Rachel & Hayden Are "Taking A Break"; Lindsay's Free Ice Cream Card RevokedS

  • Rachel Bilson and Hayden Christensen are allegedly on a break. When asked how wedding plans are going yesterday, Rachel said, "No, no plans," and pointed to her ring-less hand adding, "No nothing."
  • A source claims the couple, who have been engaged since February 2009, are "taking about a month off," then they'll decide if they should stay together. [Us]
  • America Ferrera is engaged to Ryan Piers Williams. They met in college when he cast her in his student film. [Perez]
  • Dina Lohan tried to use a Carvel "Black" card, which entitles her to free ice cream for 75 years, to buy an ice cream cake for her son Cody's birthday. An employee took the card and called the cops because it didn't have Dina's name on it. Dina says when the guy gave the card back, "He told me, 'You can have the card, but you can't have the cake!' ... It just shows how we get treated so much worse than regular people." Carvel said in a statement, "Unfortunately, the Lohan family has been abusing the card. While the card was issued in Lindsay's name only, her extended family has repeatedly used the card without her present... we finally had to cut off the card and take it back." [Us]
  • Casey Johnson and Lindsay Lohan's ex Courtenay Semel was hospitalized this week after her apartment was set on fire when a houseguest left a flat iron on a mattress. She's out of the hospital but is still having breathing difficulties. [TMZ]
  • Joe Jackson has filed a complaint with the California Medical Board against concert promoter AEG, claiming Dr. Conrad Murray requested a heart resuscitation machine and a nurse for Michael Jackson, but the company never provided them. [TMZ]
  • Billboard claims "Say Say Say" is Michael Jackson's most popular song ever because it stayed in the top 10 the longest. [AP]
  • Gary Coleman's friends are organizing a private memorial for him, but won't invite his parents or Shannon Price. [TMZ]
  • On the night Charlie Sheen's car was stolen and driven off a cliff, someone else's car was stolen from a nearby gated community and left near the spot where Charlie's car was dumped. Police aren't sure if the two crimes are related. [TMZ]
  • In the 911 call made after January Jones' car accident, she says "My heart is racing..." when asked how she's doing. [TMZ]
  • Listen to the 911 call made after Jason Alexander hit a 14-year-old on a bike with his car here: [TMZ]
  • Devon James has filed court documents in which she claims Tiger Woods is the father of her 9-year-old son and asks for a paternity test. [TMZ]
  • Devon James' mother, who has custody of the boy, says a 2002 DNA test proved Tiger isn't the father. [TMZ]
  • James Franco's first solo art show opens next week. His theme is teenage sexual confusion and the exhibit includes a piece that, "explores a romantic encounter between Star Trek characters Spock and James T. Kirk." [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Did Emma Roberts declare she's Team Jacob on The Tonight Show because she's dating Kristen Stewart's ex, Michael Angarano? [E!]
  • When asked about his father marrying Calista Flockhart, Harrison Ford's son Ben said, "Those crazy kids went off and eloped! I think it is wonderful that they finally made it legit. It is really terrific news... I'm so happy for them." [People]
  • Jennifer Aniston's rep says she isn't dating Jason Sudeikis, adding, "I have no idea how this rumor got started, but there is no truth to it whatsoever." [Us]
  • In case you were wondering, Jaden Smith has a six pack. [TMZ]
  • Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong kissed a male fan onstage at a concert in England yesterday. [TMZ]
  • Set your DVRs: Miley Cyrus and Bret Michaels are performing together on GMA tomorow morning. [CNN]
  • A source says Miley Cyrus won't press charges against Perez Hilton for publishing upskirt photos of her. "She just wants to move on," said the source. "She thinks it's the work of an idiot and wants to move forward." [E!]
