Jenna: "Tito Didn't Try To Hurt Me"; Oprah Worsened Mo'Nique's Family Feud

  • Jenna Jameson says she isn't extending her emergency restraining order against Tito Ortiz, and he's moving back into their home today. "To be honest, I'm not hurt at all," she said.
  • She continued, "I'm moving fine, my ligaments are fine, I'm holding my babies perfectly and I'm going to do my best to reconcile with Tito right now," adding, "I sat and I thought about it last night and the bottom line is I love him so much and I really truly believe that he didn't try to hurt me." [Radar]
  • Oprah producers reportedly asked Mo'Nique to appear on the show again, but she refused because she's still furious about Oprah's interview with her brother, who molested and abused her when she was a child. "Mo'Nique believes that he's not reformed and still represents a danger to other people – she is also worried that he might be considering writing a book about their childhood too," said a source. "What's really sad is that her family tried to contact Mo'Nique after the interview but she's not interested in reconciling with them at this point. It might not have been Oprah's intention but the interview had only deepened the rift between Mo'Nique and her family." [Radar]
  • In Barbara and Jenna Bush's interview with Oprah, which airs tomorrow, Jenna says, "My mom's a secret Rastafarian, so [she plays] Bob Marley" around the house. [People]
  • Dina Lohan is accompanying Lindsay Lohan to L.A. to make sure she gives the deposition she's blown off twice. The judge said if she didn't show this time she'd lose the case, and Dina is reportedly worried about Lindsay going into debt. [TMZ]
  • Tyler Shields, the photographer who took those Lindsay Lohan crime scene photos, says the rumors that she'll play pornstar Linda Lovelace in the film Inferno are true, and the director has "contacted me and asked me if I would do the promos for the movie." [E!]
  • Tyler Shields just sold his photo of Vampire Diaries actress Candice Accola for $1 million, not that you care. [Radar]
  • Michael Lohan says a plane he was taking from New York to L.A was hit by lightning. "You know Dina was praying for it," he said. [TMZ]
  • Alleged "Burglar Bunch" member Nick Prugo claims in new court documents that he had an "implied contract" with prosecutors that he'd get a plea bargain for cooperating with investigators, but instead they just filed additional charges against him. [TMZ]
  • Elton John has been banned from performing a private concert in Egypt. Mounir al-Wasimi, head of Egypt's Musician Union, said the country wouldn't let, "a homosexual who wants to ban religions, claimed that the prophet Issa [Jesus] was gay and calls for Middle Eastern countries to allow gays to have sexual freedom" to perform there. [JPost]
  • Joe Jackson is mad at Dr. Arnold Klein for telling TMZ that Michael Jackson had a gay relationship with his office manager. "It's not true. Michael was not gay," said Joe. "He has no respect for Michael ... to say things about him when he's gone is shameful." [TMZ]
  • Radar claims Gabriel Aubrey is upset with all the media attention since his split from Halle Berry and now he's considering fighting her for custody of Nahla so he can raise her in Canada, away from paparazzi in Hollywood. [Radar]
  • Many of Jay Leno's White House Correspondents Dinner jokes were recycled from other routines, and Politico has the video to prove it. [Politico]
  • Bret Michaels' sister reports he is "definitely doing better and he was starting to walk a little bit... He's up and moving but it is not going to surprise me if he is still in the ICU on Friday. I think they're having a problem really getting the bleed…I think there are some issues…that's why the back pain." [Radar]
  • David Boreanaz admitted that he's been cheating on his wife of nine years, Jaime Bergman. "Our marriage has been tainted with my infidelities," he said. "I just want to be open and honest. I was irresponsible." He said he's coming forward because a former mistress has been threatening to sell her story to the tabloids. "I was associated with a woman who I was involved with and had a relationship with," he says. "She asked for money. I felt as though I was being blackmailed or there was some sort of extortion." [People]
  • Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller have allegedly reached a financial settlement in their alleged divorce proceedings. A source says Brooke will get a substantial sum, "but not a fortune... It's not everything she wanted. It's not even close. But it's enough." [Radar]
  • Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller released this statement: "Please let us clarify this: They are not seeking a divorce nor has one been contemplated. There has been no financial agreements between the parties of any sort. Stories to the contrary are false." [TMZ]
  • Jason Wahler was sentenced to three years probation today after pleading guilty to drunk driving. [People]
