Miley Moves Out; J. Lo Says She Was At The "Forefront" Of A "Little Girl Movement"S

  • Miley Cyrus, 17, is getting her own place.

When she first became a star, her mom wanted her to live at home until she was 20, but Miley says: "I got out of that!" Her new home is "really really close" to where her parents live, and her mom, who is an interior designer, is helping Miley create "a really zen" vibe. [People]

  • Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are in Bosnia, visiting people displaced by the war. [AP]
  • Kate Winslet is "fuming" that estranged husband Sam Mendes is back in touch with his ex-girlfriend, Rachel Weisz. Mendes offered Weisz a part in the new James Bond film. Allegedly. [Radar Online]
  • Madonna is planning another tour, and is looking for the hottest dancers the world has to offer. Interested? [The Sun]
  • BTW, Madonna is in Malawi right now; tomorrow she'll lay the first brick of her Raising Malawi Academy For Girls. [AP]
  • Madonna is the "most played" artist of the last decade, coming in before The Beatles. [BBC News]
  • Caresse Henry, Madonna's former manager, committed suicide last week. [ONTD via NME]
  • This explains why she gets so excited about breasts on Project Runway: Heidi Klum says her family is totally "easy-going" about nudity. She and husband Seal have nude photos of themselves in the family bathroom and says her kids "see their parents naked all the time. We are not ashamed." [NYDN]
  • Will Elton John replace Simon Cowell on American Idol? [Daily Express]
  • Elton John wants to duet with Lady Gaga for the James Bond soundtrack. [ONTD]
  • Howard Stern and Jamie Foxx are no longer friends, and it's all because Howard talked shit about Gabourey Sidibe. Team Foxx? [Gatecrasher]
  • Pamela Anderson's Dancing With The Stars coach is Charo, and the two consider themselves "soul sisters." [Us Magazine]
  • Rihanna wants to marry Matt Kemp, according to an unnamed insider, she is "head over heels" in love with him. [Digital Spy]
  • Breaking: Halle Berry's daughter and boyfriend are adorable. [Concrete Loop]
  • Tiger Woods will have an "army" of bodyguards at the Masters this week: Up to 90 former Secret Service and FBI agents as well as armed deputies will be patrolling the golf course and surrounding the golfer. Apparently the guards will be on the lookout for women; a source says: "If one photo comes out of a beautiful lady touching him, it would be a disaster." Apparently porn star Joslyn James has threatened to picket the tournament with friends using microphones. Why? I don't know. [Radar Online]
  • Joslyn James and her attorney, Gloria Allred, will watch Tiger Woods address the media today and the two ladies will announce (?!?) whether they plan to watch Tiger play the Masters. [TMZ]
  • Did Tiger Woods spend $150,000 on hookers and escorts in Florida alone? [Radar Online]
  • Here's who won't be at the Masters: Tiger's wife, Elin Nordegren. [MSNBC Scoop]
  • Isabel Hernandez, who worked as a maid for Kim Kardashian and her former husband, Damon Thomas, was claiming that Kim owed her back wages; Kim's defense was that she moved out of the house in 2003 and divorced Damon in 2004 — she had nothing to do with the unpaid salary and didn't have to shell out a cent. [TMZ]
  • Erin Andrews says she will perform tonight on Dancing With The Stars despite receiving death threats: "I don't quit on things," she says. [People]
  • Erykah Badu was on Wanda Sykes' show, and claims she was "grossly misunderstood all over the United States of America" [Concrete Loop]
  • Billy Corgan is dating Jessica Origliasso of The Veronicas. [ONTD]
  • At the link, Tina Fey and Steve Carell interview each other, and it is hilarious. Button candy! [The Wrap]
  • Jesse James left rehab after Sandra Bullock refused to take his phone call. [Radar Online]
  • Professional poker player Annie Duke was a contestant with Jesse James on Celebrity Apprentice and says: "If what's being said is true, I certainly don't approve of it. It's a shame. It's a sad situation." [E!]
  • Sandra Bullock has prepared divorce papers, allegedly. [Radar Online]
  • Sandra Bullock and Jesse James have a prenup, and it specifies that he gets no money in a divorce if he cheats during the marriage. [Radar Online]
  • Melissa Smith, the second lady who claimed she had couch sex with Jesse James, went to the Long Beach burger joint Jesse owns over the weekend. [TMZ]
  • Melissa Smith used to hang out with rappers Ditch and Shock G of Digital Underground. [TMZ]
  • Friday, Jesse James's mom and daughter Sunny were seen moving boxes out of the house Jesse shares — or shared — with Sandra Bullock. [TMZ]
  • You heard about how Michelle "Bombshell" McGee is refereeing a "celebrity" boxing match between Jon Gosselin's ex, Hailey Glassman, and adult film star Gina Lynn, right? Well Hailey is not happy about it; she says of McGee: "She stands for trash." And: "If I had known that garbage like Michelle Bombshell was going to be involved I never would have agreed to do it." Glassman adds: "I'm a young, Jewish woman! That Nazi picture (of McGee) brought me to tears." [Radar Online]
