Did Kim Cheat With Kanye? Did Princess Di Have An Affair With Robert Palmer?S

  • Rumor has it that Reggie Bush dumped Kim Kardashian not because she was pressuring him to get married, but because she slept with Kanye West.

According to MediaTake Out.com, a blog of questionable reliability, Reggie bought a ring and was waiting for the right time and place to propose. But one day he was using Kim's laptop and these IMs from Kanye came through and Reggie answered them as if he were Kim. Reggie found out that Kanye and Kim had been hiding the sausage for months, behind Reggie's back. He confronted Kim, she confessed, and that was that. If you think this sounds kind of like poorly written fanfic to you you're not alone. [ONTD, MediaTakeOut.com]

  • Jennifer Aniston plans to direct. She says: "I have a project in development… After you get enough movies under your belt you sit back and go, ‘What's next?' It's getting to a time where creatively I want to turn in a different direction." Fingers crossed it's not a rom-com, but instead a scathing documentary about the tabloid magazine biz. Or! A farcical romp about a movie star everyone thinks is heartbroken and single, but is really shagging all kinds of hot dudes when she's not drinking margaritas and doing yoga and laughing all the way to the bank. [Daily Express]
  • Cameron Diaz has been hanging out at A-Rod's multi-million-dollar bungalow in South Beach, Miami, when she is not filming in LA with her ex, Justin Timberlake. [Page Six]
  • A movie starring Lindsay Lohan: Coming to theaters! Actually, Machete, the Robert Rodriguez film based in a fake trailer from Grindhouse, stars Danny Trejo. But Lindsay is in it, and it will be released Labor Day weekend. [Perez]
  • Hopefully Lindsay already got paid for the movie; in addition to being behind in rent, she has $500,000 in credit card debt. [Radar Online]
  • Turns out part of Nicolas Cage's performance in Kick-Ass was an ad-libbed impression of Adam West — who played Batman in the '60s. [LA Times]
  • Do you live in New York? Do people like you? You could be Tinsley Mortimer's new pal! Producers are casting for "more likable" friends for her for the next season of High Society. Apparently Devorah Rose has been asked to return, but is upset about being set up as the villain. [Page Six]
  • Cameron Douglas had asked to be sentenced in a closed court, but a judge has turned that request down. The sentencing will be public, as will the plea for leniency from Cameron's father Michael Douglas. Cameron has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute crystal meth, a charge that carries a minimum 10-year sentence. His family — his father; grandfather Kirk Douglas and stepmother Catherine Zeta Jones — have sent letters to the judge, explaining that what Cameron needs is rehab and not jail. [NYDN]
  • OMG: Tracy Morgan is going to the White House Correspondents' Dinner! [Page Six]
  • Will Liz Lemon end up with "settling soul-mate" Wesley? Michael Sheen says: "Who knows? I hope so, I love Tina — she's great." [Mirror]
  • Amy Winehouse was seen out with Blake Fielder-Civil; they're totes back in love. [The Sun]
  • Susan Boyle's brother is accusing her management team of trying to "control" her and prevent her from seeing her family. [Daily Express]
  • Jennifer Garner celebrated her 38th birthday on Saturday, and Reese Witherspoon, Jason Bateman, Tobey Maguire, Don Cheadle and Laurence Fishburne were among the guests at a party at her home. So much awesome in one room! [People]
  • True Blood's Alexander Skarsgard was restrained by police at the Coachella music festival Saturday night; he was angered by the "relentless" paparazzi snapping pictures of him with girlfriend Kate Bosworth. A cop calmed him down. Earlier in the day, Skarsgard had been spotted in the crowd with Bosworth on his shoulders. [Access Hollywood, Us Magazine, JustJared, Gatecrasher]
  • Also at Coachella: Paris Hilton had her ID checked. [TMZ]
  • Investigative journalist Ian Halperin — who has written unauthorized biographies of Brad and Angelina, Michael Jackson, Kurt Cobain and Celine Dion, recently claimed Princess Diana had an affair with Robert Palmer. Yes, the "Addicted To Love" guy. Halperin has a source who claims that Diana was "head over heels" with Palmer, got pregnant, and had an abortion to avoid "the biggest royal scandal ever." [Daily Express, Ian Undercover]
