Courtney Love's Fight With Lily Allen; Brittany & Casey's Toxicology Reports Released

  • At a NME Awards party last night, Courtney Love and Lily Allen were chatting when suddenly things, "turned really nasty, really aggressive and bitchy," according to a witness, and the two had to be pulled apart by their entourages.
  • As they continued shouting at each other, Love called Allen "little girl" and said, "welcome to the music industry." Allen shouted back, "Why the fuck did you say that to me?" then cried as her boyfriend escorted her out. Apparently Love thought Allen had Tweeted about her situation with Frances Bean Cobain. [Daily Mail, NME]
  • Oh no... it looks like Courtney Love just got around to reading the John Mayer Playboy interview. She Tweeted today: "do you ever feel like spite hate fucking @johncmayer just to put hi in his place, hes a better guitarist than me but not better in bed ! ... but like say your fucking @johncmayer totally throwing him around the room in bits and then you just BAM punch him in the face? good times" [HuffPo]
  • Brittany Murphy's death was officially ruled an accident today after her complete autopsy report revealed that no illegal drugs were in her system. The coroner's report says, "Multiple medications were present in the blood, with elevated levels of hydrocodone, acetaminophen, and chlorpheniramine L-methamphetamine was also present," but, "It should be noted that the pattern of use of these medications suggest treatment of symptoms of a cold or other respiratory infection." [Access Hollywood]
  • There were 24 empty prescription bottles found in Brittany Murphy's home at the time of her death for prevacid, clonazepam, propranolol, vicoprofen, zolpidem, carbamazepine, klonopin, Ativan, hydorocodone (Vicodin) and multiple vitamins. She had three benzodiazapines in her bloodstream that did not match up with prescription bottles found in her name. [TMZ]
  • Casey Johnson's autopsy report was also released today. The report notes she had a history of "possible excess use of Nyquil," but no illegal drugs were found in her system. [TMZ]
  • Angelina Jolie filmed The Tourist at Gare de Lyon train station in Paris today, then had lunch with Maddox and Pax (yesterday she ate with Zahara and Shiloh). A restaurant employee says that during the filming, "She was very nice to everyone, very patient. No fuss, and she is trés jolie... Very pretty." [People]
  • Zahara Jolie-Pitt was spotted wearing a $330 jacket. Don't try to keep up with Suri Cruise, Zahara, it's a game you can't win! [Us]
  • At the link, professional stylists rate 3-year-old Shiloh Jolie-Pitt's new haircut. Celebrity stylist Matthew James Fugate says it "embraces femininity in a style that's not superlong," explaining, "Not all little girls have to look like beauty queens with pageant hair." [Us]
  • Aerosmith announced that Steven Tyler has rejoined the band, and they'll be doing a European tour. In a video on the band's website, Steven Tyler said, "I just auditioned and I got the gig." [AP]
  • Sources say Brooke Mueller has left her second rehab facility so she can be with her kids while Charlie Sheen is in rehab, but she has various rehab professionals living with her. Also at the house: Charlie's mom and dad, Martin Sheen. [TMZ]
  • Jonathan Klein, CEO of Getty Images, says Tiger Woods' people approached him to have a Getty photographer Tiger knew take the picture of him jogging that were released a few days before his public apology. Klein claims Getty made "very little" money from the photo because they agreed to make it available to other wire agencies. [TMZ]
  • PETA won't be running ads featuring Tiger Woods that say, "Too much sex can be a bad thing... for little tigers too. Help keep your cats (and dogs) out of trouble: Always spay or neuter!" because his lawyers threatened to sue. [TMZ]
  • Producer Rob Fusari says that while Beyonce has taken credit for composing "Bootylicious," he was the one who came up with the idea for the song. "I remember watching Barbara Walters interview Beyonce about Bootylicious, and she told Barbara about how she came up with the idea for the track," said Fusari. "I called Mathew [Beyonce's dad/manager] - which was a big mistake; I got emotional, and I apologised after - but I called Mathew and said, 'Mathew, like, why?' He explained to me, in a nice way, he said, 'People don't want to hear about Rob Fusari, producer from Livingston, N.J. No offence, but that's not what sells records. What sells records is people believing that the artist is everything.' And I'm like, 'Yeah, I know, Mathew. I understand the game. But come on, I'm trying too. I'm a squirrel trying to get a nut, too.'" [Daily Express]
  • A source says Reese Witherspoon is dating Hollywood agent Jim Toth, but they're not "exclusive." An eyewitness says after going out to dinner last night, "Jim seemed protective of Reese and made sure that she got into the passenger seat safely," whatever that means. [People]
  • Many stores in the United States, including Borders, are refusing to stock the issue of the British magazine Q with Lady Gaga on the cover. Perez thinks it's because her lower boob is exposed, but it probably has more to do with the strap-on in her pants. [Perez]
  • Cameron Douglas, Michael Douglas' son, was denied bail today. Last month he pleaded guilty to dealing meth and cocaine. [AP]
  • Kim Kardashian would like you to know that Scott Disick is "always at home helping Kourtney," adding that having a baby has, "for sure brought them closer." [US]
  • Kim Kardashian has released a horrifying iPhone app that lets you make a Kim avatar blow kisses, wave, and flirt. [People]
  • Stephanie Vorhees, who was fired on this week's episode of Kell On Earth, is now a broker at Halstead. Her new boss said, "I do not often hire someone without experience, but she showed a certain spark." [N.Y. Observer]
  • Seth Green and girlfriend Clare Grant got engaged on New Year's Eve and plan to marry in May. [E!]
