Blake & Amy Will Remarry; Gabourey Discusses Exclusion From Vanity Fair Cover

  • Blake Fielder-Civil says he and ex-wife of seven months Amy Winehouse are planning to remarry. "Amy's wearing the Tiffany ring I bought for her three years ago, again. We've been meeting up and talking about the old times," he says.
  • Blake continued, "We'll get married again one day. But I don't think we'll run away to get married on a beach. This time I'd like it it to be a proper wedding with both our families there. Both me and Amy know we will be together some time in the future." [Digital Spy]
  • In the video at the link, Mischa Barton smokes something that "may or may not be a cigarette" in the front seat of a convertible with an unidentified man, then drives erratically on the streets of L.A. [Radar]
  • The sister of Joslyn James, the woman who claims she was impregnated by Tiger Woods twice, says, "My sister may have had a miscarriage because she suffered those before but I do not believe anything else she said." [Radar]
  • Tiger Woods held a meeting in a bungalow he owns in his gated community to discuss returning to golf for the Tavistock Cup next month. [TMZ]
  • Elin Nordegren is reportedly refusing to move back in with Tiger Woods. "Tiger wants her to move back home with him but so far she has said no," said a source. "She's not ready and she just doesn't trust him." [Radar]
  • Dawhone Perry, a Florida dance teacher who taught Britney Spears before she was famous, was arrested for allegedly having sex with a student hundreds of times when she was underage. [UPI]
  • Lionel Richie says of Nicole Richie's engagement, "I am not sure who is luckier, Nicole and Joel to have each other, or me, to have both of them in my life. I cannot wait to give away the bride!" [People]
  • Stolen, the first film in which Jon Hamm has a leading role, will be released by IFC OnDemand on March 3 and in theaters on March 12. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • James Van Der Beek, who also stars in Stolen, says he doesn't think there will be a Dawson's Creek reunion. "We did the reunion show at the end of the run. We flashed forward five years, and did that. I think those characters are too media-savvy to do it again," he said. [OK]
  • Suri Cruise was spotted carrying an $850 Salvatore Ferragamo handbag. [Us]
  • Candi Holyfield has dropped her temporary protective order against Evander Holyfield and says, "There is no anger and resentment between Evander and myself... At present we are trying to make the best decision and find the best route for our relationship and marriage." [Radar]
  • A judge ordered Beyonce's father Matthew Knowles to pay $8,200 a month in child support to Alexsandra Wright for her son Nixon. Knowles claims he isn't the father and is scheduled to take a DNA test on March 1. [TMZ]
  • Tila Tequila and Shawne Merriman have settled the lawsuits they filed against each other for an undisclosed sum. [TMZ]
  • Kim Kardashian stars in Carl's Jr. commercials, but she and Reggie Bush drove through In-N-Out Burger this weekend. Scandalous... and understandable. [TMZ]
  • Kevin Eubanks won't be joining Jay Leno when he returns to The Tonight Show. A source say he "wanted a change" so he's leaving to "pursue other opportunities." [Extra]
  • Virginia resident Sissy Spacek met with state legislators today to push new tax incentive for filmmaking in the state. "I just think it's time for Virginia to get a piece of the pie," said Spacek. [Washington Post]
  • "Bad"-themed artwork will be installed at the entrance to the Brooklyn subway station where the music video was filmed as a tribute to Michael Jackson. [UPI]
  • Adam Lambert stopped a performance in New York and told an audience member, "Can you get off your phone?! You're yelling into it ... wait, sorry, we're going to start over." He continued, "You're not watching TV honey ... it's a live show." [TMZ]
  • Paula Deen is in talks to appear on American Idol. [E!]