  • Kelsey Grammer is a partner in "Right Network," a Comcast television/web/phone venture that hopes to "entertain, engage, and enlighten Americans who are looking for content that reflects and reinforces their perspective and worldview." According to this report, Right Network is "media built specifically for teabaggers." [True/Slant]
  • Adrian Grenier is a terrible pick-up artist. [Gatecrasher]
  • Carrie Underwood won Entertainer of the Year at the Academy of Country Music Awards last night. [Reuters]
  • Also at the ACM awards: Matthew McConaughey told the crowd that after the show last year, he and his lady went back the hotel and conceived the "little lady that is now our daughter." [People]
  • When Sandra Bullock accepted her Razzie for Worst Actress, she accidentally took the original handmade award which the organization has been using since the '80s instead of the cheap replica version given to stars. The ceremony's founder is hoping she will return the original trophy, but she probably has some other stuff on her mind right now. [Daily Express]
  • Sandra Bullock's sister, who runs a bakery in Vermont, denies that she had Easter dinner with Sandra: "That night I ate alone and I ate airline food. And who the hell would lie about that?" [Access Hollywood, People]
  • Mark your calendars: Michelle "Bombshell" McGee will sign autographs, pose for pictures and dance topless in Las Vegas on April 23. [People]
  • Michelle "Bombshell" McGee and Tiger Woods fling Jamie Jungers have been offered a reality TV show called Celebrity Cheaters. [TMZ]
  • Former West Coast Choppers employee Merlilee Gerth had deep feelings for Jesse James, according to this report, and wanted him to leave Sandra Bullock. Merilee is the one who sued Jesse for sexual harassment and settled out of court for about $700,000. A source says: "I don't think Sandra ever knew that Jesse paid Merilee off." [Radar Online]
  • Larry King's divorce is "full steam ahead." As for the rumors that Larry had a thing for his wife's younger sister, a source says: "Larry never had sex with her." [E!]
  • Do yourself a favor and click through to this charming piece win which Lost star Jorge Garcia gives an island tour of Oahu; don't miss the slide show and the video! [LA Times]
  • At the link, Rebbie Jackson talks about the death of her brother, Michael Jackson. When she was a teenager, her mother, Katherine, went back to school, leaving Rebbie — the oldest of nine children — in charge. "I helped raise a lot of them," Rebbie says. Of Michael, she notes: "I have to say, for a while, it was very difficult to listen to anything that Michael's voice was on. That's pretty tough to escape. Everywhere you go - food markets, departments stores, TV and radio - they are playing his music." Also: "My brother had a problem with drugs, and he was in denial," Rebbie says. "There were many interventions by the family members, and I was involved in a lot of that. It was such a sad thing and it hurt so bad." [NY Post]
  • Catherine Keener will not eat pork, "because piglets suckle, and I'm a mama." [New York Mag]
  • Tré Cool from Green Day: Seen flirting, doing shots and dancing suggestively at a club in NYC. [Page Six]
  • Antonio Banderas confirms that there will be a Shrek spin off: A Puss In Boots movie. Salma Hayek and Zach Galifianakis will join the cast, and Banderas says: "I already did the first recordings… it starts when he was very little. He was in an orphanage when he first discovered the effect he has on people — that's when he starts being intelligent." [Mirror]
  • Mad Men creator Matt Weiner says that the show will end in 2012 after six seasons. [NY Post]
  • Christina Applegate: Engaged. [Mirror]
  • Elizabeth Hurley has has advice for UK politicians: "Refuse to wear so much make up for the next debate. Heavy one tone pancake base looks like a mask. Just say NO!" [Telegraph]
  • Gossip Girl's Matthew Settle on his marital troubles: "I'm not enjoying it … it's tough. Until the divorce is over, it's tough to know how much time I'm going to spend with [1-year-old daughter] Aven and how the chips are going to fall. So I hope for the best." [People]
  • Does Colin Farrell have a doppelganger? [TMZ]
  • "A federal judge says the stepfather of one of three Arkansas boys slain in 1993 must pay Dixie Chicks singer Natalie Maines' legal costs stemming from a defamation lawsuit he filed against the band." [Access Hollywood]
