Jen Ate Baby Food; Snooki Punched A "Whore"

  • According to this report, Jennifer Aniston wanted to lose weight before she flew to Hawaii to film Just Go With It with Adam Sandler and Nicole Kidman. So famed trainer Tracy Anderson put her on a "Baby Food Cleanse" program.

This involves eating 14 portions of puréed food a day, followed by a healthy adult dinner. In other words: Jen ate 14 servings of baby food a day. To lose weight. Apparently it worked and she lost 7 lbs. [News.com.au]

  • Madonna's journals were up for auction on eBay, but her reps have intervened and the notebooks are no longer for sale. [TMZ]
  • Lady Gaga was slated to perform at the Costume Institute Gala on Monday, but refused to walk the red carpet and locked herself in her dressing room for most of the evening. Gaga was finally coaxed on stage, where she said: "I'll never forget when Anna Wintour called me to play at this event, she called me and said, 'I would like you to play at the Met gala, but I just want to make sure, because I've seen you perform before, that you won't be swearing during the performance. So Anna, I will do my fucking best!" [Page Six]
  • Ke$ha performed at some rich kid's bat mitzvah, but was tricked into thinking it was a Sweet 16 — apparently many artists will perform for 16-year-olds but not 13-year-olds. [Page Six]
  • In some ways, it feels like it was just a matter of time until this headline appeared: "Snooki Punches Girl In Bar Brawl." Apparently Snickers and JWoww were in an altercation in which Snooki "just started swinging" and grabbed a young lady by the neck and called her a whore. [Radar Online]
  • "EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: District Attorney: I Will Put Lindsay Lohan Behind Bars For A Long Time If She Violated Probation." [Radar Online]
  • Dina Lohan says that the rumors that she partied with Lindsay Lohan are "absolute lies." In addition, Dina says that Michael is the one who was out at a club "until 2:30 in the morning." [Radar Online]
  • We'd heard this rumor; now it's confirmed: Lindsay Lohan will indeed play 1970s porn star Linda Lovelace in a film called Inferno. [AP]
  • You could write an essay about the new Miley Cyrus video, and how she is a bird in a cage, shaking her feathers for people, irate in her nest, singing, "They try to change me but they realize they can't… And if you try to hold me back I will explode… I can't be tamed." Growing pains, anyone? [Perez]
  • It sucks that this post about Gabourey Sidibe has the words "more lard" associated with it. [ONTD]
  • On a morning radio show, Kristin Cavallari was asked, point blank, "Have you ever done cocaine?" She replied: "Yeah I have. I tried it in high school. I admitted it! I don't like being around it. I think it's kind of a shady disgusting drug." And: "I'm the first to admit that I like to go out and have a good time. It's no shock that I drink… [But] I'm not doing anything that I shouldn't be doing. Drugs scare me…I'm off of all drugs. I'm fine, I'm really healthy and take care of myself." [Access Hollywood]
  • "EXCLUSIVE: Halle Berry & Baby Daddy Split Over Her 'Nagging.'" [Radar Online]
  • Jenna Jameson is not sure what's going to happen between her and Tito Ortiz. "I can't really say [if I will extend the restraining order]. I want it to go smoothly. I want to fall into his arms and everything to be ok. So I really hope that's what happens. But right now the welfare of my children is number one," says Jenna. And: "I really need to sit down and talk with him. We need to talk about things because, you know, none of this can ever happen again." [Radar Online]
  • LA Dodgers player Matt Kemp was asked if he and Rihanna are "official," and he said: "Yeah! That's my girl!" Sweet! He also gushed: "She's just a fun person. I love to be around her. She's definitely a great person in my life, and I'm happy I'm with her." [Us Magazine]
  • Jennifer Lopez tells Marie Claire UK: "I was always very comfortable with who I was. I've never looked at myself in a negative way." Really? Never? And: "Just like anybody I try to watch what I eat — there's no big science to it, which is what sucks." [Daily Mail]
  • In a written agreement, Charlie Sheen has surrendered legal custody of the two kids he had with Denise Richards. [TMZ]
  • Breaking: Levi Johnston made on-time child support payments to Bristol Palin. And! The two are getting along. [TMZ]
  • It remains unclear whether or not Larry King is getting a divorce. [TMZ]
  • Kate Gosselin will dance one more time on the Dancing With The Stars finale. She writes on her TLC blog: "C'mon, I know you missed my unique dance style!" [People]
  • The good news: Julia Louis-Dreyfus got a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame! The bad news: They spelled her name wrong. [AP]
