No College For Miley; Lindsay Ordered To Wear Booze Monitoring BraceletS

  • When asked if she's looking at colleges, Miley Cyrus said she's not going now but, "I'm a firm believer that you can go back at any age you want, because my grandma went back to college at 62 years old."
  • Miley also said in the radio interview, "No one ever wants to see someone grow up... It's like when Hilary Duff started growing up off the Disney Channel. Everyone thought she was anorexic and she did this and that. It's just because she grew up! She didn't look like a 12-year-old anymore." [Us]
  • Today in court Lindsay Lohan was ordered to submit to random drug testing, attend alcohol education classes once a week, and wear a SCRAM bracelet to make sure she isn't drinking. Lindsay is scheduled to return for a hearing on July 6, and if the judge finds that she violated the terms of her probation, she could be jailed for 180 days. [TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan left the court house with her SCRAM bracelet on. [TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan's lawyer suggested that she shouldn't have to wear the bracelet because it could interfere with her shooting a movie in Texas, but the judge said, "She needs to submit to random drug testing here, not in Texas. [I want] no excuse for her to say it's random [when it's not]... I'm afraid she's going to have to delay [filming] for now." [Us]
  • Someone in the D.A.'s office says Lindsay Lohan failed to produce a copy of the plane ticket proving she would have been back for the original hearing if her passport wasn't "stolen." [Radar]
  • Before the hearing, Lindsay Lohan did an interview, which you can watch at the link, with Hollywood.TV about her problems with the law. Lindsay insists she was only in Cannes to promote Inferno and says, "I don't see what reason I would go to prison for. I've been more than compliant with everything having to do with the court system," adding that she's doesn't need to go to rehab. [People]
  • A judge dismissed the drunk driving charges against Rip Torn because he's completed a court-ordered alcohol education program. [AP]
  • An official from the L.A. County Coroner's office says of Brittany Murphy's husband Simon Monjack's death, "We are now investigating two possibilities of what caused Monjack to die. First, a heart attack and second an accidental overdose. We just have to wait for the autopsy and [toxicology] reports, which will take four to six weeks to be completed." [Radar]
  • As source suggests Simon Monjack overdosed on prescription drugs saying, "There were a number of pill bottles on the nightstand in the bedroom, and some were empty." [TMZ]
  • Simon Monjack's rep says, "Simon needed a [heart] bypass. I was told he needed a bypass, and I said to him, 'Simon, you have so much going on, let's keep you healthy.' I said, 'You want to be healthy. Don't you?' He said yes, but he said, 'The bypass can wait.'" [People]
  • Brittany Murphy's brother says, "I didn't have a reaction to the news. The guy was insane. He tried to keep my father's name off [Murphy's] death certificate. When I told my dad, Angelo, about the news, he felt he same way. We are sad for my sister — not for him." [Us]
  • An insider says Brittany Murphy's mother Sharon may handle funeral arrangements for Simon Monjack and, "he did want to be close to Brittany forever and he could be buried near her at Forest Lawn in the Hollywood Hills." [Fox News]
  • Sharon was the one who found Simon Monjack and her friend says she's "not well at all." [People]
  • Simon Monjack gave his final interview to Radar a few days ago. He said, "I don't think you understand how much my wife and I loved each other. I can only wish you that closeness with another human being." [Radar]
  • Bret Michaels will have heart surgery this fall. "What they'll do is they'll go in and they'll do the heart operation in the fall," said Bret. "They have to let everything clear out and then they'll go in and do the operation in my heart and then I'm gonna be great. I don't have any other options except to think that it's gonna be great, it's gonna be a smooth operation and I'm gonna feel awesome." [Access Hollywood]
  • In the video at the link Bret Michaels talks about his Celebrity Apprentice win. [TMZ]
  • Bret Michaels' sister says, "[Bret] looks tired, he is moving slower, but is in good spirits. I can get hit by a truck today, no one knows how long they have, he is going to continue to live his life. He isn't an idiot, if he is compromising himself he will stop. The doctors are saying lets take it easy, lets see what happens." [Radar]
  • Jessica Simpson won an arbitration to keep an exercise video she made while filming Dukes of Hazzrd from being released. [Reuters]
  • Jesse James' ex Janine Lindemulder wants to fight him for 50/50 custody of their daughter Sunny, but she doesn't have enough money so she's filed court papers asking a judge to make Jesse give her $5,000 for legal fees. [TMZ]
  • More from the Jesse James Nightline interview, which airs tomorrow: "When I was doing it, you know, one, I knew it was horrible, it made me feel horrible... And two, I knew I would get caught eventually, and I think I wanted to get caught. ... It was me trying to self-sabotage my life." [People]
  • In another Nightline interview with the Kardashians, Kris Jenner says none of her daughters have had a nose job. Right. Kim and Khloe just got whacked in the nose with footballs repeatedly, Marcia Brady-style. [ET]
  • When asked if he'll ever reunite with Kim Kardashian, Reggie Bush said, "Yeah, anything's possible. We've always been on good terms, always. No matter what happens." [E!]
