Madonna Makes Baby Plans; Aniston Makes Out With Butler

  • Madonna is "said" to have consulted doctors about having another child; seems she wants Brazilian boy Jesus Luz to be the father.

A "source" points out that she is "Olympic-athlete fit" and ready for the challenge. A commenter points out: "She's 51 it doesn't matter how fit she is, her egg reserve and quality will be that of a 51 year old, She will more than likely need ivf with a egg donor." Thanks loobylou713! [The Sun]

  • Lindsay Lohan: Still cutting her self, according to a friend. And maybe this picture. [Radar Online]
  • Lindsay Lohan on her India trip: "It was really life-changing — it was a wonderful experience." [Mirror]
  • There was a Johnny Depp death rumor? Missed that. Crispin Glover called Depp, who answered, "Not dead, in France." [MSNBC Scoop]
  • "Jennifer Aniston Steals Angelina Jolie's Look." If you wear a slit dress a few months after Angie wore a slit dress you are a shameless copycat, okay? [Us Magazine]
  • John Travolta sent a plane to Haiti; it was carrying "volunteer ministers and some supplies and some medics." [Us Magazine]
  • Wyclef Jean is calling for an evacuation of Port-au-Prince. "We need to migrate at least 2 million people," he said at a press conference. "I give you my word, if I tell them to go, they will go. But they need somewhere to go to." The accompanying picture of him with tears streaming down his face is heartbreaking. [Telegraph]
  • A teenaged aid worker for Wyclef Jean's charity was shot and killed as he was leaving a Port-au-Prince cemetery after dropping off corpses; "someone wanted to carjack him," Wyclef says. [NY Post]
  • Some of the details regarding George Clooney's Hope For Haiti telethon are still sketchy; the final list of who will appear and how long the show will be still need to be ironed out. [NY Post]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal and Jennifer Aniston had a conversation at a party. [People]
  • Jennifer Aniston and Gerard Butler made out in the kitchen at the Golden Globes. A source says: "Producers for the show were actually laughing about it over their walkie-talkies." [Page Six]
  • Nicole Kidman didn't sit with the cast of Nine at a Globes afterparty, and a source says "she barely even said hello." [Gatecrasher]
  • Alec Baldwin was indeed at a charity event — for the Waterkeeper Alliance — in Canada with Robert Kennedy Jr., which is why he couldn't make it to the Globes. [Earth Times]
  • Oprah has the power to captivate and stun a busy NYC restaurant. [Page Six]
  • Pestered by TMZ, Conan O'Brien's wife says "he's hanging in there." [TMZ]
  • Jay Leno gave his side of the story on the air last night, saying a 10 p.m. talk show "didn't seem like a good idea at the time," and calling Conan a "gentleman" and "a good guy." "I have no animosity toward him," Leno said. "This is all business. If you don't get the ratings, they take you off the air." [Reuters]
  • NBC's Jeff Zucker on Conan: "We didn't have all the time and all the room to make everyone happy." [The Wrap]
  • "Jay Leno: Don't Blame Me For Mess, NBC Ratings Are Reason For Conan O'Brien 'Tonight Show' Shuffle
    [NYDN]
  • "Conan O'Brien is close to signing a nearly $40 million deal to walk away" from the Tonight Show. [WSJ]
  • Under the conservatorship of her father, Britney Spears has a credit card with a limit of $1,500 a week. Sometimes that's not enough! She got around this over the weekend by using her bodyguard's credit card to buy boots at Steve Madden. [TMZ]
  • Who will win the Academy Award for Best Actress? This columnist writes: "it looks like the Oscar will either go to Meryl Streep or Sandra Bullock. A sentence I never thought I would say." [Pop Wrap]
  • Tiger Woods is at Pine Grove Behavioral Health and Addiction Services in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. (We've also heard Arizona and South Africa.) The facility made some changes for the celebrity guest; a fence is now covered with a tarp so passersby can't see patients walking by on the other side, and a walkway between buildings also has a new wall around it. [Radar Online]
  • Today is the day: A judge is expected to make a decision in the David Letterman blackmail case: will Robert "Joe" Halderman get his charges dismissed? [AP]
  • An anonymous TV producer on Mariah Carey hobnobbing at the Golden Globes: "You'd think that her work in Precious, which was impressive for Mariah, would stand on its own and maybe land her some more jobs, but working with someone who you know will be easy to work with is something I certainly consider. Not sure she'd top my list." [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Demi Moore skipped the Golden Globes; "Feeling sick and having a bad hair day!" she Tweeted. [Gatecrasher]
  • Charlie Sheen and his wife are both heading to Aspen today. Separately. [Radar Online]
  • Lady Gaga and Florence and the Machine both have three Brit Awards nominations. GaGa sold more singles than any other artist in the UK in 2009! [BBC News]