  • An "insider" claims Sandra Bullock is continuing plans to move to New Orleans with Louis now that she and Jesse James are selling their home in California. "Sandra and Jesse were in New Orleans just before the holidays last year and they were touring around town looking at homes and enjoying the city," said a source. "They began their trip [in] November ... with the premiere of The Blind Side and stayed for an extended period of time to enjoy the city. Sandra has done a lot for the city of New Orleans and she feels connected to it." [Fox News]
  • Sources say many people choose to adopt from Louisiana because "once the birth mom signs her surrender, it's irrevocable." Usually a divorce could complicate things if the birth mom signed the child over to a married couple, but Sandra Bullock probably used a private adoption agency, which makes it even less likely she'd lose custody of Louis. [X17]
  • Lynn Redgrave died on Sunday night at 67. Her family said in a statement, "Our beloved mother Lynn Rachel passed away peacefully after a seven year journey with breast cancer. She lived, loved and worked harder than ever before. The endless memories she created as a mother, grandmother, writer, actor and friend will sustain us for the rest of our lives. Our entire family asks for privacy through this difficult time." [People]
  • Amanda Seyfriend filmed movies with Liam Neeson and Vanessa Redgrave shortly after Natasha Richardson's death. "There's no way of knowing what to say or what to do. To be a source of comfort, which is what you want to be," she said. [Daily Express]
  • Radar has a copy of the Coast Guard Report on Patrick McDermott, Olivia Newton John's vanished ex-boyfriend. More details than you could possibly want here: [Radar]
  • Jessica Biel already climbed Mt. Kilimanjaro, and she says the next goal is "trekking to Everest base camp." [People]
  • At the link, a list of SNL factoids revealed in James Franco's documentary Saturday Night, about the making of one episode of the show. [NYT]
  • Reggie Bush settled a lawsuit filed against him by a man who claims he gave him $300,000 while he was playing college football so he'd hire him as an agent when he went pro, which is illegal. [Radar]
  • Q: Usher recently reportedly said that American Idol was ruining the music business. What's your take on that? Heart's Nancy Wilson: "I think that it's cool that people have an appointment with a television show, where they're rooting for somebody that they get to know, and they see the hardship of going through all of that. And trying to make it and they're up against such a horribly judgmental country and reviewed for it. They have to be surprising in some way or perfect or you know. And when Susan Boyle was out there doing her thing, it informed the entire world. And I think that's what it really should be and that's what good about it." [LAT]
  • L.A. Ink's Kat Von D says we shouldn't judge Michelle McGee because she has tattoos. "There have been many cases in the past that have been fully exploited where people have affairs and then they have absolutely no tattoos, so if we were to sit there and dissect that, that would be pointless and very time consuming," she said. It's OK to judge her for the Nazi stuff, right? [Us]
  • New Orleans Saints QB Drew Brees on Sandra Bullock's adoption: "Personally, I'm thrilled for Sandra on the adoption of her child... Clearly she has embraced the city of New Orleans and appreciates what a wonderful and culturally rich city this is, and the fact that she has adopted a beautiful child with roots to our city makes it that much more special." [People]
  • "I would like to have my teeth done. But that would be it. I don't want to change too much of myself. I won't be looking like Barbie any time soon." — Susan Boyle [The Sun]
  • Russell Crowe, who was born in New Zealand and grew up in Australia, doesn't think that Australia should sever its ties to British royalty. He explained, "I am an English speaking man. You can call me a Kiwi or you can call me an Aussie but my family history on both sides is British and it goes back a long way. And one of the things that goes with being British is the factual tradition that the monarchy is in place. When you are talking about Queen Elizabeth, I don't think there is a more gracious world leader. I've met both Charles (Prince of Wales) and Andrew (Duke of York) and they were both intelligent and kind men." [Daily Express]
  • In the new issue of Interview, Madonna talks to Gus Van Sant about writing and directing her new film W.E., saying, "I've never had that experience before, because making records and putting my shows together – except at the very beginning of my career, I've never really experienced much resistance," she continued. "But when you make a movie, it seems like there's nothing but resistance. It's kind of a miracle that any movie ever gets made. Every other day, it's like, ‘What am I doing? This is insane. I could be off gardening right now. This is too stressful. Who do I think I am? Why am I putting myself through all of this punishment?' That's what it feels like-for me, anyway." [Access Hollywood]