Betty White Won't Get Naked For SNL; Gwynnie & ScarJo Refuse To Pose Together

  • Betty White has some rules about appearing on Saturday Night Live on May 8:

"I have veto power if it's something I really don't want to do," she says. "They promised me I wouldn't have to do any nudity." Also: "No dope jokes." [Mediaite]

  • Sandra Bullock plans to raise her son, Louis, in New Orleans: "New Orleans is his city, and he is going to know it inside and out," she says. "Without the spirit of the people who live there and take care of the city and honor its traditions, its love for music, its love for life, take those people out and you don't have why I love New Orleans so much." [People]
  • According to TMZ, Sandra Bullock "blindsided" Julia Roberts by knocking her off the cover of People — and: "This on top of the fact that Sandra won her Oscar for the box office hit The Blind Side, a role Julia originally turned down, proves sometimes being a 'Pretty Woman' just isn't enough." [TMZ]
  • Sandra Bullock's "movie son" Quinton Arnold, on her real son, Louis: "I am truly overjoyed for Sandra – what amazing news and so special that she has been able to keep this time private between her and the baby! Just as she played an exceptional mother in The Blind Side, her caring nature will make her an amazing mother to Louis!" [People]
  • Jessica Alba almost started a fire in her hotel room by trying to cook fish sticks. Two of my favorite words in the English language? Room service. [Page Six]
  • On The Hills, Kristin Cavallari has been accused of being "cracked out"; and in Us Weekly, a source claims to have seen her snort cocaine. Kristin says: "[There are] these drug rumors that are going on surrounding me. You'll see all of it go down [on the show]. We went to Miami for Super Bowl weekend and I didn't hang out with the girls one night, so they just decide to say that I'm on drugs. It's ridiculous." She adds: "It's not something to be taken lightly at all… I understand that we need drama for the show, but when it starts to affect my personal life… that's when I'm not OK with it." [Access Hollywood]
  • Here is a photograph of Lindsay Lohan posing with a gun and with her hand around some dude's neck. The text calls her "American bad girl and rightful father-hater." [Animal NY]
  • Lindsay Lohan was on the radio last night, and said: "I don't know why I'm such a target but I think there's a big misconception of who I am as a person. Its a very build you up to take you down industry… It's not a crime to go and have fun with your friends." And: "Aside from the father drama, which is just nuts, I'm a nice person, I work hard, I just really love entertaining people and this is what I came into this business for." And: "My sister is fine and she is in school." [RyanSeacrest.com]
  • The Situation got a parking ticket in Miami and this is news. [Radar Online]
  • Image of the day: Pauly D buying Magnum condoms. [TMZ]
  • Tito Ortiz, who was arrested on Monday with charges of domestic violence against Jenna Jameson, did jail time in 1988 after pleading guilty to "battery with serious bodily injury." [Fox News]
  • Tito Ortiz had accused Jenna Jameson of being on OxyContin; Jenna took a drug test and the results were negative. She says: "I am definitely not addicted to OxyContin or any drug." [TMZ]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow and Scarlett Johansson refused to pose together on the red carpet at the Iron Man 2 premiere. According to this report, since Gwynnie wore shorts and a blazer and ScarJo wore an asymmetrical dress, "Whatever the truth behind the bickering, it's Scarlett who wins the style war." [Mirror]
  • "Tempestuous Hollywood lesbian" Courtenay Semel might join Tinsley Mortimer's show High Society. [Page Six]
  • Iron Man 3? Why, yes. Of course. "I think it's going to go down," says Robert Downey Jr. [MTV]
  • BTW: Robert Downey Jr. felt secure when he was in jail. "When the door clicks shut, then you are safe. There is nothing aside from a rogue correctional officer that can do you harm if you have the right cellie. You are actually in the safest place on Earth. Safe from the intruders." [Gatecrasher]
  • Gabourey Sidibe will be on The View next week! [NY Post]
  • Steve Carrell says this season is probably his last on The Office. [NY Post]
  • Bret Michaels' sister says: "I think good news is right around the corner." [Radar Online]
  • In the photo at the link, Victoria Beckham's male assistant carries her handbag. Lucky dog. [Daily Mail]
  • Wow: An unexploded World War II bomb was discovered outside George Clooney's Lake Como villa. [Telegraph]
  • Greg Kinnear and Katie Holmes will star as JFK and Jackie Kennedy in The Kennedys, a miniseries on the History Channel. [AP]
