Friends Push Lohan Towards Rehab; Michelle McGee Once Applied To Be On Cheaters

  • TMZ claims that people close to Lindsay Lohan, "both personally and professionally," have been "quietly" trying to convince her to go to rehab again. "If she doesn't get help soon, she's going to die," says a source. [TMZ]
  • Michelle "Bombshell" McGee once applied to be on the show Cheaters, as she believed her husband at the time, Ronald Shane Molica, was cheating on her. [RadarOnline]
  • A source claims that Sandra Bullock is "devastated" by her husband's affairs: "She's devastated. She's beyond upset. And she has every right to be. She was on top of the world with her Oscar victory and now this. It's such a difficult thing to deal with." [RadarOnline]
  • Cops stopped by James' West Coast Choppers shop yesterday for "routine" inspection. [TMZ]
  • Despite earlier reports that claimed otherwise, Beyonce and Jay-Z are not expecting a baby. [People]
  • Bar Refaeli claims her six-month split from boyfriend Leonardo DiCaprio was the best thing to happen to their relationship, as it helped her "to understand a lot of things about myself. Today I know that a relationship can work only if you know you can be alone and are not afraid." [DailyExpress]
  • Peaches Geldof is denying rumors posted about her by a Reddit user who claims to have shot heroin with her last Thanksgiving; the user posted pictures of a wasted-looking Geldof on the site, though her lawyer claims "The allegations that our client was carrying and injecting heroin are denied, our client having consumed alcohol with the other individual leading to the 'highs' described and portrayed in the photographs." [PageSix]
  • The poster also claimed that he and Geldof ended up in a Scientology center in Hollywood, a claim her lawyer also denies. Says a friend of Geldof's: "It's bad enough that someone she trusted has posted private photographs on the internet. But to make all these claims - which are completely untrue - is even worse. Peaches is spitting fury over this. It's a terrible way to treat someone." [TheSun]
  • Tiger Woods reportedly hooked up with Joslyn James just three weeks after the birth of his daughter. [RadarOnline]
  • Chloe Sevigny, who recently claimed that the last season of Big Love was "awful," has apologized: "I wasn't thinking about what I was saying . . . sometimes things slip out that you don't mean, and I obviously didn't mean what I said in any way, shape or form. I love being on the show. It's been the greatest opportunity of my lifetime so far — the best role I've ever played. The take-away lesson here is, just be more careful with my words and just slow down and breathe." [PageSix]
  • Though several women have apparently attempted to claim that they were Michael Jackson's secret wives, Jackson's estate has officially stated that Jackson was not married and left no surviving spouse at the time of his death. [TMZ]
  • Meanwhile, newly unsealed search warrants for Jackson's home show that "large quantities of general anesthetic and dozens of tubes of skin-whitening creams" were found on the premises. [AP]
  • Tom Jones recently canceled a concert in Singapore after performing two songs, telling the crowd: "I thought I'd be able to do this tonight, but it's not working." That's...kind of unusual, right? [PageSix]
  • "I'm kind of bi-polar in my acting choices because I just want to do a little bit of everything. One day I'm telling my mom I want to do an action movie and then I was to be doing comedy and then all different types of things. I get a little bored so hopefully I'll get a chance to do a little bit of everything."-Miley Cyrus [ShowbizSpy]
  • Demi Moore says she's still proud of G.I. Jane: "It was really underrated, at a moment when they (critics) just didn't want to let me win. But, to this day, it is still one of my favourite films that I have had the privilege to be in." [DailyExpress]
  • Some soccer player dude is flying over from England to date Kim Kardashian, or something. [TheSun]
  • "All my friends were female – all the troublemakers. Maybe because my mother was a bit under my dad's thumb, any kind of wild woman fascinated me. I loved them, just as I loved seeing Shirley Bassey on telly. I was amazed by her and Joan Collins. I found strong, glamorous women inspiring."-Boy George, on his school days. [DailyMail]
  • Lady Gaga plans to start shooting the "Alejandro" video soon, but says "it's not the sequel to the Telephone video." [DailyExpress]
  • Zac Efron is reportedly in talks to play Flash Gordon. [ShowbizSpy]
  • "For me, brother, I enjoy every inch of me, and if I begin to change it based on your opinion of me, that's when I go crazy. I only shaved my legs once: it was when I was a teenager. It was the most painful thing ever. When it started growing back it was prickly. Sugar, I can't do it. I love it and my husband loves it. All the s*** going on in the world - we're at war, Hurricane Katrina ... and my hairy legs make the news. What about the homeless? Can we go to Haiti and keep that story alive?" -Mo'Nique [TimesOnline]
  • Madonna has secured a film role for her daughter, Lourdes, in her upcoming film about Edward VIII: "It's not a significant part but it will give her a good taste of life in the movie business," says a source, "Lourdes has made it clear she wants some kind of career in the entertainment industry and her mum is more than happy to help. [TheSun]
  • If you care, Paris Hilton and Nicole Richie were recently reunited at a party in Beverly Hills. [DailyMail]
  • "I've always believed that life is not a bowl of cherries, it's a bowl of cherry pits and the ‘happy ever after-syndrome' I was aware was just a fairytale."-Joan Collins [DailyMail]
  • 24 will have its series finale in May, though a feature film is already being planned. [EW]
  • Whatever you do, don't call Drew Barrymore a celebrity: "When I started out I was an actor. And now when someone calls me a celebrity, I want to shoot them. I want to go, thank you for reducing me – I've worked for 35 years, I've killed myself to be established as someone who is responsible, reliable and accountable in my field of work, yet you're calling me a name of someone who basically got famous for no reason. It's like the worst name on the planet. I hate it. And people say it all the time: 'You're a celebrity.' No, I'm an actor. I'm a producer. I'm a director. I'm a toad. I'm roadkill. I'm anything but a celebrity." [Guardian]