  • Lynn Redgrave's ex-husband John Clark collapsed with chest pains at her funeral when he wasn't allowed in, but then his estranged children visited him in the hospital and he met his grandchild for the first time. "What started out as the worst day of my life ended up as the best day of my life," he says. [Daily Mail]
  • On Friday Monica Bellucci gave birth to her second daughter, Léonie, in Rome. [People]
  • Paula Abdul will be a judge on a new show called Got To Dance, which is described as a mix between So You Think You Can Dance and America's Got Talent. [Newser]
  • Sean Hayes will host the Tony Awards on June 13. [People]
  • At a concert on June 2 at the White House, Paul McCartney will receive the Gershwin Prize for Popular Song. Various artists will perform, but surely Paul is most excited to see the Jonas Brothers. [USA Today]
  • By the by, Joe Jonas and Demi Lovato's relationship is no more. [Perez]
  • Teresa Giudice flips another table in the Bravo commercial at the link. [People]
  • MTV has moved the Jersey Shore kids from their Miami house to an "undisclosed location." "They are locked in the hotel with no TV, no phones and no computers," a source says. [Radar]
  • Wondering why Mr. Eko wasn't on the Lost finale? Adewale Akkinuoye-Agbaje was actually offered a guest spot, but he turned it down. [E!]
  • Lost producers wrote up a fake call sheet describing a Jin and Sun wedding scene for the finale to throw people off. [E!]
  • 13.5 million people watched the Lost finale last night, making it the show's highest-rated episode in two years, though it didn't break any records. [EW]
  • Tough times for Australian Lost fans: The finale doesn't air there until Wednesday. [CS Monitor]
  • More from Tammy Etheridge's blog posts about her divorce from Melissa Etheridge: "I heard [the song "Fearless Love"] and I got sick. 'That's your break up song with me' I said to you. You got so angry, with me, remember? And stomped off.. My birthday rolled around, the holidays. And me and the twins sat right there waiting... I saw you with your new friends. You wear them so well... I still love that damn woman so much. I'm still trying to stop. I had a dream where honey and I were fighting and going to get a divorce and I woke up sobbing then I realized, oh, it's true." [People]
  • While accepting an award from Variety for her work with underprivileged kids, "Shamed Fergie," the Duchess of York said, "I learnt today about making a difference. Most importantly I learned I hate grown-ups and I love children. When I got on that plane from London tonight, I thought, phew, what a heavy day. But when the children's choir came out tonight and I saw their little faces, I turned round to my friend and said, 'You know what, I'm glad I did because it is about the children.'" [The Sun]
  • Alec Baldwin's rep says, "It's flattering that people recognise Alec's strong sense of the issues, political perspectives, popularity and passion for New York. But no, he has no current plans to run for office. But who knows what may happen in the future?" [Daily Express]
  • Lea Michele is on the cover of Women's Health. In the mag she says she was "the only girl in my high school class not to get a nose job," adding, "I love myself, the way I look, my body, but sometimes I can't help but feel insecure here [in L.A.]. It plays with your head." [People]
  • Rihanna tells Britain's You magazine, "You shouldn't be pressured into trying to be thin by the fashion industry, because they only want models that are like human mannequins. They know that if we see an outfit on a mannequin in a shop window we will love it and want to buy it whatever size we are. That's why they have size zero models - they want to sell clothes. You have to remember that it's not practical or possible for an everyday woman to look like that. Being size zero is a career in itself so we shouldn't try and be like them. It's not realistic and it's not healthy." [Contact Music]