  • America's Next Top Model runway coach J. Alexander experienced a bomb scare on his flight from Paris to Atlanta. "All of a sudden the flight attendants had this look that was too perfect. You could see fear in their eyes." The plane changed course and landed in Maine, where the suspect was taken into custody. "I don't want to experience that ever again," Miss J. says. "It does take a bit of your soul." [E!]
  • Carla Bruni has squashed plans for a concert in the courtyard of the Louvre. The show was supposed to feature Mika, Phoenix, Vampire Weekend and Charlotte Gainsbourg. [Independent]
  • Ricky Gervais, who will host the Golden Globes again next year, says: "I can't believe they invited me back after (the) awful things I said." [NY Post]
  • Chelsea Handler denies that she has a sex tape in her past — a nude scene she appears in "was done for a comedy bit years ago," she says. [Access Hollywood]
  • "Viewing the tape makes that explanation unlikely as Chelsea and her partner are both clearly naked, her nipples are visible and the action is clearly not simulated." [Radar Online]
  • File under Do Not Want: "WORLD EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Charlie Sheen's New Girlfriend In Extreme Bikini." [Radar Online]
  • At the link, you can watch Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott bicker. It's a clip from the next episode of their show, and it's not very appealing. [ET Online]
  • Does Christina Aguilera look Lady Gaga-ish in her new video? [ONTD]
  • Q: It also must be refreshing to play a woman (Hypatia, a fourth-century Roman astronomer) not defined by her relationships with a man. (In your new film Agora) Rachel Weisz: "Yeah, it's so unusual, I was shocked by it! I really couldn't believe he wasn't going to have any romance in it. Alejandro was sure that was the way he wanted to go. We're just so not used to that. But he felt she was in love with her work. I guess the interesting thing is if it were a film about a male scientist, we might not ask the same thing. It was a really bold, interesting choice." [MTV]
  • When a mouse scurried on to the stage during Broadway show Lend Me A Tenor, Tony Shalhoub and Justin Bartha just improvised. [Page Six]
  • Hmm: Bill Condon, who directed Gods And Monsters, Dreamgirls and Kinsey, will direct Breaking Dawn, the fourth and final film in the Twilight series. Downgrade? [NY Post]
  • Chyna hasn't been in the news lately, but she allegedly attacked a woman in a motel room — punching her in the face, dragging her by the hair and beating her with a wire hanger. So far no arrests have been made. [TMZ]
  • Singer Anastacia has filed for divorce. [Radar Online]
  • Maybe you didn't know they were still together, but A-ha is breaking up. [E!]
  • Ice Cube is such a renaissance man! The NWA rapper and star of Are We There Yet? has made a documentary film about the Oakland Raiders — formerly the Los Angeles Raiders. [Reuters]
  • "In film school I fell in love with Woody Allen and Spike Lee, and I love Scorsese. Their specific slices of the New York experience is why they are some of my favorite filmmakers. I always wanted to carve out my slice of the New York experience." — Ed Burns, who wrote, directed and acted in his new film. Nice Guy Johnny. [BlackBook]
  • "If carrying on is going to mean Pete going deaf let's stop now. Entering old age in a silent world – nothing is worth that." — Roger Daltrey says The Who may stop playing in light of Pete Townsend's hearing problems. [Daily Express]
  • "The Nottingham script read a bit like CSI in green tights and I thought, 'Why are we doing this?' If you've got a subject about Robin Hood, why on earth are you calling it Nottingham? So we rewrote it from page one. It's not a remake, it's a brand new story." — Ridley Scott on the Robin Hood movie. [Telegraph]
  • "The practicality of going through an English forest, with all its coarse bushes and bramble and all that, in green tights? Not very practical now, is it?" — Russell Crowe, on the 1938 Robin Hood movie starring Errol Flynn. [People]
  • "I took everything that wasn't tied down! But it was mostly stuff like ashtrays and glassware… The toys are coming out next month so I'm going to try to get all those too." — Don Cheadle stole took souvenirs from the set of Iron Man 2. [Mirror]
  • "She doesn't think I'm in shape to handle it. You know, she told me the other day, she said, 'Dad the only thing you gotta do is walk me down the aisle and you need to look good.' So I said 'Well, what's your definition [of good]?' And she said: 'Oh, about 15 pounds.' So I'm halfway home." — Bill Clinton, on his daughter Chelsea's wedding. [NY Post]