  • Jersey Shore shocker: Two "guidettes" aren't actually Italian. J-WOWW says she's "Spanish and Irish" and Snooki is Chilean. [Fox News]
  • Liam Gallagher snubbed his brother Noel Gallagher when accepting a Brit Award for the Oasis record (What's The Story) Morning Glory. [The Sun]
  • Lady Gaga won Brit Awards for best international female, breakthrough act, and best international album. [BBC]
  • "I will always have a child in me. That is what Pete [Jackson] has got, what a lot of the directors I have worked with have. It is about knowing how to have fun – and that is something I always want to hold on to." — Saoirse Ronan [The Telegraph]
  • Carnie Wilson says Chynna Phillips, who entered rehab for anxiety this weekend, is "going to be fine. Anyone that goes into rehab needs help. She knows how much I love her. She's my lifelong friend and my oldest friend. I wish her all the best in her recovery." [People]
  • Katherine Heigl is ShoWest's female star of the year. "Her ever-present charm and innate talent have made Heigl's transition from TV screen to silver screen seemingly effortless," said ShoWest managing director Robert Sunshine. "Her comedic timing and flair for acting are showcased in each of her roles and have captivated audiences around the globe." [Hollywood Reporter]
  • Marlo Thomas, Jerry Seinfeld, Jon Stewart and others will share childhood memories in the upcoming book Growing Up Laughing. [AP]
  • Here's a spoilery interview with Lost's Terry O'Quinn. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Josh Holloway says that after Lost ends, "I have a huge desire to do other things - TV, movies - and I feel like I'm just getting started. It's gonna be a whole new adventure. I'll always keep roots in Hawaii but inevitably, I must go to L.A. - that's where the heart of the business is. It'll be back to the audition room, and I'm game. I don't want straight offers - I want to read for things. I want to prove to myself and to that town that I can go forward. I don't want anything given to me." [People]
  • Anthony Hopkins, who plays the title character's father in Thor says, "I'm very interested in that relationship between fathers and sons. My father's relationship with me was cold. He was a hot-blood character but to me, cold. When I was young, he expressed his disappointment because I was bad in school and all of that. He didn't mean any harm, but I felt I could never meet up to his expectations." [LAT]
  • Hugh Dancy, who plays two gay men in the play The Pride, says, "The tabloid press in the UK is as bad as it gets in terms of many things, but it seems to me that here in the States, there's a particular fascination in terms of unearthing the idea that somebody might be gay. It's not something I understand. It's a strange form of paranoia." [W]
  • Robert Pattinson says he was impressed by how his Remember Me co-star Pierce Brosnan handled attention from fans. "He's totally recognisable, and he makes no effort to tone it down. Some people were glancing over at us in the restaurant, and he just went over and introduced himself. And it does work. It dissipates all the attention," said Pattinson. "Me? I just crawl under the table." [Daily Express]
  • Valerie Harper says of playing Tallulah Bankhead in the play Looped, "The difference between Tallulah's problems and the Hollywood bad girls of today is that some of them are just famous for being bad, and they can't do a damned thing acting-wise. Tallulah, on the other hand, never once missed a show because of her addictions, even though she was an alcoholic who popped pills and did cocaine. There was a joy and fun about her until the end. One of her famous lines was, "Daddy always told me about men and alcohol. He never said a word about women and cocaine." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Maggie Gyllenhaal says she asked Jake Gyllenhaal for advice on how to handle her first Oscar nomination. "He said, 'It's a lot of fun, and enjoy it in that spirit. If you make it too much more than that, you'll probably go astray,'" said Maggie. [People]
  • Gabourey Sidibe is excited that Steve Martin and Alec Baldwin are hosting the Oscars because, "My mom has a crush on Steve Martin, and we used to watch The Jerk pretty much every day. And so I'm really excited that this show will be hosted by Jack Donaghy and the Jerk." [People]
  • Gabourey Sidibe says she too wondered why she wasn't on the cover of Vanity Fair's Young Hollywood issue, even though she was interviewed for an article in the same issue. "Was I satisfied? Yeah, well… I mean, I come from a world where I'm not on covers and I'm not in magazines at all, and so I was happy to be in the magazine," she said. "At first I thought, ‘Hmm, should I be there? Then I very quickly got over it. I think if I were a part of that shoot I would have felt a little left out anyway. I would have felt a little like… whether or not I should have been there... [It] doesn't matter, because I wasn't on it and I'm excited to be mentioned anywhere, and it doesn't matter to me where I'm not mentioned." [Access Hollywood]