Madonna & Jesus Are Splitsville; Angelina's "Stressed"

  • A moment of silence: Madonna and Jesus Luz are broken up.

It was amicable, and it was Jesus who did the dumping. Maybe his DJ career is taking off? [Sun Times]

  • Victoria Beckham tells Glamour she doesn't get jealous of all the ladies drooling over her husband: "I look at David and I think, 'He's so handsome and I'm so lucky to have him as a husband'. And he's an amazing father. I don't blame people for looking at him and finding him attractive. I mean, I do." [The Sun]
  • Jessica Simpson was at the hospital, because her Nana was having a tumor removed, and while there, Jess went on a search for "some hot doctors." She posted a quote to her Twitter which read: "You can fake an orgasim but you can't fake laughter." Later, she added: "one of the cute doctors here at the hospital informed me of my misspelled tweet. Hmm ... was he hitting on me?" [People]
  • Is Taylor Swift overexposed?Her handlers are worried that she might be. She's headed to tour in Australia and her manager says: "The Australian dates had been planned all along, but it actually worked out great… The next time you see her will likely be on the Academy of Country Music awards in April. During that time, we're going to have a new video, but as far as the talking head of Taylor Swift, that one's gone into hiding for a little bit, at least on this continent." [USA Today]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow asked Paul McCartney to write about his Meat Free Monday campaign for Goop. [Daily Express]
  • Now we know what is really going on with Angie: Us called in a handwriting expert, and the headline here is: "Angelina Jolie's Signature Shows Signs Of Stress." Maybe because someone is shoving something for her to autograph in her face? Her "large beginning letters" indicate "confidence and a healthy ego." But: "The long extended final stroke of her last name 'can add up to feeling pressured, with a need to protect oneself.'" [Us Magazine]
  • Bruce Vilanch says that Brad and Angelina were annoyed by the "nostril cam" at last year's Oscars. "Brad asked, ''Any chance we could kick it and break it?'" [Page Six]
  • An army of celebs congregated in Hollywood to record the new "We Are The World" track for Haiti earthquake relief. Names, sweetie, names! Celine Dion, Jennifer Hudson, Justin Bieber, Vince Vaughn, Kanye West and Amber Rose, Julianne Hough, will.i.am, Wyclef Jean, T-Pain, Randy Jackson, Gladys Knight, Brandy, Keri Hilson, Faith Evans, Rob Thomas, Nancy Wilson, Nicole Scherzinger, Harry Connick Jr, Katharine McPhee, Robin Thicke, Josh Groban and India.arie. And maybe Miley Cyrus, Bono, Lady Gaga and Sheryl Crow. [Us Magazine]
  • Mary Hart was one of the only broadcast journalists in the recording studio for "We Are The World," and had "the most incredible night." For whatever reason, 3D is being used for the video and participant Barbra Streisand joked, "What's my nose going to look like [in 3D]?" [ET]
  • More behind the scenes "We Are The World" stuff here; apparently when Quincy Jones was deciding who would get solos, Maroon 5's Adam Levine said, "Life is like high school." Rob Thomas added: "You wonder who's going to get picked for which team." [Showbiz 411]
  • "In all, more than 70 stars lent their voices to the song, and they all seemed in awe of each other. 'As celebrities, we're fans of one another, so we're all looky-looing in there, and getting autographs and numbers,' said Natalie Cole." [Reuters]
  • Here's a video of LL Cool J talking about "We Are The World," and saying: "I think it's wonderful. I think it's great. They're hurting right now and if we can help in a creative way, that's a good thing. You know, we should help each other." [Radar Online]
  • Music Mogul LA Reid's post-Grammy dinner included Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Nicole Richie, Joel Madden and Glee's Matthew Morrison. [People]
  • Jamie Foxx's post-Grammy party sounds epic. [Gatecrasher]
  • Charlize Theron just broke up with Stuart Townsend and has already been spotted with a "mystery man." [Page Six]
  • The legal battle being waged by Jennifer Lopez's ex, Ojani Noa, is so ridiculous, it doesn't deserve commentary. [Page Six]
  • At the link, Colin Firth eloquently describes the risks involved and the "invisible boundaries" gay actors must deal with. [Mirror]
  • Whoops! Nude photos of Snooki: For sale. She took them herself, but she's not the one offering them up for money… [Radar Online]
  • Behold: A picture of JWoww smoking an electronic cigarette at a Lakers game. [Radar Online]
  • Oooh, could the cast of Jersey Shore be headed to Italy? Producers have called cast members to make sure they have valid passports. [TMZ]
  • The first hour of the final season of Lost was "leaked" online, and fans are refusing to watch the footage, preferring to wait for hi-def and surround sound. [Reuters]
  • While we're on the subject of Lost, here's a video of Josh Holloway, aka Sawyer, talking about the last season… while the wind blows his flaxen tresses around. [USA Today]
  • Also: If you search Kayak.com you can find an option to book Lost's Oceanic Flight 815. [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Here, random celebs weigh in on Lost. Al Roker says: "I would love to see Mr. Eko come back, and what's the deal with the black smoke? And what was the point of the time-space continuum?" [NY Post]
  • Kathy Griffin and Anderson Cooper are totes BFF and Kath even had lunch with Coop's mom, Gloria Vanderbilt. [E!]
  • Kourtney Kardashian took her newborn son to Ryan Seacrest's radio show, and Seacrest said: "Is baby ready to feed? He's looking for your breast." Which makes for awkward radio. [Us Magazine]
  • Diane Kruger, who is divorced from French actor Guillaume Canet, has no plans to marry Joshua Jackson: "Been there, done that." [USA Today]
