Jen Denies Baby Food Diet; New Details About Bullock's Baby Photo ShootS

  • Jennifer Aniston laments: "I've been asked lately, 'Jen, what's this baby food diet all about?'"

"I kept thinking: That's the strangest question ever." Well, see, on Wednesday, In Touch reported that you were on a baby food diet! Jen says: "Sorry, but the last time I had baby food, I believe I was 1. I've been on solids for about 40 years now." [People]

  • Lindsay Lohan and 30 of her BFFs went to see Iggy Pop play in Brooklyn on Wednesday, not that she was expected to attend: "The staff had opened a private entrance for Josh because he was going to be late," says a source. "If they expected Lindsay, they certainly didn't expect her to come with that many people. Most celebrities brought one or two guests — her crew was inappropriately large." Oh, and BTW: "She looked completely out of it." [Gatecrasher]
  • Gisele's "post-baby body" is on display in these lingerie ads. Can kung fu really make you look like that? [NYDN]
  • Beyoncé is being accused of lying about writing a song. Again. [ONTD]
  • TMZ has learned that Jesse James was at the photo shoot when Sandra Bullock posed for people, which we learned on May 5 as part of Midweek Madness. Anyway, sources says Jesse was "incredible with both Sandra and Louis." [TMZ]
  • Kate Beckinsale is a juror at The Cannes Film Festival! This magazine asks, "What are you going to do? Take notes?" Kate answers: "I arrived late because of the whole volcano thing, missed the inaugural dinner and all that. And I just thought, 'Oh shit, everyone's going to have done their homework but me.' I was going to ask that: Are we supposed to take notes or is that going to piss people off when they look over and see me writing? I think I probably will. It's a lot of films: two a day." [New York Mag]
  • Breaking: "Teen sensation Justin Bieber is single and dating." Do what you will this information. [AP]
  • On a BBC radio show, the host told Russell Crowe his accent in Robin Hood sounded a little bit Irish, not English. Russell got pissed and said: "You've got dead ears, mate. You've seriously got dead ears if you think that's an Irish accent." The guy said there were "hints" of Irish, and Russell spat, "bullshit." And: "I'm a little dumbfounded you could possibly find any Irish in that character - that's kind of ridiculous, but it's your show." [Daily Express]
  • Jonathan Rhys Myers has been banned from flying United Airlines after an incident earlier this month, in which he was pounding drinks in the first class lounge and acting drunk, disorderly, belligerent, disruptive and out of control — he was not allowed to board the plane. Don't they know he's the King of England? [Radar Online]
  • Matt Lauer and his wife Annette deny that they have broken up. Matt says: "I am living in my apartment with Annette and my children as a family and a couple. I have never moved out. I am not moving out. There is no truth to that." He also adds: "The accusations [of infidelity] are ridiculous and I'm not going to [dignify] them with an answer. It's not true." [People]
  • "EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Matt Lauer's Mom Not Aware Of Marriage Split." [Radar Online]
  • At the link, you can see a picture of Alexis Houston, the lady Matt Lauer was allegedly having an affair with. Someone posted the video of "Jungle Fever" in the comments, which made me LOL. [ONTD]
  • Glee's Matthew Morrison says the rumor that he hooked up with Lea Michele is "laughable." [Us Magazine]
  • Whoa! Bret Michaels' recovery must be going well if he is hoping to return to the stage by the end of the month. [People]
  • Sigh: The Wanda Sykes Show is getting canceled. [Deadline Hollywood]
  • Pandora fans, don't hold your breath: The Avatar sequel is at least 3 years away. [Perez]
  • Check out these pictures of Lady Gaga and Sting performing together. [ONTD]
  • Heidi Montag's dad can't believe that Heidi and Spencer called the cops on Heidi's mom, Darlene. "Why would they call the police on Heidi's mom, she is not a threat, it makes absolutely no sense, they need to show more respect," Bill Montag says. He also believes that Heidi is alienating her family. "My daughter used to phone me several times a week but we have not spoken since my birthday." [Radar Online]
  • Here is a picture of Spencer Pratt wearing some king of military-grade binoculars, doing "surveillance" after calling the cops on Heidi's mom. [TMZ]
  • Tiger Woods' lawyers are accusing Elin Nordegren's legal team of leaking information about the divorce. [TMZ]
  • Rachel Ray and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg were at a school in Brooklyn on Thursday "to empower kids to cook and have a healthier relationship with food." [AP]
  • Has the original Law & Order been canceled? [CBS News]
  • Lisa Marie Presley pleaded with fans to fill the space around Michael Jackson's tomb with flowers, and now some guy is sending several thousand sunflowers to the mausoleum today. [TMZ]
  • Here's what Danica Patrick said while looking at those NSFW pictures of her crush, Robert Pattinson, in Details: "Oh my gosh. He does look pretty good. Holy crap." Then she was asked if she's into Twilight, Danica gushed: "I'm obsessed. I've read them all. They did a good job of casting the movie-I mean, Rob looks the part. But I think nothing will ever compare to our own imaginations about, you know, perfection…Dude, they are full on nude, like, they had to wax themselves! [Borat voice] Wah wah wee wah." [Details]
  • Regis Philbin will have a blood clot removed from his leg in an operation next week. [NY Post]
