Scarlett Wins A Tony; RPatz Just Saw TwilightS

  • Last night, Scarlett Johansson won a Tony award for her performance in A View From The Bridge on Broadway. She wasn't the only film star awarded at the ceremony:

Denzel Washington won for Fences, and Catherine Zeta-Jones won for best actress in a musical, for A Little Night Music. Viola Davis, Denzel's costar, was also a winner. Do you think die-hard theater folks are pleased that movie stars are bringing attention to Broadway? Or pissed that they're stealing the limelight? [People, E!]

  • In case you missed it: Here's video of Glee's Lea Michele and Matthew Morrison singing at the Tonys. [ONTD]
  • Marc Anthony and Jennifer Lopez were in NYC's Puerto Rican Day parade yesterday, being chauffeured in a vintage Chevy Impala, which promptly broke down. And was replaced by a golf cart, which Marc drove as J. Lo waved. [NY Post]
  • Robert Pattinson was at a press conference on Saturday when he said: "I just saw Twilight for the first time." He also has no idea about the fucked up weirdness and womb-clawing in store for him down the line; he hasn't read Breaking Dawn. "I have heard brief rumors about what happens in the story but I really don't know what happens at all," he says. Dude. Womb-clawing! [Radar Online]
  • Meanwhile, Kristen Stewart wants to get hitched someday: "I'm not ready to get married, but I have a really great family and I'd like that too someday, sure. I believe in marriage. Whatever you want to do, you know?" [News.com.au]
  • Kate Hudson was in Paris over the weekend, hanging out with her new man, Muse's Matthew Bellamy. [People]
  • Dakota Fanning had to skip a screening of Twilight: Eclipse because she was taking the ACT. "I didn't know one question on the science section," she says. "[Option] D sounds good! So I don't know, that was not good for me." [Access Hollywood]
  • Lindsay Lohan might move away from L.A.; she finds the people "disgusting" and prefers New York or London. Where zero disgusting people live! [TMZ]
  • Lindsay Lohan partied over the weekend and Gerard Butler was in the same room so clearly they are dating. [Radar Online]
  • Sharon and Kelly Osbourne were Grand Marshals in Sunday's Gay Pride Parade in West Hollywood, and had to face anti-gay protesters. Sharon told them: "You should be ashamed of yourselves," and Kelly took the mic and said: "My God loves gays," encouraging the crowd to chant that and drown out the protesters. [Radar Online]
  • Christina Aguilera and Kim Kardashian are new BFF. [Page Six]
  • Khloe Kardashian: "If I was [pregnant], I would not say anything to anyone because you can't say anything [until] past a certain point." [People]
  • Snooki met Gregg Valentine, "the man with the biggest arms in the world," and wanted to follow him on Twitter, but didn't understand what an underscore is. In other news, Gregg's steroid-enhanced arms? Kinda scary. [Page Six]
  • Shocker from Diddy, father of six: "I'm not gonna have any more kids until I get married." [Daily Express]
  • If you call Paris Hilton a Barbie doll, she'll take it as a compliment. [Daily Express]
  • Did Heidi and Spencer cheat on each other? [Radar Online]
  • Amy Winehouse would like to be an actress! Someone in Hollywood is probably already writing a part for her as Frenchie in a Grease remake. [ONTD via Zimbio]
  • The musicians in the American Idol band: Suing the show, since producers have been selling downloads and ringtones of songs from the show — without paying them. [NY Post]
  • This item reads like the script for a Disney movie! Ruby Lawrence was on a sponsored walk on Mount Snowden to raise money in memory of her soldier boyfriend whens she fell 20 feet on to a ledge. The rescue helicopter that plucked her and delivered her to safety was piloted by Prince William. Fariy-tale ending! [Daily Express]
  • The paparazzi caught Guy Ritchie kissing a model goodbye at the front door of his house — while he was in his pajamas. Guess he's having fun with a new ladyfriend! This paper points out, "It was well after noon." [Daily Express]
  • Does Tiger Woods have a "love child"? [The Sun]
  • Camilla Al Fayed — daughter of former Harrods owner Mohammed Al Fayed, and half-sister of Dodi, who was killed in a Paris car crash with Princess Diana in 1997 — is involved with a charity for a school that helps children with emotional difficulties. Madonna attended an event for the charity over the weekend and said she was "thrilled to be at such an amazing place, which does such amazing things for children." [Daily Express]
  • Simon Monjack, the late husband of Brittany Murphy, had a secret: Two kids. [TMZ]
  • Will Larry King leave L.A. for New York? [Page Six]
  • "Chris Tucker will accept Michael Jackson's award on behalf of his family tonight at the Apollo Theater's annual spring benefit concert." [Page Six]
  • Poor Dennis Hopper is dead, but his legal issues and estranged wife drama live on. [Gatecrasher]
  • Kid Cudi was arrested over the weekend and charged with criminal mischief and criminal possession of a controlled substance. The rapper allegedly got in an argument at a young woman's apartment in NYC, yanked her door off the hinges and smashed her cell phone against a wall. [NME, Boston Herald]
  • RIP country singer and sausage king Jimmy Dean. [USA Today]
  • Video: Ben Linus explains the Lost finale: "Everybody's dead." [TMZ]
  • "I have been a lucky man. I have a privileged life. I have never let my ego grow – I'm aware that I'm just an actor. I have a ball with people and I feel thankful when they scream my name at a movie premiere. In the past 25 years I've witnessed how my life and my reality have been completely distorted, twisted and exaggerated. I have to continue being myself even though sometimes it takes a huge effort." — Tom Cruise. [News.com.au]
  • "Everyone was really devastated. It was really, really sad. We were crying quite a lot." — Daniel Radcliffe, on filming the final Harry Potter scenes ever. [AP]
  • "I love my wine and I don't wait until the sun goes down." — Zoe Saldana. [Digital Spy]