Courtney Hooked Up With Kate; Megan Axed From Transformers SequelS

  • Courtney Love once had a "lesbian fling" with Kate Moss. Courtney says:

"I hope she doesn't get mad that I outed her about it." Courtney claims that Kate chased her around a room. And: "It's a great story for the grandchildren, so yeah. Kate wasn't doing a lot of drugs. It was just a thing that happened in Milan in the Nineties." Oh sure, remember the '90s? When we all went to Italy and had same-sex sex? [The Sun]

  • "John Travolta and Kelly Preston hoped for another baby so their tragic son, Jett, would live on, at least one prominent former Scientologist believes." [Page Six]
  • Kevin Costner has donated an "Ocean Therapy" invention to help clean up the BP oil spill from the Gulf of Mexico. Let's hope it works properly and we don't end up with a Waterworld! [NYDN]
  • Grandpa Jon Voight says that twins Knox and Vivienne Jolie-Pitt are super special: "One takes after Angie and one after Brad, they are really amazing," he gushes. "The boy is very quiet, he has this calming, relaxed personality that Brad has. And the girl, well, she's just stunning like Angelina. Just beautiful." Of course, granddaddy had something to do with it: "Good genes!" [Us Magazine]
  • Wow, Janet Jackson has ditched her weave! [The Life Files]
  • Scarlet Johansson's mom, Melanie Sloan, has adopted a baby girl from Ethiopia. ScarJo's new sister is 20 months old; and Scar has also has an older brother, Adrian, a twin brother, Hunter, and an older half-brother, Christian, from her father's first marriage. [Us Magazine]
  • Lindsay Lohan's lawyer says Lindsay's passport was stolen but she should be back in LA on Friday — a day later than the judge ordered her to be in court. [Radar Online]
  • Lindsay Lohan is "blaming everyone under the sun but herself for the predicament she's in." [TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan sent an email to everyone she knows which reads, in part: "I need my friends, and people I work with to PLEASE help me get on a private plane tomorrow by at least 5pm. This is such a horrible thing that's happened to me and extremely unfortunate. My passports been stolen and the day before my court hearing. I would never ask such a thing, but if there's anything that I could ever ask of anyone, it would be to help me with this." [Radar Online]
  • It was just announced that Amanda Seyfried and Dominic Cooper are "on a break"; last night he was hanging out with Lindsay Lohan at a Grace Jones show in Cannes. [JustJared]
  • Megan Fox will not be in the third Transformers film, and her rep says: "It was her decision not to return. She wishes the franchise the best." [People]
  • Deadline Hollywood's Nikki Finke says that Megan's claim that it was her decision to leave the franchise is a "pantload." Finke claims: "Michael Bay kicked her to the curb by not picking up her option to do the threequel." [Deadline Hollywood]
  • Megan Fox may be replaced by pillow-lipped, alabaster-skinned beauty Gemma Arterton — who is in Prince Of Persia — and whom you may have seen in Clash of the Titans or Quantum of Solace. [The Wrap]
  • A Jesse James interview will air on Nightline on May 25. He will answer questions like: Why did he throw away a seemingly perfect life — and the perfect wife? What was he treated for in rehab? What role will he play in the life of Louis, the baby boy Sandra Bullock adopted? [Extra]
  • Jesse James would prefer if you did not call him a Nazi. [TMZ]
  • Kendra will receive up to 50 percent of the sales generated by her sex tape. As if there was ever any doubt. [Radar Online]
  • Charlize Theron and Keanu Reeves: It's on! She broke up with Stuart Townsend after eight years together and turned to her friend — and Devil's Advocate costar — Keanu in the aftermath. One thing lead to another and now they are a couple. A source says: "He makes her laugh, which was just what the doctor ordered for her broken heart." [National Enquirer]
  • Cynthia Nixon is pissed about that Newsweek article in which Ramin Setoodeh doubted that gay actors can convincingly play straight. She says: "It's hard enough to encourage people to come out of the closet, [and assure them] it's not going to damage their careers — and when you have someone who is — he's just negative. He's making fun of people in a really cruel way. It's really set us back 10 years." [Perez via MTV News]
  • Breaking: The Jonas Brothers got stuck in an elevator for nearly a half-hour. [Page Six]
