandy saying, "You can have that. I've worn it a lot." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Nicole Kidman hasn't been seen with Connor and Isabella, the children she adopted with Tom Cruise, since May 2007, and they reportedly call her "Nicole," not mom. [News.com.au]
  • An attorney for Dr. Arnold Klein, who is rumored to be the father of Paris and Prince Michael Jackson, said he'd be willing to take a DNA test but has no plans to, "The court certainly would not order a DNA test after the death of the conclusively presumed biological parent," said the lawyer. "I think that if, at some point in time, the minor children reach their majority, which they will, that will be a decision I would assume they would make…they alone would make." [E!]
  • Two tigers that used to belong to Michael Jackson may be trapped in the wildfire burning in California. They're at Tippi Hedren's Shambala Preserve, which is in an area that is being evacuated, but she says, "We house 64 big cats and it would be a logistical nightmare to bring all these cats down the road and get in the firefighters way of doing their job." [TMZ]
  • Kerry Katona is low on cash so she's going to write a "warts and all" autobiography about her cocaine abuse and relationship with her husband. [Mirror]
  • The Australian arm of Hugh Jackman's production company, Seed Productions, closed last week but there is still an office open in L.A. [Hollywood Reporter]
  • Today Muhammad Ali was made first freeman of the Ireland town his great-grandfather left for Kentucky in the 1860s. [AFP]
  • Organizers banned Muslims from a Black Eyed Peas concert near Kuala Lampur to celebrate the 250th anniversary of the Guinness brewery in Dublin, but now they've opened it to everyone 18 and older. [N.Y. Times]
  • Juliette Lewis, who used to date Brad Pitt, says, "When I run into him it's like running into an old comrade... Good vibes. He's grown into a fine man and father. Total super father. It's pretty impressive. Their family unit is inspiring." [People]
  • MTV's remake of the 1985 movie Teen Wolf is inching closer to reality. [Holllywood Reporter]
  • Destiny's Child will reunite next year, if you believe the News of the World. Michelle Williams said, "It definitely will happen. We're sisters, we love each other and we want to work on the future of Destiny's Child." [News of the World]
  • Jay-Z says he's OK with his upcoming album Blueprint 3 being leaked online. "I may be the most bootlegged artist in history," he said. "It's a preview. I'm excited for people to hear the album. I'm very proud of the work I've done, so enjoy it." [MTV]
  • Randy Quaid's wife Evi hired private detective Becky Altringer to investigate death threats against them, but now Altringer has filed a restraining order against Evi. Altringer says she is "mentally unstable" and asked her to harass the cast of a play her husband was appearing in and threatened to "hire thugs" to get information from her computer. [Radar Online]
  • Mad Men has been renewed for a fourth season by AMC. [Variety]
  • David Boreanaz and wife Jaime Bergman's second child, Bardot Vita Boreanaz, was born on Monday. [People]
  • Paula Abdul says "I definitely want to do a talk show because it would be different," but refused to explain what she meant by that because she didn't "want to give the goodies away." [UPI]
  • Ugh: "Courteney Cox Arquette Roars, 'I'm A Cougar.'" [People]
  • Bill Cosby is making appearances on behalf of the Detroit public schools to help the campaign to stop the flow of students out of the district. [AP]
  • George Carlin never won an Emmy, though he was nominated several times, but he may sort of win one this year, as George Carlin: The Kennedy center Mark Twin Prize was nominated. "My father was someone who did change the face of television with his HBO specials," said his daughter Kelly Carlin McCall. "He was a man who, over almost 20 years, made television exciting to watch. I think it's too bad they didn't get to honor him that way." [Associated Press]
  • Aubrey O'Day has released a statement defending her remark that Fidel Castro and Adolf Hitler were "brilliant." She says, "Murderers and dictators generally are some of the smartest people out there - they just use their brain power for evil purposes. I don't condone any of their evil behavior, but I was asked about their intellectual firepower... and in my opinion you can't have a low IQ and wreck [sic] that much havoc on the world. What Hitler succeeded in doing, was deplorable... And I hope we never see such an abusive use of power again." [TMZ]
  • Shakira says she and boyfriend Antonio de la Rúa aren't going to get married, but they are "so ready to reproduce. At some point during the making of the album I was like, 'I want to stop everything and just have a baby.' You hit your thirties and something changes. Your body clock is reminding you that it's another important part of your existence to reproduce." She continues, "I might need to stop work for a couple of months to breast-feed but that's about it. I can't conceive of the idea of not working." [The Telegraph]
  • "I've always been really picky about roles and make a point of reminding myself that it's not about the money – because, obviously, there's a lot of money to be made in this business if you're willing to do anything." — Zooey Deschanel [The Independent]
  • "I remember starting out and being at a record company at 19 and having someone tell me, 'This is your good side and this is your bad side. Don't ever let anyone take any pictures of you from that side. You look terrible from that side', and so on. I created this whole complex, like I didn't already have enough of a complex... I felt very different as a bi-racial person. Growing up where I was, being half-black and half-white, was a weird and difficult thing because I didn't quite fit in either place and I moved around a lot. So when I went from that to this world it was like, 'Let's create an inferiority complex before we make this person go on TV and try to have confidence.' So it was all about building self-confidence." — Mariah Carey [Daily Express]
  • Mariah Carey says she's sorry she apologized for not performing well at Michael Jackson's memorial service on Twitter saying, "I regret sending that message but I was very emotional and I wasn't happy with my performance. But we all did our best to give Michael the send off he deserves. I just forgot the world could read that. I thought I was just talking to my friends. I shouldn't have done that because that was really only meant for Michael. That was about him." [Daily Express]
  • People freaked out when Stacy Haiduk of The Young & The Restless took a real stuffed cat to the Daytime Emmys on Sunday, but she explains that this made perfect sense to viewers because her character is mentally unstable and talks to the stuffed cat on the show. She says she, "thought it was the coolest thing in the world," to bring "Mr. Kitty" to the show, then people "thought it was my pet from home, that when it passed away I got [stuffed]. It got a lot of heat out there!" She adds, "Literally, I gave it its own seat, and then somebody said, 'That's my seat,' and we said, 'No, no, no, this is Mr. Kitty, he has his own seat tonight.' People around me were just laughing. People love it, they really, really do." [People Pets]