Whitney Comments On Terrible Show; "Drunk & Disorderly" Kiefer Kicked Out Of Club

"It was a really tough crowd. I'm still struggling with my throat and I'm sucking these sweets to try and help me through. But yeah, they were tough. I heard they were a little pissed off, I understand. I still loved it though, I just love being back on stage." She also says around this time of year, she gets "a lot of allergies." [ShowbizSpy]

  • Jennifer Aniston's mother, Nancy, was hospitalized after a fall. Jen cut her mom out of her life in 1996 after Nancy dished details about her daughter's life on TV. They made up after Jen and Brad's divorce, but things are strained. Still, Jen has picked up the medical bills for Nancy. [Contact Music]
  • Breaking: Kate Hudson's son Ryder, who sported long, luscious locks for years, is now rocking a buzz cut. [Us Magazine]
  • Jesse James allegedly once brought friends with swastika tattoos to Sandra Bullock's restaurant in Austin. [Radar Online]
  • Lindsay Lohan is telling friends that she will play Deep Throat star Linda Lovelace, but the directors of a project called Lovelace swear that she is "definitely" not in their film. [Page Six]
  • This report claims that Lady Gaga has three private jets on her tour, but don't you recall hearing that the planes were full of equipment and props for the stage show? [The Sun]
  • Susan Boyle has canceled her Australian tour so that she can rest before recording her second album. [News.com.au]
  • Ew: In an interview done years ago, Jenny McCarthy said that Steven Seagal once asked her to take off her clothes during an audition. "I just started crying and said: 'Rent my Playboy video, you asshole!' and ran out to the car." [Extra]
  • Nicolas Cage has built a tomb shaped like a pyramid in a New Orleans cemetery, which is where he'll be when he dies, supposedly. This report notes that a pyramid also appeared on the poster for National Treasure. [TMZ]
  • LeAnn Rimes opened an unofficial Twitter account and wrote about hanging out with Eddie Cibrian on their "1 year anniversary." Her ex-husband read it and shot back: You should feel proud of that… considering you were still married this time last year…" The Twitter account has been removed. [Perez]
  • Kiefer Sutherland was seen "drunk, disorderly and shirtless at 4 am" yesterday as bodyguards "dragged" him out of a London strip club and threw him in a car. Jack Bauer is sick of saving the world! He wants to party! [Page Six, Star]
  • Was Oprah's O Magazine Erica Jong's idea? [Daily Finance]
  • Kendra Wilkinson "really loves" that Britney Spears released pre-Photoshop pictures from her old Candie's shoot. "I might do that too hahahahaha..scary!!!" she wrote on Twitter. [Us Magazine]
  • Charlie Sheen is having a drug-and-hooker relapse. He's seeing a couple of escorts and shaved his head yesterday; some think he got the buzz cut to avoid a drug test on his hair. Meanwhile, a "friend" of Charlie's says he knew he was being followed, which is why he put on the fake mustache seen on the cover of In Touch — and that the woman he was seen with is "a friend, not an escort." [Gatecrasher]
  • Charlie Sheen's wife, Brooke Mueller, went "ballistic" over reports that he's been cheating on her with escorts. [Radar Online]
  • Charlie Sheen's wife, Brooke Mueller, has moved out of their house in Beverly Hills. [Star Magazine]
  • Charlie Sheen took escort Angelina Tracy — the other woman — to his manager's house. [Radar Online]
  • Angelina Tracy says: "I would like to make it crystal clear that I am not an escort." And: "My interaction with Charlie Sheen has simply been rehab-related and we are just friends." Plus: "I really wish people would get off his case and see him as a human being, a regular guy with a unique profession who is just trying to keep his demons at bay." [NYDN]
  • Larry King can't quit working for CNN, says an insider, "because he owes alimony to so many wives." Larry has been married eight times; twice to the same woman. He's worth $144 million, and in the middle of a four-year, $56 million contract. [Page Six]
  • "Larry King's Wife — My Sis Kept Getting Gifts." [TMZ]
  • Breaking: Larry King and his wife hugged at their son's little league game yesterday. [TMZ]
  • Larry King's wife is in talks with a high-powered divorce lawyer. [Radar Online]
  • This report claims that Justin Bieber has been "acting like a diva," but since when do divas divert their motorcades to stop at McDonald's for an Egg McMuffin? [NY Post]
  • "EXCLUSIVE: Nicollette Sheridan's TV Husband Caught Lunching With Desperate Housewives Creator." [Radar Online]
  • Susan Sarandon injured her ankle in Haiti when she slipped on some mud. [NY Post]
  • Also on crutches right now: Chelsea Clinton. [Page Six]
  • Will there be an Ugly Betty movie? Ana Ortiz, aka Betty's sister Hilda, says maybe. "It's something that we've been talking about and something that America Ferrera would really love to do. That woman has so much determination that I can't imagine anything she puts her mind to not getting done." [People]
  • The guys from Jersey Shore are "scoring babes" despite Angelina, who keeps "butting in." [Radar Online]
  • Kate Gosselin says she hasn't lost any weight from being on Dancing With The Stars: "I'm hungry. It stinks. They said I would lose 15 pounds and I'm like sign me up — hasn't happened." [Radar Online]
