Tell-All Book Reveals Brad And Angelina's Secrets; Corey Haim's Funeral Paid For By Memorabilia SiteS

  • A new book titled Brad Pitt & Angelina Jolie: The True Story is set to spill some details about the famous couple:

According to the book's author, Jenny Paul, Angelina's famous lips are real, but she once had a nose job and—wait for it—laser eye surgery. I know, right? 2 Scandalous 4 U, guys. I don't know if I can ever watch an Angelina Jolie film again knowing that she underwent a common procedure to correct her vision, you know? When will the Hollywood lies end!? Will somebody please think of the children!? [PageSix]

  • Also: the famous couple allegedly has five nannies, and cops once burst into their hotel room in Kenya after someone called complaining of the smell of pot, though none was found in the couple's possession. [PageSix]
  • "I love clothes, but I don't like to shop. I've learnt from painful mistakes about the pressure in the store to pay exorbitant amounts for stuff that isn't right, and five years later it's still in your closet with the tag on it. I have $900 guilt shoes. I'm thinking about putting them on a shelf with a spotlight on them to remind me about such mistakes."-Sandra Bullock [TimesOnline]
  • Kate Gosselin recently spoke about her infertility issues in front of 1,000 women at a Women's Expo in South Bend, Indiana. [RadarOnline]
  • "The world needs to wake up and realize that the HIV/AIDS pandemic has changed its face since the 1980s. It has been affecting women and children at an enormous rate. As a woman and a mother myself, I want to contribute to keeping this issue on the table. HIV is invisible. You have swine flu, you have bird flu, and everybody is up in arms. But this has been a killer for years and it's not getting any better."-Annie Lennox, who is currently working with the United Nations to promote awareness of HIV/AIDS and how it affects girls and women. [CNN]
  • Madonna is hoping to get permission from Queen Elizabeth to shoot her upcoming Wallis Simpson biopic at the royal palaces, though a source says she shouldn't get her hopes up, as filming at the palaces is rarely allowed and "I can't imagine that Her Majesty would make an exception, particularly for a film about Wallis Simpson." [Telegraph]
  • Bethenny Frankel from The Real Housewives of New York has reportedly bumped her wedding date so that her ceremony will be featured on the show: "The other housewives are so grossed out by how fake she is," says a source, "none will attend the wedding unless Bravo makes them." [PageSix]
  • Startifacts, a celebrity memorabilia site, is currently planning to donate proceeds of Corey Haim-related materials to Haim's family, in order to help them pay for Haim's funeral. [USWeekly]
  • The site is reportedly set to bring $20,000 to Haim's funeral in order to pay for the burial and Haim's headstone. [NYDN]
  • "I think it proved to the world that we can change and that we are the democracy we say we are. As a musician it also reminded me that the great music forms have been invented by black Americans – the blues, jazz, rock'n'roll, hip-hop – and that so much of that music was shaped by struggle. The fact that we elected Obama was a sign that the black struggle inherent in the blues and so much of the music I have loved can triumph."-Jack White, on President Obama's election. [Guardian]
  • Elton John has revealed that a former boyfriend of his committed suicide by throwing himself in front a truck. Says John's husband, David Furnish: "He was so tortured by the conflicting views between his sexuality and his strong religious beliefs that he chose to take his own life. It is very sad indeed." [Telegraph]
  • A source claims that nothing specific really broke up Jennifer Love Hewitt and Jamie Kennedy: "It had kind of just run its course … They just sort of looked at each other and said, 'We like each other and we make each other laugh, but this isn't for the long-term.'" [People]
  • "Rap and hip-hop evolved as the rebellious music against the elite status quo of dominant popular music. But it now sounds like the music it originally rebelled against. Once the price tag is applied as the ultimate goal, trueness can be elusive."-Chuck D [Reuters]
  • "I want laser treatment because I'm not a fan of my wrinkles, but I have to find someone with a light touch.I'm scared I'll end up looking like The Joker."-Brooke Shields [PageSix]
  • David Schwimmer has apparently found his lobster: he's reportedly planning to ask his girlfriend, Zoe Buckman, to marry him. [DailyMail]
  • Joe Francis owes the government nearly $30 million. [TMZ]
  • Sorry, everyone who wanted to see the most insane concert of all time: 50 Cent and Susan Boyle will not be touring together. [Mirror]
  • Adam Levine of Maroon 5 is now dating a swimsuit model named Anne V, if you care to know. [PageSix]
  • Elizabeth Hurley won't let her son watch any of Hugh Grant's films, mainly because they're filled with dirty words. [DailyMail]
  • Team Coco FTW! [TMZ]
  • Emma Watson has split from her boyfriend of two years, Jay Barrymore. [DailyMail]
  • "The war in Europe is a recognizable version of the terror of war, because it's about armies fighting on a front line. When an enemy soldier threw his hands up in the air, then, largely, the war was over for him. That is not the case with The Pacific. It was fighting that was based on racism, and a war waged through terror. Horrible things were done on both sides to human beings both dead and alive. It was a case of ‘We hate these people' - not ‘We're going to liberate this island'. Most of the time on those islands, there was nothing or nobody to liberate. It was like a large industrial version of what all future wars were going to be like - between different-coloured peoples with different theologies they thought were the absolute truth. The best thing you can say is that the wars have gotten smaller. But then, if it's so small - we live in a society that's making a bigger deal about where Jay Leno is going to have a TV show than about a war that's taking lives."-Tom Hanks [TimesOnline]
  • "F*ck surgery! I'm so curious as to what's going to happen naturally that I can't imagine wanting to alter things just yet. And to all those women putting botulism in their faces - we don't know what the long-term effects are, so stop! I'd rather look like a basset hound than do that to my face!"-Drew Barrymore [ShowbizSpy]