Jon Postpones Divorce; Janet Mourns Michael By Wearing Black For One Year

  • Jon Gosselin is suspending his divorce proceedings for 90 days. A source says it's "not an emotional or romantic decision," but a PR strategy. Jon's rep admits he, "used poor judgment in publicly socializing with other women so soon."
  • Jon's rep says he's putting a hold on the divorce because he's "like to get back with Kate as a partner in parenting." However the source says he's trying to "to force Kate to deal with Jon on many important issues relating to the welfare of his children," which doesn't sound as diplomatic. [E!]
  • The NYC medical examiner has determined DJ AM's death was accidental. The cause of death was "acute intoxication" due to the combination of cocaine, oxycodone, hydrocodone (Vicodin), Ativan, Klonopin, Xanax, Benadryl and Levamisole (to cut the cocaine). [TMZ]
  • Janet Jackson is planning to only wear black until the one year anniversary of Michael Jackson's death. A source says: A source said: "As a mark of respect she has decided to only wear black clothes to express her grief, and she has had to go on a number of shopping trips to find suitable items to wear." [The Mirror]
  • Janet Jackson appeared at a gala in Milan to support the Foundation for AIDS Research where a Dsquared jacket signed by Janet and a pair of handmade boots made for Michael Jackson were auctioned off. [AFP]
  • The law firm Mesereau & Yu, which defended Michael Jackson during his 2005 child molestation trial, has filed a claim against his estate for $341,452 in unpaid bills. [TMZ]
  • Jude Law is refusing to see Samantha Burke's baby until DNA tests prove he is the father. A friend said: "Jude is still very cautious about Sam and Sophia. Until he is 100 per cent certain she is his daughter he is only communicating through lawyers." [News Of The World]
  • Tori Spelling was admitted to the hospital last night with abdominal pain. "They released her last night. She wasn't feeling better today, so she returned to the hospital for more tests," said her rep. [Extra]
  • Khloe Kardashian wanted a simple hairdo for her wedding. So how did a few curls and extensions wind up costing $4,500 plus a $500 tip? [TMZ]
  • Bruce Jenner said of his step-daughter Khloe Kardashian's wedding, "My wife has sold this thing... We're right in the middle of shooting season four, it's great television.... It will be a one-hour special on E!" [Las Vegas Sun]
  • Emmy Rossum was seen on a date with Adam Duritz the day before her husband filed for divorce. [TMZ]
  • Though Marilyn Manson announced that he had been diagnosed with swine flu last week on Facebook, concert promoters for Live Nation insist he isn't infected and he's removed the posts. [NME]
  • The cop who was secretly taping conversations between John Travolta's lawyers and Pleasant Bridgewater testified that he never heard anyone demand money in return for keeping documents secret. This contradicts what you can hear on the tapes. [TMZ]
  • Doug Reinhardt (a.k.a. Paris Hilton's boyfriend) is suing his former landlord because he claims he never paid back his five-figure security deposit after he moved out earlier this year. [TMZ]
  • Christina Milian and The Dream got married in Las Vegas recently but they're planning a second wedding for their family and friends. [People]
  • When asked if her daughter Lourdes will follow in her footsteps Madonna said, "No. I don't think she wants to be a singer. I think she wants to be an actress... I'm fine with it, as long as she finishes school, and takes it seriously. She also plays piano, and she's really into clothes and fashion and style. She can go in any direction. She's got a lot of diverse interests right now. We'll see. I'm not pushing anything. We'll see what she wants to do." [Popeater]
  • John Krasinski didn't plan on being in the movie he directed, Brief Interviews With Hideous Men. He explains: "There was a scheduling conflict at the last moment, and the actor - I can't name him - couldn't do it. We had two weeks left to shoot. So the producers basically decided that I should do this because I had read the book so many times. It was the most terrifying performance I ever had to give. It's stressful enough to be a director and to see it on the monitors every day, watching these actors do this awe-inspiring work … and then you jump in and go, 'I'll take us home, guys!'" N.Y. Magazine]
  • Bruce Willis won't be following in the footsteps, or mouse clicks, of Demi Moore and Ashton Kutcher. When asked if he's consider Tweeting he said: "Doubtful, doubtful. I just can't live with myself if I started Twittering ... I just think that way lies madness." [People]
  • "I think it's horrible for young girls and women to see all these pictures of celebrities and the way they bounce back and they're strolling around and they have all these nice things. It's all about how cute the baby looks. It's not that easy and it's not that glamorous. It's not like having the new bag or shoe." — Bridget Moynahan [5 Resolutions]
  • "I've always sort of looked at stay-at-home moms and been like, 'Oh gosh, how on earth do you do that? It seems so boring!' There is not a boring moment! I'll be in the car for four hours, just from taking them to school and someone forgot a lunch and then we got to go back with the project, it's just amazing to me. I've really been enjoying that." — Angie Harmon [People]
  • "There's not much pleasure in directing. I get up very early and come to the set and stand around all day while the cinematographer spends three hours lighting the set, then I get 30 seconds to do the scene and then we move on and he lights for another three hours and I get another 30 seconds. It's tedious. I don't do it in order; just a piece here and a piece there .The pleasure is when I get home and look at all the footage and sit down and put it together and put in the music and make it look like something." — Woody Allen [The Telegraph]
  • "I never really thought about getting married – it just kind of happened," says Scarlett Johansson. "It seemed natural, the right thing to do. It was kind of a celebration of the time." [People]
  • Sherri Shepherd says her 4-year-old son loves to flirt, especially with Elisabeth Hasselbeck's 4-year-old daughter Grace. "First thing he says to Grace is, 'Give me a kiss,' " says Sherri. "That's how he is with all the little girls: 'Give me a kiss!' If you don't kiss him, he's gonna friggin' hit you. Every little 4-year-old girl, he loves 'em." Hmm... someone needs to tell him that's no way to treat a lady. [People]
  • Wendy Williams says, "I know that the show is messy, because I'm messy, But I have a staff of very talented people working with me." Joel McHale would beg to differ. [CNN]