Divorce For Sandra & Jesse; Bar Brawl For Jake GyllenhaalS

  • Sandra Bullock and Jesse James have both been in touch with "high-end" divorce lawyers. [TMZ]
  • Sandra Bullock "broke down" during a dinner with friends and family. [X17 Online]
  • A "friend" says: "I think it's unlikely that Sandra will take Jesse back." [NY Post]
  • Here's a picture of Michelle "Bombshell" McGee's refrigerator with the words "Go White Power" spelled out on the freezer door. [TMZ]
  • According to Michelle McGee's BFF, Jesse James told Michelle that he was separated from Sandra Bullock and that they were going to go public with the news after her latest movie was finished. Michelle's friend also says: "I think Michelle is sorry for other people getting hurt… She doesn't apologize because she feels deceived by Jesse James. Of course, she does feel for what Sandra must be going through and feeling because on some level Michelle feels it too." [Radar Online]
  • "EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jesse James' Alleged Mistress Michelle Bombshell McGee 'Always Wanted To Be A Celebrity' Says Roommate" [Radar Online]
  • Madonna is moving back to London, as she has "rediscovered" her interest in Britain." According to a source. [The Sun]
  • The movie Madonna is directing — about the love affair between Prince Edward and Wallis Simpson — will star Vera Farmiga and Ewan McGregor. You've got to admit: Nice casting. [Perez]
  • We heard it was intimate, but: The wedding of Isla Fisher and Sacha Baron Cohen had only six guests! [People]
  • Courtney Love either doesn't know how Facebook works or purposely posted her phone number on someone's wall. [Page Six]
  • Gerard Butler will make a great foul-mouthed leprechaun. [Perez]
  • After Julia Roberts walked in to a yogurt place and bought mango frozen yogurt, a man "burst into tears." [Page Six]
  • Apparently a blogger from Drunken Stepfather saw Jake Gyllenhaal at a bar and asked one of the ladies with JG, "Hey isn't that the guy who killed Heath Ledger?" Jake got in the blogger's face and pushed and shoved a girl the blogger was with. The blogger's been sent a letter by lawyers, demanding that he withdraw the tale, but he writes, "I saw what I saw." [E!, Drunken Stepfather (NSFW)]
  • Miley Cyrus will be a mentor on American Idol this week, and will attempt to revamp her image — she wants to be seen as an adult now, and not Hannah Montana. Plus, she's promoting the movie The Last Song — in which she does not sing. [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Lindsay Lohan was seen "groping and grinding" model Adam Senn at a club in L.A. She is also maybe seeing Edward Speleers, who was in Eragon; when the two were in London, he introduced her as his girlfriend. And! She has become "obsessed" with model Sam Webb after they bonded over an interest in fashion. [Contact Music]
  • "Brittany Murphy's husband Simon Monjack reveals that the couple discussed having children the night before the actress died and they even decided on baby names." [Radar Online]
  • Oprah will celebrate the 10th anniversary of O Magazine in New York over Mother's Day weekend. Lots of self-improvment events, experts, a charity walk, etc. [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Serena Williams and Selita Ebanks: Got drunk together. [Page Six]
  • I don't care that Mary J. Blige acted like a diva at a music festival, because she can do no wrong in my eyes. Go ahead, Mary! [Gatecrasher]
  • Rosie O'Donnell says her new talk show will be a "a single topic, hour-long show about life, love and laughter." There will be "no desk, no celebs promoting movies" but there "may be a few giveaways." What about Koosh balls? "It's gonna be a lot different because I'm a lot older, you know." [Just Jared]
  • John Mayer has stopped giving interviews and is just concentrating on the music; now he's getting good reviews. At a recent show, he "muttered" into the mic, "It means the world to me you're here… I mean it from the bottom of my dumb heart." [LA Times]
  • Amy Winehouse and her goddaughter, Dionne Bromfield, will be in a BBC3 series in which stars mentor a young protege. Hopefully there will be lots of singing! [The Sun]
  • Jon Hamm plays a father searching for his missing son in Stolen, and no, it is not set in the '60s. [USA Today]
  • Kim Kardashian and Reggie Bush: On the rocks. Again. [Radar Online, Page Six]
  • Olivia Wilde and Frieda Pinto both deny that they have been cast in the next Bond film. [Movieline]
