Tiger's Mistress Demands Apology; Elizabeth Edwards Jokes About John's Cheating

  • Pornstar/Tiger Woods mistress Joslyn James watched his apology live today at a press conference with lawyer Gloria Allred. James said she still wants, "An apology, one that was meaningful and that meant something, and I didn't hear none of that..."
  • "I would be open to a telephoned apology from Tiger but I really feel that I deserve to look at him in person, face to face, in the eyes because I did not deserve this." James added, "Tiger pursued me over time and I fell in love with him and he told me he loved me," then choked up. [E!]
  • Several of Tiger Woods' other mistresses are planning to cash in on his apology by making paid public appearances in the next few days. [Radar]
  • Sources say Tiger Woods tried to convince Elin Nordegren to appear by his side at the press conference, but she refused. [Radar]
  • Nike released a statement saying, "Tiger has apologized and made his position clear. Nike fully supports him and his family. We look forward to him returning to golf." What a suprise! [TMZ]
  • Several paparazzi agencies told TMZ that despite what Tiger Woods said at his press conference, they intend to keep photographing his family (obvs). "He dug his own grave. It became a huge story because of him," said a paparazzo. [TMZ]
  • During her first appearance since announcing she's leaving John Edwards, Elizabeth Edwards was asked, "If you could change one thing in your life, what would it be?" Elizabeth laughed and said "I know the answer…I think you do, too." [Radar]
  • Are you shocked to learn that Jesus Luz isn't a real DJ? Clubs pay him to DJ because of his connection to Madonna, but a source reveals, "Jesus plays pre-mixed CDs and just pretends as if he's mixing. The crazy thing is that he doesn't even have the up-to-date equipment!" [Radar]
  • Sean Penn was charged with criminal battery and vandalism today for allegedly kicking a paparazzo and breaking his camera in October. If convicted, Penn could be jailed for one and a half years. [TMZ]
  • Nas plead not guilty to contempt of court today. Kelis filed a contempt motion because she claims he owes her $200,000 in child and spousal support. If convicted, he could go to jail. [TMZ]
  • The chef who was in Michael Jackson's house the day he died has filed a creditor's claim against his estate. She says she missed two paychecks for the month Michael died totaling $8,000. [TMZ]
  • The district attorney prosecuting Charlie Sheen for domestic violence says he won't stop or slow down his case because Brooke Mueller is in rehab. [Radar]
  • Gerard Depardieu says the debate about him playing Afro-Caribbean author Alexandre Dumas is "not interesting" and "not a problem." [AP]
  • in an interview with Radar, Michael Lohan and Kate Major said they believe Jon Gosselin staged the break in at his apartment and he's probably broke. "If Jon was smart... and I don't think he is smart, he would listen to what TLC tells him to do now," said Major. "I think once Jon was deposed, from what I've heard, settling was his last option. I don't think he had any other choice." [Radar]
  • Sources say Anderson Cooper took his boyfriend to Il Sole restaurant on Valentine's Day, and last night he was canoodling at the same restaurant with another man. [Perez]
  • James Madison University created a Facebook page to promote an upcoming appearance by Snooki, but university officials had to step in after, "The Facebook page became a place where students wrote positive comments about the violent guy that punched Snooki and how she deserved it. Their comments were cruel not only about Snooki but also directed toward the students that were excited that Snooki was coming." [Radar]
  • Zachary Loring, the fan Audrina Patridge has a permanent restraining order against, was arrested this morning after he started pounding on her door. Police sources say he had a large knife on him at the time — scary! [TMZ]
  • Jesse James was just reunited with his dog Cinnabun, and he says when he took her to the veterinarian he found out that "someone beat the Hell out of her." James said, "I don't care about all that, I'm just glad to have her back." [Radar]
  • Cinnabun also has a respiratory infection, but she was up and walking today after visiting the vet. [TMZ]
  • When Rihanna turns 22 tomorrow she'll celebrate with a "private and intimate" party thrown by her beau Matt Kemp. "(Matt) really wanted to do something nice for Rihanna this year since she didn't have much of a 21st birthday last year," said a source, who revealed that the party will involve "closest friends, good Jamaican food, a photo booth, dancing and a nice cake." [E!]
