Amy Plans A Wedding; Taylor Has An Attitude

Word is she's working on getting her visa; they'll get hitched in Las Vegas; and they "definitely" want kids. Good luck! [The Sun]

  • Corey Haim was found dead this morning. He was 38. More to come, later today. [TMZ, Radar Online]
  • Dina Lohan on Lindsay's E-Trade lawsuit: "She said, 'Mommy, help me. This is wrong. How can they do this?'" And: "They're little babies doing this, mocking another child who's just trying to survive Hollywood, basically. I'm just basically glad I took a stand. I'm not going to let them do this to us anymore." But wait, there's more: "Everyone knows Lindsay, like Cher or Madonna." I wish someone would ask Lindsey Buckingham to comment. [NY Post]
  • Katie Couric and her boyfriend, who is 17 years younger, are in "unwedded bliss," whatever that means. [Page Six]
  • SHOCKER: Sparkle Vamp Robert Pattinson is a smoker. Duh. Isn't that a requirement for a a mopey Brit? Anyway, won't someone think of the children? And the Twimoms? [The Sun]
  • Demi Moore gave daughter Rumer Willis a pole-dancing lesson at a party at the Chateau Marmont. [Page Six]
  • Courteney Cox says she's happier in her 40s than she was in her 20s: "I'm much more comfortable in my own skin." [Mirror]
  • When George Clooney says he is directing a musical about Sarah Palin, he's joking, right? [E!]
  • Gabby Sidibe has officially joined the cast of Showtime's dark comedy series The Big C, which stars Laura Linney. [Reuters]
  • Evan Rachel Wood has dropped out of the Broadway show Spider-Man, Turn Off The Dark due to a scheduling conflict. Casting is underway to find a new Mary Jane. Lindsay Lohan is available, yes? [Variety]
  • A documentary by James Franco, which takes a look at what it takes to create an episode of Saturday Night Live, will premiere at SXSW on March 14. Still waiting for the performance art exhibit! [ONTD]
  • The next season of Jersey Shore will definitely be in Miami, so plan accordingly. [TMZ]
  • Uh-oh: J-Woww hasn't been drinking. For months. Where will the Jersey Shore drama come from? [Radar Online]
  • Keri Russell is returning to TV, and the project sounds great: It's a sitcom produced by Arrested Development creator Mitch Hurwitz and starring Will Arnett. [EW]
  • Tila Tequila is taking legal action: "There are a TON of haters who have made at least 7 websites all dedicated to every minute of my life, making false allegations, calling me a liar, saying I am stealing people's money for my charity, that I am not pregnant, etc, etc, etc… I had my lawyers send out C&D [cease and desist] letters to ALL THOSE WEBSITES who are TRYING SO HARD TO CONVINCE PEOPLE THAT I LIE ABOUT EVERYTHING!" And: "They straight up make FALSE ALLEGATIONS against me which I CAN AND WILL SUE THEM BIGTIME FOR DOING SO!!!!!!" [Radar Online]
  • The dude who was arrested for stalking Audrina Patridge was carrying a knife with a swastika on the handle. [TMZ]
  • The guy who tried to sell pictures of Cindy Crawford's daughter bound and gagged has been sentenced to two years in jail. [NY Post]
  • Molly Ringwald's "body after twins" "secret" is that she ate more vegetables and less starch and worked out three or four times a week to get in "Oscar shape." No, not the shape of an Oscar statuette. That would actually be interesting. [People]
  • Jimmy Fallon fell and hurt himself in a martini race with Chelsea Handler. "I am bleeding," he laughed. When you run with booze, you're asking for it. Video at the link. [E!]
  • Robert De Niro will play Hall Of Fame coach Vince Lombardi in an upcoming film. [AP]
  • Ouch: Max Ryan, the guy who plays Samantha's love interest in Sex And The City 2 was in a head-on collision while riding his motorcycle yesterday. He broke five ribs and cracked his collarbone. [E!]
  • Jason Mraz would like to collaborate with Elton John on a song that brings the "heterosexual community" together with the "gay and lesbian community" and is like the "'Ebony and Ivory' of the times, for equality." [ONTD via Examiner]
  • Marie Osmond was on stage Tuesday night — the day after her son's funeral — for a sold-out Donny & Marie show. [People]
  • "The way Osmonds survive is we keep singing," Marie Osmond said during her show. [People]
  • The death certificate of Marie Osmond's son has been released. [Radar Online]
  • Sacha Baron Cohen will be in Men In Black 3? [Mirror]
  • All the details coming out of Dennis Hopper's divorce case are weird/sad. [TMZ, TMZ, Page Six]
  • The executive director of the Academy Awards says that Farrah Fawcett was not included in the "in memoriam" segment because she was better known as a TV star. [Access Hollywood]
  • A spokesperson for the Academy says of the Farrah Fawcett omission: "There's nothing you can say to people, particularly to family members, within a day or two of the show that helps at all. They tend to be surprised and hurt, and we understand that and we're sorry for it." [People]
  • Bitter words are flying between Farrah Fawcett's friend Alana Stewart and Charlie's Angels star Kate Jackson. [Radar Online]
  • "Bob Geldof has launched a furious attack on the BBC World Service over its claim that 95% of the $100m aid raised to fight famine in northern Ethiopia was diverted by rebels and spent on weapons." [Guardian]
  • DMX is back in jail? Wasn't he just trying to put together a gospel event? [AP]
  • The site claiming to have a sex tape with Bachelor reject Rozlyn Papa does have some kind of video, but the woman is not Rozlyn Papa. [TMZ]
  • "I was incredibly angry, but I can see now that I was very naive, too… I went to the police hoping that some big policeman would go round there and have a quiet word with him. I just wanted someone bigger than him to tell him [he] was wrong." — Christian Bale's mother, who hasn't spoken to him since the incident 2 years ago when she called the cops on him for screaming at her for 10 minutes. [Page Six]
  • "I don't like the cruelty of it, the gossip of it, the dishonesty that can come from it, politically and otherwise… Joan Rivers and all that other pack of douchebags that just criticize what people wear on the red carpet. Why in the world are you sitting there, picking apart these people, what they look like, what they're wearing? It's not helpful for young people, it's not helpful for society in general. It's immature." — Janeane Garofalo on the Hollywood and beauty standards. In 1996, Joan Rivers called Janeane a pig, and said, "If you're going to be anti-fashion you should look like Audrey Hepburn." [SMH]
  • "I do love Twitter. But I get into trouble because I Ambien tweet." — Kristin Chenoweth. Be sure and click through for this funny interview with Chenoweth and her Promises, Promises costar, Will & Grace's Sean Hayes. He says: "can't see Kristin just hanging out in a gay bar. You wouldn't have any hair left! Everybody would want to get a lock." [Time Out New York]
  • "I don't read that crap that describes me as having an attitude, but I don't know why that's a bad thing. Attitude is in the eye of the beholder. I didn't get into this to be a role model for 7-year-olds. I have no interest in doing that, you know? If parents don't like some of the stuff I do then they shouldn't let their kids watch me." — Taylor Momsen. [ONTD via Parade]
  • "I smoke, so what? Why do people give a shit what a 16-year-old girl who they've never met does?" — Taylor Momsen. [ONTD via Parade]
  • "I'm not Paris Hilton. I don't really care about being a celebrity. It comes along with the territory so you can't totally avoid it. But there's a difference between doing the red carpet and having people invade my personal life taking pictures of me. And that's why celebrity is so stupid." — Taylor Momsen. [ONTD via Parade]