Elisabeth Didn't Talk With Erin; Michael Wants Lindsay In Rehab

  • During Elisabeth Hasselbeck's teary apology to Erin Andrews on The View last week, she implied that she talked to Andrews on the phone. Erin says, "She called me. I didn't speak with her." [Extra]
  • It's unclear why Elisabeth and Erin didn't actually talk (did Elisabeth at least leave a weepy voicemail message?) but Erin says, "I heard what she had to say on The View and I listened to everything she said... I'm just gonna leave it at that and move on." [Extra]
  • A young Erin Andrews appears in this commercial for an exercise video from choreographer to the stars Darrin Henson: [People]
  • Michael Lohan's lawyer sent a letter to the judge in Lindsay Lohan's DUI case asking her to extend her probation and subject her to "frequent, random, court-ordered drug testing" rather than jail. [TMZ]
  • The letter also says, "It is clear to Michael that the current court-ordered condition of her probation-namely, that she is required to only attend alcohol education classes-is insufficient... Michael therefore respectfully requests that the Court order Lindsay into an inpatient residential drug and alcohol treatment program." [E!]
  • At a celebrity boxing event on Long Island this weekend Michael Lohan tried to talk to Dina Lohan but she ignored him, as shown in the dramatic photo at the link. [TMZ]
  • Noted legal analyst ex-con Michael Lohan says the documents E*Trade filed detailing Lindsay Lohan's misbehavior are "desperate" and "extremely unprofessional. He explains, "What the hell do these documents have to do with Lindsay's lawsuit? It seems E*Trades' lawyers are grasping at straws now. They know they're wrong and they're desperate and they're trying to convolute things." [Radar]
  • Alexis Neirs pleaded no contest today to burglarizing Orlando Bloom's house and was sentenced to 180 days in jail and three years probation. [TMZ]
  • Sandra Bullock spent Mother's Day in New Orleans with baby Louis, visiting an art gallery, shopping, and dodging the paparazzi. [Radar]
  • Avril Lavigne Tweeted to Brody Jenner, "I love you eyelashes," to which he replied, "kisses." Barf. [People]
  • Did you know DJ AM has a cameo in Iron Man 2? His mom says, "I'm very proud of Adam as he was loved by so many people. Of course I had mixed emotions when I saw the film at the premiere but I'm delighted that it has done so well at the box-office. Adam was friendly with both Robert Downey Jr. and Jon Favreau and they wanted to keep his part in the movie as a tribute to him." [Radar]
  • Recently Courtney Love said of Fred Durst, "I have to say, as much as I like Fred, he brought about the worst years in rock history." When a paparazzo asked him to comment he pretended he didn't know who Courtney is. [TMZ]
  • Brooke Mueller has stopped wearing her 11 carat wedding ring as she and Charlie Sheen prepare to divorce. [Radar]
  • The death of Catherine Bach's husband Peter Lopez has officially been ruled a suicide. [Radar]
  • Donald Trump says he's been talking to Bret Michaels and "he's doing really better... hopefully we'll have him on the finale." That may be jumping the gun a little, since the Celebrity Apprentice finale is in two weeks. [Radar]
  • You may have heard that Jersey Shore's J-WOWW is engaged, but she says her diamond ring is old, and she actually said it's a "commitment ring.". [Radar]
  • Toni Braxton says stress, not cheating, was the reason her eight-year marriage ended in November. She said, "My heart is still broken - who knew a song about heartbreak would literally be my life? There wasn't a third party involved - nothing like that. If there was, I'd have a whole different personality right now. Maybe it was the working together - the stress - that ended our marriage. But we are great friends still. I'm not happy about the marriage breaking up, but you gotta do what you gotta do - you know when things are dissolving." [Contact Music]
  • Possible spoiler: Mayim Bialik says her character on Big Bang Theory will be back next season. [E!]
  • Patrick Swayze's widow Lisa Niemi says they both wanted to have children, "Just for whatever reason that's something that didn't happen and something that, you know, I have had regrets about. But some things, you just have to live with and be grateful for the things that you do have." [UPI]
  • Rachel Weisz and Katie Holmes will both be playing Jackie O in upcoming projects, but they're resisting the urge to claw each other's eyes out. Weisz says, "It's not a competition. I'm surprised more people haven't played her thus far. It seems strange there hasn't been many versions. But it's great she has the opportunity to play her as well." [People]
  • When asked about reports that Khloe Kardashian is trying for a baby with Lamar Odom, Kris Jenner said, "Well, she better step it up because I need another grandchild!" [Us]
  • Rufus Wainwright says he still "follows the teachings of Oscar Wilde" but he and his boyfriend have been in a monogamous relationship for five years. "I'm now more prone to admire someone for his youth without needing to devour him," he says. "Besides, after a while, it's a pain in the ass taking off your boots." Blackbook Magazine]
  • Amanda Peet says that she and her husband were arguing over what to name her second child Molly June. "You can't leave the hospital until you sign the paper with the name so we got right up to the point where the nurse was trying to usher us to leave," says Peet. "We still couldn't choose between Maya June and Molly June. So finally David… tore off two little pieces of paper, wrote the names on each paper, and put them behind his back. I chose one of them and it was Maya and then I got really upset, so…" [People]
  • Annie Lennox won't be guest judging on American Idol or X Factor anytime soon. "I think those types of shows are dangerous and cruel - they'll have a long-lasting effect on how people look at music," she said. "I understand their appeal, but there's no chance I'd ever be a judge. You have a panel of people basically giving you the thumbs up or down, and there's so much more to music than that."[Daily Express]
  • Cate Blanchett says her kids think she's cooler after performing the stunts in Robin Hood. "I went up in their estimation from the first night on set, when I was called on to shoot a flaming arrow, missed my mark and hit a light, which duly exploded," she said. "I mean, how many mums do stuff like that?" [People]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal says Prince of Persia has given him a fear of ostriches (in addition to a more muscled body). "They would say, 'Don't make any noise around the ostriches. They'll tear out your eyes and rip out your heart.' So, I was naturally terrified," he says. "They look like they're innocent, but they're really not." [People]
  • Taylor Momsen is so bad, you guys. She appeared on a British morning TV show wearing thigh-high stockings and when asked about how she handles the pressures of fame she said, "If you do what I do, you just don't give a shit." [The Sun]
  • In an interview with The Guardian, Joanna Newsom says of Lady Gaga, "I'm mystified by the laziness of people looking at how she presents herself, and somehow assuming that implies there's a high level of intelligence in the songwriting. Her approach to image is really interesting, but you listen to the music, and you just hear glow sticks. Smart outlets for musical journalism give her all this credit, like she's the new Madonna... Although I'm coming from a perspective of also thinking Madonna is not great at all. I'm like, fair enough: she is the new Madonna, but Madonna's a dumb-ass!" She later apologized for calling Madonna dumb and added, "My problem isn't actually with Lady Gaga. But there's not much in her music to distinguish it from other glossy, formulaic pop. She just happens to wear slightly weirder outfits than Britney Spears. But they're not that weird – they're mostly just skimpy. She's fully marketing her body/sexuality; she's just doing it while wearing, like, a 'fierce' telephone hair-hat. Her sexuality has no scuzziness, no frank raunchiness, in the way that, say, Peaches, or even Grace Jones, have – she's Arty Spice! And, meanwhile, she seems to take herself so oddly seriously, the way she talks about her music in the third person, like she's Brecht or something. She just makes me miss Cyndi Lauper." [The Guardian]