  • Michelle McGee and Chelsea Handler are still feuding. [ONTD via Us Magazine]
  • Ivanka Trump's stalker says that he hopes someday to "win her over." [NYDN]
  • Real Housewives' Alex McCord has a new book, in which she admits that she drank when she was pregnant: "Throughout my pregnancy, I gave into every craving I felt. When I wanted to have a drink, I did." She had champagne the night she went into labor! [Gatcrasher]
  • Joe Jackson is "horrified" that Dr. Conrad Murray's defense involves arguing that Michael Jackson accidentally killed himself by pumping a lethal dose of Propofol into his body. [TMZ, TMZ]
  • Michael Jackson's love of Coca-Cola may be a "building block" in Dr. Conrad Murray's defense strategy. [TMZ]
  • More than a dozen members of Michael Jackson's family plan to be in the courtroom when Dr. Conrad Murray has his hearing. [AP]
  • Justin Bieber: Infiltrating with White House! [NYDN]
  • Charlie Sheen will go back to work on Two And A Half Men because he needs the cash — "he blew a lot of money on his party lifestyle," according to a source. [Radar Online]
  • Will Smith has turned down the lead role in Cameron Crowe's Marvin Gaye biopic. [Gatecrasher via Daily Variety]
  • Nicolas Cage's hair: Terrifying. [Perez]
  • Christian Bale: Future U.S. citizen? [Contact Music]
  • Zachary Quinto will gladly beg Leonard Nimoy to be in Star trek 2. [Gatecrasher]
  • Ricky Gervais has lost 42 lbs. with the help of a new gym he had installed in his home, but he says he slimmed down for his own benefit and not because of pressure from Hollywood. [UPI]
  • Bob Dylan: Banned from playing China. [Guardian]
  • Robin Williams has apologized to Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd for calling Aussies "English rednecks." Let's consider the beef squashed. [News.com.au]
  • "EXCLUSIVE: Shaq's Wife & Mistress Team Up Against Him." [Radar Online]
  • Arsenio Hall is being sued by his ex personal assistant/housekeeper. [TMZ]
  • "Warner Bros. is reportedly investigating how the film script for the final Harry Potter film wound up on the floor of British pub." [UPI, Telegraph]
  • My girlcrush Thandie Newton is the face of Olay cosmetics in the UK! [ONTD via The Sun]
  • Q: [You and Axl Rose] haven't spoken in years. would you be open to speaking again? Slash: "I'm more standoffish because I know how vehemently he hates me. So that sort of makes me doubt it. But if we ran into each other and all that animosity were to pass for a second, then I'm sure we could have an interesting conversation." [NY Post]
  • "I hit with what I thought was my full strength. I hit his face about four times. And every time I was like 'I'm sorry, I'm sorry' and he was like 'it's fine. It didn't really hurt.' That was kind of an ego deflator." — Robert Pattinson had to punch a stunt man, and struggled. [Mirror]
  • "[Kate Moss] always tells me to wear heels, but I don't like to as I can't walk in them. I'll arrive at her house in some flats and she'll put me in heels and I'll spend the rest of the evening falling over. I like to be quite active and be on the move and I'm not very good at sashaying across a room." — Sadie Frost. [Mirror]
  • "My flaw that I'd like to make peace with is to take a vacation. So if I do that this fall, you'll know that I've done something for the first time in three years." — Drew Barrymore. [Daily Express]
  • "I was a huge fanatical fan from the beginning. It was well written, it was exciting, it was so unpredictable and the plot turned on itself." — Lily Tomlin, on Damages, on which she plays the wife of a Bernie Madoff-type character. [LA Times]
  • "Look, I dropped out of school when I was 14 to go fuck around with my friends and live a lifestyle of crime and pay no mind to authority figures. I still think any minute I'm going to get fired and be shipped back to Canada in handcuffs for stealing that car stereo." — Glee's Cory Monteith. [NY Post] [Pix of the Glee cast at the White House here]
  • "I kept my head down when I was Keira Knightley's age. I kept under the radar, because I was so longing to be 40." — Tilda Swinton. She also says: "The rules are you have to have found what you want to do with your life by the time you're 19. Wrong! Or that you have to be in a significant relationship in your twenties. Wrong! It's all just nonsense!" [Independent]
  • "I'm already crazy. I'm a fearless person. I think it creeps up on you. I don't think it can be stopped. If my destiny is to lose my mind because of fame, then that's my destiny." — Lady Gaga. [ONTD via Ok! Magazine]
  • "I haven't been watching her on television lately because I've been working on 30 Rock, but I'm doing another Saturday Night Live next month and I'm sure we'll be trying to write something about her." — Tina Fey on Sarah Palin. [Telegraph]
  • "From Taylor Swift to Lady Gaga to Madonna to Britney to Beyoncé and Rihanna and myself — there's just so many people who are on the scene and really doing their thing, and it's nice. It's nice to see. It's not a competition type of thing… But it is great to be seen as somebody who was at the forefront of that little girl movement." — Jennifer Lopez. [MTV.com]