  • Audrina Patridge's boyfriend Ryan Cabrera is filming scenes for The Hills. [Us]
  • Thom Yorke has finally found a name for his new band featuring Flea of Red Hot Chili Peppers and Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich: Atoms For Peace. [NYT]
  • Ellen DeGeneres has signed on as spokeswoman for VitaminWater Zero. [Just Jared]
  • The American Idol judges appeared on Ryan Seacrest's radio show today. Ryan said, "Simon Cowell has this trailer outside. He's got a two-story trailer that used to be Will Smith's." Kara DioGuardi said, "I've got a utility closet. Mine has wires coming down from the ceiling." [E!]
  • Mariana Pasternak, who has been friends with Martha Stewart since she was a Connecticut caterer, wrote a book about their friendship called Best of Friends: Martha and Me. [ET]
  • Hailey Glassman says Jon Gosselin borrowed $200,000 from her and he hasn't paid her back. "I'll give you two options," Hailey said "You can pay me back civilly through our lawyers,or I can take you to court and the judge can give you a court order to pay me back and then you can spend more money on your lawyer." [Radar]
  • Carrie Prejean and Kyle Boller are having their engagement party this weekend and have set a date for their wedding. [Radar]
  • Whitney Houston's publicist tried to cover up for her disasterous performance in Brisbane, Australia saying, "Whitney is in great health and having a terrific time on her tour and with her fans. She said more than 9,000 people attended Houston's show in Brisbane and more than 12,000 were at Acer Arena in Sydney. Her fans were dancing and singing along with her and Whitney appreciates their support." [AP]
  • As part of Uma Thurman's breach of contract lawsuit against the producers of Eloise in Paris, her contract has been made public. It says that no other cast member should be given "more favourable dressing facilities" and she should be allowed to purchase costumes and wigs from the movie at a 50 per cent reduction on cost price. [Daily Express]
  • It seems Gwyneth Paltrow mused in a recent Goop newsletter, "What do you do when you realise that although you may have years of history, and found real value in each other in times past, that you kind of don't like a friend anymore?" and The Telegraph is trying to twist this into Gwyneth being in a feud with Madonna or Stella McCartney. [The Telegraph]
  • Craig Ferguson claims he's going audience free as a "nod to his predecessor, Tom Snyder," but sources say it's actually because he can't afford his audience anymore. While none of the other late night shows pay audience members, an insider claims the show pays about $1,000 a night for 50-60 people to fill seats in the audience. [Radar]
  • Brazil may ban a Devassa Bem Loura beer commercial starring Paris Hilton for being too sexy, though. Paris is wearing a short black dress and rubbing a cold beer can on her body, but the ad actually doesn't seem that scandalous. [Ad Age]
  • Harrison Ford is being criticized by environmentalists for revealing in a recent interview, "Learning to fly was a work of art. I'm so passionate about flying I often fly up the coast for a cheeseburger. Flying is like good music; it elevates the spirit and it's an exhilarating freedom." [Jam!]
