Larry's Kids Knew He Slept With Aunt; Harold & Kumar Actor Robbed At GunpointS

  • In a "scathing expose" airing tomorrow on Entertainment Tonight, baseball coach Hector Penate claims he had an affair with Shawn Southwick while Larry King was cheating with her sister. He says the couple's young sons knew about both affairs.
  • Penate says Southwick talked about divorcing King "all the time" and often said, "Don't worry he's gonna die soon." As this is an ET/In Touch exclusive, expect more in Midweek Madness tomorrow. [ET]
  • Body language expert Patti Wood says Sandra Bullock looks like "a child who's been traumatized" in the first photos of her taken since the scandal broke. I think she looks more like a person surprised to see a paparazzo jumping out of a bush, but then I'm no body language expert. [Us]
  • Federal prosecutors in Michigan have charged two people accused of trying to extort money from John Stamos with using interstate commerce to make a threat. [Access Hollywood]
  • James Bond fans are worried that Daniel Craig will leave the franchise because the next film has been delayed due to the studio's financial difficulties. [Mirror]
  • Kim Kardashian Tweeted a picture of herself with Kourtney Kardashian's baby then wrote, "Please nobody tell Kourtney I just twittered a pic of Mase, she just might kill me! I just couldn't resist!" Scott Disick immediately responded, "She's not going to be pleased." Later they all made up. Snooze. [Us]
  • Kylie Minogue's website crashed when thousands of fans tried to watch a clip she'd posted of her new single "All The Lovers." [News.com.au]
  • Vera Farmiga is reportedly pregnant with her second child. [ONTD]
  • Pink's rep insists she is not pregnant. [People]
  • Charlie Sheen's wife Brooke Mueller "is doing well just now and just trying to cope," according to her brother. An anonymous source adds, "She has not moved out and she doesn't want to move out. She's furious and not talking to Charlie. They've had some crazy times together but this really hurt her." [Radar]
  • The woman who accused David Copperfield of raping her on his private island last year has dropped her lawsuit because she's "had enough." In January authorities cleared Copperfield of any wrongdoing. [TMZ]
  • All charges against Michael Lohan in his dispute with ex-fiance Erin Muller have been dropped. He says, "I don't necessarily blame Erin as much as the people around her, who will be mentioned in my upcoming law suits against Bryan Konoski [Mueller's lawyer], I find it hard to understand why people are so quick to judge without any evidence." [Radar]
  • No arrest has been made in the murder of Monica Beresford-Redman, wife of producer Bruce Beresford-Redman, and her family is traveling to Mexico to pick up her body. "We want the person that murdered my sister," says Jeane Burgos. "I want this person in jail to pay for the rest of his life for what he did." [People]
  • Mexican police say they are "80 percent sure" they have the right suspect in the murder of Monica Beresford-Redman, and they expect to make an arrest after DNA results come back next week. [Radar]
  • On the SATC 2: Electric Boogaloo soundtrack, Alicia Keys performs a mash-up of Blondie's "Rapture" and the SATC theme. [E!]
  • The executors of Michael Jackson's estate have signed a deal with Cirque du Soleil to do a MJ-themed show that will open in fall 2011. [TMZ]
  • Kal Penn was robbed at gunpoint early this morning in D.C. He says his wallet and other personal property was stolen, and he immediately reported the incident to the police. [TMZ]
  • Tom Hanks bought a coffee machine for the White House press corps and included a letter in which he wrote, "Drink in health. Write the Truth. Clean up after yourselves." [Politico]
  • Oksana Grigorieva said of her split from Mel Gibson, "We have split up – suddenly and recently... Unfortunately, I cannot give you the reason. But you will find out everything quite soon." [People]
  • Mariah Carey and Nick Cannon will get married for a third time on their second wedding anniversary and Nick says he's getting Mariah a third diamond ring. [Us]
  • Brad Pitt was scheduled to attend a dinner in Manhattan honoring his brother Doug Pitt, who is a photojournalist, for his humanitarian work, but his plane was grounded by the ash from the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland. [Star]
  • HBO announced today that there will be an eighth season of Curb Your Enthusiasm. [Deadline]
  • Miley Cyrus' new home is only 100 feet away from her parents' house. [Radar]
  • On Friday night NeNe Leakes and Kim Zolciak ganged up on Dwight Eubanks at a hotel while RHOA cameras were rolling of course. A source reports, "NeNe and Kim came storming into the hotel and got straight in Dwight's face, accusing him of spreading lies about them and making up rumors... NeNe and Kim were both screaming at him, and he gave back as good as he got. Dwight started yelling at NeNe that she was nothing but a common prostitute and that she had hooked up with a married man, and he totally trash talked Kim too. NeNe lost her temper and attacked Dwight with a chair, breaking off a leg and Kim threw a vase at him!" [Radar]
  • Sharon Stone on how she prepared for to guest star in four episodes of Law & Order: SVU: "I went out on ride-arounds with individual women policemen who are now riding alone in cars, and their partner is alone in another car, out in some of the more difficult and dangerous communities in Los Angeles... And then I went on a ride-around out through the night with a group of undercover drug cops who go out in... bullet-proof vests, helmets and semi-automatic weapons and drug dogs. And I went on drug raids with them, in some very heavy neighborhoods to see what that was like." [WSJ]
