Chris Caught Kissing Kate; Kristen Thinks Fame Is "Sad, Desolate" Like A Vampire

  • Chris Martin was reportedly spotted kissing Kate Bosworth, a friend of his wife, Gwyneth Paltrow. An eyewitness reports, "At first I thought it might be Gwyneth, but when she came up for air, it was clear the woman was Kate..."
  • The "source"(remember, this is Star, people) continues, "I couldn't believe my eyes... There was Chris totally making out with Kate in front of other people." [Star]
  • Though Robert Pattinson insists he and Kristen Stewart are "just friends" in this month's Vanity Fair, they spent the night together at Chateau Marmont on Oct. 29. The next day after seeing a screening of New Moon, "Rob wanted a cigarette so he went outside with Kristen for about 15 minutes," said a source. "They were hugging, as Rob was smoking his cigarette and then he leaned down and kissed her on the lips. He had his arm around her almost the whole time." [Us]
  • Sean Penn's 16-year-old son, Hopper Jack, was arrested at his Malibu school. Because he's a minor, police won't say why he was hauled in. [Radar Online]
  • Reese Witherspoon called the police and identified herself as an eyewitness after two paparazzi got into a scuffle while trying to photograph her exercising. [TMZ]
  • According to a Miss California USA press release, the organization has settled its lawsuits with Carrie Prejean. The Statement says, "Carrie Prejean, Keith Lewis, and K2 productions have dropped their claim against each other and wish each other the best in their future endeavors."
  • Chidi Uzomah Jr. plead not guilty today to stalking Ryan Seacrest. [AP]
  • VIDEO: Comedian David Williams grabbed Mark Ronson's crotch at the Concert for CARE in London, then wrestled him to the ground and pulled off his pants, exposing his naked butt to the entire audience. [The Sun]
  • Former Stone Roses singer Ian Brown was arrested in London on suspicion of assaulting his wife, model and actress Fabiola Quiroz. Police went to their London home last night after neighbors reported a domestic disturbance. [Reuters]
  • Maggie Grace still hasn't signed on to return for the final season of Lost. [E!]
  • John Hodgman says there was a joke written for him to say during his Emmy commentary but he didn't get a chance to say it: "If Charlie Sheen had won, we were gonna say, 'What can you say about Charlie Sheen? [Long pause] Not that. No, not that. Definitely can't say that '" [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Kirstie Alley is about to sign a deal with A&E to do a reality show about her weight struggles and life as a single mom. [Variety]
  • Simon Cowell gave £100,000 to 18-month-old British girl Sophie Atay so she can fly to the US for pioneering treatment at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Hospital in New York. The girl's family made a public appeal for £500,000 last week after learning Sophie has a rare form of neuroblastoma and needs treatment within days. [Daily Mail]
  • Jermaine Clement says Flight of the Conchords may not return for a third season on HBO. "We've got to write the series, but we've also got to write the songs, and just dividing your time into those two writing tasks is really tricky," he said. [Reuters]
  • Shawn Stockman of Boyz II Men has the swine flu. "We go all over the world really, so I am surprised it hasn't happened earlier, to be honest," said bandmate Nathan Morris. "I talked to [Stockman] today, and he is doing much better." [CNN]
  • In the liner notes to her album Play On Carrie Underwood writes, "Thank you #12," referring to the jersey number of her boyfriend, hockey player Mike Fisher, "You are the most amazing addition to my life! You are such a wonderful person and have had such an amazing hand in the building of this album and in the growth of me as a person. I love you so much! You make my life better in every way! I thank God for you every day... xoxo, Carrie." [People]
  • After the release of their greatest hits album, the Foo Fighters will go on an indefinite hiatus. Dave Grohl explains, "I think the band decided to take a break not because we wanted to stop making music, but because we thought the world needed to take a break from us. This greatest hits record — that's the end of something, you know. It's time to move on into this next chapter or another phase. Maybe it will be different in whatever way. I don't know." [CNN]
  • Mariah Carey says being unattractive in Precious was, "such a liberating experience and yet humiliating. But I needed that. We all need that, we need to understand how to be humble and it's a difficult business to do that in. But I'm definitely inspired to work out of my comfort zone after this." [Fox News]
  • "Edward is actually a really good parallel to fame," says Kristen Stewart. "As a vampire, he has a sad, desolate life — fame is the same." [BlackBook Magazine]