  • Lance Bass and Queer Eye's Kyan Douglas: Dating! Two cute! [Perez]
  • Elin Nordegren: Back from Sweden, if you believe that the blondish blur a red arrow is pointing to in this fuzzy picture is actually her. [TMZ]
  • Ryan Gosling is narrating a documentary called ReGeneration, about "the causes of rampant cynicism among today's youth and their apathetic view toward social and political causes." [Reuters]
  • Idris Elba took part in the Gumball 3000 Rally, and had to pay $1500 in fines on five speeding tickets. He says: "We were only going 130 miles an hour, but I'm not going to lie, we definitely came here wanting to win. It's not a race, it's a rally, but what we wanted to do was come in with impressive checking times." Also participating this year: Eve, Tony Hawk, Jade Jagger and Xzibit. [Mirror, The Star]
  • "Corey Haim's mother told officials she flushed Corey's entire prescription drug stash down the toilet in the hours after his death because she didn't want them in the wrong hands — and she didn't know cops would be investigating the scene, this according to a newly released autopsy report." [TMZ]
  • When Corey Haim's mom was asked if the news that he died of natural causes "vindicated" her son from critics who assumed it was a drug overdose, she said, "Yes, exactly." [Radar Online]
  • At the link: Everything you ever wanted to know about Jane Fonda, from her workout videos to her Vietnam war incident to her mother's suicide to her hip replacement surgery. [Daily Express]
  • Video: Bill Murray reads poetry to construction workers. [Perez]
  • "Elmo's favorite moment was singing with Mr. Ray Charles," says Elmo, looking back at his career. [NYDN]
  • "I've turned down a lot of movies just to be in school. And it felt like, 'All right, [acting] is still my job. I still need to do this. I can't support myself on an academic career, or directing, yet. So I took it. I've done my thesis, I've done everything…" — James Franco, on 127 Hours, the film about Aron Ralston, a mountain climber who amputated his lower right arm after being trapped. Because he took the role, Franco lost a semester's worth of work and will not graduate this year. [USA Today]
  • "As long as one person is enslaved, we are all enslaved. As long as we continue to allow these young women to be criminalized, the message we're putting out is that women and girls can be bought ... It's time that we bring the dirty little secret out into the open." — Demi Moore, who spoke at a briefing on Domestic Sex Trafficking of Children in Washington D.C. yesterday. [People]
  • "I hate putting things on hangers. I have a hanger phobia — I don't like the way they sound when you put them in the wardrobe." — Kylie Minogue. [The Sun]
  • "My family are the least sarcastic family. I didn't even know what sarcasm was until I got to college and then I started to learn it - but yeah I can do it if I have to." — Mira Sorvino. [Mirror]
  • "Being on Broadway, and in the theater community as a whole, is like coming home again for me, and sharing a Tony nomination for Fences, with so many wonderfully talented people associated with this play, makes it seem like one big family reunion." — Denzel Washington. [NYDN]
  • "It has been a dream come true to be a part of the Broadway community. I am deeply honored to be nominated and so proud to have been a part of this extraordinary production." — Scarlett Johansson, Tony award nominee for A View From The Bridge. [NYDN]
  • "What a great honor. Bringing our production of Hamlet to New York will always be one of the highlights of my career and to receive this recognition amongst these other brilliant actors only makes this experience sweeter." — Jude Law, Tony award nominee. [NYDN]
  • "What a thrill to be nominated! The experience of doing this incredible show and working every night with such a talented group of people has truly been one of the most rewarding experiences of my career. And now to be nominated for a Tony, in my dreams, I couldn't imagine a better way to make my Broadway debut." — Catherine Zeta-Jones, Tony award nominee for A Little Night Music. [NYDN]
  • "I look forward to seeing my friends." — Christopher Walken, on being nominated for a Tony. [NYDN]
  • "I felt like I'd walked into an American teen movie. I picked up the red cups. I was like, Wow, they really do drink from these." — Emma Watson, on attending her first frat party while attending Brown University. [Vanity Fair]
  • "I was scared before I came to Brown-that I wasn't going to be allowed to have both [a career and a normal life]. People would think that I didn't deserve to have both. [I was afraid they'd think], You're famous. You're given free handbags. Why should you deserve to be normal?" — Emma Watson. [Vanity Fair]
  • "Some have labeled me as a gay icon. Well no shit, Sherlock" — Liza Minnelli. [Page Six]