  • Working as an assistant for Steven Seagal means removing his shoes. [TMZ]
  • Shaquille O'Neal's wife claims that Shaq used their son to deliver death threats to her new boyfriend. Shaunie claims that Shaq told their 6-year-old son to tell her boyfriend "my daddy is going to kill you." [TMZ]
  • British actress Olivia Williams was asked why she took a part in Ghost Writer. She said: "Roman Polanski and a wonderful part for an older woman and no pressure to be alluring or young or sexy, and a meaty subtext to work with." [UPI]
  • Tomorrow — 4/20 — Cheech and Chong will be "everywhere" — "in theaters, video on demand, DVD, even on iTunes, PlayStations and Xboxes." [LA Times]
  • "Coolio's Baby Mama: Help Me Get Insurance." [TMZ]
  • "The most dangerous stunt that we had to do was when the kids jump on us at the beginning of the movie, because little kids, as you know, are wild cards — they are not precise, not at all, and they have extremely sharp elbows and knees, so we were bruised more from that scene than anything else." — Steve Carell on the stunts in Date Night. [Mirror]
  • "It's a long process. But it could happen and it's still in everybody's plans for it to happen."— Jason Bateman on the Arrested Development movie. [ONTD]
  • "Han Solo was very good to me at a certain point in my career but I'm done with him." — Harrison Ford. [Daily Express]
  • "I've never taken acid or any hard drug. My wife (former Days of Our Lives actress Lisa Linde) tried to get me to take a mushroom, but I was too scared. Instead I watched a documentary on the man who invented LSD. But the most important research I gathered was from the crewmembers. I asked them about their acid trips in the 1960s and 1970s." — James Marsden, who plays a man who gets dosed in Death At A Funeral. [USA Today]
  • "Anything bad you can say about me, they say. I've never collapsed, fainted, passed out. Basically, anything they've said, I never. The only true thing is I got fat." — Kirstie Alley on tabloids. [AP]
  • "I have everyone from absolute thespian-lovers to action-hero-lovers wanting to see what I do next." — The Wire's Idris Elba, who is in upcoming film The Losers. He also says: "In this day and age, actors can't afford to be pompous." [NY Times]
  • "Let me tell you, the second time you get hooked on drugs, the descent from penthouse to gutter is much more rapid."— from a piece in which Boy George discusses his "drug descent" and recovery. [Mirror]
  • "There was the love scene between Tom and I, where we were in bed all day. We laughed till we cried. As soon as he got into the bed, I thought he was really aroused. It was terrifying. He was wearing one of those modesty cups. And it was massive. It was almost more distracting than if he'd actually had an erection. Which I certainly didn't expect him to have - I've never done a love scene where that's even been a remote possibility. So hysteria seemed a perfectly logical response. The whole thing, in the end, was like 100 movies in one." — Thandie Newton, on her experience filming Mission Impossible 2 with Tom Cruise. [Telegraph]
  • "The thing I am most proud of is the relationship I have with my children, with my husband, with my ex-husband, with his wife, with my friends. And I think within that, with myself, I think I am most proud of my willingness — well, not my willingness, but I think the grace in which I have dealt with and continue to deal with my obstacles and challenges and my continued desire and ability to embrace my failings and to appreciate that which is imperfect." — Demi Moore. [NY Times]
  • "Middle-aged women can have huge careers on television but not as much in movies. It's like they celebrate you when you're the pretty young thing, then there is a dead zone until menopause, when they rediscover you and give you an Academy Award." — Joel Schumacher, in a piece about Demi Moore. [NY Times]
  • "It is a great time to be an actress. It seems like you can work and do anything at any age… It's a great time that people are just seeing people's souls. It's not so superficial anymore. Women have proven that they are viable in this business, as well, and it doesn't matter if you're not 21 years old. It just matters that you're great at what you do. And that's exciting." — Jennifer Lopez, whose new movie, The Back-Up Plan, opens Friday. [AP]