Grace Jones Thinks Gaga Is A Copycat; Demi Moore Doesn't Want You To Call Her A Legend

  • When asked about Lady Gaga in a recent Guardian interview, Grace Jones began by stating "I don't really think of her at all," but then proceeded to share a few slightly harsh thoughts:

When asked if she thought Gaga had copied her style, Jones responded: ""Well, you know, I've seen some things she's worn that I've worn, and that does kind of piss me off," and later admitted that Gaga had asked to play with her, "but I said no. I'd just prefer to work with someone who is more original and someone who is not copying me, actually." [Guardian]

  • After blogs began speculating about a possible pregnancy for Pink and Carey Hart, Pink took to her Twitter page and wrote, "Off to the gym. Lord knows when this 600-lb baby comes out that I've been growing for 8 years, i better be strong and physically prepared!" [People]
  • According to TMZ, the FBI investigated an alleged murder hit on Sandra Bullock by Michelle "Bombshell" McGee, but found it to ultimately be "not credible." [TMZ]
  • Prosecutors in the Roman Polanski case are now arguing that Samantha Geimer, the victim of the case, has "no right or authority to dictate the outcome of a criminal case," and that her requests to have the case thrown out should be denied. [Reuters]
  • Woody Harrelson has reached a settlement with a paparazzi photographer who accused the actor of choking him in 2006. [DailyExpress]
  • "I thought the Madonna episode of Glee was brilliant on every level. The dialogue and the entire script was genius. I completely appreciated the layers of irony, especially when all those macho boys sang 'What It Feels Like For A Girl.' I also loved the fantastic performances of 'Vogue,' 'Express Yourself' and all the messages about the boys being respectful to girls."-Madonna [USWeekly]
  • Taylor Swift recently covered Justin Timberlake's "What Goes Around Comes Around" at an L.A. show where Mr. Timberlake himself was in attendance, alongside his girlfriend, Jessica Biel. [People]
  • Danny Glover was arrested in Maryland yesterday while protesting outside of a food management company. [TMZ]
  • The arrest was officially for trespassing; Glover was released soon after. He was protesting in order to fight alleged civil rights violations at the company. [DailyExpress]
  • Kim Kardashian has reportedly moved on from Reggie Bush and was seen "kissing and laughing" with soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo. [PageSix]
  • Christina Hendricks says she's disappointed that she lost a role in a Woody Allen film due to being "too sweet" for the part: "It's always been a dream of mine to work with Woody Allen. I had an audition last year but didn't get the role, and it kind of hurt my heart. He said I was too sweet. I guess if you're not going to get something, that's a good reason, right?" [DailyExpress]
  • Taylor Momsen claims that the Gossip Girl cast isn't super close: "We're all cordial and nice to each other, but we're not really friends outside of the set." [PageSix]
  • Meanwhile, Joan Rivers thinks Mel Gibson should "fucking die." [TMZ]
  • "My whole take on Twitter is to try to use it how any other responsible community member would. I don't like to do too much self-promotion on there - when I first joined Twitter, I started following celebrities, and they self-promoted so much that I just un-followed them. So on my personal account, I really just try to share a piece of who I am with people, and be a good neighbor."-Alyssa Milano [ShowbizSpy]
  • Snoop Dogg is apparently a big fan of David Blaine. [PageSix]
  • Larry King and Shawn Southwick have plans to sit down with a marriage counselor in order to figure out how to make their potential divorce easier on their children. [NYDN]
  • Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino filed for unemployment last year, if you must know. [TMZ]
  • Susan Boyle has canceled a plan trip/tour in Australia, leading The Sun to bring up "fears" over her "fragile mental health." [TheSun]
  • A source claims that Nick Cannon is sick of being referred to as "Mr. Mariah Carey,": "He says it's insulting to both of them to say he's with Mariah for her success or money. Nick loves Mariah and he's proud of her work, but the only thing she changed for him is his personal life. She did not change who he was professionally." [ShowbizSpy]
  • Elin Nordegren hasn't spent one night with estranged husband Tiger Woods since he left rehab, and a source claims that she's "over" him. [E!]
  • However! Things between the Woods' may heat up if Elin attempts to take the couple's children to Sweden with her, setting up a fairly intense custody battle of sorts. [RadarOnline]
  • An 84-year-old man claiming to be Oprah Winfrey's biological father, named Noah Robinson, Sr., says he wants to talk to Winfrey before he dies: "I'd like her to call me. I'm her real father. I haven't seen her since she was a kid. She was a little bitty thing." [RadarOnline]
  • Russell Brand has reportedly been reaching out to Amy Winehouse, calling her to help her stay clean: "He has been inspiring her to read and explore literature," says a source. [TheSun]
  • "When you're living, you don't ever even think of yourself in terms of that word," she said. "I guess I'm not ready to be a legend. In the end, if you're fortunate enough to have a career that spans a long time, there's gonna be some crap mixed in with the good stuff."-Demi Moore, who doesn't want to be called a "legend." [ShowbizSpy]
  • "I feel like I say this a lot, and for whatever reason I feel like I have to defend myself. But the truth is, moms work. Single moms work. I travel and work – that's my job."-Kate Gosselin [JustJared]
  • "I go on the internet about once a month and just peek. I saw some newspaper in Britain had done a survey and I won Most Irritating Person or something. Yeah, and one comment was, ‘Aw, leave him alone, I think it's nice he gets a bit of money in his old age,' which I agree with. Most of the records other people were making when I made mine were just commercials masquerading as music. It's all s***! I never did that, and when I did an ad, I called it an ad, and I don't see anything wrong with doing it. If within the secret reservoir of the mass psyche this causes one to a million people to react differently to me or my music, fine. I did the work. I was really, really well paid."-Iggy Pop [TimesOnline]