Lourdes Dresses "Like A Virgin"; Katherine On Grey's Leave Of AbsenceS

  • Madonna's daughter Lourdes, who is 12, was featured her "Celebration" video, which was released yesterday, but there is apparently another version in which Lourdes is dressed up in her mom's wedding dress outfit from "Like A Virgin." [Daily Mail]
  • Katherine Heigl is taking a five episode hiatus from Grey's Anatomy to film the romantic comedy Life As We Know It. This is the first time the producers have allowed her to leave the show for an extended amount of time. [Entertainment Weekly]
  • Michael Jackson will be buried tomorrow in a private sunset ceremony at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. He'll be interred in the cemetery's Great Mausoleum, where Clark Gable, Jean Harlow, and Carole Lombard were laid to rest. [AFP]
  • DJ AM didn't have a will according to documents filed by his mother and she is listed as his sole heir. The documents say his income was more than $3.5 million, but his debts added up to $2.9 million. [TMZ]
  • DJ AM's mother was named special administrator of his estate so she can finalize the sale of her son's house in Los Angeles, which he was in the process of selling. [TMZ]
  • DJ AM will be buried at 3 p.m. today at the Hillside Memorial Park and Mortuary in West Los Angeles after a private funeral. [E!]
  • In his interview with ABC News next week Jon Gosselin says of Kate Gosselin, "I took a lot of abuse from her. I was put down. She'll call me, almost like a lame fish. Like I wasn't going anywhere." But Jon didn't take kindly to being a house husband. He says, "Well, excuse me, I'm taking care of the kids. She's on book tours, she's doing all these thing. You know she's gone a week ... comes back. Packs up and leaves again." [People]
  • Jon also says during the interview, "What began as friendship has grown into something more. I know that my decision to appear publicly with Hailey this weekend will be scrutinized, but I hope that people can see I'm a regular guy who is going through a very difficult time in life and wants to move forward." [Perez Hilton]
  • Florin Cioaba, Romania's self-proclaimed "King of the Gypsies" praised Madonna for speaking out on behalf of Gypsies during a concert, saying, "Madonna is the only international personality to have raised the problem of discrimination against the Roma in Europe." [AP]
  • Lily Allen will guest star on as herself in an episode of the Australian soap Neighbours. [Daily Mail]
  • Whitney Houston left her Good Morning America concert after singing only four songs saying, "I'm so sorry. I did Oprah. I've been talking for so long. … I talked so much, my voice," she said. "I shouldn't be talking. I should be singing." [People]
  • Hayden Christensen's brother, producer Tove Christensen, was arrested this morning for felony assault with a deadly weapon because he allegedly dragged his girlfriend 30 feet while she hung on to the side of his car. [TMZ]
  • Sharon Osbourne has been accused of trying to run over a court official while he delivered legal papers to her house. Megan Hauserman says the official was trying to give her documents related to her lawsuit against Sharon for allegedly attacking her during Rock of Love: Charm School. [The Sun]
  • You can listen to the 911 call made after Joe Francis allegedly attacked Playboy playmate Jayde Nicole here: [Radar Online]
  • Police are reviewing security camera footage taken in the Hollywood club where Joe Francis allegedly assaulted Jayde Nicole. [TMZ]
  • Here are some tips for a happy marriage from the Duggars, in case you're having a hard time coping with your 18 + children. [People]
  • A chef is suing Simon Cowell and ex-girlfriend Terri Seymour because she claims when she auditioned to work for them they made her change into clear-bottomed sneakers and she left her shoes with $500 orthopedic insoles in their house. [TMZ]
  • Boy George's ankle monitor has been removed and his curfew has been lifted. He posted a picture of his foot with the message "In the words of John INman, "I'm free!'" on Twitter. [The Sun]
  • A spokesman for the Rolling Stones is denying the rumors that drummer Charlie Watts has left the band. [The Mirror]
  • Joyce DeWitt of Three's Company has been charged with DUI over her drunk driving arrest on July 4. [TMZ]
  • Lil Mama has apologized to GLADD for making fun of a transgender dancer while judging America's Best Dance Crew this weekend saying, "Leiomy, come on. Your behavior ... it's unacceptable ... You were born a man and you are becoming a woman. If you're going to become a woman, act like a lady ... It gets too crazy and it gets confusing." She said in the statement, "My remarks were never meant to be disrespectful regarding Leiomy's gender nor offensive to the LGBT community, which has been a community that has supported me in all my endeavors. However, in hindsight, I recognize that my words may have come across as hurtful. I spoke with her privately after the taping to express that it was not my intent to offend her or any member of the transgender community." [TMZ]
  • An source claims he saw Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart using cocaine at a Hollywood party late last year. "I think Eric and Rebecca were there to get high. It didn't take long before she asked where the coke was. They went into another room and started snorting lines of cocaine. I watched them do it," said the source.
    [National Enquirer]
  • The prosecution has finished presenting witnesses in the case of the woman accused of sexually abusing six teenagers at Oprah Winfrey's school for girls in South Africa. [CBS News]
  • Justin Timberlake made a surprise appearance at a club in Las Vegas last night and gave everyone a free shot of 901 tequila, saying, "Me and my buddy started a homegrown tequila down in Mexico and I wanted to make sure you guys got a taste, so I bought everyone in the bar a shot." He toasted, "We should all believe in something and I believe it's time for another shot of tequila." [People]
  • Cindy McCain is speaking out about her severe migranes, which she says she's suffered with for 15 years but never discussed before. She says she was hesitant to mention how much they hurt because of John McCain's experience as a POW. "There were times when I felt a little bit inadequate with my pain problem," she said. "But I had to get over that because I didn't live in John's shoes and he didn't live in mine. He doesn't always understand [migraines] but he knows they are real." [People]
  • Travelodge's released a ‘books left behind index' of the 7200 books abandoned in its UK hotel rooms by its customers in the past year. Jordan's autobiography tops the list. Also in the top 10: John Grisham's The Appeal and The Magic and the Madness, J. Randy Taraborrelli's Michael Jackson biography. [Telegraph]
  • Tim Burton says of Johnny Depp, "It's very nice to have someone that you can have a completely abstract conversation with and leave the room, feel like everything's fine, and then realize that if you pick it apart, you have absolutely no idea what either of you said." [MTV]
  • "Living with Hef brought down my self-esteem a lot. I was comparing myself to the other girls. You have to look a certain way at the mansion." — Holly Madison [Newser]
  • Jerry Seinfeld says of the old Seinfeld set being recreated for the cast's appearance on Curb Your Enthusiasm, "The best analogy is a snow globe. You're walking into a miniature fake environment that has been recreated. As I told people about it, I could go back in your life 10 years and recast your friends, recreate where you live, everything in it exactly how it was, and now somebody with a headset points at you and you walk in now, and there it was, and you go, ‘Jesus Christ, this is my old life!' We all felt like it was a very special experience. Just to go back in time in life is a fantasy." [Hollywood Insider]
  • "I've never been the kind of person out on the prowl bedding different girls every night. I went through a two-week phase, but it was really awful. The ‘man about town' thing is so clichéd; I'd hate to think that I was subscribing to any idea of what someone in my position should be like. There's also the slight problem that the type of girl [I] go for would be way less likely to like me because I'm Mark Ronson. They'd much rather be talking to a Klaxon in the corner." — Mark Ronson [Telegraph]
  • "What I can't figure out is why I wasted time worrying about my looks. I am a comedian. I'm not on the runway in Milan," says Kathy Griffin. "Believe it or not, people don't come to see me really thinking I'm going to look like Jennifer Aniston." [People]