SJP Calls SATC 2 A "Romp"; Courtney Love Explains Why She's Good In Bed

"The new movie is the antidote to the first one," she claims in the June 2010 issue of Marie Claire. "It's a romp. A caper. It's big and cinematic and grand-and fun!" [Access Hollywood]

  • "When you're on set, you're working 90-hour weeks, you're never home, you're exhausted. There are times when all of us have been sensitive, and sometimes feelings get hurt. But I don't have any regrets about how I've treated people." — Sarah Jessica Parker, in Marie Claire. [People]
  • Bret Michaels is on the cover of People, and inside, he says, when a doctor asked him if he had kids: "I said in these exact words, 'Am I dying? If I'm dying, I want to see my kids, but if I have a chance, I don't want them to see me in this condition.'" [People]
  • Lady Gaga skipped the Time 100 gala to attend a friend's party — and walked in with no entourage at all. [Page Six]
  • Britney Spears is fighting with her dad over the terms of her conservatorship, which requires her to be supervised by another adult when she's with her kids. "She feels there's nothing normal about being watched all the time," says a source. [ONTD via National Enquirer]
  • Gabourey Sidibe wants a guest role on Glee for her birthday. [People]
  • The red carpet makes Scarlett Johansson nervous! "I like the getting ready part, I like the hair and the make-up and the pretty dress — it's just getting on the red carpet, I just instantly flop sweat," she says. "It's a weird chemical reaction I have somehow to the red carpet. I don't know what it is. Maybe it's just the carpet itself." [Mirror]
  • In this video, Jenna Jameson has a "meltdown" as she discusses the night she and Tito Oritz had a fight — and the morning after, when he pushed her aside and she fell into the bathtub. [Us Magazine]
  • Lindsay Lohan and her mother, Dina, attended a DUI class yesterday in Glendale, CA. The D.A. has said that Lindsay will have to serve "significant jail time" if she is in violation of her probation — which requires her to go to alcohol education classes. [Radar Online]
  • Michael Lohan has backed off of his threat to seek a conservatorship for Lindsay Lohan. [TMZ]
  • "EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Jersey Shore Encouraged Brutal Beating For Ratings, Says Lawyer Suing Pauly D." [Radar Online]
  • Robin Givens is "livid" that Mike Tyson will be on The View tomorrow, and is pleading with the network, requesting that her name not be brought up. [Gatecrasher]
  • Video: Justin Bieber was asked if "Bieber" is German for "basketball," and replied, "What? German? I don't know what that means." But the problem was the Kiwi accent the interviewer had, not that The Beebz doesn't know what German is. He Tweeted, "I thought this interviewer in NZ said 'Jewman.'" He also posted a link to this video, in which he is interviewed in Germany and counts to 10 in German. And solves a Rubik's Cube. [HuffPo, Twitter]
  • Casey Affleck has completed his mockumentary about Joaquin Phoenix's "eccentric metamorphosis from actor to hip-hop musician." The film was screened for potential buyers this week, and hopefully Casey will make a distribution deal so we can all see the insanity for ourselves. [Deadline New York]
  • Russell Brand is trying to get Katy Perry into football, and his favorite team, West Ham — "but she is more interested in the players," a source claims, and she thinks one in particular is "a bit of a hunk." [Daily Express]
  • His name is Prince! And he is funky! And he will snub other celebs and skip dessert at a fancy gala if he wants to! [Page Six]
  • Kendra will address the sex tape controversy on her show, Kendra. Of course. [Perez]
  • Jay Leno took a swipe at Conan O'Brien in his monologue on Tuesday, suggesting that the alleged Times Square bomber is Team Coco. [Mirror]
  • Courtney Love was on stage with Hole in Dallas, Texas, when she went off on Fred Durst and Limp Bizkit: "I have to say, as much as I like Fred, he brought about the worst years in rock history. That just be [sic] a fact, OK? That just be a fact. 'I did it for the nookie!' I did not do it for the nookie, I did it for the rock! I'm just saying, man, he's a nice guy, but Jesus!" And: "I see [a] guy with a backwards baseball cap. Dude, you! You scare me! You make me feel like you're going to rape me or something, and all my children! You did it for the nookie, dude in the red baseball hat! Do you know one word to one (Hole) song? That is so lame. I'm so sorry; you're here for the nookie! I could beat your ass." [Star Pulse]
  • Courtney Love says she is good in bed: "Because I was never pretty. Pretty girls just lie there. Us girls who grew up a little more homely have to try a lot harder. That's why pretty girls never threaten me — it's like, yeah, you want to take me on? Take me on. Go for it." [Page Six]
  • David Boreanaz is in "sincere pain" about cheating on his wife, but determined that his family will get "through this." [E!]
  • Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller: Preparing for divorce. [TMZ]
  • Russell Crowe will be on an Australian postage stamp, and that postage stamp will kill you with its bare hands. [AFP]
  • Usher's new single has hit number one, which means he's had nine number one tracks since 1998. Mariah Carey and Rihanna have the second-most number ones since then, with six each. [Reuters]
  • Kenny Chesney's Nashville home: Flooded. Likely to be condemned. [AP]
  • In a video at the link, Kerry Washington and her mom discuss their relationship. They share books! And they're both gorgeous. [USA Today]
  • Kerry Washington — who is not a parent in real life — plays a new mother in the film Mother And Child and says: "Every mother told me you don't know until you're in it. 'You think you know, but you don't know.' Well, great. That's helpful. Basically, you're saying, 'Good luck, you're going to fail.'" She also reveals: "We pushed our schedule because Naomi [Watts] was pregnant. So the scene when the baby kicks - that's really Naomi's baby. They stole that shot before we shot the rest of the movie," she says. "I love it. Every time I see it, it's just so magical that it's really her. That's not some prosthetic, remote-controlled kick. That's Naomi and her baby." [LA Times]
  • "Janet Jackson doesn't want to make any more albums and wants to concentrate on recording singles as well as her acting career." Not a bad idea? [Contact Music]
  • NBA star Dwyane Wade is in the midst of a divorce, and his estranged wife is suing his new girlfriend, Gabrielle Union, for $50,000, claiming she caused "emotional distress." [NYDN]
  • Shocker: Kelly Clarkson is the most successful American Idol contestant. [Mirror]
  • Guess what? American Idol makes $8.1 million in ad sales each half-hour it is on the air, making it TV's biggest revenue generator. [Reuters]
  • Chynna Phillips is reuniting with Carnie and Wendy Wilson to kick off a new tour as Wilson Phillips and record their first-ever Christmas album. [People]
  • TLC is proud to be your destination for toddlers and hoarding. [Reuters]
  • A court has ordered Nas to pay more than $87,000 in back spousal and child support to Kelis, but Nas claims that he doesn't make enough money to afford the payments. [TMZ]
  • Why doesn't anyone want to buy a weird painting of Michael Jackson? [AP]
  • "Dr. Arnold Klein's office manager — who claims he was Michael Jackson's lover — is facing such intense death threats that he's moving from place to place ... hiding out from angry MJ fans." [TMZ]
  • Solange Knowles will be on a "Baby" episode of Yo Gabba Gabba. [ONTD]
  • James Gandolfini is producing — and possibly starring in — an HBO comedy project about a "politically incorrect cab driver in New York City struggling to keep his life together." [Deadline Hollywood]
  • "Iggy Pop voted celebrity with the 'worst face.'" WTF? Who dreams up that kind of survey? Donatella Versace came in third, btw. [Telegraph]
  • Yoko Ono and Michael Douglas are involved in Mayors for Peace, the international group dedicated to the abolition of nuclear weapons. [Page Six]
  • The Real World's Golzar Amirmotazedi is suing MTV for $5 million; claiming she was given several alcoholic beverages, then humiliated and thrown out of the house when she refused to have sex with one of the cast members. [EW]
  • "I was destined to become a chef. I share a birthday with Julia Child and a hairstyle with James Beard" — Tom Colicchio. [Page Six]
  • "I've been training a lot with an M4 semi-automatic assault rifle, a machine gun and a Beretta 9-millimeter. It is so physically challenging — holding up your gun, firing your magazine, reloading,. It's a strain on your shoulders and upper back. A machine gun hangs around your neck, and it's incredibly heavy. Plus you have all the magazines strapped around your chest and stomach. With the vest, it really pulls!" — Jessica Biel, on her duties while filming The A-Team. [LA Times]
  • "It used to be the one or the other, right? You were the 'bad girl' or the 'good girl' or the 'bad mother' or 'the good mother,' 'the horrible businesswoman who eschewed her children' or 'the earth mother who was happy to be at home baking pies,' all of that stuff that we sort of knew was a lie. And so as the narrative for women has changed, the kinds of narratives we tell about women have become more interesting." — Annette Bening, who is in the film Mother And Child. [The Daily Beast]
  • "I think there is this steely strength beneath this beautiful veneer that a lot of women possess. I can't fathom or understand it. I would be jumping off a bridge if I had to deal with half of what she dealt with. And with such grace. She's going through a new protocol for her chemo and she's still battling. They're going to have to drag her kicking and screaming from this planet. I wish we could bottle her spirit. We'd make millions." — Mad Men's Bryan Batt, on his mother. He has written a memoir called She Ain't Heavy, She's My Mother, and the cover (which you can see at the link) is so freaking cute. [USA Today]
  • "I'm very happy. I'm very happy to be happy." — Jude Law, on being with Sienna Miller. [Access Hollywood]
  • "During the dress rehearsal of [Waiting For Godot], I crouched by the stage door of the Comedy Theatre, getting some air, my bowler hat at my feet [and] seeing an unkempt old man down on his luck, a passer-by said, 'Need some help, brother?' and put a dollar in my hat." — Ian McKellan. [Mirror]
  • "I have every interest in making sure we don't forget whose shoulders we stand on. If it means hosting a fundraiser, I'll do that. " — George Clooney, who has enlisted the support Matt Damon and Brad Pitt in his attempts to save the Motion Picture Fund Home — which provides care for the elderly in the motion picture and television industry. [The Wrap]