Britney's Bodyguard Claims Harassment; Lindsay Wants To Prove She Didn't DrinkS

  • A bodyguard who was working for Britney Spears has quit, claiming that Brit sexually harassed him.

Fernando Flores is an ex-cop who claims that BritBrit paraded around naked in front of him. She would often attempt to leave the house without a bra or underwear, and "it was embarrassing" to have to tell her to put on some panties. [The Sun]

  • Tina Brown says that Prince William and Kate Middleton's engagement announcement — which was supposed to happened June 3 or 4 — was postponed, because paparazzi have been stalking Kate and Wills is super-sensitive about that, considering how his mother died. A pap agency has been sued. [The Daily Beast]
  • In Jennifer Aniston's new movie, Horrible Bosses, her character breaks a nail while pleasuring herself, compliments a man on his privates and admits she's into kinky sex. Apparently we're supposed to be like OMG how raunchy and edgy! Or whatever. [Page Six]
  • Lady Gaga was on New York City's upper east side recently, where her little sister was graduating from Sacred Heart high school. Gaga wore a sheer lacy pantsuit, large black hat and a voluminous black veil. You know: Subtle. [ONTD via DNA info]
  • Oh look, an item about Daniel Craig! It is actually boring but a chance to gaze into his icy blue eyes. [Page Six]
  • if you go to a party at Jennifer Lopez's house, be prepared to hear a Jennifer Lopez song played over and over, six times in a row. [Page Six]
  • Heidi Montag's dad says she didn't tell him she was splitting from Spencer Pratt, and: "I have not been in touch with her vocally about any of this, so I don't know what's really going on." [Radar Online]
  • Justin Bieber was kicked out of his theater seat because he was underage. [Star]
  • Michael Lohan was "panicking" over Lindsay Lohan's arrest warrant, which was issued because she violated the terms of her bail. Apparently her SCRAM anklet went off at a party, even though she swears it did not. Michael says he is pissed, he doesn't want his kid in jail, and "I have to cancel two huge meetings and get my ass out to Los Angeles now because I'm fighting to get my daughter the help she needs." [Access Hollywood, Radar Online]
  • Lindsay Lohan's SCRAM went off because she had alcohol in her system, says a source. Lindsay maintains that she had nothing to drink. Can breathing booze fumes at a party set it off? What about if someone spills a martini on it? Or! Did someone slip something in LL's water bottle and set her up? [Radar Online]
  • Lindsay posted bail last night, so the bench warrant was recalled. [TMZ, TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan says she is "working to get proof" that she is clean. "I did not tamper with the bracelet or drink," she says. [Radar Online]
  • These words were actually printed in the paper: "Christina is Lady Gag-gag… When did Christina Aguilera become Phyllis Diller? The pop diva takes the stage… looking like a cross between a granny and a tranny." Journalism! [NY Post]
  • Larry King's wife overdosed on pills on May 28, and Radar has the 911 call, naturally. [Radar Online]
  • Is there nothing Russell Brand and Katy Perry won't share with us??? Now Rusty is bitching: "That woman is like a flatulence factory. The pop hits that she fires out of her mouth are nothing compared to what comes out the other end of her!" [Stuff.co.nz]
  • Katy Perry's Tweet about "blasphemy" being "cheap" seems to be a directed at Lady Gaga's "Alejandro" music video. As this columnist notes: "The criticism is slightly hard to take though coming from a woman who relied on faux-lesbianism for her biggest hit song and wears a bra that sprays frosting in her upcoming video." [New York Mag]
  • Katy Perry bought Russell Brand a ticket to outer space. [The Sun]
  • Images from the sex tape starring RHONJ's Danielle Staub: Now online. [TMZ]
  • The other housewives are not pleased; Jacqueline Laurita says: "I'd be very happy if [Staub] left our show ... Why doesn't she just leave and go do porn?" [TMZ]
  • "Lothario Gerard Butler is trying to woo gorgeous Kazakhstani billionaire Goga Ashkenazi." [Page Six]
  • Ed Westwick: Single!!! [NY Post]
  • Katie Holmes and Daniel Radcliffe will present together at the Tony Awards. [People]
  • Idris Elba, aka Stringer Bell from The Wire, will star in a new crime thriller for the BBC called Luther, in which he plays "an intellectually brilliant but emotionally impulsive murder detective." [Time]
