No One Wants To Smell Like Jennifer Aniston?

Apparently sales are "slow" for Jennifer Aniston's fragrance.

An insider claims Jen didn't do any promotion for the scent, "no one knew where to find it and now everyone's lost interest." A quick Internet search shows it's sold out at most of the online vendors, so things can't be that bad. Jen is probably crying on a bed made of money while sipping a margarita in Mexico this very moment. And by "crying" I mean "doing yoga." [Digital Spy, Monsters & Critics, The Bosh]

  • Selena Gomez, who has been canoodling with Justin Bieber, was spotted without her purity ring. This is the ring her father purchased for her and had blessed at a church. Oooh, girl. [NYDN]
  • Heiress and model Lydia Hearst Shaw will star in the flick Dogs In Pocketbooks, playing a bratty movie star who's been in and out of rehab, in trouble with the law and hounded by paparazzi. Based on Lindsay Lohan, allegedly. Joan Collins will play an agent and the script is, according to Alexis Colby, "a hoot." [Page Six]
  • Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are hanging out in Namibia for the holidays. Does this mean the Hindu wedding in India is off? [Digital Spy]
  • Prince William spent Christmas in Wales, working with his helicopter flight team, and Kate Middleton spent Christmas in England with her family. Miles apart! But united on dishes and coins. [Radar Online]
  • John Legend's apartment is a lot like John Legend himself: Sharp, modern, sexy, clean and a little too slick. [New York Magazine]
  • As you may recall, a lady in a bubble bath at Diddy's album release party had her hair burned by some candles. Diddy is doing the right thing and paying for her to get her hair fixed. [TMZ]
  • Actor Richard Chamberlain thinks celebs should stay in the closet: "It's just silly for a working actor to say, 'Oh, I don't care if anybody knows I'm gay' — especially if you're a leading man. Personally, I wouldn't advise a gay leading man-type actor to come out." [NY Post]
  • A pouf-less Snooki had a New York City lunch meeting to which she wore a black suit and drank only Diet Coke. Serious bizness! [Gatecrasher]
  • Prince going to the ballet makes perfect sense, somehow. [Page Six]
  • Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz are so on. Strolling hand in hand and not even trying to hide it. Hooking up with James Bond is a dream come true, except in the movies it generally means you're about to die a curious death. Still… I mean… [NYDN, Pop Sugar, Us Magazine]
  • Re: the Charlie Sheen death rumor. Fret not: He is alive. Proceed as usual. [NYDN]
  • Have you seen Nicki Minaj's Christmas ensemble? There's nothing specifically holiday-oriented about it, though it might make you say "Jesus." [NYDN]
  • Faye Dunaway fell outside of her gym in L.A. and suffered a broken wrist and a head laceration. Be well! [TMZ]
  • At the link: Video of Glee charmer Darren Criss playing keyboards and singing a gorgeous rendition of "Somewhere Over The Rainbow" and being a stone cold fox. [Just Jared]
  • Lil Wayne is a true romantic. [Page Six via Vulture]
  • Ryan Seacrest and Julianne Hough are in love. [Page Six]
  • Jason Mraz is engaged to a an attractive man. No, wait. He's not. [Wonder Wall]
  • A stuntman is in a coma after a car crash stunt for The Hangover 2 went wrong. [Wonder Wall]
  • Naya "Octomom" Suleman got evicted for Christmas. [Radar Online]
  • "[This time of year] is really all family and food… I love to eat... Not every day is a holiday, you know?" — Rachel McAdams. [Daily Express]
  • "This is a horrible thing to be bullied, and to feel like an outcast is a terrible thing," he said. "It's just so an old thing, an old antiquated way of thinking that you can't have anymore. It doesn't belong in the new paradigm. Every time you look at somebody and think, ‘I don't like that about that person,' you just got to know that's about you. Anybody who bullies anybody for any reason is no friend of mine. Frankly, I can't imagine hitting a human being for any reason except self-preservation, if I was attacked. Your sensibilities are different when you're a school kid and there's gang mentality, but it ain't cool. Some of the most valuable people in my life are gay. People that bring magical, amazing gifts and contributions to my life. I would say to kids out there when they're engaging in these kinds of isolations of people, someday you're going to want those people in your life. You're going to need those people in your life, and you're not going to want that on your conscience." — Jim Carrey. [Showbiz Spy]