  • Kate Gosselin was asked if Jon Gosselin has a job, and she said: "Not that I'm aware of." [Radar Online]
  • Tila Tequila's top slid off during a performance — you know she sings now, right? — and instead of pulling it up, she asked the crowd if they liked what they saw and kept on going. Like I said: Subtle! [Page Six]
  • Is there a "battle brewing" between Tiger Woods and Elin Nordegren over custody of the kids? [Radar Online]
  • Paris Hilton dumped Doug Reinhardt because he was trying to sell a TV show, using her name, but without her agreeing on it. [Page Six]
  • …Or did Paris Hilton and Doug Reinhardt break up because Paris kept checking his cell phone? [Radar Online]
  • The ex-husband of Real Housewives' Danielle Staub says he'll drop his $5 million lawsuit if she will take a polygraph test about whether he raped her on a bed of broken glass. [Star]
  • Director Keith Bearden told Kim Cattrall she was "too good looking" to play a washed-up hooker in his movie: "I was like, 'You need to gain weight, and the goal is to blow people's image of you into tiny little pieces. I'm going to make you look bad at every turn.'" [Daily Express]
  • Pamela Anderson says her $439,000 tax bill is "temporary but embarrassing." [Access Hollywood]
  • Surprise! People are pissed that Russell Brand joked that young singers and musicians should take heroin. [Daily Mail, The Sun]
  • Patrick Dempsey is going to court; an ad agency claims he owes the company over $3 million. [Gatecrasher]
  • James Lipton: "Favorite job?" Arnold Schwarzenegger: "English teacher." Lipton: "Least favorite job?" Schwarzenegger: "Fluffer." [Page Six]
  • Daniel Radcliffe will make his Broadway musical debut in How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying early next year. [Reuters]
  • Parker Posey is into pottery: "I throw on the wheel. I love it." [New York Mag]
  • Dear David Ortiz: Don't you know that if you name your club 40/40, Jay-Z is definitely going to sue you? [Reuters]
  • Eminem's new album will be called Recovery. [AP]
  • Check out the two beautiful people who will be in the new Pirates Of The Caribbean movie: She's playing a mermaid; he is the son of Jeremy Irons and will replace Orlando Bloom, sorta. [PopWrap]
  • "Actor John Cleese pays for $5,100 taxi during Icelandic ash madness." [True Slant]
  • "A Welsh social club said it is lifting a ban against singer Tom Jones, who was accused of stealing a chicken from the establishment 47 years ago." [UPI]
  • Q: Will you ever go back to The X-Files? David Duchovny: "It's ready-made nostalgia. It depends on whether [creator] Chris Carter wants to do it again. He certainly doesn't have to. We always talk about it amongst ourselves. We talk a lot. Or I'll text him and say 'Do you have an idea?' Or I'll say, 'I have an idea for a show. I wish I had that one eight years ago. This would have been a good episode.' But generally I'll be on an elevator with someone and the elevator will bump and they'll say, 'There's an X-file.' And I'll say, 'Actually that's not an X-file. That's not a great story. The elevator just bumped.'" [Time]
  • Q: Your husband, Mike Nichols, should make a movie about you and cast Meryl Streep. What do you think about that idea? Diane Sawyer: "Once, I was in a department store, and all these people gathered around me and told me they loved me in Out of Africa. She can have it. It's hers if she wants it."
    Q: If you weren't a journalist today, what would you be doing? Diane Sawyer: "I would probably be auditioning for some sad-song piano bar, since I have a very bizarre and eccentric attachment to really sad songs. Leonard Cohen and Tom Waits are a little too happy and sunny for me." [Time]
  • Q: What will life be like without Simon next season? Ryan Seacrest: "It will be like losing my oxygen. I don't know what it will be like without him next year. You certainly cannot recreate Simon Cowell. You cannot recreate the role he played and you can't do anything that's derivative, if you will, of what Simon has built, and will continue to build. I think there is a big question mark. I don't know because I don't know who is going to be there. I don't know what that dynamic will be like, but as we can all guess, it will certainly be different and it'll create a life of it's own. We'll just have to wait and see." [LA Times]
  • "I've loved every minute of Harry Potter. Yes, it'll be quite sad to see it go. But I'm also looking forward to being a bit more free and seeing what else comes along." — Rupert Grint. [Independent]
  • "I was offered a million pounds to do 40 minutes at a Hong Kong bank. I said, 'No.'" — Ricky Gervais. [BBC News]
  • "I'm not afraid I'll lose my kids. I won't lose my kids. We're glued together, as a package, and nothing, nothing, will stop me from being with my kids."— Kate Gosselin. [People]
  • "She definitely enabled me. It was obvious I overate, yet she bought snacks for me. She knew I loved creamed corn, and she would bring it home for me. She's said she feels a lot of guilt — like she should have stopped it." — Ruby, on her mom overfeeding her when she was a child. [Us Magazine]
  • "I clearly like being fit, but it's not thin without a hell of a lot of work - I run and I exercise a lot and then I eat. I occasionally do a raw food cleanse. I'm in my mid-20s and I know how to look after my body on my own. I'm not going to deny that I don't think about it every day, it's always on my mind." — Amanda Seyfried. [Mirror]