  • Sean Penn was in front of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee yesterday instead of in Cannes. "I come here today in the hope that we will address with bold clarity the razor's edge upon which Haiti lies," he said. And: "In an emergency, donors offer money and expect it to be spent helping people. I hope we are here today to encourage just that." [CNN]
  • Diddy: Can't stand the rain. [Page Six]
  • Diddy thinks it's cool that Justin Bieber has gotten a BET award nomination: "The awards are important to hip hop and to show [hip-hop artists] in the right light. But the beauty of BET is, if Justin Bieber's hot, then he deserves to be on that stage. Sometimes, at other award shows, the color of your skin or the type of music you make takes away from getting the accolade you deserve." [Gatecrasher]
  • Justin Bieber claims that he is a "great kisser" and says he has pulled over to make out: "I mean, if you're driving, you make a little stop... you know, like the Wal-Mart rest stop, you're good." [NY Post]
  • There were rumors that Twilight actors Ashley Greene and Kellan Lutz would be replaced in Breaking Dawn, but they both signed on for the fourth and fifth films earlier this week. [Page Six]
  • Michael Vartan recently got engaged, and says he found his true love at the grocery store: "I saw her in the produce section and I thought to myself, 'I've gotta find a way — I've got to jockey position in this checkout line or something. As I was leaving, I saw her putting her groceries into the trunk of her car and I just thought, 'This is it, man!' Life's too short!" [Access Hollywood]
  • Only in Hollywood! Jerry O'Connell has put law school in hold so that he can play a lawyer on TV. [USA Today]
  • The next season will be Smallville's last. [NY Post]
  • Terrence Howard has gotten married! Let's hope the lucky lady uses baby wipes. [Us Magazine]
  • Cameron Douglas has a job in jail, for which he'll get between 20 and 40 cents an hour. [NY Post]
  • Aretha Franklin has canceled her second concert in two months, and has not offered and explanation. [Contact Music]
  • Barbra Streisand will appear at BookExpo America, and fingers crossed she'll recreate this book cover, and bring a fluffy doggy and a silver wrap! [USA Today]
  • "EXCLUSIVE: Country Star Mindy McCready Asked To Take Drug Test By State Of Florida." [Radar Online]
  • "Donny Osmond: Marie's Dealing with 'Her Own Demons' After Son's Death." [People]
  • "Howard K. Stern has been accused of threatening a man whom South Carolina police call a 'witness' in the Anna Nicole Smith drug trial." [TMZ]
  • "My vision for the new TBS show is to pick up where Hee Haw left off. My hunch is that 32-year-old males want to hear corny jokes and lots of classic country music." — Conan O'Brien, on his new TBS show. He also says: "Eventually, you're changed by your experiences. You have to evolve; there's no way the new show won't be influenced by what's gone on the last couple of months. I've changed in many ways. I'm much physically stronger than I used to be - I can bend a tire iron - [but] emotionally much weaker." [USA Today]
  • "In England they always try out new mobile phones in the Isle of Man. They've got a captive society. So I said, you should try – you should try the legalisation of all drugs on the Isle of Man and see what happens." — Mick Jagger. [Telegraph]
  • "I've spent a great many years being deeply, deeply in love with Princess Leia. There's still a part of my heart that is quite deeply in love with her, both as a character and an actress!" — Ewan McGregor. [Mirror]
  • "Jackie Kennedy is American royalty and a 20th century icon, so it's extremely scary, daunting, challenging and a huge responsibility. I don't know exactly how I will play her yet because I haven't started really working on it, but of course it's a big responsibility." — Rachel Weisz. [Daily Express]
  • "It's a bit of factory work. It's just a lot of 'Next take! Next take! Moving on! Moving on!'" — Neil Patrick Harris, on his guest stint on Glee. He calls the set "wildly grueling" and admits that on the first day, he forgot all his lines. [NYDN]
  • "He's dreamy. But also I think he represents a really great element of the viewership and what glee club can be because he's a quintessential straight guy, kind of a bumble-y." — Neil Patrick Harris on his fave Glee character, Finn, played by Cory Monteith. [NYDN]