  • Q: Are you having a boy or a girl? Bethenny Frankel: "I want to know what I'm having but my fiancé won't let me find out. My fans think it is a boy. They say a girl steals your beauty and I don't look deformed yet." [People]
  • America Ferrera says of playing Ugly Betty, "I've lived with this character who I've loved from day one and I have only grown to feel more connected to her. Her entire journey was about a transformation, kind of coming into her womanhood and owning herself both physically and emotionally." [People]
  • Helena Bonham Carter says her two-year-old daughter Nell was the inspiration for The Red Queen in Alice In Wonderland. "I thought well she's a toddler, because she's got the big head, she's a tyrant - a toddler tyrant, toddlers are tyrants," said Carter. The no sympathy for any other living creature - that's our toddler in fact. No empathy, just commands. She just bosses us around - dictatorship. No please, no thank you. 'Mummy come here' 'Mummy go' 'Mummy! Watch telly.' An another toddler quality - it's all about me, it's all about her, never considers us, ask, ask, ask. So the toddler thing was a big inspiration." [This Is London]
  • Alice In Wonderland is being released in 3-D, but Johnny Depp will never be able to see it. "I'm actually unable to see 3-D," he says. "I've got a weird thing where I don't see properly out of my left eye, so I truly can't see 3-D." [EW]
  • Johnny Depp adds, "My kids actually saw the film because I send them out there in the front lines... and they loved it." [People]
  • Bruce Willis says, "I'm sick of playing cops, that's why I wanted to do Cop Out that was just about funny cops. There's only so many times you can do a scene running down the road with two guns in your hand, screaming and take it seriously. You just start laughing in the middle of the take. This is a buddy comedy and that concept has been around since they've been making films. It's always about a couple of guys that stand between the good guys and the bad guys, but the story is really secondary to just trying to make you laugh." [Parade]
  • Oscar nominee Mo'Nique says, "See, with any of the awards, I don't never feel like I got this, 'cause I think the universe would say, 'Really? So you that special that you already know?'" [Huffington Post]
  • On today's Oprah, she reminded Kirstie Alley of when she said, "I want a booty call with Jamie Foxx. For real. I've always had a bit of a thing for him," then Jamie Foxx showed up on closed-circuit TV and said, "Kirstie ... with Oprah's permission, I'll be your booty call." Awkward! [People]
  • "I know for a fact that if we rehearsed more, all our movies would be better. I know it for a fact, and I've spent my life arguing that. I know every movie in which I've ever been permitted to have rehearsal was always a better movie. I know it, so why doesn't Hollywood get the point? Acting [isn't] competing with other people. In fact, you do the opposite: You prove that you're a trustworthy human being who's not just trying to audition for his next job within a role, you're actually trying to help make the other guy or girl better, because you want the scene to be better, you want the truth that's inherent in the script to be more available to everybody. You're not trying to steal attention, you're trying to pay attention. Those ethics to me are standard. They emanate from an ethic that is the heart of theater." — William Hurt [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Rihanna says her song "Cold Case Love" is about Chris Brown. "It's a song that everybody wanted to hear, everything that I didn't say for the past eight months, exactly how I felt about that relationship and how I feel about it now - that song says it all." [Daily Express]
  • Nelly Furtado says she recorded her new album Mi Plan in Spanish because, "I've always recorded in English, and Portuguese and Spanish — so I just kind of wanted to make a more real gesture, and record a real full-length album in a Latin language. I really want to expand my horizons, and expand my audience. I think now people are exposed to a lot more global sounds. The Internet and iTunes have opened us up to a lot of new music. So I think putting this Spanish album out is actually not that odd. It's just timely, you know." [CNN]
  • Kelly Osbourne says she's excited to be on the cover of Us becuase, "Being on the cover of Us Weekly means you're like a real cover girl, and I didn't do anything bad to make the cover; I did something good! ... I just wish that it said 'How Kelly got healthy' rather than 'How Kelly got thin,' because I'm not thin. I'm just healthy." [E!]
  • Lady Gaga on her diet: "I'm on a very strict healthy pop star diet. I don't eat bread, just vegetables and salad and fish. Eating like that is much better for me anyway but on Sundays I sometimes eat pasta." [The Independent]
  • Lady Gaga says, "I had a boyfriend who told me I'd never succeed, never be nominated for a Grammy, never have a hit song, and that he hoped I'd fail. I said to him, 'Someday, when we're not together, you won't be able to order a cup of coffee at the fucking deli without hearing or seeing me.'" [Us]
  • "I had an HIV test two days ago - and it's not because I'm taking off my clothes every night with a different man. When I'm on the road, I forget about taking care of my body. I don't go to the doctor as regularly as if I were in one place all the time. So I woke up and thought, 'Oh, I'm home in New York. I'm going to see my gyno and I'm getting an HIV test.'" — Lady Gaga [Daily Express]