Nicole & Jen Are BFF; James Franco Dodges Questions About His SexualityS

  • Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Aniston are filming Just Go With It together in Maui, and acting like "absolute best friends," according to a source.

They hang out between takes "laughing, joking and goofing off together." Friday they had a hula dance-off. Nicole won. [Radar Online]

  • The Chelsea Handler sex tape is now for sale. [Radar Online]
  • Will Oprah move to New York? That's what this paper wants to know, because she was seen taking a "fitness walk" on 5th Avenue. [NY Post]
  • George Lopez knew about Sandra Bullock's secret adoption, and says: "I'm a proud uncle." He adds: "I love that she was able to do it privately and really take care of Louis, which is first and foremost." [NYDN]
  • If you haven't seen Gwyneth Paltrow rap, you can watch the insanity in a video at the link. [NYDN]
  • Jennifer Garner has donated $250,000 to Save The Children. [NYDN]
  • The young lady from Pretty Wild was in court yesterday. "A judge denied a request Monday by a woman accused of burglarizing the home of Orlando Bloom to have her statements to police barred from her trial. Defendant Alexis Neiers, 18, testified that she didn't understand her Miranda rights to remain silent and have an attorney present for the interviews." [AP]
  • Hugh Jackman: "It's been about a year since I've done a film so I'm ready to go back." [Mirror]
  • Michael Lohan says that "having Dina and Lindsay here in LA will help us all get on the same page with a lot of issues." [Radar Online]
  • Lindsay Lohan and Dina Lohan taped a Mother's Day-themed segment for Entertainment Tonight over the weekend, and sources claim LL got $10,000 for the interview. [Page Six]
  • Cameron Diaz and A-Rod: Still going strong. [Page Six]
  • James Franco will be a teaching assistant at Yale in the fall, and says: "I love school. I go to school because I love being around people who are interested in what I'm interested in and I'm having a great experience." [ONTD via People]
  • Is James Franco gay? [Gatecrasher]
  • Sienna Miller and Jude Law were on the red carpet together a the Costume Institute gala last night. [E!]
  • Chris Brown was in Las Vegas over the weekend, where he sang at the Mayweather fight, but had trouble getting into clubs, because he is not yet 21. He turns 21 tomorrow, and was looking for a place to celebrate, but hasn't "found any clubs that would welcome him and his posse." [NY Post]
  • Johnny Depp and his friend almost got mugged! But Johnny looked deep into the man's eyes and told him to back off. And then the dude looked at Johnny and said, "I ain't stealing from Captain Jack," and put down the broken bottle he'd been pointing at the two. [Digital Spy]
  • NBC claims that Conan O'Brien lied during his 60 Minutes interview when he said that he was fired instead of Jay Leno because Jay's payout would have been bigger. Also, Conan said it "isn't possible" that The Tonight Show was losing money when he hosted — but the network had discussed that fact with him. [TMZ]
  • Producer Darkchild is working on a new album for Britney Spears and says: "I know exactly what the direction is and I'm gonna kill it! I'm gonna create the most incredible, unbelievable track that you could ever think of to hit the planet earth, the galaxy, around the world, all of that, for Britney Spears!" [ONTD]
  • Jenna Jameson and Tito Ortiz are on speaking terms and love each other very much and are trying to make things work. [TMZ]
  • JUST IN: Jenna Jameson and her son have been rushed by ambulance to a hospital. [Radar Online, TMZ]
  • Ryan Phillippe is on the cover of Inked magazine, and inside, shows off his tattoos, including one that is "an image of his son Deacon's hand gripping Ryan's grandfather's hand." In the interview, he says: "I did have a ladybug on my foot covered up. Its significance was with an ex. I put a stingray over the top of it. When people ask me why, I say, 'Any animal that could take down the Crocodile Hunter deserves my respect.'" The ex? Reese Witherspoon. [ONTD via Inked]
  • MTV is facing racketeering charges: Lawyers for guys who were in bar brawls with Jersey Shore's Ronnie claim that the show profited from the bar fights by showing footage of them on air. [Radar Online, AP]
  • An advertiser has pulled an ad from Jesse James' Garage Magazine, because he doesn't want his product to be affiliated with "someone like him." [TMZ]
  • Breaking: Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato went on a date at the Cheesecake Factory. [People]
  • Ian Hamrick, aka the kid who gets shot in the head in the M.I.A. video, was supposed to have a "feature role" in Shakira's track, "Waka Waka" but will now only appear in crowd shots. [TMZ]
