Elizabeth Edwards Calls John's Behavior "Terrible," Says Cancer Is Worsening

  • In a new People interview, Elizabeth Edwards discusses John Edwards' cheating scandal, saying, "John's conduct through this whole thing was terrible and it makes people want him to pay for it."
  • She continues, "On a personal level, he's paid a lot." Elizabeth also reveals that her cancer is getting worse and she's developed new tumors in her legs, spine and skull. "It's less frightening than you think; it can't migrate to your brain," she says. [People]
  • Oksana Grigorieva's lawyer said that Mel Gibson hasn't been paying child support and complained that Mel, "persists in attempting to 'litigate' this matter in the media" in an interview with TMZ. [TMZ]
  • Kristen Cavallari revealed today on Ryan Seacrest's radio show that she's dating Miguel Medina, a cameraman from The Hills. "That's not part of the show," she said. "You're together all the time, and it just sorta happens." [Us]
  • The clothing line Britney Spears designed for Candie's hits Kohl's on July 1. Finally, you too can visit Starbucks wearing a cutoffs and a midriff-baring neon tank top. [People]
  • Along with an image of a giant dragon, Jon Gosselin's new back tattoo features his girlfriend Ellen Ross's first name in Korean. [Us]
  • TMZ is mocking Vince Neil for wearing the same shirt twice is one week. Do they think every celeb has a Cher Horowitz-like closet organization system? [TMZ]
  • Folk singer Jake Holmes is suing Jimmy Page because he claims Led Zepplin ripped off his version of "Dazed and Confused" ... and it took him 41 years to notice. [TMZ]
  • Playboy is suing Drake for allegedly sampling the 1975 song "Fallin' in Love," which the company owns the rights to, without permission. [NYT]
  • Justin Bieber Tweeted about the reports that his mom would be posing nude in Playboy, "My mom is a moral woman...let's just leave that one for what it is...because that rumor just grossed and wierded me out..." [Us]
  • New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art will display Ringo Starr's gold-plated snare drum from July 7 (his 70th birthday) through December. [AP]
  • Pink Tweeted today, "Our bus had a tire blow out on the highway! Thank you Ian for the driving skills! My first tour blow out. Rock n roll highway." [Radar]
  • Dominic West's Wire co-stars Wendell Pierce, Andre Royo, Sonja Sohn and Doug Olear attended his wedding in Ireland yesterday. [E!]
  • Carrie Prejean is marrying NFL quarterback Kyle Boller at the Grand Del Mar Hotel in San Diego on Friday. [TMZ]
  • Experts estimate Calista Flockhart's wedding ring cost $125,000. [Us]
  • Vienna Girardi has gotten a job at at Biolustre setting up free hair restoration treatments for cancer patients. [Radar]
  • In a new interview, Shannon Price declares she's "not a gold digger," adding that she didn't even know Gary Coleman was famous at first. "When I met Gary, I never knew who he was, never even knew his name," she said. "I kept calling him ‘Shorty' for awhile because I forgot." [Radar]
  • Behold: Katie Holmes as pregnant Jackie Kennedy on the set of The Kennedys. [People]
  • In this preview of tonight's episode of Double Exposure, Lindsay Lohan jokes about coming out of the closet, wipes down a dirty stripper pole during a photo shoot, and pulls down her pants to show off her upper ass tattoo. Also, the photographer says there's a "danger element to her presence" and that "you never know what's gonna happen in the next 2-1/2 seconds. Is she gonna bite you?" [Us]
  • The Kardashian sisters will appear on season three premiere of 90210 as themselves. [People]
  • James Earl Jones and Vanessa Redgrave will co-star in a Broadway play based on Drivign Miss Daisy this fall. [AP]
  • Allyn Ferguson, the composer who wrote the themes to Charlie's Angels and Barney Miller died in his home last week at 85. [AP]
  • Twlight: Eclipse director David Slade says this film features more, "Caressing, kissing, making out, and dry humping... It's not in the trailer, but it's all in the film." [Radar]
  • Elijah Wood will star in an FX series based on the Australian show Wilfred. [Variety]
  • Modern Family and Glee have made syndication deals with USA and Oxygen respectively. [N.Y. Magazine]
  • Glee creator Ryan Murphy says that even though there are already tons of celebrity guest stars lined up for season two, they won't take over the show. "They're really there to support the main characters' stories," he said. "Like John Stamos is always going to be a part of Will's story. The emphasis in the second season is on our original characters even though we're adding a few smaller parts. You're gonna get more backstory on all of these kids." He's also expanding Brittany's role, due to popular demand. [ONTD]