  • Jenny McCarthy is writing a book about "love and lust." The focus seems to be on men who have cheated, and Jenny's been making queries via Twitter, like: "What makes a woman stay after your man cheats?" And "What do you fantasize about when your having sex? Is your partner in the fantasy?" [People]
  • Sienna Miller plays Robin Hood in a new digital ad campaign backing a proposed tax on banks. [Mirror]
  • You've got to love Christiane Amanpour's style: She refuses to start her new job — as the host of This Week — until August, after she spends the summer in the South of France. [Page Six]
  • Is a Thriller musical coming to Broadway? [TMZ]
  • Q: Can a young actress really get away with swearing off romantic comedies? Amanda Seyfried: "Well, it's hard because they pay a lot of money. Sometimes, when you want to buy an apartment in Manhattan, you gotta do one or two. But in most cases you don't need to be doing them-there are enough action flicks to keep you busy… no I'm kidding. Romantic comedies are great, though, if they're done well. I love watching them; I just don't necessarily love the process of making one. I like a small production company, a small set. That's sometimes really wonderful. But if you're working with a director who's trusted by the studio, then you get to be freer. And I'm not bashing studios; it's just a different way of making movies. It's making movies for a different reason: for money. And that's all great. We all want money. I mean, I love my apartment in New York." More at the link! [Vanity Fair]
  • Conan O'Brien has been approached by American Idol to participate in Idol Gives Back. [NYDN]
  • Irene Folstrom, who was Tiger Woods' girlfriend at Stanford, says: "Obviously, Tiger has made some big mistakes, but he's apologized and seems to be trying to heal himself and his family. He's a good person with a caring heart." Folstrom, who is Native American, admits: "It was interesting to me that I had such a wonderful and great relationship, given that I am darker skinned and have dark brown hair and dark eyes, and looking at who he's been with… I was very… perplexed." [Star Tribune]
  • Snoop Dogg met a kid on the streets of New York, listened to a track the kid had put together, and "ordered" his manager to get the boy's contact info! [TMZ]
  • A teenager is suing Wife Swap for $100 million, claiming the show made her look like a spoiled brat. [NY Post]
  • Who will die on True Blood? [NY Post]
  • Perez Hilton is the new Casey Kasem: He's getting a weekly music countdown show. [Reuters]
  • U2's The Edge is still having issues with those building plans in California. [Daily Express]
  • "I know wholeheartedly that I'm a really good partner. I think I'm a really good girlfriend, and I think that I could be a really good wife. I know that I love being able to give my love out to someone. I know there is somebody great out there for me." — Jennifer Love Hewitt, who is promoting her book, The Day I Shot Cupid: Hello, My Name Is Jennifer Love Hewitt and I'm a Love-aholic. She also says of breakups: "You can allow yourself 72 hours of wallowing time, and then you've got to get into the gym, stop eating the ice cream and move on." [USA Today]
  • "It was the first time that the four actors left the country, lived together, worked together for almost eight weeks solid - and when I say lived together, I mean breakfast, lunch and dinner together every single night. We were removed from family and friends, and we've never had that kind of time together, because we always went home to friends and family and children and husbands and wives. It is the most fun and the hardest we've ever worked together." — Sarah Jessica Parker on filming Sex And The City 2 in "Abu Dhabi." (They actually filmed in Morocco.) [AP]
  • "The situation in eastern Congo has been neglected for far too long - it is one of the worst humanitarian tragedies in the world… Right now, the attention paid to this crisis doesn't match the needs of those affected by it. We will raise that attention level, and work with the extraordinary Congolese people who are making a positive difference in their own communities." — Ben Affleck, who spent a little time in the region and started The Eastern Congo Initiative, an advocacy group and grant-making organization that will "offer support for rape and sexual violence victims, the reintegration of child soldiers into the community and community-level peace programs." [MSNBC Scoop]
  • "To my sweet sister Sandra, my prayers are with you. My prayers are also with your husband, baby. That is between the two of you and I hope ya'll make it work. Everybody else, and please quote me, mind your damn business." — Mo'Nique, on Sandra Bullock, during an interview with Entertainment Tonight. [MSNBC Scoop]