  • Jimmy Kimmel's writers have found a way to joke about the BP oil spill — check out the video at the link. [New York Times]
  • "Vanessa Redgrave says she's grieving the deaths of her sister and daughter but also 'glorying' in their memory." [AP]
  • Country star Mindy McCready is fighting a custody battle for her son — with her own mom. [Radar Online]
  • "Jon Cryer Opens Up For First Time About Adopted Daughter." [Radar Online]
  • Entourage for women: Coming to HBO. [NY Post]
  • Naomi Watts will play Marilyn Monroe in a film called Blonde; Michelle Williams will play Marilyn Monroe in a film called My Week With Marilyn. [NY Post]
  • MTV is denying the rumors that the network will hire an entirely new cast for Jersey Shore. [NY Post]
  • What the world needs now: A solo single from Joey Fatone. [ONTD]
  • Q: Glee seems to be the first TV show to have extended interest in the musical from the boards to people's living rooms. Are you a fan? Patti LuPone: "Absolutely! Hopefully this will want to make [audiences] go to a Broadway musical. I think it's really terrific." Q: What about the proliferation of competition shows to determine who will be the next big pop star or ballroom dancer? Patti LuPone: Oh, those I hate. Look at poor Susan Boyle. It's a very difficult profession. And it's insulting to the people who have trained for a discipline — acting and singing are crafts and disciplines. It's also, especially American Idol, so derivative. They all sound like somebody who's already famous. And Dancing With the Stars is pathetic. If you're going to have a competition, have it with real dancers. Show me some real talent." [Variety]
  • "I just celebrate who she was. She was like the person who walked in the room and she was always the first person to dance. You know when you go to a party and everybody is standing around, and the music is going — and you know sooner or later everyone is going to dance. She was always the first person to dance. And I just try to connect to that and celebrate who she was and how she was, and not make sense of it, 'cause there is no sense of making sense of it." — Ashton Kutcher on his ex-girlfriend, Brittany Murphy. [ONTD]
  • "I had a general meeting with him. We hit it off a little bit, and it went from there. But I didn't think I'd be playing a priest." — Colin Hanks, on working with Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner in the past. [USA Today]
  • "I didn't want to celebrate a culture of wealth. But after the crash, all bets were off. It was a triple bypass. This is serious. It's time to come back. It had to be done."— Oliver Stone, on Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps. [The Wrap]
  • "I've always wanted to be a rock star, if just because of the sexiness of it. But I'm far too self-conscious. I'm much happier being a comedian who's sexy and a bit rock-and-roll rather than the most gauche, awkwardly embarrassing rock star in history. You can't be a rock star if you're too aware of how ridiculous it is. You can't be ironic about it. When we did that concert I felt legitimately sexy in that moment. It was only later I thought, What was I thinking, thrusting my hips in that way and snarling?" — Russell Brand. [Playboy]
  • "Living on top of the whole scene had its advantages. 'Happy' epitomized that. One afternoon, Jimmy Miller [the producer] was on drums and Bobby Keys on baritone sax, but that was about it. The guys didn't usually start work until after dark. I said: 'Look, I've got this idea. Can we just lay it down for later?' By the time the rest of the band arrived, I'd done a few overdubs and we had finished the track. I'd captured it before anybody else knew it existed. I play 'Happy' quite a lot. It's not usually my genre. I'm not known for happy and joyful stuff. I'm probably more aligned to Lucifer and the dark side. But it was a damn good afternoon and I still love it." — Keith Richards. [Independent]
  • "When I go [to concerts and festivals] I try to blend in as much as I can but sometimes it can be a bit difficult. I usually get drunken people shouting things at me. At [one show] I thought I'd be clever and wear a horse costume as a disguise, but this attracted more attention and someone even picked me up off the floor for a joke. I realize now that I'm always going to get recognized wherever I go, so I just have to deal with it. Needless to say, I'm not going to be wearing a horsey disguise again any time soon." — Harry Potter star Rupert Grint. [Telegraph]
  • "The first time I got onstage was when I was about 5 years old. It was at a church social, and I had a poem to recite. I had on a little white sailor suit, and my nose started bleeding. I went up to make my speech, and I put one finger there to stop the bleeding and said, 'If you don't like the looks of me, you can look some other way.' I've never had stage fright since." — Willie Nelson. [Time]
  • Q: What helps you get through difficult times in life? Willie Nelson: "Positive thinking. Believing that it's going to be O.K. And so far it has been. Why bitch about anything? You're not hungry. You're not cold. Neither am I. We're not sick. So everything is fine. If you continue to live in the now, then things will be O.K." [Time]
  • "Someone asked at the press conference about why are there no female directors and I don't know. I've only ever worked with one - but hopefully this year it will make three. I wish there were more. It's important to have a female sensibility in the movies." — Kate Beckinsale. [New York Mag]