  • Michael Lohan's ex Erin Muller allegedly kicked him in the head and called him (a violation of the restraining order). She denies this, but in any case, all the charges Lohan brought against Muller had been dropped so maybe we can stop hearing about it. [Radar Online]
  • Some random source says Spencer Pratt isn't thrilled with Heidi Montag's cosmetic surgery. "He loved how Heidi looked before this surgery," a "friend" says. "Because she's still swollen and the surgery hasn't settled yet, he's a bit shocked." [MSNBC via Life & Style]
  • The concept of Matthew Broderick's new show sounds like it's a cheesy movie from the '70s in which Steve Martin or Richard Pryor would star. [ONTD via Hollywood Reporter]
  • The man who bailed out Gary Coleman has released a parody poking fun at Gary Coleman. That doesn't seem right. [Radar Online]
  • Reebok is sending Pauly D to the Super Bowl. Why? That is not clear. [TMZ]
  • If you have $4 million, you can buy the house from the opening credits of Full House. [NY Post]
  • "I went down to the district attorney here in New York and met with some great young women down the… it was fascinating to see the world down there compared to something like Hewes and Associates, which is very glamorous and prestigious. Not that the D.A. is not prestigious, but it's a completely different work environment. And the people that are coming in and out, there were all sorts. It was very interesting. Part of the fun of being an actor is the research." — Damages actress Rose Byrne. [LA Times]
  • "I think it was [the late comedian] George Carlin who said, 'The job of a comedian is to know where the line is and to step over it. We will dictate where that line is and where it should be. If you swear in a book, you're some kind of clever guy. If you swear in a poem, 'Oh, how dangerous he is.' You swear in a song, 'Oh my God, what a groundbreaker!' You swear as a comedian, and you're a vulgarian and foul-mouthed. When did this happen? Who's doing the judging? I don't offend, that's not my job. My job is to make people laugh ... There's a lot of deep and desperate unfairness been going on." — Billy Connolly. [UPI]
  • "I made a fool of myself the first day of shooting. I got to my trailer and I saw this huge crowd of girls screaming. I stopped and was kind of having a moment. Then I turned around, and Chace [Crawford] was behind me, and that's who they were freaking out for." — 50 Cent, on his new film, Twelve. [Gatecrasher]
  • I've had days here and there where I would get discouraged because I wasn't a big star, but I've made a living ever since I was 27. Not a great living, but enough for me. I think actually being able to pay my rent and eat and perform is enough, and I did that for many years. Then I had some good years in there too, where I made pretty good money. But I'm at a different point in my career now – I can kind of sit back and let things come to me, whereas when I was younger I had to be a lot more aggressive… The reality is it's harder for women after 40, but I started working at 40. I'm a character actress and my particular brand is more mature, so I had to wait until my age caught up with the tricks in my little arsenal." — Jane Lynch. [Mirror]
  • "I got a black belt in music. Roc-A-Fella. I don't really have to speak on that. The last person I signed before the Blak Roc was Kanye. And movies I got a blue belt. I haven't got that Oscar yet, but I've worked with Oscar winners and shit like that. With that said, in this building we do the music, merch, videos, websites, books, magazines, we got the gallery, we do the radio stations - everything. And we still making movies. I'm making a documentary with Mos [Def] on the black punk rock group from the 70's called Death. We call it the 24-hour Karate School, because it never closes, you have artists, skateboarders, filmmakers, all under the same roof." — Damon Dash on DD172, his "flop house" for artists, musicians, producers, skateboarders and filmmakers. [Dazed Digital]
  • "I travel a fair amount, and when I'm here in LA, everything revolves around the kids. So if I'm not working, I go to the school and help serve lunches to the children. They just love that. It's like 'Oh, there's Mummy serving me.'" — Victoria Beckham. [Mirror]
  • "My body is slammin'. It's frustration and starvation." — Kathy Griffin. [Us Magazine]
  • "Tiger Woods' problems come from him being married. The end. It has nothing to do with control. If Tiger Woods was a single guy, what sort of angle would there be to a text message? If Tiger Woods was single, and he texted a girl and said 'I wanna wear your ass like a hat', why would that ever hit the news? I can text whatever I want to anybody in the world; I'm not married I write a lot of dirty text messages to girls, and you've never seen any of them. Why? Because if a girl brought a dirty text message from me to the newspapers, they'd say 'I don't have an angle here. Someone wants to wear your a— like a hat? Big deal. He's 32 years old. He's a single guy. If John Mayer has a wife and sends dirty texts, then we got a story.'" — Your friend John Mayer. [MSNBC News]
  • "All actresses have someone working for them called a Vanity Person. Their job is to make sure that you look good at all times during filming. Most normal actors only have one person doing this job. But on Sex and the City all the stars had two. Except for Kim Cattrall, who had three!" — Chris Noth is on team SJP. [Pop Wrap]
  • "I love fashion, and that's how I express myself… I think about [what I'm going to wear] before I go to bed at night. When I dress in a certain way and do my hair and makeup in a certain way, it's not to get attention. I'm not a supermodel. I make the best of what I've got. I work out to look the best that I can, but I'm no Gisele." — Victoria Beckham, to Glamour. [Daily Mail]

[Image by Steven Klein via W Magazine.]