  • After someone accused Lily Allen on Twitter of "slagging off" during the Brit Awards even though she won an award, she wrote, "It's a TV show, a vehicle created for pop acts to sell more records at a difficult time of year. Don't delude yourself." [The Sun]
  • This new Tonight Show promo uses the Beatles lyric, "Get back to where you once belonged" to promote Jay Leno's return to the show. That's not how you win over Team Coco. [Deadline]
  • Hugh Jackman is in Shanghai shooting scenes for director Wayne Wang's Snow Flower and the Secret Fan, in which his character sings in Chinese. He said the movie's Chinese producer didn't understand what he was saying. "I sang it and the very first couple of syllables she was like, 'great,' and then gradually she said like, 'what?'" he said. [AP]
  • Best headline of the week: "McConaughey Wows Lesbians In Texas Gay Bar" [Contact Music]
  • Ryan O'Neal says he's repaired his relationship with Tatum O'Neal since Farrah Fawcett's death. "It's so nice to see her again. I've missed her terribly and that's a big step for me and her," he said. [Extra]
  • Kristen Stewart says she doesn't think Breaking Dawn should be in 3-D because there's a bloody birthing scene in it. "Also, you don't want Renesmee to be scary. You don't want her to fly into your face," she said. [MTV]
  • When Bryan Batt hosted an event caleld Cabaret Gourmet recently, the press release said he's "currently" starring on Mad Men, but Batt says that doesn't mean he's back for season four. "No, no, it's all status quo, even though I have people lighting candles and the whole nine yards. The press release must say 'currently starring' because the DVD of season three is coming out soon." He said of the Facebook campaign to get him back on the show, "I think it's lovely, are you kidding? I think it's fantastic." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Kim Cattrall says there's no connection between her and Samantha on Sex and the City. "I don't think it's me. There's a clear separation. I can't relate to it in the way other people do," she said. "People used to ask me to come and speak to women about sex issues and relationships and women running businesses. That's not what I do - I am none of those things. It's a character! I got an award and joked 'This is what I got for sleeping with so many men'. People believed that, even though it was a joke." [Daily Express]
  • Kirsten Dunst isn't a fan of all the fur on the runway this year. "You know what, I don't hate on people that wear fur, obviously, but I just, as an actress I know that I repre - like, people go, 'Oh, she looks cool in that,' and it's not my fave. I don't want animals being killed for - it's not my favorite thing," she said. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • "When you do the kind of comedy I do, you just have to assume that half the people will always miss the joke. There will be as many people who hate you as like you. There are people who hate The Office and don't know why it's called a comedy, or they despise my stand-up and think I'm an awful, homophobic, racist jerk. They don't get that it's satire. But you mustn't worry about that. Otherwise you'd just water down everything to be as safe and anodyne as possible. I embrace the fact that as many people hate me as like me. That's what's fun about it." — Ricky Gervais [Vanity Fair]
  • Q: How has the landscape changed for African-Americans on television since you first started out? Sinbad: "I don't think the landscape has changed much at all. We're in another wasteland. It's a shame that we're even having this conversation in 2010. It's like they're discovering new colors. Now the new flavor is Latin. Next new flavor will probably be Asian. It's a shame they can't figure out that, it's all, it's all the same thing. It's all actors. Look at this country, even with a black president … it sparked a revolution on the Republican side that's funny as hell. They give themselves code names - the Tea Party, the Real America. I crack up. My thing is this: Not much has changed in Hollywood. Hollywood's not a progressive place. Everyone likes to think that Hollywood is hip, but it's not hip at all. Black actors, black actresses, they're fighting to find parts. Name me five black actresses working right now... You can't." [N.Y. Magazine]