  • In a future episode of her reality show Kendra Wilkinson tries to find a date for her mom, and now Denise Richards has suggested her dad Ira. "As soon as she heard about it, Denise called Kendra's people and suggested they have Patti date Irv," said a source. "She thought it would be great TV but Denise is also really serious about finding someone for her dad." [Radar]
  • Julianne Moore is guest starring again on 30 Rock this week. "They're all so incredibly talented," she said of the show's cast, "The writing is insane and I love Alec. It's been fun...the level of ability on that show is just insane." [CBS News]
  • Despite all the negative reviews of The Lovely Bones, director Peter Jackson says, "I wouldn't change the film. The film is very much what we set out to make." [CNN]
  • Madonna will profit from tonight's episode of Glee not just because the show had to pay licensing fees to use her songs, but because it's free publicity for the CD and DVD of her Sticky & Sweet tour, which came out last week. [MSNBC]
  • Jane Lynch says the reaction to her Vogue spoof on Glee, "Has just been outlandish. People are loving that video." She adds, "As we were shooting it, we were looking at our monitor and on the other monitor, we had the actual video — and you can tell the difference. Except it was me!" [Us]
  • Glee's Matthew Morrison says, "Will gets a little bit of redemption in the Madonna episode and kind of relishes it. You're going to see Will fight back a lot. He has more of a backbone this second half of the season. He's such a nice guy, and she wants to see his lifeless body falling into the bottom of a lake, but I want nothing but the best for Sue. I think she's misguided and somewhere down the road messed things up. So I wish no ill will on Sue." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Glee star Cory Monteith says, "When they picked me for the part, I thought they were mistaken. I thought I was going to be swiftly recast and fired and deported [back to Canada]!" He adds, "I never did sing growing up, so it's a change for me. I sang in the car, in the shower, but never for anyone. That's scary." [People]
  • In the new issue of InStyle Scarlett Johansson says husband Ryan Reynolds "loves to eat," adding, "I like cooking alone – I find it very therapeutic. I put on some music, maybe have a glass of wine, and make something like a turkey Bolognese or a nice frittata." [People]
  • Scarlett Johansson also says, "I mean, you're married and suddenly you have your own family. There's a nice comfort in that. That part of your life is certain, in a way. You've got your home in that other person." [Just Jared]
  • Tim Blake Nelson, who directs/co-stars in Leaves of Grass with Edward Norton says, "Edward is one of the few actors of his stature who will actually read the script you send him and sit down with you to discuss it." Norton replied, "People who write bad scripts have a very different experience." [BlackbookMag]
  • Spencer Pratt Tweeted about Kate Hudson's rumored breast augmentation, "How is it possible to get breast implants and still not have breasts... Kate H - get ur money back..." He added, "I gotta guy who will hook you up!" referring to Heidi Montag's doctor. [Us]
  • Stunt coordinator Garrett Warren trained Zoe Saldana for both Avatar and her upcoming film The Losers. "I've had bruises that would make any man cry, but he and I just find it really sexy," said Saldana. "Because he's like, 'Oh, I love a girl with bruises,' and "I'm like, 'I do, too. Is that wrong?'" [Reuters]
  • Shayne Lamas says she and Nik Richie, who she only knew for hours before marrying him on Saturday, are not in love, but they're, "in love with being in like with each other." [TMZ]
  • When asked some presumably inane question about taking her clothes off related to the stripper pole couple on The Marriage Ref, Kelly Ripa said husband Mark Consuelos "Actually pays me money to keep my clothes on! I'm actually given money to put on a parka. 'Put your parka on! Here's another dollar. Put on that hat!' " [People]
  • Jorge Garcia says of Hurley talking to Smoke Monster Locke on Lost, "Was that a smart move? I'm going to go: Yeah? [Laughs.] Listen, I back Hurley up 100 percent, no matter what he does. So, yeah, I think it was a good way to go. What is a smart move? What's a dumb move? Because every move we make is taking us to the finale. So, it's the necessary move for the story to complete." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Milla Jovovich says she doesn't want her infant daughter to be a child star like she was. "She's not going to be a working child. For me it's kind of creepy, the whole working kid kind of thing. We were struggling financially, we were immigrants from Russia and we really needed to succeed. My mom saw talent in me and she wanted to make the best and most out of it. There is no real use for Ever to work. I definitely want my daughter to just be a child. Work hard in school and find your passion, slowly." [ONTD]
  • "Carrying twins was really uncomfortable because you lay on one side and you feel there's a baby, and you lay on the other side and you feel there's a baby. I actually had this really big pregnancy pillow … that I used at night and Marc still sleeps with it to this day." — Jennifer Lopez [People]
  • Christina Aguilera says that since becoming a mother, "I'm more confident and comfortable in my own skin. I think I'm even a more sexual Christina... That's part of the change of having a child for me — seeing your body do these things you never thought possible... When you have a baby, you go through a period where your body is not your own. It becomes for your child and that's it. Once you bounce back from that and kind of get your body back... I feel better than ever. It's a great feeling." [Us]