  • Paris Hilton's Guide To Breaking Up: Coming to a bookstore near you — and being written by Merle Ginsberg, whom you may have seen as a judge on RuPaul's Drag Race. [Page Six]
  • Ellen Pompeo is launching a national prevention campaign with the American Cancer Society and says: "Cancer is something that touches everyone's lives. Women are busy taking care of other people. This is about choosing yourself." [Reuters]
  • The former CBS producer who admitted to trying to extort money from David Letterman will be sentenced today; he will get six months and 1,000 hours of community service. [AP]
  • Congrats to Top Chef's Tom Colicchio, who is the nation's top chef! [AP]
  • Congrats to Julia Louis-Dreyfus, who is getting a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame today! [AP]
  • Angel from Buffy cheated on his wife but says: "We're working on our marriage. We're working on repairing what has been damaged so badly." [People]
  • Angel, aka David Boreanaz, had an affair with Rachel Uchitel, aka Tiger Woods' mistress?!!? [Radar Online]
  • Tiger Woods' pick-up line: Ew. [NY Post]
  • Apparently People magazine reporter Steve Helling heard rumors of Tiger Woods' partying over the years: "Drunken nights at the clubs, dirty dancing with other women, phone numbers slipped to pretty blonds — but I didn't follow up on the tips." Now Helling is releasing a book, Tiger, which states: "Marriage hadn't changed Tiger's appetite for sex, and he was always on the prowl for women." [Gatecrasher]
  • Tiger Woods is "back on the prowl." [Radar Online]
  • Zoolander 2: Ain't gonna happen. [Perez]
  • Samuel L. Jackson and Neil LaBute are teaming up for a Showtime drama about a white supremacist family in the Pacific Northwest. Jackson will executive produce; LaBute is writing. Sam doesn't plan to act in the show, but he's not ruling it out, either. [Variety]
  • The company which licenses the use of Michael Jackson's image is suing companies which use his likeness illegally. [TMZ]
  • File under: Places I will never go: the "Olive May Davis Osmond Cabin and Museum," a log cabin in Idaho Donnie and Marie's mom was born. [AP]
  • Sylvester Stallone has decided not to do another Rambo film. [Daily Express]
  • Jason Wahler of Laguna Beach and The Hills: Going to jail for DUI. [E!]
  • Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings will be on Letterman tonight. [Page Six]
  • You heard it here first: Lemonade Mouth Is the next High School Musical. [NY Post]
  • "One of Hunter S. Thompson's last works has been picked up for feature treatment that would put a character based on Thompson onscreen again, this time as a crusader for justice." [Reuters]
  • "There are stronger strains out there now than there used to be with the old Mexican dirt weed. But I think people have built up their tolerance a lot over the years. To someone who smokes all the time it isn't necessarily stronger. I think it depends on who is smoking it. It's not for everyone. It's medicine and if it's not your medicine you shouldn't make it so." — Willie Nelson, on marijuana. [Telegraph]
  • "Country songs themselves are three-chord stories, ballads which are mostly sad. If you are already feeling sorry for yourself when you listen to them they will take you to an even sadder place. Sometimes that's good for your mind. It doesn't hurt to feel sad from time to time. It's better than having a drink when you feel life has abused you, because that way you can end up a drunk. We enjoy making ourselves feel sad. People will pay good money to come and cry. Give me a hundred bucks for a ticket and I'll make you cry!" — Willie Nelson. [Telegraph]
  • "You only need one pair of shoes at a time. As long as you have enough to eat and somewhere to sleep, it becomes about what you need versus what you can afford." — Willie Nelson. Lots more at the link. [Telegraph]
  • "I'm very, very nervous. I'm playing the 02 Arena, which is huge, but I'm really looking forward to it, too. Apparently it's selling well, which is wonderful and I think I have a lot of friends, family and fans coming out for it. I don't sing the way I used to, so I'm doing everything I can to put the word out that they shouldn't expect that." — Julie Andrews. [Telegraph]
  • "At some point, my therapist told me I should stop dating writers and be a writer. I finally feel like I can call myself a writer now, rather than writing being just something I do on the side, as a dilettante." — Molly Ringwald, whose book, Getting The Pretty Back, is out now. [The Daily Beast]
  • "I think over the course of the eight years, we've had 16 marriages and 30-something children have been born. We were like a family. So, it's very hard to say goodbye." — Kiefer Sutherland, on 24. The final scenes of the show have been filmed. [Mirror]