Tila Tequila Signs Up For Celebrity Rehab, Lindsay Returns To L.A., Michael Madsen Placed On Suicide WatchS

  • According to TMZ, Tila Tequila is set to join the next cast of Celebrity Rehab for an unspecified addiction, though the show is having trouble attracting any other participants and may never actually air. [TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan landed in L.A. yesterday and is expected in court on Monday. [TMZ]
  • Though Lohan was seen sitting next to what looks to be cocaine in a photograph from Cannes that made the rounds on the internet last week, her lawyer, Shawn Chapman Holley, doesn't seem concerned about it, as she believes that Judge Marsha Revel, who is currently handling Lohan's case, doesn't read "TMZ or any other 'celebrity' news and she would never be influenced by something which is NOT evidence in the case." [TMZ]
  • Bret Michaels' rep claims that though Michaels is trying to make it to the live finale of Celebrity Apprentice, he is "not taking any undue risks and we are certainly taking every precaution possible to insure his health and well being." [USWeekly]
  • "I don't want to be known as the weight loss girl - that's not who I am. I'm also a singer, actress, mother and author."-Carnie Wilson [LA Times]
  • Paula Abdul is rumored to appear on the season finale of American Idol, which will be Simon Cowell's last show. [AccessHollywood]
  • David Krumholtz of Numb3rs married Vanessa Brittig on Saturday, with Seth Rogen and Jay Baruchel serving as groomsmen. Congrats! [People]
  • According to Oprah biographer, Kitty Kelley, Oprah's employees use the name "Mary" when discussing Oprah, so that she won't know they're talking about her. [PageSix]
  • Wyclef Jean impressed Prince Edward and friends at a recent dinner: "The guests behaved like kids at a rock concert. Wyclef gave an impassioned plea for more help for his people in Haiti, then wowed the crowd with his performance — and the ability to play a guitar with his tongue." [PageSix]
  • "They are really angelic and wondrous. (It's) so heavenly and kind and dear and just to have that — the chaos that goes on in our house and then the quietude that goes on. ... My favorite thing is just watching them wake up and watching them realize the day come upon them. It's just — I don't know. It's fascinating to me."-Julia Roberts, on her children. [UPI]
  • Katherine Heigl says she chose to leave Grey's Anatomy in order to be a full-time mom: "It was a really hard choice to make and you never quite know, 'Was it the right choice or the wrong choice?' But the only thing that gives me solace is knowing that if I hadn't [left], I wouldn't have had these months with Naleigh that have just sort of solidified our relationship. I needed that to happen. I really needed her to get that I'm her mom. And I needed to show her that, I couldn't just tell her." [ET]
  • Michael Madsen has been hospitalized and placed on suicide watch after going on a reported 9-day "bender." According to staff at a hotel where Madsen had been staying, "He was mixing his drinks with pills, but no one knew what they were for. He angered some guests by urinating in the car park. When he was found slumped on the doorstep it was hardly a surprise." [TheSun]
  • Candy Spelling says she enjoys spoiling her grandchildren: "I love to take them out for ice cream. And when they get cranky ... I take them home!" [People]
  • Vanessa Paradis has replaced Lily Allen as the face of the Coco Cocoon bag, and Karl Lagerfeld apparently made this known by not inviting Allen to a recent Chanel party in Cannes: "Karl had a show and a party, but Lily was not invited," says a source, "It was Karl's way of making it clear she is no longer a part of the Chanel family. He instructed his people not to invite her." [DailyMail]
  • "I feel like a custodian at Yellowstone. I can't account for how wonderfully impactful to the culture it's been, but it's been great to be a part of it. And I didn't know a person was allowed to care that much about a character in the world of animation, and that was a really awesome revelation."-Mike Myers, on being a part of the Shrek franchise. [LATimes]
  • James Franco was scolded by an NYU professor who caught him texting during a lecture recently: "The professor was so annoyed that James wasn't paying attention; he told him to go wait outside the class. He didn't care James is a celebrity." [ContactMusic]
  • Alicia Keys on fame: "It's a currency - you must use it well or lose it. Bono told me that, and I totally agree. Now I've achieved a certain level of fame I know I must make good use of it, especially as I've been around the world and know suffering in a way I didn't before." [ShowbizSpy]
  • "Wherever we are in the world, we find the time to send each other a card to renew our vows at least once a week. Our secret is absolute mutual respect and honesty."-David Furnish, on his marriage to Elton John. [Telegraph]
  • "There is no reason for any woman to feel she has been left on the shelf in her forties like they used to...I feel incredible. It is not how it used to be. Women have become so vital and important in so many areas now. It is a fantastic time for women of all ages, not just those in their twenties and thirties."-Minnie Driver [Telegraph]
  • Tracy Morgan says he wanted to be in Cop Out in order to work with Bruce Willis: "Most of the time for me it was just about trying to make this guy laugh - he laughs, but it's Bruce Willis, you know. He's worked with a lot of funny people before - Chris Tucker and others. I just wanted to fit into that standard." [Mirror]
  • Jesse James: selling his stuff on Ebay. [RadarOnline]
  • "It's all based on rejection. You're never enough. When you don't get something, it's because you're not enough of something else, not tall enough, not short enough, not young enough, not old enough."-Brooke Shields, explaining why she doesn't think her daughters should go into showbiz. [PageSix]
  • Robert Pattinson says he's envious of Daniel Radcliffe: "I love the mix of stuff he has done in his career, always pushing the boundaries and stuff like that. I also envy his stints on stage - he is a great actor." [ShowbizSpy]
  • "Anything from thongs to vibrators. That's the least of it: fellatio, how to control the taste of a man's semen. I mean, once I was on a date, you know, and I just really have to say that that was a difficult period. But it's kind of calmed down. I'm at a fish counter and this guy comes up to me and says, ‘You know, I just have to thank you. Thank you so much. There's no way I could have really broached the subject about sex with my daughter without your help. Thank you.' I'm at the fish counter with the father of a 13-year-old girl. I mean, at the same time it's wonderful, but I'm like, ‘Just give me the clams and let me get the f**k out of here.'"-Kim Cattrall, on what Sex and the City fans talk to her about. [Mirror]