Sandra Decides On Divorce; Mischa Barfs "Everywhere"

  • Sandra Bullock has allegedly decided to divorce Jesse James.

Sources say she is humiliated and feels that the entire marriage was a big lie. [Radar Online]

  • Sandra Bullock has left her Hollywood Hills home for "an undisclosed location." What does it mean? [Radar Online]
  • Sandra Bullock has no plans to adopt any of Jesse James' children. (He has three, from two previous marriages: Chandler, 15; Jesse Jr., 12; Sunny, 6.) [People]
  • If you want to know more about Melissa Smith, the second lady who claims she had couch sex with Jesse James, you'll have to speak with her manager. [Radar Online]
  • Members of the West Coast Choppers official website have organized a motorcycle ride to show support for Jesse James. [TMZ]
  • Mischa Barton walked in to Bar Marmont on Saturday alone and "totally out of it." Suddenly, she ran outside and vomited "everywhere." Then she came back in and hung out for the rest of the night. [Page Six]
  • Does Britney Spears have new breast implants? [ONTD via Awful Plastic Surgery]
  • Courtney Love is dating Uma Thurman's ex-fiancé, hotelier Andre Balazs. She gushes: "I'm in lurve. It's nice. Scary. I'm a great catch and he can be a bad boy but he loves me. He is the sweetest thing and he actually totally does respect me. His manners are impeccable but he is funny too. He has properties everywhere and has given me the key to his apartment, but what is better than living in his hotel?" [Daily Mail]
  • Nick Cannon bought Mariah Carey a pink Porsche for her birthday. And a trampoline. [Perez]
  • If James Franco gets a Ph.D from Yale, my mind will be blown. [Just Jared]
  • Martha Stewart is in the "early stages" of talks with Hallmark about starting her own cable channel. The Hallmark Channel and the Hallmark Movie Channel, which both lose money, would be converted into the Martha Stewart channel. A place for Team Cake and Team Pie to hang out, 24/7! [NY Post]
  • Classy: People jumped into the reflecting pool at the Four Seasons restaurant at Bethenny Frankel's wedding. [Page Six]
  • Heidi Montag missed a photo shoot for The Hills, and now rumor has it she may have broken up with Spencer Pratt! First Winslet, then Bullock, now Speidi? Is nothing sacred? [Access Hollywood]
  • Heidi Montag explains why she didn't do the photo shoot: "I'm a movie star now!" (She allegedly told a source.) [Us Magazine]
  • Levi Johnston thinks his as-yet-to-exist TV show will be better than Sarah Palin's: "Mine is the real Alaska. we'll be out there doing the real thing. Out in the woods getting snowed on and rained on. Sleeping in a little tent, doing whatever - doing motorcross. If you want to see the real Alaska, watch mine!" That Spike channel should really look into this. [Radar Online]
  • Levi Johnston says he and Bristol Palin are "developing a friendship again." [Radar Online]
  • Madonna and her kids celebrated Passover at the Kabbalah center in London. [Daily Mail]
  • What is Passover like when you spend it with Joan and Melissa Rivers? Hilarious! [The Daily Beast]
  • The latest Female Force comic book subject? Ellen Degeneres. [Just Jared]
  • Liz Hurley is "trying to broker a binding peace agreement" between Hugh Grant and the guy who smeared chocolate cake on him earlier this month. [Telegraph]
  • 50 Cent was paid $75,000 to greet people at a club in Liverpool. People thought Fiddy might perform, given the fee, but "he just greeted the crowd with 'hey' and got back to his ladies, who were lavishing booze on him." [Gatecrasher]
  • Behold: RHOA NeNe Leakes, pole dancing. [TMZ]
  • Kendra Wilkinson says her son will watch her work the stripper pole as he grows up: "I think he's gonna love it! There's nothing like seeing your mom sexy and happy. Your babies will grow up happy if you're happy!" Yeah… no. [E!]
  • Sigh: Dr. Conrad Murray, paramedics and Joe Jackson's lawyer all disagree about when and where Michael Jackson died. [TMZ]
  • We're a nation going through tough times, but Jersey Shore's Pauly D recently dropped $30,000 on a Breitling watch and $15,000 on a bracelet. [Radar Online]
  • The Situation won an ab contest of sorts. [Gatecrasher]
  • Jeremy Piven would prefer not to have his picture taken with Victoria's Secret Angels. [Page Six]
  • How will Tiger Woods be able to focus on golf at the Masters when there's a Hooters bikini competition happening "literally seconds" away from the course? [TMZ]
  • Gosh: Jon Heder has dropped out of a Comedy Central "slacker sitcom" days before the show— produced by Will Ferrell — was set to begin production. Maybe he needs to work on his nunchuk skills? [The Wrap]
  • And now a message from 16 And Pregnant's Nicole Fokos: "Make sure you guys use birth control." [Radar Online]
  • Chynna Phillips and Billy Baldwin: Back together and more in love than ever. [Radar Online]
  • Lost's Yunjin Kim did indeed get married over the weekend. [E!]
  • This will not come as a shock to you, but Tila Tequila posed in the produce aisle of a supermarket wearing a partly see-through dress. She bends over to pick stuff up. A lot. [ONTD]
  • A flight attendant tried to wake up Jim Belushi during a flight from L.A. to Las Vegas and he threw a fit. [TMZ]
  • Oh look, Dweezil Zappa is in the news! Been a long time. Unfortunately, it's because his wife filed for divorce. The couple has two daughters, Zola Frank and Ceylon Indira. [Radar Online, TMZ, People]
  • Heather Mills' former nanny — who is suing Heather — told a British employment tribunal yesterday that Heather was "rude" and "horrible" to her. [Page Six]
  • The mother of David Caruso's two kids has filed papers; she claims he owes her $670,000. [Radar Online]
  • "Being on Lost makes you start to think about the whole big picture. You start to go, 'OK, there's an evil person… oh, and there's a good person.' And then, you have a person who does something bad and you get to thinking, 'That person didn't intend to do something really awful. Maybe they actually are good, but there's something behind that intention. That's what brilliant art does, what brilliant television does, it makes you think." — Sheila Kelley, who plays Zoe on Lost. [MSNBC Scoop]
  • "It looks like he could be taken back. And, er, I think it would be good to see closure for this man and his family, and this woman. For this man, 76, that's a long road to hoe. Oh, it was wrong in every way, what happened, but I think he's done his time, in many regards." — Pierce Brosnan on Roman Polanski, who directed The Ghost Writer, in which Brosnan stars. [Telegraph]
  • "I think she's about as low as she can get, from what I'm hearing and seeing." — Michael Lohan on Lindsay Lohan. [Gatecrasher]
  • "Sometimes people say I'm fearless but I'm not. I just don't feel like acting is particularly scary. I love it. When things are going well on set, it makes me feel excited, and it's fun – not scary. Being scared for me, that would be bungee jumping or diving or skiing. That would be fearless were I to try it." — Julianne Moore. [Daily Express]
  • "I believe that the things that don't kill you make you a stronger and better person. My prayer for her would be that she doesn't stop loving. Don't ever stop believing in love, because it's real, and even though you may have had a tough time with it, hang in there." — Niecy Nash, who had a small part in The Proposal, on Sandra Bulliock. [People]