Madonna Finds A New Man, Sandra Says She's Not Winning An Oscar, And Jessica Alba Thinks Your Princess Mentality Is "Crap"

  • Madonna is reportedly already moving on from Jesus Luz, "flirting outrageously" with 24-year-old model Jon Kortajarena at the premiere of A Single Man. Says a source: "She is going to invite him to some social events in New York." [DailyMail]
  • During a radio interview, Samantha Ronson explained that she'd been kicked out of a club recently because "a certain somebody" was throwing cigarette butts at her all night. [TMZ]
  • Meanwhile, Michael Lohan says he and his wife, Dina, tried to hold interventions for Lindsay to no avail, and that he'll continue to speak out about the dangers of prescription drugs, for "maybe when I was saying this a year ago about Lindsay, to Lindsay, even publicly, if people were listening- if the Casey Johnsons, if the Brittany Murphys, if the Heath Ledgers, if the Adam Goldsteins- if they heard how I was so anti-prescription drugs …maybe it would have had an effect." [RadarOnline]
  • Jay-Z believes that Susan Boyle should have her own clothing line: "Everybody wants a piece of her and the market for her is huge. I could see her with her own clothing range. Sure, why not? She'll appeal to women of a certain age. They'll see an ordinary person who made the best of herself. It'll give them hope." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Sandra Bullock doesn't have her hopes up for next month's Academy Awards ceremony, stating: "I am so not winning an Oscar." [People]
  • Courtney Love says that she's been exploited by several people over the years: "Why did I have no money? The simple answer to that is because I'm a widow and because I'm a woman. I get exploited. Not when I'm playing music. But financially, very much so." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Sheryl Crow is set to do a multiple-episode guest spot on Cougar Town. [UPI]
  • Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi says she hopes the second season of Jersey Shore takes place in Miami. Also? She has a new boyfriend, and, as expected: ""He is actually a body builder and works at the gym." [RadarOnline]
  • Meanwhile, Jenni "JWoww" Farley is hoping to go through another round of breast enlargement surgery: "She wants to get it done as soon as possible to be ready for the new season," says a source. [PageSix]
  • Blind Item!: "Which actor wants an entourage in his bedroom? He's been asking his various girlfriends to suggest guys who could join them in the sack." [PageSix]
  • Leonard Cohen has been forced to postpone his European tour due to a back injury. [Reuters]
  • Charlie Sheen's car was stolen and crashed into a ravine last Friday. As Sheen explains: "How do I put this? Somebody stole it from my driveway and then pushed it off a cliff," Sheen said with a chuckle. That's pretty much it in a nut shell and it's an interesting way to start your day! Luckily nobody was hurt." [Extra]
  • Lily Allen says she suffers from body dysmorphic disorder and notes that fashion stylists made her feel bad about her body when she was younger by trying to fit her into sample sizes: "You can't fit into them, and they're rolling their eyes at you as if it's your fault. Hold on a second, I'm a pop star, not a model. Don't make me feel s*** for not being really skinny and having an eating disorder." [DailyMail]
  • Mitch Winehouse, Amy Winehouse's father, wonders if it's his fault that his daughter is having trouble: "‘Maybe if I had been firmer with Amy. Maybe I was too firm. We did the best that we could in our own limited way. We encouraged our children, we didn't bully them and we didn't hit them . . . maybe we could have done better, I don't know." [DailyMail]
  • "I wrote a book on girls and self-esteem and what I keep hearing again and again is that young women want to see variety. This year, we're going to see our most diverse Oscars red carpet in years. We should see that respected on television and in our magazine covers. The sad part is that we are only talking about two young black actresses, Zoe and Gabourey. If the criteria to be considered for the cover of Vanity Fair is the actresses must have a body of work behind them – then the question is, where are all the mainstream roles for the terrific and qualified young actresses – black, Hispanic, Asian, Indian? Where are they?"—Shaun Robinson of Access Hollywood on the recent Vanity Fair cover scandal. [AccessHollywood]
  • A 41-year old man named Marek Daniluk has been charged with harassing Keira Knightley. [Mirror]
  • "I love writing songs. But then, going beyond that, I find it a little bit difficult, the sort of opening myself up to everything that's attached to it in the music business generally, the expectations and pressures that are put onto you. Some people love all of the trimmings and everything that comes with that. But I happen to not be one of those people."-Sade [NYTimes]
  • Andrew Shue of Melrose Place and Amy Robach of the Today show were married in New York City on Saturday. [People]
  • Jessica Alba has spoken out about the woman who claims she plans to get surgery to make herself look more like Alba, for her boyfriend's benefit, noting: ""I think you should never have to change yourself like that. If somebody loves you, they'll love you no matter what. [NYDN]
  • "I don't think I've ever been happier. It's like the older I get, the better I get. Gravity and wrinkles are fine with me. They're a small price to pay for the new wisdom inside my head and my heart. If my breasts fall down to the floor and everything starts to sag and becomes hideous and gross, I won't worry. I'll just stop appearing in front of the camera. That's fine with me because I love producing and directing."-Drew Barrymore [ShowbizSpy]
  • Kate Middleton's father is considering stepping back from running his business, which some perceive as a sign that he wants to concentrate on planning a royal wedding between his daughter and Prince William. [Telegraph]
  • "I had my Beatles moment. Ladies and gentlemen, I can't believe I get to say this, but here is... the DUUUDE!' ROOOOARR. It was surreal. Like performing to a sea of bowling pins and booze. Weird. Oh, God. The fact that there are these people keeping that movie alive."-Jeff Bridges, on attending a Lebowski festival. [TimesOnline]
  • "There's this mentality that you need the big dress and the big day - the day every girl gets to be a princess. I didn't agree with any of that. This tradition of obeying your husband like he's your king? It's a load of crap. Love and honour, yes. But you should love and honor yourself too, and all your friends."-Jessica Alba