Hugh Jackman Injured On Oprah's Australian Set

  • I don't know what the hell Oprah is doing down there in Australia, but Hugh Jackman has been injured.

Someone had the great idea that he should get rigged up in some elaborate thingamajig and FLY on to the stage. Hugh hit the brakes too late, slammed into something and was removed from the set bleeding from underneath his right eye. WTF. Do not harm the Jackman! We need him. Jeez. [TV Squad, Radar Online]

  • Btdubs, Oprah's trip to Australia — with 302 audience members — won't just be one episode of her show, but FOUR. [NY Post]
  • Wow, we've seen Ke$ha topless and covered in semen; now there seem to be pictures of her receiving oral sex from a bearded young man. I must say, as far as leaked sexytime pictures go, cunnilingus shots trump blowjob pix. Ugh, I guess a tiny part of me likes Ke¢ha now. The world's gone topsy-turvy. [Egotastic]
  • Jennifer Aniston might be moving to New York! We have lots of yoga here, but won't she miss her sprawling Los Angeles party pad? [Page Six]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal wants to be a dad. Hear that, Taylor Swift's uterus? [Contact Music]
  • I never heard the rumor that Mariah Carey is bisexual, but she says that rumor doesn't bother her: "If it makes somebody happy to say that, then whatever, but that's not the reality," she says. "I don't have a discriminatory policy of who I'm friends with, so yes, I'm friends with women who are gay — gay, straight, it doesn't matter to me. So I don't get upset when I hear that, because it is what it is. I guess I could lie about it to seem more exciting." She's also for gay marriage rights: "If two people want to get married, it's their prerogative — we hope. Everybody should be able to do what they want to do and be in the pursuit of happiness." [The Advocate via HuffPo]
  • Courtney Love is detoxing at the home of "British beau" Henry Allsopp, who is the godson of Camilla Parker-Bowles and will eventually be a lord. I don't know how that works but if Courtney and Henry make things legal, she could be Lady Courtney Love. And when you think about it, that's kind of perfect. No one else would be more at home in a sprawling mansion singing a song called "The Girl With The Most Cake Says Let 'Em Eat Cake." [Page Six]
  • Elizabeth Hurley — who claims to have split from husband Arun Nayar "months ago" — had two lavish wedding ceremonies in 2007, but never signed a prenup. Hmm. Also, she was spotted attending an event with Arun in November. Recently, pictures have surfaced in which Liz was kissing a cricket star… [Contact Music]
  • Two more years of Gossip Girl? Why? Put it out of its misery. And by "its" misery, I mean mine. [E!]
  • Dexter stars Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter have filed for divorce. [EW]
  • Remember when Jessica Alba said some stuff about how good actors "never use the script" and just say what they want to say? She has clarified. [Cinema Blend]
  • NBC is trying to make Jimmy Fallon happen. [Page Six]
  • Gwyneth Paltrow now has a star on the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. [Radar Online]
  • Will.I.Am has a message for us… and Akon: "I knew this man and he was very critical about every single detail. He stood in the studio himself, mastering and mixing everything. How can you release a record without that Michael Jackson? It's not Michael Jackson." [Rolling Stone]
  • Today in WTF: "Reality TV star Kim Kardashian is to present a 22-carat diamond ring to two people deemed the 'world's best couple.'" [UPI]
  • Rival Snow White movies! Charlize Theron vs. Julia Roberts! [Deadline Hollywood]
  • Owen Wilson, Gerard Butler and Val Kilmer had a boys' night out. [Gatecrasher]
  • Sources connected with the case claim that there's evidence that other doctors — besides Dr. Conrad Murray — were prescribing and preparing drugs for Michael Jackson. This may be used in the trial, to show that MJ's "doctor shopping" wore his body down. [TMZ]
  • Ja Rule's been sentenced to two years in jail. [NYDN]
  • "I live without a television and have for the last 10 years. I don't go to movies. I don't receive magazines. I try not to receive mail. I'm not aware at all of popular culture. Or unpopular culture." — The Social Network star Jesse Eisenberg, to Time. [Page Six]
  • "Someone said this film is like gay fantasia. It's a gay fantasia!" — Cher, on Burlesque. [Contact Music]