Madonna's Juggling Men, Baldwin Rushed To Hospital, Mayer Breaks Down

  • Madonna is allegedly seeing three men right now:

Jesus Luz, Alex Rodriguez and Carlos Leon. In fact, you can see pix of her in Brazil with Hay-SOOS at the link. Where does she find the time? [The Sun]

  • "Madonna spent an hour talking about helping Brazil's poor children with a man who could become the country's next president. He came away wowed by her youthful appearance." [AP]
  • Alec Baldwin was rushed to the hospital last night after a caller — perhaps his 14-year-old daughter Ireland — called 911 and claimed he was "unresponsive." He was examined for an hour and then released, and right now that is all we know. Be well, Jack Donaghy! We can't lose you! [People]
  • Angelina Jolie has purchased a 200-year-old olive tree "for" Brad Pitt. It cost £12,000 and will be placed in the gardens at Chateau Mirval. This paper notes: "Given that olive trees are a symbol for peace and longevity, it couldn't be a clearer message from the Tomb Raider pin-up — she's actually boring." [The Sun]
  • Yesterday, at a show in Nashville, John Mayer stopped playing and got choked up as he said: "I quit the media game. I'm out. I'm done. I just want to play my guitar." Also, you know how he Tweeted, "They don't make rehab centers for being an a-hole"? I'd just like to point out that therapy is an option. [E!]
  • Penelope Cruz in the fourth Pirates Of The Caribbean movie? That ought to shiver some timbers. [Reuters]
  • Lindsay Lohan won't be able to attend the Vienna Opera Ball as 77-year-old Richard Lugner's date. [AP]
  • Holy crap, have you seen Lindsay Lohan as Jesus on the cover of Purple? [Purple]
  • Lady Gaga, Meryl Streep and Sigourney Weaver were among those who trudged through the snowstorm last night to attend an amfAR gala to raise money to fight HIV/AIDS and honor Natasha Richardson, who was dedicated to the charity. Gaga performed covered in pearls and white body paint; Streep sang an Irish song a capella. [AP]
  • The new "We Are The World" will include a Michael Jackson/Janet Jackson duet. They're using his old vocal from the original 1985 recording. Some are calling it "emotional," but what it is is "weird." Like those commercials where Fred Astaire danced with a vacuum. Just because you can doesn't mean you should. Let the dead rest in peace. [Showbiz 411]
  • Today is the day a judge decides if Joe Jackson can use Michael Jackson's medical records as part of a wrongful death lawsuit. [AP]
  • Though he's supposedly dating Renée Zellweger, Bradley Cooper swears that the only woman he is spending Valentine's Day with is his mother. "That's it," he says. [Daily Express]
  • This picture of Ewan McGregor strolling arm in arm with his costar who is not his wife is really getting around. [The Sun]
  • Kate Gosselin went out for wine and dinner last week in NYC and wore a miniskirt and strappy sandals. And this is news. [MSNBC Scoop via Us Weekly]
  • "Exclusive Interview: Young Guys Are Checking Out Kate Gosselin, Says Her Hairdresser." [Radar Online]
  • "Real" "housewife" Kelly Bensimon is dating chef Sam Talbot. [Page Six]
  • Rihanna's new video, "Rude Boy," feels like an MIA clip, except with a taxidermy lion. And some Keith Haring-esque paint. [Rap Radar]
  • Kid Cudi has apologized to the dude he allegedly punched at a concert last year and has blamed it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol. [TMZ]
  • Ellen's talk show will stay on NBC through the 2013-2014 season. [Variety]
  • Jersey Shore's Vinny couldn't make it to a Yale University event to raise money for kids with cancer because of the snow storm, but sent a video message, which you can view at the link. Warning: It's not interesting. [TMZ]
  • Rachael Ray's pit bull, Isaboo, may have to be put to sleep. The dog recently ripped another dog's ear off while on a walk in NYC. [Radar Online]
  • Actress Zhang Ziyi is being attacked online by for allegedly failing to pay the donations she pledged to survivors of the 2008 Sichuan earthquake. [AFP]
  • Grey's Anatomy actress Leven Rambin, 19, is engaged to film producer Geoff Clark, 28, and she says: "Little did Geoff know that I was praying for him to propose. I knew I wanted it to happen." [People]
  • Once, at a Hollywood party, That '70s Show star Topher Grace accepted what he thought was a breath mint from a fellow partier. "I didn't know what was happening," he says. "My friend said, 'Are you okay?' and I said 'No, I think I'm fine, but I can touch colors. Should I get naked?'" [Gatecrasher via Lopez Tonight]
  • Hot damn: 51-year-old Sade should have the number 1 album on the charts next week, and Soldier Of Love could sell between 375,000 and 400,000 copies. In this market, that's great. Smooth operator! [Billboard, The Life Files]
  • The fifth season of Friday Night Lights will be the last. [EW]
  • Fox has greenlighted a movie based on the hit TV series 24. [NYDN]
  • "I've owned up to the mistakes I've made and I never claimed to be perfect. All I ask is that that she no longer dwell on the past; and instead, let's move on with our lives while providing our son the best possible care. Jeffrey does not deserve to grow up knowing that his mom used her notoriety to paint an inaccurate picture of his dad for the world to see. If not for me, it's time to move on for the sake of our son." — Sherri Shepherd's ex-husband, Jeff Tarpley, is pissed that she "drags his name through the mud" on The View. [Radar Online]
  • "I felt like when I read the script, it was at the right place for me. ... I had so much experience to bring to the role. It was the kind of romantic comedy that didn't feel typical, and the script was so funny." — Jennifer Lopez on her oh-so-original new flick, The Back-Up Plan. [USA Today]
  • "I committed to an endgame scenario that these people might change in some way. That the events of their life would affect them. Which is actually something that you don't deal with in drama. You can deal with it in a play - at the end of Hamlet, everyone is definitely dealing with some consequences, but in serialized drama, nothing. No one grows. No one changes. They can't." — Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner. [NY Mag]
  • "I proposed for a guy once. I was working the Georgia Shakespeare Festival. I was an intern and we had a pre-show. This guy — I had to call his girlfriend up on stage, read her a sonnet and say: 'He wants your hand in marriage.' She said yes, but I was shaking!" — Jennifer Garner. [Reuters]
  • "I'm an ordained minister in the state of Nevada and I married two couples. It was terrifying!" — Ashton Kutcher. [Reuters]