  • Lady Gaga teamed up with old-school rapper Gandmaster Melle Mel on a book/CD project for kids. [Page Six]
  • It's true: January Jones left an after-party at the Chateau Marmont with Jeremy "Mercury Poisoning" Piven. "What happened after that? It's anyone's guess." [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Jersey Shore kids The Situation, Snooki and J-Woww acted "obnoxious, pushy and entitled" on a flight from LAX to JFK. [Page Six]
  • Even thought Alexander Skarsgård said "I'm single!" at a Golden Globes event, shortly afterward, he was seen making out with Kate Bosworth. [NYDN]
  • Chris Pine and Olivia Munn: Broken up. [People]
  • Mischa Barton — currently playing a hooker on Law & Order: SVU — had a birthday party on Sunday night, and she and her friends ate cake. With their bare hands. [NY Post]
  • Uh-oh, Jeff Conaway from Grease, Taxi, and Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew, has been very badly injured after falling down a staircase. Broken hip, broken arm, fractured neck and a brain hemorrhage? Yikes. [TMZ]
  • Brooke Shields, the IRS wants you. And your money. [TMZ]
  • "Uri Geller, the spoon-bending mentalist who was friends with Michael Jackson, is suing CNN for reporting he betrayed Wacko Jacko for $200,000." [Page Six]
  • "Since I've been here last, I've been to Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos, Thailand, Burma, India, Nepal, China, Brunei, Saudi Arabia, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, South Africa, Mali and Senegal. America has a new president, which is interesting in that it sparks a lot of racism in my country. Racism that was dormant or not really that evident is now all over the place in America. These people were always around it wasn't just like, 'Ding! I'll be a racist now!' it's more like, 'Now I've got a microphone!' It's really depressing, so I deal with all of that. If I'm outside of America, I try and make the show more of a global thing where people can plug in, but Barack Obama is such a notable guy. He is articulate and really interesting. He is America's first African American president in a country with such a history of racism. There are right wing pundits in America – talk show hosts and radio people – who have an unbelievable amount of sway in American politics. One of the most famous is Rush Limbaugh, he's an awful guy and makes hundreds of millions of dollars. Barack Obama's administration responded to the Haitian crisis within 24 hours. Here comes the soldiers, here comes the food, go go go... Rush Limbaugh told his multi millions of listeners that Obama only did that to gain favour with black people in America. This is the kind of idiocy that I have to deal with in my country. I can't not put that on stage." — Henry Rollins. Lots more at the link. [Dazed Digital]
  • "I was worried about the Paul McCartney line but then he came backstage and hugged me and said he loved it, so that was OK. Never piss off a Beatle - rule 1." — Ricky Gervais on his Golden Globe joke about Sir Paul. [The Sun]
  • "[Being away filming on location] is the hardest thing and it something that doesn't get any easier, it gets harder because the kids are more conscious of time, they understand, they love routine and they love to know where they're at. If dad comes home and gives them their bath and that's all they see of them, they're okay with that… but there's this overriding feeling that I could disappear, and that's difficult. It was lovely when my family came to visit the set. I hadn't seen them in five weeks and they came over the little hill in their Liverpool tops, because they thought it would cheer me up!" — Clive Owen. [Mirror]
  • "I hope that girls don't read the article, look at the decisions that Heidi made, and think that's normal. She was quoted as saying that [practically] every celebrity in Hollywood has these procedures done, every day… And that's just not true. I would never want young girls to read that and think it's the standard that they need to be measured by. If some wrinkles come across my face, sure, I'll get a little Botox, it's not a big deal. I think you should do what you want to do to take care of yourself. I just hope that the girls who look up to us and watch us don't look at what Heidi did as the only way to be successful and beautiful." — Lo Bosworth on Heidi Montag. [ONTD via People]
  • "It's the greatest advice because you know how women can get, you know, that poufy look... and he's like, 'What are you wearing? It makes your butt look like it's as big as a house!'" — Diane Kruger on how Josh Jackson gives fashion advice. [Us Magazine]
  • "It was so much fun, but it was hard. It was really hard, you know, because you didn't want to be bursting out into laughter. And you have to be honest. I had to be honest with people. It's hard to predict [what the show will be like without Simon] ... I hope they get someone who tells the truth." — Mary J. Blige on judging American Idol. [Us Magazine]