  • Jill Zarin is being harassed via snail mail. [Page Six]
  • Shania Twain is officially divorced and radiantly happy. [People]
  • Jack McBrayer, aka 30 Rock's Kenneth the page, is pretty hilarious in this interview. a snippet: "I do like it when I make cameos in flashbacks when, in the chronology of things, they would be impossible. Early in Season 4, there was this American Bandstand kind of thing; it was this shot of people dancing and, all of a sudden, there I was dancing, smiling, in black and white. So, I really and truly don't know what the mythology of Kenneth the Page is. Am I a vampire? Am I a ghost?" And: "I made the mistake early on of saying, "What if Kenneth is such a good tour guide that he's fluent in, like, every language?" Which is a fun thing to do, but when they put it in the script, guess what, I've got to learn Mandarin Chinese. And German. One time I had to speak Latin. One time I had to speak backwards."
  • Pete Doherty signed his name on the wall of a penthouse suite in Ibiza… in blood. [The Sun]
  • Three years after his arrest for gun possession, Ja Rule has a trial date set. [NY Post]
  • Musician and producer Daniel Lanois was very badly injured in a motorcycle accident and remains in the intensive-care unit of a Los Angeles hospital. [Montreal Gazette]
  • Mike Nichols — one of the few people to earn Oscar, Emmy, Tony and Grammy awards — will be the 38th recipient of the American Film Institute Life Achievement Award, which is being presented Thursday night at a gala ceremony at Sony Studios. Nichols directed, among other projects, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?, The Graduate, Carnal Knowledge, Working Girl and the Emmy Award-winning TV miniseries Angels in America. [LA Times]
  • "The toughest part is the schedule — being a mom and being able to focus on my work. I'll tuck my son in at night and sing him to sleep with a lullaby and then go in the studio and sing. It is definitely a challenge and a difficult balancing act but one that I take on. I would not have it any other way." — Christina Aguilera. [Daily Express]
  • "I never really thought about what comment it may be making on the healthcare system. It could be about a cafe going out of business and an old-school owner who sticks to making bread the old way. Does it say anything about the economy and the country at this moment? Maybe, but it really is more about this person." — Edie Falco, on Nurse Jackie. [LA Times]
  • "I'm sure there must be some of Jackie in me. Maybe there's a part of me that wants to be more like her. I like that she says what she means and doesn't spend a lot of time picking words. She's not as concerned about the ramifications of her actions as I am. It takes a lot of energy, second-guessing all the time." — Edie Falco on Nurse Jackie. [LA Times]
  • "She's so funny and so disarming and so attractive, I think a lot of guys don't know what they're getting into.... She'll try to get me to laugh, and sometimes she does, like when we're doing my coverage and she's off-camera. She'll say her line, then she'll say silently, [soundlessly] 'I love you!'" — Jack McBrayer on Tina Fey. [LA Times]
  • Q: Did you really hit Mariah Carey in the face with a Frisbee? "By accident! It was on accident! I was in the video Touch My Body - naturally - and in one part we were playing outside, she's lip-syncing and turns around and gets bonked right in the nose. She keeps singing and dancing .... 'Oh, my God, I've just ended my career!' Her bodyguard was very stern with me." — Jack McBrayer. [LA Times]
  • "People talk about the grind of doing a television show, but I love that grind. I missed that grind. I love the focus it brings. When I'm not working, I can't get anything done." — Courteney Cox. [LA Times]
  • "I'm not competitive like Monica, but would I like to win an Emmy? Forget winning. I've been doing this for a thousand years and I've never been nominated. I've made a good living and keep getting jobs that give me happiness. But it'd be such a great feeling to be recognized by your peers who you respect. I've never had that. And I'm not going to act like I don't care because … guess what? It'd feel … great." — Courteney Cox. [LA Times]
  • "I haven't told anyone and the writers haven't written anything for it, but I've decided Leslie can time travel… Back to the front lines of the suffragette movement. And that time last week when she had really good waffles." — Amy Poehler on Parks And Recreations' Leslie Knope. [LA Times]