Christina Aguilera Lives With Boyfriend & Ex-Husband In One House

  • Until yesterday, Christina Aguilera, her ex Jordan Bratman, and her new boyfriend Matt Rutler were all living under her roof. Though it's an incredibly large roof, a source reports things were "getting really awkward."
  • Rutler moved in weeks ago, and Bratman just moved out yesterday. The source says, "Thank God Jordan is moving out. It was getting really awkward, but Christina was letting Jordan stay for the sake of Max." [TMZ]
  • Prosecutors are urging a judge to sentence Anna Nicole Smith's psychiatrist and former lawyer/boyfriend Howard K. Stern to felony probation, though they could get three years and eight months in jail. [AP]
  • You may have heard that Lindsay Lohan offered to move if Samantha Ronson doesn't want her to live in her building, but today Lindsay said she'll be staying put. [E!]
  • Sources "extremely close" to Lindsay say she feels the Palm Desert Police Department is out to get her. Lindsay's been telling friends, "They shouldn't be negatively trying to hurt me when I'm doing the right thing." [TMZ]
  • Looks like the "source" may be right — though Lindsay's probation violation would be outside the Palm Desert Police Department's jurisdiction, police sources tell TMZ they think she was drinking and doing drugs in rehab. [TMZ]
  • LeAnn Rimes' effort to make sure everyone on the planet sees her engagement ring has backfired. Now Eddie CIbrian's ex-wife Brandi Glanville is complaining that he isn't paying child support. [E!]
  • The rumors are true! Khloe Kardashian Tweeted, "Lamar and I will soon begin filming our very own show on E! called Khloe & Lamar!WOOOOHOOOOOOOO! How exciting is this?!" SO exciting. Set your DVRs! [Radar]
  • At the link, watch Jason Schwartzman buy a record collection for his newborn daughter. As N.Y. Mag says, "Were almost anyone else involved, this might be icky - but it's Schwartzman, so it's very sweet." [N.Y. Mag]
  • Camille Grammer says she won't be doing a second season of RHOBH. [Hollywood Reporter]
  • Jill Zarin plans to sell a Spanx knock off called Squeez. "I worked on a body shaper line which every young girl is going to want to wear," she says. "I made them for young girls and for older women. It's an alternative to Spanx, and I'm selling them for a lot less money." Yes, what young girl isn't looking for a cheaper way to contort her body? [People]
  • ZOMG! New royal wedding details! Kate Middleton will stay somewhere in London the night before the big day! There will be a "carriage procession" to Buckingham Palace! The Queen will hold a reception! Prince Charles will hold a dinner party! Gaaaa! [Radar]
  • Tila Tequila says of her late fiance Casey Johnson, "Nobody needs to further exploit her and how I feel about her." [Radar]
  • Kathy Griffin says she isn't doing any more seasons of My Life On The D-List after the sixth because, "Reality is great, but I really didn't set out to be a reality star. So now it's time to spread my wings and show that I'm a little different than Kate Gosselin. I'm not saying better, but maybe separate myself from the pack a little bit." She plans to do four comedy specials in 2011. [People]
  • Alec Baldwin may run for public office some day. "People would say to me all the time, 'Why would you want to do that?' And sometimes I don't want to do it because to leave what I am doing now would be extremely painful," he says. "However, I do believe that people want to believe that someone, who deeply cares about the middle class ... would like to see public office." [CNN]
  • Michelle Williams is upset about Nightline showing clips of her talking about Health Ledger. "It was a three-hour interview that was edited in such a way that was devastating to me," she said. "They used those few quotes and the way they edited the piece to sell the interview, and it appeared as if I were breaking some kind of silence and sitting down with the express purpose to discuss something that is very private to me." [Us]
  • James Franco on why he's played several characters who are gay: "There are lots of other reasons to be interested in gay characters than wanting myself to go out and have sex with guys. And there are also lots of other aspects about these characters that I'm interested in, in addition to their sexuality. So, in some ways it's coincidental, in other ways it's not. I mean, I've played a gay man who's living in the '60s and '70s, a gay man who we depicted in the ‘50s, and one being in the ‘20s. And those were all periods when to be gay, at least being gay in public, was much more difficult. Part of what I'm interested in is how these people who were living anti-normative lifestyles contended with opposition. Or, you know what, maybe I'm just gay." [EW]