Snoop Dogg Shooting for "Biggest Diva at Sundance" Award

Secret sources say that Snoop Dogg "insisted" on receiving a stockpile of watermelon-flavored gum as part of his rider request—requiring staffers to embark on a frantic search for the stuff. Why didn't he just bring his own?
  • Apparently, watermelon-flavored gum is about as hard to find in Park City as marijuana-flavored gum. But through the grace of God, the staffers did locate a fruit gum stand that sold the precious substance, and all was well in the blessed festival city. Snoop performed his song "Nuthin' But a G(um) Thang" for the masses at Harry O's, and made jokes about being high, and presumably blew some bubbles. But one question remains: who will out-diva the Dogg now? [NY Post]
  • Keith Olbermann was fired by MSNBC! The statement from NBC goes: "MSNBC and Keith Olbermann have ended their contract. The last broadcast of "Countdown with Keith Olbermann" will be this evening. MSNBC thanks Keith for his integral role in MSNBC's success and we wish him well in his future endeavors." It's because of the merger with Comcast, whose leaders aren't down with his style. [TMZ]
  • Lady Gaga's manager stopped by the Wall Street Journal to renew his subscription and also deliver the announcement that his boss-lady has "overachieved" with her new record, which comes out in May. Wouldn't it be great to have some guy who went around telling everyone that you "overachieve" all the time? [WSJ]
  • Bombshell McGee doesn't believe in the true love between Jesse James and Kat von D, for some reason. [TMZ]
  • Regis Philbin's quitting because he was going to get a $2 million pay cut, which would have meant he'd have been making $18 million instead of $20 million. It's a pride thing. [TMZ]
  • Breaking: The lip gloss Angelina Jolie applied during the Golden Globes was Chantecaille Brilliant Gloss in the shade called LOVE. It seems to cost around $30 online, which isn't ridiculously expensive until you compare it to what Chap Stick costs. [Celebrity Clothing Line]
  • Lindsay Lohan's pretty sure that Dawn Holland's trying to get one over on her. [TMZ]
  • Michael Lohan, who plays the role of Shitty Dad in The Sad Life of Lindsay Lohan, says he offered Dawn Holland $25,000 after she wouldn't cooperate, but Holland got "greedy" and fired her lawyer and oh, what a weird and crazy mess. [Radar]
  • Meanwhile, Dawn Holland says she's just trying "to get what's mine"—i.e., the $25,000 in Lindsaycash. This woman sounds she's got a worse case of entitlement than Lindsay! [Radar]
  • Sandra Bullock wore a winter coat because she didn't want to be cold. Sensible! [Just Jared]
  • Jon Gosselin wishes to remain a blowhard without a blow torch at this time. [Radar]
  • Jake Gyllenhaal landed at LAX and the paparazzi took pictures. Dude was coming back from Taylortown, Tennessee, where he had dinner with this one woman. [Just Jared]
  • Katy Perry likes to skip, jump rope, and eat diet-style French toast. We like to jog, jump without a rope, and eat candy bars. Whose lifestyle routine sounds more fun? The candy bars are the big ones, if that helps. [Contact Music]
  • Bob Marley's kids just successfully sued a company that was making clothes featuring their pop's image. Their lawyer told the court that they don't want to see any Bob Marley bobbleheads or Bob Marley Beanie Babies or any such things. These are very good kids. [Yahoo]
  • Tila Tequila's going to be in a movie this year, or so she says. [Jesse Neo]
  • Kim Kardashian met Michael Copon, and you can watch it. [Sawf News]
  • Camilla Belle is on the cover of Jezebel magazine, which is not the paper version of this website. [Just Jared]
  • Ne-Yo doesn't sleep anymore, because his newborn makes noise all night long. [Digital Spy]
  • Andy Samberg visited Chicago to appear at a fund-raiser for Rahm Emanuel and joined the candidate on a "Shake My Fucking Hand, I'm Your Future Mayor" campaign stop at a subways station. [NBC Chicago]
  • Harrison Ford wants to be Indiana Jones again. It's probably because of the hat! The hat looks so good. [The Star]
  • Sienna Miller isn't perfect, so stop telling everybody that she is. [Showbiz Spy]
  • Don't fight with your sibs in a limo, says Real Housewives star Kyle Richards. It's still okay to fight with other people, though. [People]
  • Listen, Robert de Niro: even though you're famous, you still have to pay overtime to your employees. [Showbiz Spy]
  • We shouldn't diss Skins because it's just showing what teens are doing these days, says Sofia Black-D'Elia. Teens are fuckin' and druggin', and we have to accept it and move on. [Popeater]
  • Reese Witherspoon loved working with the elephant in Water for Elephants. Good! But what is she wearing in that picture? It looks like a shirt made out of paper and plastic bags. [Bloginity]
  • Soon you can read John Lennon's letters. [Popeater]
  • The cover art for Rihanna's new single is blurry and not that great. [Just Jared]
  • Avril Lavigne says she was a "normal" teenager until she turned 16. Then she became "edgy," and remains so to this day. [Digital Spy]
  • A little baby boy popped out of Doutzen Kroes. It's cool—she was expecting something like that to happen. [Showbiz Spy]
  • Kelsey Grammer's daughter, Spencer Grammer, is getting married, too! They should hold a combined wedding. Spencer is only two years younger than Kelsey's bride-to-be, Kayte Walsh. [Bloginity]
  • Eric Benet, who is Halle Berry's ex-husband, is now marrying Prince's ex, Manuela Testolini. But who will marry Prince? [Popeater]
  • Britney Spears and Gucci Mane are collaborating on a track called "Hit." Gucci says Brit is "icy," but not in a nasty, mean way—she's just "brrr." Is this one of those new-fangled slang words the kids are using these days? We're old. []Showbiz Spy
  • The Mexican singer Kalimba, who's been accused of rape, will testify today. [CNN]
  • Snooki's ex says she's blaming him for her drinking problem and it's not fair, because she's been drinking since her teenage years. [Radar]
  • CBS has approved Conan O'Brien's new pilot, Vince Uncensored. It's about a guy who gets real after some sort of epiphany (he realizes that watching late-night television shows doesn't make him laugh anymore). [Yahoo]
  • Liam Gallagher has psoriasis. He also has strange, dumb fans who snort his dandruff. Oh wait, it's around breakfast time. Are you eating right now? Sorry. [The Sun]
  • "The art of making love seems like a pastime, whereas fucking has become this generation's making-out." —Wale [Honey Mag]