Heidi Gets New Manager; Kristen Couldn't Grope DakotaS

  • Oh, snap: Heidi Montag says: "No longer is my husband the face of my business or managing my career."

She continues: "I am going to have [Malibu-based psychic and "intuitive healer"] Aiden Chase help manage my new life and career in a very different and positive way with light and love. The time for change is now. Never mix business and pleasure. We are no longer Speidi but Spencer and Heidi." [People]

  • Kristen Stewart did a kissing scene with Dakota Fanning for The Runaways, but explains: "She was 15, and I wasn't allowed to grope her. I'm actually not kidding, there are major restrictions." Seems like the thing they liked best about the movie were the costumes; Dakota says: "I loved the outfits, I kept most all of them. Cherie gave her corsets away and we had them remade for the movie, [so] I'm going to give her one and I think that will be really cool." [Access Hollywood]
  • Benicio Del Toro and ice cream? I feel faint. [Marketing Mag]
  • Reese Witherspoon at the International Women Of Courage Awards: "As an actress, I have always sought out roles that portrayed women as strong and powerful, such as Elle Woods, who was in the Legally Blonde movies. [Elle] happened to be the biggest fashionista who ever came to Washington until Michelle Obama. Thanks a lot." [AP]
  • Oh, lord: Michael Lohan's ex claims she found a GPS tracking device attached to her car, and thinks Michael Lohan put it there. [TMZ]
  • Mario Lopez's girlfriend, Courtney Mazza, is pregnant. [Star Magazine]
  • Gerard Butler has something to say: "I think I get laid less now than I used to, because I'm way more paranoid now. Look at fucking Tiger Woods! I mean, I'm nowhere near as naughty as I used to be, partly because I did a lot of that when I was drinking. I'm not saying I've cut that part out. I'm certainly no angel. There's no smoke without fire. But here's the thing: While they're accusing me of that, I've probably been off somewhere else doing damage with someone else. I'm pretty smart like that. I know how to get away with those things." He does admit that he is friends with Jennifer Aniston: "Very much so. Over Christmas, she had a tree-trimming party that I went to. Yeah, I trimmed her bush," he joked. "Shit. Please don't put that in." [Access Hollywood]
  • "Inside Story: Corey Haim's Slide from Lost Boy to Truly Lost." [People]
  • Raise your hand if you forgot that Corey Haim dated Victoria Beckham — then Victoria Adams, aka Posh Spice? He talked about it in a video you can watch here. A source says Victoria hadn't spoken to him in years, but she was still shocked about his death. [The Sun]
  • Corey Haim was dating Daisy de la Hoya of VH1's Daisy Of Love when he died. She is "devastated." [E!]
  • Corey Haim spent the final months of his life "focused on taking care of his mom," who had breast cancer. [People]
  • A doctor who did not treat Corey Haim says: "[Child stars who grow up] can't handle the pressure." [Radar Online]
  • Some dude noticed that Renée Zellweger's parking meter was about to expire while she was in Starbucks, so he put some coins in the meter. Renée saw and bought him a $100 Starbucks gift card, with a note that read, "Thank you so much for the kindness." [USA Today]
  • Tinsley Mortimer's sister-in-law doesn't really want to be associated with Tinsley. [Page Six]
  • Jersey Shore's Sammi and Ronnie aren't dating, but will tolerate each other when someone is paying them to show up at a club. [Page Six]
  • We interrupt this post to bring to you hot pictures of Alexander Skarsgard. [Perez, ONTD]
  • "Charlie Sheen's defense in the domestic violence case against him in Colorado will be: It never happened." [Radar Online]
  • Jay-Z has ditched plans to invest in a new casino project in NYC, after state officials wanted all involved to show detailed records of their finances. On to the next one. [Contact Music]
  • Mary J. Blige has recorded versions on Led Zeppelin's "Stairway To Heaven" and "Whole Lotta Love" for the international edition of her album Stronger With Every Tear. She explains: "I am a Led Zeppelin fan. I'm not going to say I've been to their concerts, but I've listened to their music since I was a child, and it's always moved me." Can't wait to hear! [MTV]
  • Nicolas Cage is getting sued for breaking the lease on two Rolls Royces. Seven grand a month is a steep lease! [TMZ]