  • Jon Stewart will do a one-hour interview with George Lucas at Star Wars Celebration V, an annual fan convention that takes place in August. [CNN]
  • Enjoy this relatively Gosselin-free time period while it lasts: Jon Gosselin says, "I would like to be back on TV again. I mean, who wouldn't?" [Extra]
  • In another interview, Jon Gosselin says, "It would be nice to have a job on television again. I'm not so sure about reality. I'm just exploring my options right now, meeting with certain people about different ideas. I can't talk about it; you have to stay tuned." [Us]
  • Daniel Craig, Helen Mirren, Christian Bale, Sean Connery, Emily Watson, and David Thewlis — or as N.Y. Magazine puts it, "half of Britain" — is in Stephen Spielberg's new film War Horse. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • After one of Sadie Frost's kids cut her hair while staying with Jude Law and Sienna Miller, Frost Tweeted, "I think ya should get ya own child and then cut their hair." She later denied she sent the Tweet, and now she's deleted her entire Twitter account. [Daily Mail]
  • Padma Lakshmi went on a date with "diminutive comedian" David Spade. [Daily Mail]
  • Thirty celebs will get stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2011, including Oprah Winfrey, Penelope Cruz, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tina Fey, and the Muppets. [AP]
  • Showtime announced Mark-Paul Gosselaar will guest star in an episode of Weeds and Tommy Lee will appear on Californication. [E!]
  • Nearly 5 million people watched the premiere of Hot in Cleveland, making it the highest rated show in TV Land's history. [UPI]
  • The Kardashian sisters' upcoming book will be called Kardashian Konfidential and a source says, "It's going to be an advice book with lots of pictures." [Us]
  • True Blood's Ryan Kwanten is releasing a sex guide called The G-Strategy next year. "I gave it to a couple of my friends and they've got back to me sort of a week or two later, saying, 'Oh my God, Ryan! Where did you get it?'" he says. "I didn't tell them that I wrote it, and they got back to me a week or two later saying, 'Oh my God! This is really helping me out.' One of my friends said his sex life has never been better! They've just taken it as gospel." [Us]
  • John Goodman, who recently lost a lot of weight, says at his heaviest he was 400 pounds. "I'd lose 60 pounds every spring," he said. "I got too fond of the corn and barley and just started missing it too much, and that screwed everything up. I just gained it all back and then some every year." [UPI]
  • Erin Andrews says she lost 10 pounds doing DWTS and, "I'm a little more thin right now than I'd like to be... I would like to put on a couple pounds." [Us]
  • Snooki wants to lose 10 pounds so she's going on Dr. Siegal's cookie diet. "I used to be fit," she says. "Now I look at myself, and I'm like, What the hell happened?" [Us]
  • James Phelps, who plays Fred Weasley, reports that during the last week of filming the Harry Potter films, Emma Watson, "had a dinner at her place, and we spoke about the best moments of filming, our secret crushes on set – all kinds of random questions... But all the answers to these questions will stay in that room!" [People]
  • N.Y. Mag: "You were also invited to the White House this year for the signing of the Hate Crimes Bill. When President Obama came to shake your hand, what did you say to him?" Cyndi Lauper: "That was awesome. I said, 'So I heard you opened for [Lady] Gaga [at the Human Rights Campaign Fund gala a few nights prior]. How was it?' He smiled and said, 'She stole all your moves. You're the original.'" [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Dr. Dre is upset that "Under Pressure," a song he's working on with Jay-Z, leaked online. "I want to set the record straight for everybody who's been waiting to hear my music. The song that's on the internet is an incomplete song that I'm still working on. When it's ready, you'll be hearing it from me," he said. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • T-Pain says, "I got the mastered version of my album in my car right now, but I'm not bringing my album out until these artists start selling records again, 'cause ain't nobody selling records unless you Susan Boyle ... I'm not doing nothing. I'm not bringing out no album, not dropping no more new singles until people start selling records again, and that's the approach I think everybody should take unless you Susan Boyle or Miley Cyrus." [N.Y. Magazine]