  • Queen Latifah, aka Auntie Dana, is throwing Paula Patton's baby shower. [E!]
  • Cute new music video from Juliette Lewis at the link. Hummable track, with balloons. [PopWrap]
  • Brittany Murphy's husband, Simon Monjack, took a date to an Oscar party on Sunday. The poster writes, "Now don't get me wrong, I'm not saying you shouldn't date 3 months after your wife's death — oh wait, that's exactly what I'm saying." [ONTD]
  • I never heard of Girlicious, but now that one of the chicks in the pop group was arrested with "more than a dozen" plastic bags of cocaine in her Gucci purse, I am intrigued. [AP]
  • Another day, another legal issue for Pete Doherty! [Reuters]
  • The cast of Sex And The City 2 will be honored as the film ensemble of the year at ShoWest 2010. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Steve Martin is looking at starring in a film called The Big Year, alongside Jack Black and Owen Wilson. The plot? Three men try to outdo each other in a bird-watching competition to spot the rarest birds in North America. [The Hollywood Reporter]
  • Wall Street 2: Postponed until September. [Mirror]
  • Joseph Fiennes and wife Maria Dolores Dieguez welcomed their first child, a daughter, on Monday. [People]
  • Eric Dane and Rebecca Gayheart's newborn daughter is named Billie. Here's hoping she never learns to Google "sex tape," or she'll get an eyeful of mom and dad. And their "friend." [Us Magazine]
  • It's like Richard Belzer was making up his own Law & Order episode at an Apple store in NYC when he attacked an employee. Dude! Make an appointment at the genius bar and calm down. [NYDN]
  • "Heiress" Casey Johnson died with $75,000 in assets and no will, and her father, NY Jets owner Robert Johnson, is asking the court to make him administrator of Casey's estate to preserve it from "damage, waste, injury and publicity." [Reuters]
  • "Without getting into specifics, the key thing that makes the third film a great possibility for us is that we want to finish our story and in viewing it as the finishing of a story rather than infinitely blowing up the balloon and expanding the story." — Christopher Nolan on Batman 3. More at the link. [PopWrap]
  • "I need all of my fans' help… Some radio stations aren't playing my records… They're not being that supportive… It's on the fans… you guys have power to bring me back… That's all I need, is you guys. My singing, my music, I do it for y'all… I just want all my fans to help me." — Chris Brown, in a recorded message. [TMZ]
  • "She's the the kind of girl who barely looks in the mirror. She has such a huge conscience. When people call her fat, she worries about the women who are her size or greater and the effect it has on them." —Ken Paves on Jessica Simpson. [US Magazine]
  • "She is one of those people who is very changeable, ethereal but also rooted. A woman and a girl, like a hologram." — Helena Bonham Carter, on Alice In Wonderland's Mia Wasikowska. [USA Today]
  • "I never thought of her as a villain." — Glenn Close on her Fatal Attraction character, Alex. [Mediabistro]
  • "Movies aren't an actor's medium… actors are just color in other people's paintings. I think there's almost any actor whose been around for a while who can say this with absolute conviction that sometimes you go and see a movie that you've made and you know you made a better movie than they cut." — Kevin Spacey, who is appearing in a Chinese film, then working on a theater project. [CNN]
  • "A gay fan base is a very good fan base to have - is that a terrible thing to say? They're very loyal. They'll stick with you through the ups and downs because they're not fair-weather fans. I love being a gay icon; I totally embrace it." — Chloe Sevigny. [ONTD]
  • "I'm so in love with her. The relationship just keeps getting better and more intimate and sexier and all that stuff. You don't want to mess around with that." — Jeff Bridges on his wife; more about their love story at the link. [The Daily Beast]
  • "I'm more of a punch-drunk-love kind of girl. I mean punch as in that pow, that jolt, that kick in the gut. I like things that are severe, passionate and extreme." — Zoe Saldana, who looks simply smashing on the cover of Essence. [Just Jared]
  • "When I put on that tracksuit I feel I have a license to say anything. I'm much nicer in reality." — Jane Lynch, aka Glee's Sue Sylvester. [The Sun]